Abdul Rahim Ali reveals relationship between Daesh’s dismantling, MB’s fall
Dr. Abdul Rahim Ali, President of the Center for Middle East Studies in Paris, revealed what was behind the scenes before the announcement of the Daesh terrorist organization. He pointed out that on June 29, 2014, the Islamic caliphate in Iraq and the Levant was declared and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was declared a caliph.
The head of the Center for Middle East Studies in Paris added that it was agreed between Europe and the US on the end of the Daesh organization in mid-2017, the security apparatuses decided to eliminate the terrorist organization. That was really done and Daesh left Iraq and then Syria.
Ali questioned, "Is there a connection between the dismantling of Daesh, the fall of the Brotherhood in Egypt, the disintegration of the Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe in January 2017 and directing the organization’s force to Europe?”
The head of the Center for Middle East Studies in Paris, said statistics show that more than 40,000 foreign fighters from more than 110 countries joined the so-called "Islamic State" before and after the "Caliphate Declaration" in June 2014, in addition to the remarkable rise in the number of women who joined Daesh. Moreover, since 2015 there has been a marked increase in the number of foreign women and children traveling to Syria and Iraq, and an increase in the number of children born in the areas controlled by Daesh.
This came during a lecture by Dr. Abdel Rahim Ali, President of the Center for Middle East Studies in Paris, at the French parliament on the phase of post-Islamic State terrorism, the dangers of financing terrorism exported to Europe, and the role of the Muslim Brotherhood and its international organization in preparing for that phase.