FILE - In this Wednesday, June 19, 2013 file photo, graffiti depicting an Islamist damaging monuments, with Arabic at right that reads, "liars in the name of religion, 1997, Gamaa Islamiya,"on a wall ... more 
FILE - In this Wednesday, June 19, 2013 file photo, graffiti depicting an Islamist damaging monuments, with Arabic at right that reads, "liars in the name of religion, 1997, Gamaa Islamiya,"on a wall in Luxor, Egypt, after Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi appointed 17 new governors, including seven members of the Muslim Brotherhood and one from an ex-militant group to rule the ancient city of Luxor. During his year as president, Morsi cultivated ties with Islamic radicals, making them a key support for his rule by pardoning dozens of jailed militants, restraining the military from an all-out offensive on jihadis in Sinai and giving their hard-line sheiks a platform to spread their rhetoric. Now with Morsi ousted and imprisoned, investigators are looking into possibly putting him on trial for links to jihadis, accusing him and his Muslim Brotherhood of being behind a wave of violence by Sinai-based militants in retaliation for the July 3 military coup that removed the Islamists from power, military and security officials say. (AP Photo/Ibrahim Zayed, File) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Ibrahim Zayed, File
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