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Topic - Ahmed Aref
The spiritual leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammed Badie, has been arrested at an apartment in the Nasr City district of Cairo after a tipoff, Egyptian police and state TV reported Tuesday.
"Mohammed Badie is one member of the Muslim Brotherhood," Mr. Aref said in a posting on the group's website.
Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Ahmed Aref warned in a statement that the struggle against the military would continue despite the elder Mr. Badie's arrest.