New Egypt uprising 'inevitable,' say Muslim Brothers

Hounded by Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi after briefly rising to power following the Arab Spring uprising, the Muslim Brotherhood sees a new revolution sweeping aside the current regime. “No injustice can last forever,” Talaat Fahmy, the Islamic movement’s official spokesman, told AFP in Istanbul. “People’s patience and ability to tolerate what is happening is not eternal. A street uprising is inevitable, although I cannot predict a precise date.” Killed, imprisoned and chased into exile by Sisi, the Muslim Brotherhood enjoyed a fleeting hold on power after people power in Egypt toppl…

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