In this Monday, June 24, 2013 photo, Nabhan Rantisi, 58, and his 15-year-old daughter Roaa get on an elevator at Al-Aqsa college in Gaza City. On the day of his induction, Baraa Rantisi, Nabhan's ... more 
In this Monday, June 24, 2013 photo, Nabhan Rantisi, 58, and his 15-year-old daughter Roaa get on an elevator at Al-Aqsa college in Gaza City. On the day of his induction, Baraa Rantisi, Nabhan's nephew, was told to wait near a mosque. A white car drove up. Secret passwords were exchanged. And then he was sworn into the Muslim Brotherhood, an exclusive movement that sees itself on a divine mission to establish Islamic rule. AP reporters got rare access to the Rantisi family, the closest thing to a royal clan in the Brotherhood in Gaza, at a time when the movement is under siege throughout the region. (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Hatem Moussa
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