Morsy: Egypt 's ruling regime to compensate its legitimacy to rule by using violence against its own citizens
Morsy: Egypt 's ruling regime to compensate its legitimacy to rule by using violence against its own citizens
Tuesday, February 9,2010 00:31

 

In a statement to Ikhwanweb Dr. Mohamed Morsy, from the Executive Bureau stressed that repression is continued by Egypt's regime against Egypt’s peaceful opposition which is seeking reform. He was referring to the new wave of detentions carried by the State security apparatus against leading members of the group. He claimed that " The Brotherhood seeks to restore the country’s national identity and its stand in the Arab world after decades of failed policies and dictatorship" adding  "obviously this is not appreciated"..

 

He described charges against the 13 detained Muslim Brotherhood high-ranking leaders, which included Deputy Chairman Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat, senior member Dr. Essam el-Erian and a member of the MB Executive Bureau Dr. Abdul Rahman Al Barr as false having no legal or constitutional validity.

 

Morsi added that the government's sweep against the MB is an indication of the regime’s political failure which reflects the lack of credibility at a time when the MB is enjoying increasing public support and political successes.

 

He called on all Egyptians to reject the regime's practices against its opposing trends including the Muslim Brotherhood, national powers and popular movements who represent a national front resisting all practices of the US-Israeli platforms.

 

  The Muslim Brotherhood stresses the current  campaign of arrests will not discourage the movement from their cause or the path  they have chosen for attaining the country's welfare, or its progress in order to lift it to a higher status. The regime can not and will not undermine the group's fundamentals of raising the banner of Islam. The Muslim Brothers are committed to a peaceful and constitutional struggle and will not engage in any activity detrimental to homeland security, and stability

 

 Morsi asserted that "The Brotherhood will remain constant in its principles and methods while striving to maintain peaceful reform through constitutional and legal channels". Freedom of opinion and expression remain a fundamental principal for those endeavoring for the nation's interests.

 

The recent arrests in the ranks of the Muslim Brotherhood reveals a serious violation of the Constitution and the law as it is in the context of regime's attempts to settle scores with the Brothers who attempt to assist and preserve Egypt's national issues by supporting and defending the Gazans against the Israeli's brutal aggression which in turn poses a serious threat to Egypt's national security.

 

The campaign also came a day after the group called on the ruling regime to engage in   dialogue to advance reform and end the state of emergency in the country.

 

 Dr. Mohamed Morsy,accused the regime of using the emergency law in the aggression against citizens after failing to address the problems of the citizens, depicting the  strikes against the "Brotherhood" - the largest opposition movements in Egypt - as a violation of the law and the constitution.


He expressed that he believed that the latest security crackdown against the group's leaders was related to  the procedure of public allegiance to Dr. Mohammed Badie the newly elected  Chairman of the group last month in front of global TV stations and a huge crowd .

Morsi concluded ascertaining that "We have exercised our right in the application of natural Shura, consultation  and democracy and this was in accordance  with the Constitution and the law; we do not challenge the regime or provoke it".

In a statement to Ikhwanweb Dr. Mohamed Morsi, from the Executive Bureau stressed that repression is continued by Egypt's regime against Egypt’s peaceful opposition which is seeking reform. He was referring to the new wave of detentions carried by the State security apparatus against leading members of the group. He claimed that "The Brotherhood seeks to restore the country’s national identity and its stand in the Arab world after decades of failed policies and dictatorship" adding "obviously this is not appreciated".

 

He described charges against the 13 detained Muslim Brotherhood high-ranking leaders, which included Deputy Chairman Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat, senior member Dr. Essam el-Erian and a member of the MB Executive Bureau Dr. Abdul Rahman Al Barr as false having no legal or constitutional validity.

 

Morsi added that the government's sweep against the MB is an indication of the regime’s political failure which reflects the lack of credibility at a time when the MB is enjoying increasing public support and political successes.

 

He called on all Egyptians to reject the regime's practices against its opposing trends including the Muslim Brotherhood, national powers and popular movements who represent a national front resisting all practices of the US-Israeli platforms.

 

  The Muslim Brotherhood stresses the current  campaign of arrests will not discourage the movement from their cause or the path  they have chosen for attaining the country's welfare, or its progress in order to lift it to a higher status. The regime can not and will not undermine the group's fundamentals of raising the banner of Islam. The Muslim Brothers are committed to a peaceful and constitutional struggle and will not engage in any activity detrimental to homeland security, and stability.

 

 Morsi asserted that "The Brotherhood will remain constant in its principles and methods while striving to maintain peaceful reform through constitutional and legal channels". Freedom of opinion and expression remain a fundamental principal for those endeavoring for the nation's interests.

 

The recent arrests in the ranks of the Muslim Brotherhood reveals a serious violation of the Constitution and the law as it is in the context of regime's attempts to settle scores with the Brothers who attempt to assist and preserve Egypt's national issues by supporting and defending the Gazans against the Israeli's brutal aggression which in turn poses a serious threat to Egypt's national security.

 

The campaign also came a day after the group called on the ruling regime to engage in   dialogue to advance reform and end the state of emergency in the country.

 

 Dr. Mohamed Morsi,accused the regime of using the emergency law in the aggression against citizens after failing to address the problems of the citizens, depicting the  strikes against the "Brotherhood" - the largest opposition movements in Egypt - as a violation of the law and the constitution
He expressed that he believed that the latest security crackdown against the group's leaders was related to  the procedure of public allegiance to Dr. Mohammed Badie the newly elected 8th Chairman   of the group last month in front of global TV stations and a huge crowd .

Morsi concluded ascertaining that "We have exercised our right in the application of natural Shura, consultation  and democracy and this was in accordance  with the Constitution and the law; we do not challenge the regime or provoke it

 

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