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Egypt’s Al-Azhar campus torched in protests

State TV blamed protesters for the fire at al-Azhar University’s business faculty, where exams had to be postponed in the agriculture faculty.The Brotherhood said police…

State TV blamed protesters for the fire at al-Azhar University’s business faculty, where exams had to be postponed in the agriculture faculty.
The Brotherhood said police were “fabricating” the charges.
The crackdown on the group began when President Mohammed Morsi, who belongs to it, was deposed by the army in July.
The campus fires had been brought under control by Saturday afternoon, and some 60 people had been arrested, reports said.
The Brotherhood, which had been banned since September from all activity, was declared a terrorist group on Wednesday following a suicide bombing of a police headquarters in the Nile Delta.
The government said the Brotherhood was behind the attack – a charge it strongly denied.
It is the latest measure taken against the group, which is being targeted by the military-backed interim government. Thousands of Brotherhood members, including its leadership, have been arrested and many put on trial. Egypt’s oldest and largest Islamist organization was founded by Hassan al-Banna in 1928, he has influenced Islamist movements worldwide, it mixes political activism with charity work, rejects use of violence and supports democratic principles, wants to create a state governed by Islamic law, its slogan is “Islam is the solution”.

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