The Monitor's Weekly News Quiz for Nov. 27-Dec. 2, 2011

2. A first round of elections held in Egypt this week was declared to have been a success. Which political faction is leading in the polls so far?

The prospect that Islamists – those who want Islam to play a greater part in political and social life – could constitute a parliamentary majority has already caused alarm among some of Egypt’s secularists, leftists, and liberals, as well as Christians, though they could potentially work together against military rule.

The prospect that Islamists – those who want Islam to play a greater part in political and social life – could constitute a parliamentary majority has already caused alarm among some of Egypt’s secularists, leftists, and liberals, as well as Christians, though they could potentially work together against military rule.

The prospect that Islamists – those who want Islam to play a greater part in political and social life – could constitute a parliamentary majority has already caused alarm among some of Egypt’s secularists, leftists, and liberals, as well as Christians, though they could potentially work together against military rule.

The prospect that Islamists – those who want Islam to play a greater part in political and social life – could constitute a parliamentary majority has already caused alarm among some of Egypt’s secularists, leftists, and liberals, as well as Christians, though they could potentially work together against military rule.

Muslim Brotherhood

 

The military

 

Secularists

 

The Tahrir Square coalition

 
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