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Turkey continues to include Brotherhood members and broadcasters in terrorist codes

Severe blows received by members and media professionals of the Muslim Brotherhood and residing on Turkish soil, after their calls for chaos and demonstrations in Egypt on November 11.

Where the Turkish authorities continued Campaigns of arrest and detention of these elements and their inclusion under the terrorism code G102 and G87, as the campaigns included journalists and media workers working for the group’s satellite channels, and the number so far exceeded 40 people.

During the past two days, the Turkish security services launched campaigns A raid on the residences of Brotherhood members and broadcasters In the areas of Shirin Evlar and Basaksehir in Istanbul, dozens of them were arrested and taken for interrogation after it was proven that they were involved in using their accounts on social media to call for demonstrations in Egypt on Friday, November 11. Also, it was proven that they cooperated with new Brotherhood satellite channels affiliated with the group and broadcast from London to incite against Egypt and the Egyptian government and call for assassinations of media and security figures during those demonstrations.

Turkey continued to detain the Brotherhood broadcaster Hossam Al-Ghamry, who works on the “Al-Sharq” satellite channel, owned by the opposition leader and allied with the Brotherhood, Ayman Nour, for interrogation, after his call for incitement against the regime in Egypt and his incitement to take the youth to the squares in Egypt after the last Al-Ahly and Zamalek match, which was held the day before yesterday. It has a “rehearsal” in preparation for the Friday 11 November demonstrations.

Opposition leader Ayman Nour and a number of Brotherhood leaders are currently pressuring the Turkish authorities to prevent them from deporting the Brotherhood broadcaster to Egypt, where a Turkish lawyer named Zaki Demirbas was assigned to challenge the security code directed against Al-Ghamry before the urgent Turkish judiciary.

The Turkish authorities had previously placed a number of broadcasters on the Brotherhood’s satellite channels in Istanbul and leaders affiliated with the group on the same terrorist codes, including the artist Hisham Abdullah and a Brotherhood leader who worked in the office of the late Brotherhood preacher Yusuf al-Qaradawi.

It is noteworthy that the Turkish authorities had arrested a number of Brotherhood members and broadcasters residing on its territory on Friday morning, after it was proven that they cooperated with two new satellite channels launched by the group to incite chaos in Egypt and their willingness to launch a third satellite channel on the “Telegram” application.

confirmed sources that the Turkish detention About 34 Brotherhood members, including those who run accounts and pages on social media, incite against Egypt and mobilize chaos inside the country, point out that the number that was stopped is the largest and warns that another decision will be taken to deport them and force them to leave Turkish territory.

In March of last year, the Turkish authorities requested restricting the Brotherhood’s satellite channels, which broadcast from Istanbul, and preventing their criticism of Egypt. It also prevented the appearance of Brotherhood media and broadcaster Haitham Abu Khalil, and decided to stop the programs of 4 of the Brotherhood’s broadcasters, they are Moataz Matar, Mohamed Nasser, Hamza Zoba and artist Hisham Abdullah. She warned them not to violate her instructions.

In March of last year, Turkey announced the resumption of its diplomatic contacts with Egypt, and directed Muslim Brotherhood media operating on its soil to soften the tone towards Cairo.

On May 5 and 6 of 2021, a Turkish delegation headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Sadat Unal headed to Cairo in the first visit of its kind since 2013, and held “exploratory” talks with Egyptian officials led by Deputy Foreign Minister Hamdi Sanad Loza to discuss rapprochement and normalization of relations.

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