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Egypt security slaps travel ban on Morsi, top Islamists: AFP
AFP , Wednesday 3 Jul 2013
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Egyptian security forces on Wednesday imposed a travel ban on President Mohamed Morsi and several top Islamist allies over their involvement in a prison escape in 2011, security officials said.

Airport officials confirmed to AFP that they had received orders to prevent the leaders -- including Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohammed Badie and his deputy Khairat al-Shater -- from travelling abroad.



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abdulrahman
03-07-2013 07:20pm
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The conspiracy against Islamists and Morsi is started immediately after Morsi won the election.It is funded by Mubarak's wealth although he was behind bar.They are using any flimsy excuse to act on Muslim brotherhood leadership by introducing travel ban on them. Congratulations Egyptians !! you throw away democracy into the drain and now your military has begun their crackdown exercise on freedom and liberty. Any new transitional government is going to face stiff resistance. Egypt will fail. Thank to the El Baradei and the Military.
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Elvis Parsley
04-07-2013 12:31am
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Egypt may find its way, will make peace with Israel and join rest of the world.

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