MB around the world condemned the decision of ICC to arrest Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir.
Mr. Mahdi Akef (Leader of Muslim Brotherhood Group) has called all Arab and Islamic states as well as Eastern and Western states members of the Hague International Criminal Court to walkout, in order not to participate in a double standard discriminatory court that issues its decision on an unbalanced scale according to the American and Zionist policies.
He rejected, in a statement to Ikhwanweb, the decision to arrest the Sudanese President Omar El-Bashir, emphasizing that this exceeds law limits, justice and political decorum and is a part of an unending double standard series the new world order follows.
The chair stressed that the prosecutor in this case is politically blackmailing the entire Arab nation, not only Sudan, and this is the main reason for the trial, not as alleged to prosecute a war criminal.
If it was true that the ICC has an actual rule it should have sought the arrest of American officials and their allies for their crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the same should be applied on the officials of the Zionist entity for their crimes in Palestine and in Gaza in particular.
Akef called on Arab and Islamic countries to take a unified stance rejecting the court’s decision and declaring solidarity with Sudan, not for Al Bashir but in defence of the Arab and Islamic will facing the attempts to make the nation kneel down and to blackmail governments and regimes.
This requires a unified stance for governments to stand together with their people to prove that they can be trustworthy.
In the same context, a delegation of MB leaders in Jordan, last Thursday, has visited the headquarter of the Sudanese embassy in Amman in solidarity with the Sudanese President, Government and people, following the decision of ICC.
The delegation was headed by Dr. Hammam El-Saeed (Head of MB office in Jordan) who condemned the decision to arrest the decision to arrest Al-Bashir, pointing out that this decision is a part of the attack series on Sudan which suffered from American “designated” ordeals and crisis, aiming at looting its fortunes and controlling its decisions. These attacks were preceded by aggression on Afghanistan, Iraq and Gaza in order to use them all in fragmenting Sudan and threatening its national security and to deprive it from its Arab and Islamic identity and to flame a civil conflict.
MB in Syria declared, in a statement for them, their solidarity with Sudan, their leadership and people. It also condemned and denounced the double standard policy of the court which overlooks the real crimes committed against people in the region.
The statement called all Islamic and national leaderships in Sudan to put the interest of Sudan above all considerations and to seek solving the internal conflicts and to end the divisions in Sudan in order to destroy the plans of the enemies.
It considered the reconstruction of Sudan, refreshing the wasteland and utilizing its wealth is a necessity and a public mutual interest, particularly during the time of investing millions of Arab funds in the international markets.