Yehia Hamed - Former Minister, Freedom and Justice Party, Egypt
The previously banned Muslim Brotherhood produced Egypt's first ever democratically elected president. Six months later he was deposed, with the Brotherhood subsequently designated as 'terrorist', with its leaders thrown in jail or in exile. One of those is Yehia Hamid. He was investment minister in a government critics say put its own interests ahead of the economic crisis which precipitated its downfall. With the Brotherhood telling its supporters to 'topple the leaders of the treacherous military coup', isn't the Brotherhood encouraging the violence it professes to abhor?