CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's ruling
military council has amended election rules to ban the use of religious
slogans, a move the Muslim Brotherhood said on Sunday may prompt it to
reconsider using its traditional campaign phrase "Islam is the
The Brotherhood was banned under the ousted President Hosni
Mubarak but ran candidates as "independents", who could be identified on
posters by the Islamist group's well-known slogan.
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