Egyptian court recommends dissolving Muslim Brotherhood


The very existence of the Muslim Brotherhood, threatens Egypt, not only at the present time but on into the future.  It appears that the Egyptian government has reached the same conclusion.  This is the first required step to that end.  Although this vote is not binding, it makes it possible for the top court to hear arguments and banish the Muslim Brotherhood.

In Egypt, a judicial official has announced that a panel of judges have recommended the dissolution of the Muslim Brotherhood.  The decision is nonbinding, but brings the Muslim Brotherhood one step closer to being eliminated.  Their  legitimacy was questioned even before the ousting of Mohamed Morsi as president.  The Muslim Brotherhood was founded in 1928 and spent most of that time being banned in Egypt.  They were able to survive by creating and operating widespread social networks.

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