Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissiopened 2015 with a dramatic call for a revolution in Islam. His professed goal is to purge the religion of extremist ideas of intolerance and violence that fuel groups like al-Qaida and the Islamic State - and lie behind Tuesdays attack in Paris on a French satirical newspaper that killed 12 people.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissiopened 2015 with a dramatic call for a revolution in Islam. His professed goal is to purge the religion of extremist ideas of intolerance and violence that fuel groups like al-Qaida and the Islamic State - and lie behind Tuesdays attack in Paris on a French satirical newspaper that killed 12 people. Uncredited AP
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissiopened 2015 with a dramatic call for a revolution in Islam. His professed goal is to purge the religion of extremist ideas of intolerance and violence that fuel groups like al-Qaida and the Islamic State - and lie behind Tuesdays attack in Paris on a French satirical newspaper that killed 12 people. Uncredited AP

Egypt’s leader challenges the Muslim world’s extremists

January 14, 2015 06:34 PM

UPDATED January 14, 2015 06:58 PM

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