Feb 6, 2011

Tide turns in favour ofEgypt's Brotherhood in revolt

By Samia Nakhoul CAIRO (Reuters) - The first
time Essam el-Erian, went to
jail, he was 27. Last Sunday,
he left prison for the eighth
time at the age of 57. The medical doctor's crime
for each incarceration was
belonging to the Muslim
Brotherhood, Egypt's most
influential and best-
organised Islamist opposition movement and
long feared by President
Hosni Mubarak, Israel and
the United States.

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