From the archive of Abdelrahim Ali
Abdelrehim Ali: Egyptian experience is a pioneer in confronting terrorist Brotherhood
Dr. Abdelrehim Ali, head of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies in Paris, said that the Egyptian experience is a pioneering experience in confronting the terrorist Brotherhood, which began in Egypt from the time of King Farouk.
French journalists must pay attention to the issue of awareness, because Qatar and the Brotherhood were able to communicate with French journalists and human rights institutions, which spurred a dubious relationship between them, Ali added, stressing that the issue of human rights centers is an issue of false rights.
Ali revealed that after the June 30 revolution, ousted President Mohamed Morsi, who belonged to the Brotherhood, was arrested, and on his phone were clear instructions from major and international human rights centers informing him about what he should do.