Why Egypt's Outlawed Muslim Brotherhood Still Thrives
Dr. Hoda Ghania, 42, speaking into a microphone, holds a campaign rally in a relative's home in Cairo. A dermatologist, Ghania is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, but because of the ban, she must run as an independent. Her platform includes education reform, higher teacher salaries, better health care and literacy programs. She wants maternity leave for working mothers and stresses that Christians and Muslims should work together to fix the country.
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