Ali: Brotherhood paid billions of dollars to win over the European Parliament
MP Abdel Rahim Ali, the Director of the Middle East Center for Studies in Paris (CEMO) and editor-in-chief of Al-Bawaba News, said on Wednesday that the Muslim Brotherhood organization had paid billions of dollars to the Qatari Public Prosecutor to buy the European Parliament.
"They think we don’t know that, but we know all of this,” he told a seminar organized by CEMO.
MP Ali wondered how a country like Qatar of a population totaling around 250,000 people control the entire European Parliament.
Ali said he had warned the French General Intelligence Coordinator of the Brotherhood’s plans to destroy the European community.
Titled "Human Rights at the Time of War on Terrorism and social Crises: Between Idealism and Realism", the seminar is moderated by Ahmed Youssef, CEMO's executive director.
Speaking at the seminar – apart from Ali – will be General Robert Pryce, the former commander of French troops in Yugoslavia, the former director of the Anfalid military museum, and the current president of the Napoleon Foundation.
Gilbert Sinuet, a French journalist and writer who accompanied French President Emmanuel Macaron during his latest visit to Egypt, will also speak at the seminar, along with Roland Lombardi from the French National Institute for Studies and Research of the Islamic and Arab Worlds.