Meetings with foreign parties, spreading negative propaganda, and demonstrations in front of foreign embassies are all Brotherhood tools to support their organization, which is on the verge of collapse.
They stressed that the exceptional measures taken by the Tunisian President, Kais Saied, fall within the framework of implementing the constitution, and respond to a broad popular will, especially in light of the political, economic and social crises and the rampant corruption and bribery during the lean Brotherhood rule.
The blackmail and incitement of my brothers were met with widespread popular, partisan and human rights rejection, while Tunisian observers warn that the continuation of spreading rumors and promoting fallacies about the reality of the situation in the country will be the last nail in the coffin of the Brotherhood.
Today, Tuesday, Tunisia Samir Cheffi, the trade union’s assistant secretary-general, told criticized foreign interference in Tunisia’s internal affairs, noting that it has increased and has become blackmailing our country as a result of the incitement of opponents.
The Executive Office of the Tunisian Federation issued a statement saying that “attempts to interfere in Tunisian affairs were numerous” through statements by officials of some countries or by allocating a session to the US Congress on the situation in Tunisia or preparing for a voting session in the European Parliament on October 19.
He added that these activities are carried out through “lobbying companies” and “incitement by some Tunisian opponents of the path brought by the exceptional measures announced by the country’s President Kais Saied on July 25th.”
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Tunisian journalist writer Ayman Ben Omar said that employment is not new to the Brotherhood and its followers. Even before 2011, these people used to go to the embassies of foreign countries to incite them not to support Tunisia or distort their country on the pretext that they are struggling against dictatorship. We mention in particular the “Muslim Brotherhood” and their allies in the framework of what was called “” The October 18 Front, which included figures affiliated with the progressive movement and jurists such as Moncef Marzouki and other figures who had close ties to the Brotherhood after 2011.
The writer specialized in political affairs added to “Sky News Arabia” that “the issue of employment and bullying abroad has emerged clearly and has become the talk of Tunisian public opinion after the exceptional measures taken by the President of the Republic on July 25 with the aim of correcting the course and putting an end to the systematic destruction of the state caused by a corrupt regime system. It is headed by the Brotherhood and some politicians who have criminal activity from businessmen and some politicians who have money laundering issues.”
He explained that “when the Brotherhood was unable to find popular support for their movements against the President of the Republic, they turned to bullying abroad and showed their truth to the Tunisian people that they are nothing more than a mere pawn in the hands of some regional powers.”
He pointed out that “Brotherhood leader Radwan Al-Masmoudi traveled to create an American “lobby” and to win the White House’s affection, and then put pressure on the President of the Republic, Qais Saeed.”
and sought Masmoudi With the support of leaders of countries with ties to the Brotherhood, they contacted a number of American senators and pitted them against the Tunisian president and urged them to put the Tunisian situation on the agenda of the White House at this time. Therefore, some of them, as well as the Assistant National Security Adviser, Jonathan Viner, visited Tunisia and talked about the future of the democratic path. in the country.
Al-Masmoudi, the owner of what is known as the Center for Studies on Islam and Democracy based in Pennsylvania in the United States, is also seeking to join the voice of many associations related to political Islam to send a message to the White House to cut support for Tunisia and force Kais Saied to reinstate Parliament and then resign.
Wolf Ayman bin Omar He indicated that one of the aspects of employment and bullying abroad was what former President Moncef Marzouki did, when he incited France and a number of countries not to hold the Francophone Summit in Tunisia in order to isolate it internationally, and this was in full view of the Tunisian people.
Before he added, “However, the great popular support for the President of the Republic and the support of other brotherly countries such as Egypt, Algeria, Saudi Arabia and the UAE aborted the attempts of bullying abroad.”
He pointed out that the Brotherhood and their allies have become isolated internally and externally, so they have no more than some trumpets and countries known to all that continue to support them, and this gives Tunisians an idea of who is behind these.
To confirm that what is happening in Tunisia regarding the correction of the course is an internal matter, the Tunisian president summoned the American ambassador, Donald Bloom, on Thursday, to protest against the status of the Tunisian issue for discussion in the congressional sessions.
Said stressed that relations between Tunisia and the United States will remain strong, even though a number of Tunisians are trying to distort what is happening in the country and find someone to listen to them abroad.
At the end of last July, Tunisian President Kais Saied issued exceptional constitutional measures that suspended the work of the parliament headed by the leader of the Tunisian Brotherhood, Rashid Ghannouchi, lifted the immunity of its members, and dismissed the government of Hisham Al-Mashishi.