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‘‘When are we going to stop accusing each other, mixing religion and politics? I do not wish to add fuel into the fire, but I came across speeches of Nasser, where he was accusing the MB of trying to overthrow the government by trying to assassinate him 3 times. In defense of the nation,.......’’
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