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Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group, does not represent Islam: Saudi senior scholars

Web report/Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Filed on November 10, 2020
Protesters carry a picture of Hassan Al-Banna, the Muslim Brotherhood founder, in Beirut in this file photo.

(© Sharif Karim / Reuters)

The statement said that the group pursues their partisan goals to reach power and they cover up behind religion.

The Saudi Council of Senior Scholars said on Tuesday the Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist group that does not represent the approach of Islam, the Saudi Press Agency (Spa) reported.

In a statement, they said that the Muslim Brotherhood is a is a deviant group that undermines coexistence in a single nation and provokes sedition, violence and terrorism.

The statement said that the group pursues their partisan goals to reach power and they cover up behind religion.

According to Arab News, the statement added that the Muslim Brotherhood’s history is full of evils and strife and extremist terrorist groups have emerged from the “womb.”





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