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Abdelrehim Ali: The terrorist group incited the youth to enter a confrontation with the police

Abdelrehim Aly

Journalist Abdelrehim Ali, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Editor-in-Chief of Al-Bawaba News and head of the Middle East Center for Studies in Paris (CEMO), said that there are many tragic events carried out by the terrorist Brotherhood throughout history, explaining that the incident of Mostafa El-Nahhas is not the first that it carried out. The group pushed the youth to enter an unequal confrontation with the police and security services, but they retreated and said that they had sinned in the clash with the Egyptian regime, and some things other that had to be done.

Ali added, in his interview with the “Cairo Now” program on the Al-Arabiya Al-Hadath satellite channel, that the youth revolted against the terrorist group in Turkey and other countries and accused the group of not making the proper management of the crisis, explaining that the group is currently trying to make some films such as “Basbousa with Cream”, and another film with Amr Waked, and another film is currently being filmed with some American production companies.

Ali pointed out that some experts at the United Nations, headed by Agnes Callamard, the special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, and a very large group of persons made a special investigation to bring Egypt accountable to the United Nations, and that a company or foundation in London, with London Brotherhood member Ibrahim Mounir and his aides, prepared a request to the British police on torture charges, including the story of their claim to kill Mohamed Morsi inside Egyptian prisons, in an attempt to bring some Egyptian officials to the International Criminal Court.

He added that the European Parliament managed to reach it, a very large group whose names are very famous worked, as well as complaints made by the Observatory for Armament in Paris, which Bahaa-eddin Hassan leads with a group of human rights organizations in France funded by the Brotherhood and some of the large French figures there whom they were able to attract in the recent period in an attempt to prevent armaments to Egypt, especially by claiming that France is violating human rights and that these weapons are used in many actions.