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Egypt, Sudan cooperate to eliminate extremism in school curricula

Egypt wants to support Sudan in ridding its school curricula of extremism, which was established under former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and following the Muslim Brotherhood’s seizure of power in Sudan.

The Egyptian parliament on Feb. 7 called for cooperation with Sudan on revising and ridding its school curricula of extremism.

Parliament member Farida al-Shobashi said in parliament, “The Egyptian parliament encourages the Egyptian ministries of education and endowments to support Sudan in its unique experience in revising its school curricula to cleanse them of extremist content.”

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