The Salafi Al-Nour party won the second-most seats in the last parliamentary election and is now the only major Islamist political force allowed to operate in Egypt. The group supported Mohammed Morsi’s overthrow and lent Islamist credibility to the military’s decision. But it quickly found itself at odds with the interim rulers, and now faces a court case that could lead to its dissolution.

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