Egypt's hardline Islamist party unravels - Article Photos 2/7

FILE - In this Monday, Feb. 27, 2012 file photo, Egyptian lawmaker Anwar al-Balkimy, center, gestures during a session of parliament in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's ultraconservative Islamic Al-Nour party said Monday one of its lawmakers has resigned from parliament because he got a nose job and then lied about it, claiming he was beaten. Internal divisions are threatening to unravel Egypt’s second biggest political party, the political arm of the ultraconservative Salafis, the country’s most hardline Islamist movement. Now its leaders are split over whether Muslim clerics or more pragmatic politicians should be steering the movement. (AP Photo, File)