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MB in Tunisia refuses to get in dispute with Tunisian regime, says dissident Brotherhood leader

Thursday 15-06-2017 - 11:33 PM
Tareq Abul Saad
Tareq Abul Saad
Tareq Abul Saad
Cairo - The Muslim Brotherhood in Tunisia rejects to get in a dispute with the Tunisian regime in a bid to avoid the fate of the Brotherhood group in Egypt, a dissident Muslim Brotherhood leader said.

In statements on Thursday, Tareq Abul Saad said the MB group in Tunisia, led by Rached Ghannouchi, wants to return to the political arena, so it refuses to follow suit of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood.

“Ghannouchi used his political wisdom when he decided to distance himself from the MB group in Egypt, which incurred great losses due to its split with the Egyptian regime,” Abul Saad added.

Tunisia has recently issued a decision, barring four Muslim Brotherhood leaders from entering Tunisian territories. 

Spokesman for the Tunisian Ennhada Movement Emad Al-Khomairi said that his movement will not support Qatar in its ongoing dispute with the other Arab nations, but it will remain neutral.

On Monday, June 5, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt broke diplomatic ties with Qatar and cut off air, sea and land access to the country over Doha’s support for terrorist groups.

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