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Elham Shahin slams Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood as terrorists.

Renowned Egyptian actress Elham Shahin has expressed her deepest sorrow at the daily bloodshed of innocent lives caused by what she described as "the terrorism of the Muslim Brotherhood."

The actress added that it's very unfortunate that armed Brotherhood members are causing so much violence in Egyptian society and are attempting to take over the country; something they've been trying to do for the past year during the reign of ousted President Mohammad Morsi.

According to the Middle East news portal Elaph, Elham said that the Brotherhood followed policies and had goals that were a complete failure; their only goal was to take over the country and sell it to outsiders.

"Through the great Revolution of June 30th, they were in shock as they didn't expect Egyptian people to turn on them and put a stop to their ideologies; as a result they revolted in such a brutal manner and revealed their true colors," she continued.

She sorrowfully added that Egyptian people are paying the price of putting their faith in them and giving them a chance when they elected Morsi. Elham stressed her proud feeling towards the army and General Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, for their stance and protection of the Egyptian people.

Elham further said that she had trust in Al Sisi, positive that he will do all what's in his power to protect his country, despite the crucial conditions it is witnessing.

The actress believes Egypt has a bright future ahead of it, with politics, the economy, tourism and the arts being affected positively.

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