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Egypt’s Sisi rejects reconciliation with Muslim Brotherhood

“Egypt rejects any reconciliation sought by the forces which carry out bloody attacks against the people of Egypt and seek to destroy the state,” Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said

Egypt’s Sisi rejects reconciliation with Muslim Brotherhood www.theafricanstand.com


(African Stand) — Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi renewed his warning that there are “hostile” entities attempting to destroy Egypt, referring to the Muslim Brotherhood, the New Khaleej news site reported yesterday.

During a meeting with the Egyptian army, Al-Sisi stressed that he rejects “any reconciliation” with them. “Egypt rejects any reconciliation sought by the forces which carry out bloody attacks against the people of Egypt and seek to destroy the state,” he said.

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Al-Sisi, who was defence minister in 2013 when the Muslim Brotherhood governed the country after winning the first democratic election carried out in Egypt, later carried out a coup against the group. He then imprisoned its leaders and outlawed the Muslim Brotherhood.

He has governed the country since and secured his place through a series of constitutional amendments which will allow him to remain in power until 2034.

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood have reported abuse and being denied medical care while in prison, the former Egyptian President, the first to be democratically elected, Mohamed Morsi died after collapsing in court last year.

Hassan Juma

Written by Hassan Juma

Hassan Juma is an international reporter who graduated with a degree from The United States International University where he majored in Journalism and International Relations and he is currently working for African Stand as a senior reporter covering the Middle East, US, Asia, and Europe.

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