Islamist Faces Member Of The Old Guard In Egypt Election

Islamist Faces Member Of The Old Guard In Egypt Election

Cairo : Egypt | Jun 16, 2012 at 5:38 AM PDT
Source: National Public Radio
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Greg Myre After some unexpected political drama this week, Egyptians are choosing a president Saturday, and the choice reflects the deep divisions in the country that has been unsettled since its revolution last year. On the one side is Mohammed Morsi, candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamic... FULL ARTICLE AT National Public Radio
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