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A student, who is a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted President Mohamed Mursi, shouts slogans in protest against the military and interior ministry in front of the faculty of Oral & Dental Medicine in Cairo University at Kasr El Aini street in downtown Cairo, April 9.
A student, who is a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted President Mohamed Mursi, shouts slogans in protest against the military and interior ministry in front of the faculty of Oral & Dental Medicine in Cairo University at Kasr El Aini street in downtown Cairo, April 9.
(AMR ABDALLAH DALSH/REUTERS)

H.A. Hellyer

British government must proceed with caution in reviewing Muslim Brotherhood

Recently, the British government announced a review into the Muslim Brotherhood, amidst accusations the group is a terrorist organization. The review raises a number of questions – what will the review find? What are the implications of carrying it out at all? What are the ramifications, both nationally within the UK, and further afield in Europe and the Arab world?