THE conclusion that an observer of the Muslim Brotherhood Group and its political history reaches is that the group will sell itself to anyone in order to achieve its malicious goals.
Therefore, those who come across the message of congratulations sent from the residence of the acting guide Ibrahim Munir in London to the US President-elect Joe Biden will discover the immorality that it is practicing brazenly, because of the scars of terror calls concerning the freedom of people, as if the Americans are waiting for it to show them the right path in this regard.
Without going far into history, this mafioso wished Biden, the American people and the people of the whole world “a decent life in light of the principles of freedom, justice, democracy and respect for human rights”.
The reality is that it was the first to turn against freedom when it stole the governance in Egypt in 2011 and destroyed justice with the injustice that has been committed. It practiced it on all the people, pushed the Guidance Office into dictatorship, and did not respect the most basic human rights.
The unfortunate thing about all of this is that there are Arab countries still betting on this group, taking into account its existence, and allowing it to play a political role, penetrate the economy, and stick to the joints of the main institutions, as if they had not learned from past experiences, especially with the attempts of the Muslim Brotherhood to overthrow the regimes and their quest to provoke chaos.
Everyone in the Arab and Islamic worlds know the nature of the alliance between the group and the Iranian Mullah regime, their mutual assistance, how the group supported Ayatollah Khomeini during his quest for the coup against the Shah, and how the Arab Brotherhood carried out many terrorist operations in the interest of that regime.
In the same context, no one is ignorant of the role that Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) regime assigned to the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria and Libya, and their employment of mercenaries to tear apart Arab countries to serve the new Ottoman control scheme.
Because all these people possess the same political genes, they are ready to sell everything in order to achieve their goals. Therefore, they see no harm in offering their goods to the United States, Israel, China, Russia, or even the devil, as the demons of all kinds fall. Because of this, the group did not hide its reproach in its statement calling for the Americans to topple the Arab regimes, which realized the danger of the group from the beginning and confronted it.
Today, the wisdom of the fierce confrontation that the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia started against the Muslim Brotherhood and the Iranian peacock regime, and the measures taken by the two countries to confront the group and stop it from harming their people, have been able to revive those countries’ political and economic health and preserve their security and stability.
Yes, the Saudi leadership, represented by King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Prince Mohammed bin Salman, did well in eradicating the Muslim Brotherhood and their supporters from Saudi Arabia, along with what Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed did to eliminate this group. This is especially after they realized the great risks involved in this gang ruling the great Egypt, which was saved by the popular awakening, the solid position of the army and armed forces led by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, and the great Gulf support to prevent the country from sliding into the abyss of chaos and bankruptcy.
Rulers of the Arab world, first and foremost the Gulf states, should study the terminology and vocabulary contained in the group’s statement addressed to the elected US President, and seek to confront them, especially the countries that are still betting on them, so that no day comes when the rulers repeat the words of the Arab poet in regretting their confidence in the Muslim Brotherhood gang – “I obeyed the ungodly in the love of the unguarded, and I did not listen to the word of those who forbade me.”
By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times