In Egypt, It's Islamist vs. Islamist

In Egypt, It's Islamist vs. Islamist

When a coalition of brand-new, ultraconservative Islamist parties won a quarter of the vote in the first round of parliamentary elections in Egypt, liberals were dismayed, and even the Muslim Brotherhood—the country's well-known and long-established Islamist group—was disconcerted.

But in the village of Ghit al-Nasara, in the northeastern Nile Delta, no one was surprised.

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