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Supporters of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Mursi wave their national flag during celebrations in Cairo's Tahrir square on June 18, 2012 after Islamists claimed victory in Egypt's first free presidential vote since its uprising. Army-backed rival Ahmed Shafiq, who served as prime minister to deposed dictator Hosni Mubarak,  disputed the announcement. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK BAZ        (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/GettyImages)
Supporters of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Mursi wave their national flag during celebrations in Cairo's Tahrir square on June 18, 2012 after Islamists claimed victory in Egypt's first free presidential vote since its uprising. Army-backed rival Ahmed Shafiq, who served as prime minister to deposed dictator Hosni Mubarak,  disputed the announcement. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK BAZ        (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/GettyImages)

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A Muslim Brotherhood politician says fear of Sharia law is not justified and calls for communication with the U.S.