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سياسي ليبي. | A Libyan Islamist activist and politician. The leader of the Justice and Construction Party since 2012.
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ENG: Mohamed Sowan (محمد صوان) is a Libyan Islamist activist and politician. He has been the leader of the Justice and Development Party since its foundation in March 2012. The Justice and Development Party is the political wing of the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood. Sowan is from the city of Misrata. He was imprisoned by the deposed Libyan Arab Jamahiriya government, until he was released in 2006 and subsequently worked as a hotel manager. source 2014-06-17
مع33ضدّ   في رأيي Mohamed Sowan هو سياسي جيد جدا. انه / انها تحظى بتأييد بلدي!, positive
مع33ضدّ   أنا ضد! Mohamed Sowan هو سوء الاختيار. أنا لا أتفق مع وجهات نظره السياسية., negative
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