Al Ghazali: MB Detentions Reveal Fragile, Corrupt Regime
|Saturday, March 8,2008 15:34|
The unjust campaign carried out by Egyptian security services, leading to the detention of 750 MB leaders and members will never thwart the MB"s efforts to realize its key objectives and constants, said MB top political advisor.
Dr. Abdul Hamid Al Ghazali, the political adviser of the Muslim Brotherhood"s chairman, stressed that the unjust security campaign that led to the detention of 750 MB leaders and members will never thwart the MB"s efforts to realize its key objectives and constants, topped by the moderation of the great religion of Islam, tackling problems facing our people and nation, and insisting on taking part in the public work, particularly the political action.
Al Ghazali told Ikhwanweb that this campaign "Shows that this regime is fragile, corrupt and tyrant. It shows also that it uses security repression mainly to run economy and the society, protect corruption and the corrupters, maintain and everlasting monopolization of power". He added that there is no reasonable justification for this unjust campaign. It targets only those who practice their legitimate right of participating in the public work which may be considered as a crime by this regime.