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Muslim Brotherhood exiles’ exit from Qatar could ease regional quarrel

At least seven officials and clerics associated with Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood are leaving Qatar, members of the group said Saturday, in a move that could mark an easing of a bitter regional quarrel over the Persian Gulf monarchy’s sheltering of fugitive figures from the Islamist movement. For more than a year since the Egyptian military […] The post Muslim Brotherhood exiles’ exit from Qatar could ease regional quarrel appeared first on Ya Libnan.
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