After Sisi and Erdogan shook hands… the disappearance of the Rabaa slogan, and accusations of espionage between the Brotherhood

distance The last handshake between the Egyptian and Turkish presidents in Doha During their attendance at the opening of the World Cup in Qatar, and the announcement of the beginning of the development of bilateral relations between the two sides, terror prevailed within the ranks of the Brotherhood and its elements in Turkey, amid great preparations to arrange their situation during the next stage. During the past two days, the group’s fears increased even more after positive statements were issued by Turkish officials calling for more normalization with Egypt and an end to any hostilities with it.

Sisi and Erdogan shake hands in Qatar

Sisi and Erdogan shake hands in Qatar

The Brotherhood has lost its position

Serdar Cham, the Turkish Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism, said through his Twitter account that the political developments in the world and the interests of countries are what govern the changes in their positions, and he said that what happened in 2013 in Egypt was a great shock to us as Turks, but the policies of countries do not It can be managed by emotions alone, and experience has revealed different balances of the Egyptian situation, and the changes that have taken place in the world impose an adjustment of steps, as what was valid yesterday may no longer be valid today, and the Brotherhood movement has lost its position due to divisions and has been infiltrated by violent groups.

He said that there are many reasons to justify the pursuit of good relations with Egypt, such as our historical proximity to 100 million Egyptians, and the fact that our economic and trade relationship continues.

In view of this, the leaders of the group decided to officially stop any criticism of Egypt that might negatively affect the possible rapprochement between Cairo and Ankara, and to prevent any embarrassment to the Turkish leadership that might abort its efforts towards normalization between the two countries.



Group entities hide in Turkey

The group’s leaders decided to change its strategy to confront these changes, as it was agreed, according to’s information, to change the names of the entities, associations, and companies affiliated with the organization in Turkey for fear of being frozen or canceled by the Turkish authorities, such as the Egyptian Media Association Abroad, and the Egyptian Community Entity in Turkey. , which is controlled by the Brotherhood leader Adel Rashid and Muhammad Nasr al-Din al-Ghazlani, who is accused in the Kerdasa case.

The leaders of the group also decided to change the names of the associations that bear names that express the group, such as the “Raba’a Association” and the entities that were denouncing what happened in Egypt from the overthrow of the Brotherhood’s rule, such as “parliamentarians against the coup” and “students against the coup” and others, while it was also agreed on Banning the use of the term “coup” on all Brotherhood satellite channels operating in Turkey and broadcasting from Istanbul, and stopping the use or suspension of the “Rabi’a slogan” on any celebration or conference of the group that takes place on Turkish soil.

Transfer of Brotherhood institutions to Europe

The group also decided to transfer what can be transferred from its institutions and entities, whose presence in Turkey may pose a threat to Ankara’s interests after the reconciliation with Egypt, to other countries such as France, Germany, Britain, and Eastern European countries, while it was confirmed that the so-called Egyptian Opposition Union abroad and the Egyptian Revolutionary Council Their main activities will be transferred outside Turkey, specifically to Britain and France.

In a related context, sources revealed to that the Muslim Brotherhood journalist Hossam Al-Ghamry, who is currently being held in a border prison, faces charges of communicating on behalf of foreign parties, harming Turkish interests and receiving funds to work against Egypt and call for the 11-11 movement.

The sources confirmed that the group fears that the Turkish authorities will hand over Al-Ghamry and other wanted members of the group to Cairo, as a sign of Ankara’s desire to speed up normalization with Egypt.

The official spokesman for the Egyptian presidency, Bassam Radi, had confirmed that Presidents Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed, during their recent meeting on the sidelines of the opening of the World Cup finals in Qatar, the depth of the historical ties that bind the two countries and the Egyptian and Turkish peoples.

He added in a statement that it was agreed that this would be the beginning of the development of bilateral relations between the two sides.

It is noteworthy that Turkey had announced the resumption of diplomatic contacts with Egypt last year, and the two countries agreed to continue those consultations and affirm their desire to achieve progress in the discussion, and the need to take additional steps to improve relations between them and remove all aspects of differences.

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