Topic - Abdel-Fatah El-Sissi

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  • "We have given many chances ... to end the crisis peacefully and call for the followers of the former regime to participate in rebuilding the democratic track and integrate in the political process and the future map instead of confrontations and destroying the Egyptian state," he told a gathering of top military commanders and police chiefs.

    Egypt army chief: New clashes won't be tolerated →

  • El-Sissi also said Islamists must be included in the country's politics moving forward.

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