Supports of Zaki Bani Ersheid, No. 2 in the Jordanian branch of the Brotherhood, hold photos of him, chant slogans during a demonstration outside the state security court in Amman, Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015. (AP/Raad Adayleh)
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Jordan's branch of the Muslim Brotherhood has formally cut ties with region-wide movement in Egypt, a spokesman said Monday.Three relatively pragmatic groups have broken away from the more hawkish Brotherhood core group and its political arm, the Islamic Action Front, over the past year.Disagreements focused on whether to participate in elections in Jordan and the nature of ties with the parent movement and the militant group Hamas, the Brotherhood branch in the Palestinian territories.
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