Muslim Brotherhood says its HQ in Cairo torched

By REUTERS
December 6, 2012 23:26

CAIRO - The Muslim Brotherhood's main office in Cairo was set ablaze on Thursday, the group's political party said, and another office used by the party was torched in a suburb south of the city, the state news agency reported.

The Freedom and Justice Party said on its Facebook page that the headquarters in the Mukattam district had been attacked in "a terrorist aggression" by thugs.

The state news agency said the office used by the FJP was set ablaze in the Cairo suburb of Maadi. Another office was broken into near the city center, it said.


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