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Muslim Brotherhood Dismisses Fears of  Shiite Expansion in Egypt
Muslim Brotherhood Dismisses Fears of Shiite Expansion in Egypt
Brotherhood leader Wahdan assures that Sunni-Muslim Egypt will not be invaded by visiting Shiites, reminding that Jewish and Buddhist tourists also visit and no harm is done.
Tuesday, April 9,2013 14:32

Dr. Mohamed Taha Wahdan, member of the Muslim Brotherhood Guidance Bureau and the group’s Education Department official, reaffirmed that the Egyptian people and their government will not allow a Shiite expansion in Egypt under any circumstances.

In a speech, at a forum in Sharqiya province, on current events, Wahdan added: "Egypt is regularly visited by Jews, Buddhists and even atheists. Is it conceivable that tourists in Egypt for a couple of days will spread their doctrine?

"Al-Azhar was established to spread the Shia doctrine; but it has become a beacon and bastion of Sunni Islam, and will always remain so, God willing."

tags: Muslim Brotherhood / Egypt / Azhar / Wahdan / Egyptian People
Posted in EGYPT , MB News  
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