martes, 13 de noviembre de 2012

Muslim Brotherhood spreading sedition among Sunnis: Dubai police chief

Dubai police Chief, Dahi Khalfan slams Muslim Brotherhood Islamic group

Dubai police Chief, Dahi Khalfan slams Muslim Brotherhood Islamic group

Dubai police chief Dahi Khalfan says they will fight against the Muslim Brotherhood in the Persian Gulf, accusing the group of sowing strife, a report says.

The officer said Mohammad Badie, the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, tries to spread sedition among Sunni Muslims, adding that all people in the region will stand up against the group in the next two years, al-Qods al-Arabi quoted Khalfan in a report on Monday.

The police chief further warned that the establishment of Muslim Brotherhood group in Syria would pose a catastrophic threat to the security of the Persian Gulf.

Khalfan also took swipe at the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi over his attitudes towards Israel, particularly his letter to Israeli President Shimon Peres regarding the appointment of a new Israeli ambassador to Cairo.

Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood have called on the UAE government to question Khalfan over his remarks.

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