“El Ekhteyar” ( The Choice) part 3 highlighted how Muslim Brotherhood planned to issue draft law that would allow Egypt's finance ministry and state-run administrative bodies to issue Islamic bonds (sukuk).
El Ekhteyar revealed how Muslim Brotherhood leader Khairat el Shater asked ousted President Mohamed Morsi to visit Al-Azhar University students who were hospitalized for food poisoning only to help in issuing Islamic bonds.
The series showed how Mohamed Abdelaziz ( Essam Elsakka) decided to launch “Tamarod” grassroots movement to register opposition to Morsi and force him to call early presidential elections.
The goal of Tamaroud was to collect 15 million signatures by 30 June 2013.
Former minister of Defense Sisi ( Yasser Galal) said to Lieutenant-General El-Assar “ We have to give President Morsi all the details of the general economic status of Egypt, also our relationship with all the countries has to be balanced.”
Former minister of Defense Sisi added that Egypt doesn’t interfere in the internal affairs of any country, and should not interfere with any form of sectarian or ethnic conflicts or work to change foreign regimes.
“Egypt suffers from the same challenges for more than 50 years ago because all the previous solutions were temporary ones we have to find radical solutions” Sisi recounted.
El Ekhteyar presented a leaked video to MB leader El Shater saying that Essam Soltan is not rational when he disagrees with someone, performs irregularities, gives bribes that’s why he can’t call him a member of MB, ousted President Morsi said that he took money from Iran.
El Ekhteyar presented an important scene about the launch of Tamaroud grassroots movement,and how it spread among Egyptians to collect millions of signatures, reaching more than 20 million signatures to topple Muslim Brotherhood violent regime that abused millions of Egyptians to create religious fascism.
Egyptian star Essam Elsakka embodied the role of political activist Mohamed Abdel Aziz the founder of Tamarod movement who is now a member of the Egyptian Parliament for the Coordination of Party Youth and Politicians.