Global GeoNews editor says Erdogan poses danger to region
CAIRO – Managing Editor-in-Chief of the news site, Global GeoNews, Emmanuel Razavi, said today that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has close relations with the Muslim Brotherhood.
He added at a conference on Turkish interference in the Middle East region and the threats this interference poses to regional and world peace that Turkey had never been a democratic state under Erdogan.
"Erdogan poses danger to the region as a whole because of his links with the Brotherhood," Razavi said.
He added that the Muslim Brotherhood acted as a state within the state in Egypt.
They tried, he said, to establish an Islamic caliphate in Egypt by all means.
"Erdogan follows the same policy," Razavi said.
He said Erdogan is a week president and this has been manifest in the last four years, given the rifts appearing within his country.
"These rifts are induced by his attempts to infiltrate Europe and interfere in it," Razavi said.