• MB News
  • July 26, 2011
  • 3 minutes read

MB Chairman: Egyptians Will Not Surrender Revolution to Hijackers

MB Chairman: Egyptians Will Not Surrender Revolution to Hijackers

Speaking in Wady Notron, Beheira the Muslim Brotherhood’s chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie stated that remnants from the old regime are intent on sowing chaos and hijacking the revolution.

He reminded the audience that the nation had been oppressed for three decades and had succeeded in overthrowing Mubarak and his regime by disregarding differences and uniting in solidarity for a common cause; democracy and freedom.

Calling on the people to protect the revolution from hijackers and counter revolutionists, Badie urged them to rekindle the spirit of January 25 and not heed efforts which are aimed at causing sedition between Muslims, Copts, the Army and the people.

Remembering the martyrs of the revolution, Badie requested that their families be looked after since it was they who protected the revolution and sacrificed much during the process.

In his speech during the opening of another MB branch, Badie maintained that Wady Notron’s prison bears witness to the injustices faced by the MB members who were unjustly detained for months sometimes years, highlighting that with the people’s adamant stance and unity the tables have turned, adding that prisons which had housed innocent politicians, and activists especially those from the MB are currently housing corrupters from the former regime.

Further, Badie called on the Copts to join hands with the MB to sustain the revolution and protect it from negativity.