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The author analyzes the state of the Muslim Brotherhood party, mentioning the state's role as well as the role of the party.
The author stresses that the state should negotiate with the Muslim Brotherhood party and it shouldn't treat it from a secure side only. At the same time, the Muslim Brotherhood party should present an explicit program because this prevents transferring the civil state to a religious one. The author confirms that the problem of Muslim Brotherhood is their refusal to separate politics from religion.