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In this Thursday, June 16, 2015 photo, Abdelrahman, a former member of the Muslim Brotherhood, poses for a portrait at his friend's apartment in Cairo, Egypt. He is also a co-founder of "Ultras Rabaawi," a group formed by young members of the Brotherhood to organize anti-army protests. Abdelrahman denounced his affiliation with the Brotherhood and has adopted a more violent path supporting the Islamic State group in response to what he sees as the brutality of the state in Egypt. "Now we know there is only one right way, jihad," he said. (AP Photo/Belal Darder)

In this Thursday, June 16, 2015 photo, Abdelrahman, a former member of the Muslim Brotherhood, poses for a portrait at his friend's apartment in Cairo, Egypt. He is also a co-founder of "Ultras Rabaawi," a group formed by young members of the Brotherhood to organize anti-army protests. Abdelrahman denounced his affiliation with the Brotherhood and has adopted a more violent path supporting the Islamic State group in response to what he sees as the brutality of the state in Egypt. "Now we know there is only one right way, jihad," he said. (AP Photo/Belal Darder)

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