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Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood compares army rule to that of Hitler

The Muslim Brotherhood has slammed the Egyptian army for the ouster of former president, Mohamed Morsi, comparing the country's military rule to that of Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany.

Muslim Brotherhood leaders to stand trial

Three leaders of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood are to go on trial on charges of ‘inciting violence’ after the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi on July 3.

Morsi supporters plan more protests

Supporters of Egypt’s ousted President Mohamed Morsi have once again planned protests amid a violent clampdown on demonstrators.

Egypt mulls ban of Muslim Brotherhood as it calls week of protests

The Muslim Brotherhood may be banned in Egypt, the country’s interim prime minister’s spokesman said. The threat comes after the Islamist movement called for a week of protest against a military crackdown that left over 800 dead.

Muslim Brotherhood demands the U.S and NATO to invade Egypt and destroy its army

The weirdest statement yet announced by a person belonging to any country in the world, a Muslim Brotherhood leader called Mohammed El-Beltagy, asked the United States, the European Union and NATO to send their armies to Egypt to fight against the Egyptian army and destroy it, under the pretext that the army wants to destroy the Muslim Brotherhood and scatter them.

America’s Plan B in Egypt: Bring Back the Old Regime

Morsi’s fall sends a negative message to all of America’s allies. Everyone in the Arab World, corrupt and just alike, is more aware than ever that an alliance with Washington or Tel Aviv will not protect them.

16 dead, scores injured as millions take to Egypt streets, demand Morsi resignation

Millions spilled out on to the streets of Egypt to demand the resignation of President Mohamed Morsi on the first anniversary of his inauguration, with sporadic outbreaks of violence leaving over a dozen dead and hundreds injured.

K-News - January 2013: By Imran Nazar Hosein for KN-OW.com

We are sure you'll agree that 2012 was such a crazy year in the world. From the Israeli attacks on Palestine, to the Saudi expansion plans, to yet more unrest in the Middle East. What impact will they have on the world going into 2013? What action must we take to ensure we can continue to decipher truth from falsehood?

KN-OW.COM | Imran Nazar Hosein; K-News January 2013

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