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A network of community ties and charitable work could give the Islamist group a boost at the polls in Egypt.
April 6, 2011Taha Haroum, 37, who runs a stationary supply shop, said the Muslim Brotherhood is deeply involved in the everyday life of his village of Awseem, outside Cairo, because of its social services. “They have the ability to knock on every door," he says. “They are the strongest political power in Egypt.”Fredrick Kunkle/The Washington Post