February 6, 2011

Muslim Brotherhood Doesn't Want Democracy

John McCain, Der Spiegel

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Republican senator and former presidential candidate John McCain, 74, discusses the United States' Middle East policies and his fears of a role for the Muslim Brotherhood in the country's transition to democracy.

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