Egypt

After Fierce Crackdown, Egypt’s Brotherhood Retains Sway

The Wall Street Journal Though much weakened after its year in power in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood still represents a major thrust of public opinion in the Arab world’s largest country, and in the wider Middle East.

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