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Muslim Brotherhood claims lead in Egypt presidential vote
CBC News ^ | 5/24/12 | Staff

Posted on 05/24/2012 5:29:26 PM PDT by Nachum

The Muslim Brotherhood is claiming a lead in Egypt's historic presidential elections after polls closed on Thursday and vote counting began. A Brotherhood spokesperson said exit polls conducted by the party's campaign workers all over Egypt suggested Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi is out front of the rest of the pack. (Snip) CBC's Derek Stoffel visited four polling stations in the capital Cairo, but said most appeared deserted. The Associated Press said there were lineups in a few areas during the morning and the government had given people the day off work to encourage a good turnout.

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TOPICS: News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: 0bamasfault; brotherhood; egypt; muslim; obamasfault; presidential

1 posted on 05/24/2012 5:29:36 PM PDT by Nachum
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So when the muslims destroy the sphinx, will the liberals be outraged, or tolerant of other equal cultures


2 posted on 05/24/2012 5:57:50 PM PDT by dsrtsage (One half of all people have below average IQ. In the US the number is 54%)
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To: dsrtsage

That is not a part of the original script. Obama doesn’t care about that and other things.....but, he did start the caliphate.


3 posted on 05/24/2012 6:07:07 PM PDT by himno hero (UQ)
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