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Helbawy: Foreign Intelligence Seeking to Thwart the Revolution
Helbawy: Foreign Intelligence Seeking to Thwart the Revolution
Dr. Kamal Helbawy, MB figure, suggested that Israeli and US intelligence are working hard to thwart the January 25 Revolution, which they perceive as a threat to their interests in the region.
Wednesday, May 11,2011 09:20
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Dr. Kamal Helbawy, MB figure, suggested that Israeli and US intelligence are working hard to thwart the January 25 Revolution, which they perceive as a threat to their interests in the region.

 

Dr. Helbawy demanded swift trials for those involved in inciting sectarian strife between Muslims and Copts, warning of several foreign institutions aiming at destabilizing Arab countries by utilizing all available means, which will mainly benefit Israel, according to Dr. Helbawy

  

Dr. Helbawy emphasized the importance of strategic planning as a necessity for development and advancement.

 

He called for activating cooperation agreements between Arab countries to bring an end to the Sykes-Picot agreement which aims to divide Arab countries into 22 small countries.

tags: Egyptian Revolution / Arab Countries / Copts / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate MB / Kamal Helbawy / Muslims and Copts / Development in Egypt
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