Middle East

June 25, 2012

Some Egyptians remain troubled by Morsi’s history with Brotherhood

As Egypt’s freshly elected president, Mohammed Morsi, arrived Monday at the presidential palace that for 31 years was occupied by Hosni Mubarak and cordoned off by his guards, some Egyptians were openly worried about how closely the new head of state would adhere to the Islamist views espoused by his movement, the Muslim Brotherhood.

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