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    Posted June 23, 2012 by
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    The next Egyptian President.


    This is a picture of Morsi, MB candidate kiss the Supreme Guide’s head for Muslims Brotherhood.


    Who would be the president if Morsi win the election? Iran has a SUPREME LEADER At the top, Muslims Brotherhood has SUPREME GUIDE. Iran has twelve members of the Council of Guardians, Muslims Brotherhood has shura council.


    Do you see similarity between Egypt and Iran after the revolution if Morsi win the election?


    In Iran the president has nominal rule over the Supreme National Security Council and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security, in practice the Supreme Leader dictates all matters of foreign and domestic security. Now can you guess who will lead Egypt if Morsi win?

    Update on June 24, 2012

    Iran was the first country to congratulate Morsi for his win and the Iranian Foreign Ministry stated “the victory of the Islamic candidate Mohamed Morsy is the final stages of the "revival of Islam” in Egypt and Middle East.

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