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Muslim Brotherhood announces its participation in Persistence Friday protests

The Muslim Brotherhood has announced that they will participate in Persistence Friday on 8 July

Ahram Online, Wednesday 6 Jul 2011
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After refusing to participate in Persistence Friday, objecting to the proposed demands put forth, mainly drafting a constitution before the elections, and the recent increase of what they considered "thuggery" in demonstrations, the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) has changed its position.

The MB wrote on their official website Ikhwan Online that their decision came after other participants gave up the “constitution first” as a demand.

In addition, the MB said their decision was also motivated by the way the martyrs’ families have been treated unjustly and the slow pace by which the former regime and corrupt officials are being tried. 

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