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By Steve King
Topic - Dina Zakaria
"No one can argue against freedom of expression, but the Western understanding of it is different from ours," she said. "Will this freedom allow for contempt of religion? For us, it is different. For us, it is a red line as Muslims and Christians as well."
"Maybe most people in Egypt don't want a kind of good relations with Israel," said Dina Zakaria, a representative of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Muslim Brotherhood's political arm formerly headed by Mr. Morsi. "But let me tell you also that they don't want war. The official situation is that we are really respecting the international treaty, and people accept that."