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Muslim Brotherhood misleads youth, fugitive says

Tuesday 06-06-2017 - 12:13 PM
Khalid Fahmy
Wael al-Ibrashi
Wael al-Ibrashi
Cairo – An Egyptian fugitive said Egypt’s banned Muslim Brotherhood group misled young people and used them to gain huge amounts of money.
Ahmed Mahmoud, who fled to Sudan, is a defendant in the case of the American embassy in Cairo of 2013, when demonstrations turned into acts of violence in Egypt on July 22.
In a phone intervention with “Ashera Masaan (10:00 pm)” program presented by Wael al-Ibrashi, Mahmoud said he was a supporter of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group and took part in the Rabaa’s sit-in, staged in Cairo in protest against the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi.
He explained that the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood group ordered him to travel to Sudan, where he could have a great chance to continue his studies, before listing him as wanted on arrival. 
The fugitive pointed out that he had been staying in Sudan for three years, while the leaders of MB group boasted about providing him with food.
He stressed that MB leaders expelled all Egyptian youth, who fled from Egypt, calling on Egypt and Egyptian people to pardon him so that he could return home.
Mahmoud added that MB leaders will get back at him and take revenge after this phone intervention.

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