By Aidan Clay, Regional Manager for the Middle East
Washington, D.C. July 13 (International Christian Concern) - In defiance of Egypt's top generals and highest court, Muslim Brotherhood presidential-elect Mohammed Morsi reopened parliament on Tuesday. In only his third week in office, Morsi's rapid-fire pursuit to broaden the Brotherhood's power openly challenges the country's ruling military council. Egypt's Coptic Christian minority fears that the restoration of parliament, which will grant greater powers to Islamists, will be used to institute Sharia law and stifle religious freedoms.
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