(AP) — Egypt's top reformist leader said Sunday the liberal youth
behind the country's uprising have been "decimated" in parliamentary
elections dominated by Islamists and expressed concern about the rise of
hard-line religious elements advocating extremist ideas such as banning
women from driving.
ElBaradei, a Nobel Prize laureate and possible presidential candidate,
said he hopes moderate Islamists will rein in the extremists and send a
reassuring message to the world that Egypt will not go down an
ultraconservative religious path.
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