The hidden story behind the mid-East events continues to unfold. As previously discussed Egypt’s Fatah El-Sisi requested the assistance of the Saudi royals, Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdel Aziz, and The Arab Gulf Council, in pressuring Qatar to stop their support for the Islamic Jihad and terrorists.
The UAE and Saudi’s respect the stability El-Sisi is delivering, and last week agreed to assist the stability objective. A quiet conversation with Qatar led to the announcement that several members of Muslim Brotherhood leadership were being dispatched from the region. Now, today…
(Egypt Independent) Gamal Abdel Sattar, a Muslim Brotherhood preacher, said that former International Cooperation Minister Amr Derag was deported to Turkey five days ago, while Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who has the Qatari nationality, will remain in Doha.
Abdel Sattar added that there are six other Brotherhood figures leaving Doha to destinations to be determined within hours.
Another source said they would first go to Turkey and then leave, so as not to embarrass Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his party before the opposition. (link)
The safe-haven in Turkey, albeit temporary, should be seen for what it is. Further evidence of Erdogan’s support for the radical jihadist elements, aka ISIS. There is no doubt Erdogan has an ultimate ideology in general agreement with the Islamic State.
Egypt’s El-Sisi has asked Interpol for assistance in intercepting the terrorists as they leave Qatar. Hopefully they are: a.) willing, and, b.) successful.
Earlier today an Egyptian court sentenced Mohamed Badie, the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, and 14 others to 25 years in jail for murder and inciting violence.
Hopefully this begins to clarify for readers the actual motives around the conflicts, and you can begin to see the alliances who are assembled, in unity, to achieve “stability”.
The ‘stability group’ know that President Obama, like Erdogan, is a willfully blind co-conspirator. Indeed, Obama/Kerry continue to advocate on behalf of Qatar as the financier for terror networks even as Qatar comes under pressure from Arab states to stop their support.
Additionally, and facing a serious problem with the devolving situation in Libya, the Socialist leadership in France is now directly skipping the U.S. State Department and engaging with Fatah El-Sisi for his help. France has a serious problem with the current radical Islamists inside its borders; there is a serious risk from additional migration which would flow through the opened gates of Libya toward Malta.
Egypt is the only nation bold enough, and currently stable enough, in the Mid-east to take on a serious leadership role.