FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012 file photo, Muslim Brotherhood nominated deputy leader Khayrat el-Shater speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in Cairo, Egypt. Trying to unite ... more 
FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012 file photo, Muslim Brotherhood nominated deputy leader Khayrat el-Shater speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in Cairo, Egypt. Trying to unite divided Islamists behind him, the presidential hopeful of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has promised to give religious clerics power to review legislation to ensure it is in line with Islamic law, a group of ultraconservative Muslim clerics said Wednesday. Brotherhood candidate Khairat el-Shater is trying to avert a split in the votes of religious conservatives in next month's presidential election. The Brotherhood is Egypt's strongest fundamentalist group, but several other Islamists are running in the vote _ particularly Hazem Abu Ismail, who has strong support among Salafis, the most hard-line religious movement in Egypt. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty, File) less 
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