Islamic extremists: “We are 100 percent against them” – Muslim Brotherhood


The British government is reportedly considering new measures to curb the Muslim Brotherhood after accusations of links to extremists in the Middle East. VoR’s Tim Ecott asked Dr Mohamed Ghanem, a London-based member of the Muslim Brotherhood, what the Brotherhood’s reaction would be to any government attempt to restrict their organisation.

Prime Minister David Cameron has asked Sir John Jenkins, ambassador to Saudi Arabia, to compile a full report on the Egyptian group’s London-based activities. However, they’ve been warned by the Islamic Human Rights Commission that any measures designed to curb the activities of the Brotherhood in Britain could be illegal, and would encourage the authoritarian military regime in Cairo.

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