Tunisian opposition figure and President of the Free Destourian Party (PDL) Abir Moussi has announced her bloc’s decision to submit of a new draft resolution designating the Muslim Brotherhood, as a “terrorist organization.”
The council’s decision was issued during a virtual meeting for the council members, chaired by Sheikh Abdullah bin Bayyah, saying that the group is terrorist because of spreading and inciting violence.
The Grand Mufti praised the Saudi Council of Senior Scholars (CSS)’ decision of labeling the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group that does not represent the approach of Islam.
The Saudi Council of Senior Scholars (CSS) issued a statement saying that the Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist group that does not represent the approach of Islam.
Terrorist Muslim Brotherhood web trolls have been attempting to stage mass protests across Egypt through sowing discord and spreading fake news and lies about key state figures.
The release of State Department emails while Hillary Clinton was in charge have reminded Egyptians of how the U.S. policy favored the Muslim Brotherhood from 2011 until 2013 at the expense of the Egyptian people.
The email contained a summary of a poll carried out online to determine the views of the Egyptian people after the January 25 Revolution.
The brotherhood had initially nominated former Deputy Supreme Guide Khairat al-Shater to run for presidency.
A Watergate-style break into the Attorney-General office and antiquity traficking during the Muslim Brotherhood rule surfaced on social media after a judge and an ex member of the fundamental group revealed details about these crimes online.
The emails of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that have been recently unclassified showed she received an email informing her of such information.
On Thursday, US President Donald Trump expressed displeasure that his Secretary of State had not yet released some emails related to former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. A day later, Pompeo vowed to release them.
In another attempt for the outlawed Muslim brotherhood group to undermine the state and incite chaos in Egypt, they started circulating a photo showing a young man tied to wooden poles and executed by bullets calming that it took place in Egypt.
The Nahda sit-in case dates back to 2013, when security forces dispersed the protests of pro-Muslim Brotherhood people, after the ousting of President Mohamed Morsi.
In an interview with “Nadhra” talk show on Sada al-Balad T.V., the Mufti added that the Observatory issued more than 500 reports about suspicious fatwas (Islamic decisions) and the Dar al-Iftaa is working on rectifying them.
The Public Prosecution ordered Saturday five defendants detained over publishing fake news on social media that would affect national security.
Egyptians all over the governorates took to streets to celebrate the 1973 victory against Israel and to renew support to President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, days after anti-regime protest calls failed.
They are also accused of carrying out other terrorist operations to help the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood achieve their goals in the country and trying to overthrow the regime.
Qafarach said Al-Jazeera, and the Brotherhood's channels and social media networks based in Europe, specifically London, are spreading those fabricated videos.
They were released after their guardians pledged that they would look after them, take good care of them, not allow them to commit such acts again, and not to expose them to danger like that in the future.
The Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group has a long history of exploiting children for political purposes to achieve chaos in various countries of the Middle East, including Egypt.