From the archive of Abdelrahim Ali
Abdelrehim Ali: Banning Brotherhood key to security in Europe
Journalist Abdelrehim Ali, head of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CEMO) in Paris and chairman of the boards of directors and editors of Bawaba News, said, “Wherever the Brotherhood is, they blow up everything,” explaining that the terrorist group came to France in the 1970s and then began its systematic terrorism and began to distribute hate speech in mosques and schools.
Ali added that the Brotherhood has been calling for bombings and brutal terrorism, and France has since been suffering from terrorism and extremism. He explained that the terrorist Brotherhood organization was banned in all Arab countries and also in Russia, pointing out that dismantling and banning the terrorist group has become an absolute necessity at the time.
The seminar is titled "Human Rights: Islamists' Weapon in Democracy Abuse".
It is held against the background of exploitation by Islamists of human rights to serve their own agendas.
The seminar is moderated by CEMO Executive Director Ahmed Youssef. Other speakers include French Senator Valerie Bouillier, and French writers Yves Thréard and Roland Lombardi.