Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Turkey pledged to respect Ankara’s security after monitoring a meeting with the opposition, our sources said.
The sources said that Egyptian Brotherhood leaders signed a declaration not to threaten Turkish regime security.
She also added that the Turkish security warned the Brotherhood leaders not to communicate with Turkish political figures.
In addition, the sources indicated that there are differences within the Muslim Brotherhood in Turkey between those who want to communicate with the opposition and those who fear deportation.
It is noteworthy that Tamel Karamullahoglu, head of the Turkish opposition Felicity Party, had announced a few days ago that he had received a delegation from the Brotherhood led by Hammam Ali Youssef, a member of the group’s Shura Council and responsible for financing electronic committees, and a number of Brotherhood leaders.
She pointed out that leaders of the Brotherhood called on the advisers of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to prevent the deportation of Alaa Al-Samahi and Yahya Musa, but Ankara handed the file to Turkish intelligence.
Financial and political support
In addition, sources revealed to Al-Arabiya.net that the meeting was attended by Hammam Ali Youssef and Medhat Al-Haddad, who is responsible for managing the Brotherhood’s investments and financial activities in Turkey.
She also explained that the members of the Brotherhood who attended the meeting with the head of the Felicity Party, most of them held Turkish citizenship, and had offered to support the party financially and politically in any upcoming elections as it was affiliated with the Islamists in the country and out of the mantle of the Welfare Party, which was founded by Necmettin Erbakan, the leader of Islamic movements and organizations in Turkey. .
Pressure on the Turkish regime
As for what took place in that meeting, the information indicated that the Brotherhood leaders proposed the idea of pressure on the Turkish regime to raise the file of detainees in Egypt during the upcoming meetings with Egyptian officials, and expressed their fears that Ankara would accept the idea of deporting them from the country in exchange for the settlement with Cairo, threatening to withdraw many investments. It is run by the group in Turkey and managed by the trio Medhat Al-Haddad, Mukhtar Al-Ashry, and Mr. El-Ezaby.
The sources emphasized that the meeting revealed the extent of the Brotherhood’s concern about the ruling Turkish regime and its acceptance of reconciliation with Egypt without addressing the issue and crisis of the group and the problems of its members.
It is noteworthy that the group witnessed sharp divisions among its ranks after the recent Turkish statements about the resumption of relations with Cairo, the approaching holding of security and diplomatic meetings between the two countries early next May to eliminate differences, in addition to the proposal of the Turkish President’s party to establish a parliamentary friendship group with Egypt.
And it began to draw its scenarios for the post-rapprochement stage after Ankara sent warnings to the Brotherhood not to target Egypt and to stop criticism from its territory, in addition to Turkish instructions to stop the programs of two Brotherhood satellite broadcasters, namely Muhammad Nasser and Mu’taz Matar, the group began to reckon with its steps and prepare for the repercussions.