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Egypt's Nour Party slams Muslim Brotherhood's 'defamation campaign'

Salafist Party spokesperson says Muslim Brotherhood has been spreading lies even before 30 June as part of 'defamation campaign' targeting it

Ahram Online , Friday 8 Nov 2013
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Al-Nour party's spokesman Sherif Taha
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Official Nour Party spokesperson Sherif Taha slammed the Muslim Brotherhood for defaming the Salafist group and "the icons" of the party’s mother movement – Salafist Calling.

In a statement published on the official Nour Party website on Friday, Taha condemned how the Muslim Brotherhood was defaming the Salafist Calling and its political arm, Nour Party. He accused the Brotherhood of spreading lies as a part of a campaign "that goes back even before June 30," according to the party’s spokesperson.

“It is better if the Muslim Brotherhood starts to look for the reason that led to their miserable failures and learn from their mistakes, instead of blaming others for their own failures and living the role of the victim,” said Taha in his statement.

The official spokesperson of the Salafist party said that the Brotherhood-led "defamation campaign" against his party was lacking honesty as well as “clean political competitiveness.”

Earlier this week a group of Muslim Brotherhood supporters protested against Sheikh Yasser El-Borhami, one of the co-founders and prominent figures of the Salafist Calling, during a religious lecture in Alexandria. 

The Nour Party has come under strong attack from some Islamists for supporting the 3 July road map which included the ouster of Mohamed Morsi, amending the 2012 constitution and holding new elections.  

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Masry
09-11-2013 05:37pm
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The brotherhood a cancer on Islam and Egypt
The brotherhood is responsible for the position they are in. They had a golden opportunity to prove the world wrong. They failed and failed miserably. The brotherhood is NOT Islam they are a power hungry group that uses our great religion as a weapon against the ignorant. Egyptian people are good god fearing people wether Muslim or Christian. We don't need a hypocritical group to tell us what are deen is. Our deen is in our heart. The brotherhood committed suicide when it resorted to violence against the Egyptian people after Egypt rejected the brotherhood rule on June 30th. Thy choose violence and lies over admission of guilt and remaking themselves. The brotherhood is a cancer please don't mistake these power hungry terrorists for Muslims . This isn't Islam this isn't any religion.
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Amal
09-11-2013 07:33pm
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Don't argue stupidly
government can only be unseated by the people not by massacring its supporters and arresting them en mass. Or by banning the ruling part with a strike of a pe Try to be logical and a little civilized. We don't live in a jungle.
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Hasan Amer
09-11-2013 11:02am
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Salfists should repent for their crime of siding with murderous junta against Muslims
The Salafists are too gullible and too unsophisticated to pose a challenge the Nazi-like junta.
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Sobia
09-11-2013 08:58am
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what a joke
U people defamed not only the salafi school of thought but whole islamist current.No one needs to launch a compaign against u as your own crimes r enough to expose u.It s really funny that U r keep quiet on the mocks,slander and insult by your secular,copt n coup allies but u feel pain critics from your opponanet/ islamists
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sabira
09-11-2013 08:17am
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Nour party
Nour party should be protest loudly to the coup, as Islamist party they should not let any killing and innocent in jail if they base their mind with Koran and Sunnah.
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Jasmin
09-11-2013 03:20am
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Puppet
Salafi Nur party is totally dependent on Saudi Arabia Wahhabis. Little part of this party, especially ordinary members has a sincere belief in Muslim Brotherhood's some mistakes, but most of its leaders are corrupt and sold off, waiting foreign instruction. They promote violence, not enjoying democratic mindset..
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Allen
08-11-2013 11:27pm
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This is funny
Go ahead boys, expose each other to your hearts content. The bad news is, we already know what you all are. That is why most of your leadership including the puppet Morsi is behind prison doors.
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Anwar Fahmi
08-11-2013 08:29pm
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alliance with criminals and murderers
I think that by siding with the murderous junta, the Salafits have committed a moral genocide. It is disgraceful for a so-called Islamist party to join a government that allows political parties to be based on Communism and atheism but not on Islam.
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George Sabri, Beirut
09-11-2013 01:13pm
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Speak for Christianity, no for Islam
Billy: the type of government is ought to be decided by the people, not you. If your religion is devoide of laws governing the people, you shouldn't think Islam is the same thing. Islam contains all laws necessry to conduct all aspects of life.
Billy Budd
09-11-2013 07:10am
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Outsider
Fahami's comment shows the danger that extremeists present. No governement should be based on any religion. Period!
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09-11-2013 06:52am
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Defamation of Egypt from Fahmi
If you know anything about Islam then you should know that OPPRESSION IS WORSE THAN MURDER. Rabaa and its citizens was held hostage. the brotherhood is trying to divide Egypt which is unacceptable. THERE WILL BE NO DIVIDE AND CONQUERING OF EGYPY
Egypt's very own
09-11-2013 06:45am
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why do you defame EGYPT
The brothehood makes Muslims look bad. Its the islamist using RPGs on satellites in Cairo not the military. Murder is what the brotherhood did in Giza when they killed everyone in the police station?
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