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Al-Jarallah denies Brotherhoods’ rumors on Egypt’s investment

Wednesday 23-08-2017 - 02:48 PM
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Kuwaiti Journalist
Kuwaiti Journalist Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Kuwait City - Freezing investment agreements and laws during Muslim Brotherhood’s power will not be repeated in Egypt as the new Egyptian investment law is good and will attract foreign and local investors, tweeted Editor-in-Chief of Kuwait's Al-Siyassa newspaper, Ahmed Al-Jarallah on Tuesday. 

Egypt is recovering despite rumors spread by the Brotherhoods and their affiliates in their media as 65 ships have transited the Suez Canal two days ago, stated Al-Jarallah on Twitter stressing that foreign exchange reserves reached $38 billion. 

Since the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood have been seeking to spread false rumors on their social media accounts to cause riots and chaos in Egypt; exploiting all crises in Egypt including the recent economic crisis. According to Al Mezmaah Studies & Research Centre website, the Brotherhood spreads rumors and lies to cause rifts in foreign relations as well between Egypt and various Arab and western states. 

These rifts are believed by the Brotherhood to cause the current Egyptian regime to dwindle into instability, as they hope to regain control, the website reported. 

Through their websites, they have tried to convince investors in the Arab countries of an upcoming recession in order to prompt investors to cancel their projects in Egypt.

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