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Security Source Dismisses Campaign of Arrests in Kerdasa

Mon 03 May 2021 | 09:25 PM
Omnia Ahmed

A security source denied on Monday unfounded claims of a widespread campaign of arrests in Kerdasa.

One of the channels, affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, published false allegations regarding the implementation of a large-scale arrest campaign in Kerdasa.

Those accusations come on the heels of the funerals of people who were executed a few days ago.

Meantime, Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members in Turkey are desperately trying to find new ways to revive their image.

On Saturday, the Muslim Brotherhood members delegation met with the head of the opposition Turkish Felicity Party Keremullah Oglu, to discuss Turkey’s decision to oblige anti-Egypt channels to adhere to media charters, keeping Brotherhood fugitives in confusion and disarray.

The meeting came barely a week before the leaders of Turkey and Egypt’s scheduled meeting in Cairo.

In the same vein, the first-ever meeting came before in-depth discussions on Monday, focusing on how the leaders can support the Egyptian-Turkish reconciliation negotiations process.

Lately, the Turkish government has been making overtures for rapprochement with Egypt to break its regional isolation.