In this Monday, June 24, 2013 photo, Nabhan Rantisi, 58, fixes an electronic device at his workshop at Al-Aqsa college in Gaza City. On the day of his induction, Baraa Rantisi, Nabhan's nephew, was ... more 
In this Monday, June 24, 2013 photo, Nabhan Rantisi, 58, fixes an electronic device at his workshop 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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