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    Posted April 16, 2012 by
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    Turbulence, violence in the Middle East

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    Islamic groups resort to violence in Egypt

    Sheikh Nabil, Naim former leader of the Islamic Jihad, said on national TV “Violence will return to Egypt if General Omar Suleiman become president”. He emphasized that the protests would continue of all Islamic factions against the presidential candidacy of Suleiman, but he predicted that some Islamic groups resort to violence in the case of Suleiman won the presidency. Naim said in an interview on television channel "Echo of the country" on Sunday night: "Yes, the violence will return, and Suleiman would be a target for assassination, he is not better than the late President Anwar Sadat."

    Two days ago, El Shater who is the second man in Muslims Brotherhood, announced that armed struggle will return if he was taken out of the presidency race.

    The question is what kind of democracy does Egypt have after the Arab Spring.

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