Mohammad Fadel

University of Toronto

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Associate Professor and the Canada Research Chair for the Law and Economics of Islamic Law at the University of Toronto

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The Muslim Brotherhood and ultra-conservative Salafists won 60 percent of the vote in Egypt's recent elections.

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The Muslim Brotherhood and ultra-conservative Salafists won 60 percent of the vote in Egypt's recent elections.

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In Egypt's recent elections, the Muslim Brotherhood won 37 percent of the vote and the ultra-conservative Salafists got 24 percent.

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In Egypt's recent elections, the Muslim Brotherhood won 37 percent of the vote and the ultra-conservative Salafists got 24 percent.

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