Presidential bid of former Mubarak man divides Egypt’s revolution

10.04.2012                      18.Nissan. 5772                      Chol Hamo'ed2; Tag 3 des Omer

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Presidential bid of former Mubarak man divides Egypt's revolution

Islamists call Omar Suleiman's candidacy 'absurd' and an 'insult', while leaders of the country's revolutionary movement see a possible secular hope amid a religious field.

Omar Suleiman, who was former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's head of intelligence, and who announced his presidential bid on Sunday, said Monday that the Muslim Brotherhood threatened to kill him if he went through with his candidacy.
In an interview with Egyptian newspaper Al-Akhbar, former President Hosni Mubarak's one-time vice president said that he had recieved dozens of text messages, some of which included death threats….