Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi accused the Brotherhood, which the authorities classify as a “terrorist”, of threatening to target the country’s security 3 times, including one that “was his personally” by the organization’s first deputy guide, Khairat al-Shater.
During his participation, yesterday, in the celebration activities with the families and sons of the martyrs on Eid Al-Fitr, Al-Sisi talked about the details of these “threats,” and said that “the first time was with Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi (the late former Minister of Defense) about the results of the presidential elections, and that in the event that no The results are in the interest of President Morsi (Mohamed Morsi, the late president affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood), so we will burn the country.” And the second is when Al-Shater said that they had burned down the headquarters of the National Security before and were able to hold a popular trial for them and put them on trial. The third time was for him personally, “where Al-Shater continued for 45 minutes, threatening to kill and destroy the country.”
President El-Sisi added that for 7 years he did not mention their name (the Brotherhood) except by saying “people of evil,” in order to give them an opportunity to “retreat from evil”… Praying to God for guidance for all.
The Egyptian president expressed his thanks to the heroes of the series “The Choice” and “The Returnees,” and said to the actors who participated in the celebration that “what you gave a large part for the benefit of heroes and martyrs who sacrificed for Egypt,” stressing that what was discussed in the series “The Choice” is “a fact, and that all A word spoken of it was a reality; So that the whole truth may be passed on to future generations, and the sons of the martyrs can boast of what their fathers did.”
Al-Sisi stressed that “history cannot be falsified or distorted,” explaining that “what was shown in the series is very little in comparison to the effort that was made in the most difficult times and is still being presented.” We take offense, and even in the 2013 statement, there was a keenness not to clash, and no mention was made of the dismissal of the president or a terrorist group.” In reference to the statement of the army and national forces on July 3, 2013, that the President of the Supreme Constitutional Court assumed the position of president temporarily, after popular demonstrations A rally against Morsi’s continuation in power.