Brotherhood defies Interior Ministry, threatens to place Prophet stickers in all squares

The Muslim Brotherhood on Wednesday called on its youth nationwide to place stickers bearing the phrase “Pray for the Prophet” in defiance of the Interior Ministry’s order banning religious stickers on cars and in the streets.

The group said in a statement that it does not fear any power hostile to Islam.
Dozens of Brotherhood youths already started placing the stickers in Minya and Port, calling on residents to adhere to their religion and resist its enemies.
“The sticker will be seen everywhere, especially in Ramadan,” said Ahmed Abdel Rahman from the youths.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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