The Brotherhood of Egypt and begging for “dialogue” … an outlet and fears of continuing isolation

The efforts of the Brotherhood and its allies do not stop trying to find a foothold to return to the political scene after the Egyptian people expelled them in a popular revolution.

The organization is working hard to try to penetrate “the current political scene” in Egypt, and to seek a way out of their isolation, in the wake of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s call for a national dialogue which accommodates everyone, and the situation in Egypt has changed to political reforms and openness to the national opposition.

The Egyptian president said during the Egyptian family’s breakfast party, held annually in April last year, that “Egypt accommodates everyone, and differences of opinion do not spoil the cause of the homeland,” the launch of a “political dialogue “with all powers announced. without exception or discrimination.

In the Brotherhood’s latest move on the call for “political dialogue”, a number of Broederbond allies abroad launched a signature campaign on what they saw as “demands aimed at building trust and testing goodwill and seriousness about the beginning of a new political stage. ”

The signatories of the campaign acknowledged that “the call for dialogue could represent an outlet and an opportunity to alleviate the suffering of prisoners,” as they put it.

They put forward what they said was “a series of measures and measures to build trust with the components of Egyptian political and civil society.”

In conjunction with that signature campaign, the Brotherhood (Mahmoud Hussein Front), or what is known as (Istanbul Camp), which has been embroiled in a violent struggle for money and power with the Ibrahim Munir Front in London for months, has a official statement issued on Tuesday, on the dialogue.

The organization stated that “dialogue is a political tool and a matter of urgency and necessity,” and that “the sincere will to pursue it must meet the conditions for success and continuity, the availability of goodwill and confidence in the first place is. ”

Recently, the Brotherhood leader, Youssef Nada, renewed his call for reconciliation, claiming in a message published by Ibrahim Munir’s “Brotherhood Site” website that “the Brotherhood’s door is open for dialogue and forgiveness with the current regime after responding to grievances. ” And Nada previously said in September last year: “The door is open for dialogue with the Egyptian regime.”

Fears of continuing isolation

In his comments, Hisham Al-Najjar, an expert on political Islam movements, said in an interview with Al-Ain Al-Akhbar: “The Brotherhood’s movements to beg for dialogue reflect the isolation leaders and elements of the organization and fear to deepen it and continue with the launch of a true national dialogue. ”

He continued, “Dialogue aims at the interests of the state and strengthens its cohesion towards the national achievements achieved in isolation from the interests of organizations and groups that have been shown to be only eager for their narrow interests and profits given to them. leaders and elements only. ”

Responding to the statement of the signature campaign on dialogue with the state and “confidence-building measures,” Al-Najjar said: “The content of the statement and the nature of the names of many of the signatories indicate the Brotherhood’s desire to exploit the new internal political movement, and the political leadership’s call for dialogue to divert it from its natural path and hijack it to reach the interests of the group The current situation, the dismantling of its own crisis, and solving the problems of its leaders who are in prison in connection with cases of fugitives.

Failed political dialogue

And the Egyptian political expert added: “This statement confirms the Brotherhood’s effort to halt the political dialogue, as a meeting that included the various components of the national opposition with the leadership and institutions of their state in the course of action and the national struggle with its mechanisms and controls is something the organization fears. ”

He explained: This case increases the organization’s exposure and isolation and leaves it alone outside the national context, and it is not the fault of the Egyptians, nor the fault of Egyptian society and state, but the fault of its leaders.

dismantling of trust

In turn, dr. Ahmed Ban, an expert in the affairs of political Islam movements, said in an interview with “Al-Ain Al-Akhbar” that the organization, in its current fragmented state, has no power that makes this possible. it to dictate any conditions.

And the organization, “Ban” confirmed by his behavior, whether during his time in power, as he embodied exclusion and oppression that robbed any trust of the parties in the Egyptian political arena, as his behavior when he left government was contrary to all the values ​​of citizenship, or morals.

Ban said: I do not think anyone would consider the Brotherhood to be a reliable political partner. Whether the organization met or not, it agreed to believe in dialogue and participate in it.

Ban also stressed that “there is an urgent need for a serious national dialogue between the state and all components of serious political life that respects the conditions of peaceful political competition, provided the appropriate environment is provided.”

Representative and media figure, Mustafa Bakri, stressed that President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s call for a political dialogue does not mean reconciliation with the Brotherhood.

He added in previous television statements that “the views of the Brotherhood are well known, as it has used weapons and incited murder.”

Since the fall of the Brotherhood’s rule in Egypt in 2013, the terrorist organization’s efforts to sow chaos, and to take advantage of events to bring the group driven out of the people to the political scene, not stopped, but it always fails to achieve its subversive goals thanks to the vigilance of the security services and the awareness of the Egyptian people.

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