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    Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    What’s your thoughts on this? Myself I believe I would bring them to the table just to get a handle on their ideas. kinda get an idea if they are a true enemy or whatever.



    <Egypt's most influential opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, says it will enter talks with officials on ending the country's political crisis.

    The group told Reuters the talks would begin on Sunday and would assess how far the government was "ready to accept the demands of the people".

    The negotiations would be the first ever to be held between the government and the officially banned Brotherhood.

    President Hosni Mubarak has rejected protesters' demands that he quit now. >

    <Mr Mubarak has blamed it for the unrest and said that if he leaves, the group will exploit the ensuing political chaos. >


    BBC News - Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood &#039;to join talks&#039;
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    Re: Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    I don't think you can say they can't show up. I think though the groups involved would have to be pretty defensive and not show all the cards. Just listen and not show any emotion one way or another.

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    Re: Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    President Jug ears called for this. He gave them the green light, our American blessing.

    It took three years for Iran to go radical. How long for Egypt?

    MB assassinated Sadat.

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    Re: Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    Quote Originally Posted by soccerboy22 View Post
    I don't think you can say they can't show up. I think though the groups involved would have to be pretty defensive and not show all the cards. Just listen and not show any emotion one way or another.
    I have read that they are officially banned on holding any political office, yet they have somehow managed to get themselves elected to around 20% their parliament offices or whatever they call it their.
    The haggardness of poverty is everywhere seen contrasted with the sleekness of wealth, the exhorted labor of some compensating for the idleness of others, wretched hovels by the side of stately colonnades, the rags of indigence blended with the ensigns of opulence; in a word, the most useless profusion in the midst of the most urgent wants.Jean-Baptiste Say

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    Re: Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Gein View Post
    President Jug ears called for this. He gave them the green light, our American blessing.

    It took three years for Iran to go radical. How long for Egypt?

    MB assassinated Sadat.

    Care to explain how "President Jug ears "called for this?
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    Re: Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    Does anyone remember the name Ayman al Zawahiri? He's no. 2 in Al Qaeda. He is Egyptian and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Americans have such short memories.

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    Re: Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    Quote Originally Posted by donc View Post
    I have read that they are officially banned on holding any political office, yet they have somehow managed to get themselves elected to around 20% their parliament offices or whatever they call it their.
    Interesting, so do they just not fill those seats or what. Either way, I think that is just even more important to have them there simply to listen and like I said not show anything to them.

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    Re: Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    Quote Originally Posted by donc View Post
    ..."President Jug ears "...
    If that's what you want us to call him then so be it.

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    Re: Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Di Salvo View Post
    If that's what you want us to call him then so be it.
    Or you know, that is what Ed called him first...

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    Re: Egypt protests: Muslim Brotherhood 'to join talks

    Quote Originally Posted by donc View Post
    Care to explain how "President Jug ears "called for this?
    Read this and make your own judgement- Obama green-lighting Muslim Brotherhood participation in Egyptian government « Hot Air

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