An episode of “Above Authority” program (18/6/2021) dealt with the topics: the march of cold flags against the one flag of Palestine. The UAE Foreign Minister bid farewell to Ashkenazi and eagerly receives Lapid.
It also dealt with: Brotherhood leaders to execution, and a judge asks the Sheikh why do you pray for the Prophet? Qais Saeed calls on his government to hold accountable the abusers of his Facebook account. Haftar’s generals in Libya are also failing to bury their victims. Faraj Lebanon looks out from Najwa’s party in Riyadh, which brought together Wael and Elissa after a dispute.
Amnesty International called on the Egyptian authorities to retry those convicted in the case of the dispersal of the sit-in Rabaa Al-Adawiya Square – in the Egyptian capital, Cairo on August 14, 2013 – according to fair procedures, after the Egyptian Court of Cassation sent 12 leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood to death.
Among the most prominent names included in the judge’s decision: Abdul Rahman Al-Bar, Muhammad Al-Beltagy, Safwat Hijazi, Osama Yassin, and Issam Al-Erian, whose death the call was terminated, and it seems that the Muslim Brotherhood – for whom imaginary charges are detailed around the world – are alone in this world, and they have no choice but to repeat What their guide, Muhammad Badi’, said: “We will meet in the Divine Court of Justice on the Day of Resurrection.”
The hearing of the testimony of the Egyptian preacher Muhammad Hussein Yaqoub, the witness in the case known as “ISIS Imbaba” witnessed a question that is considered the strangest since the establishment of courts in the third world countries, when the judge asked the Sheikh: Why do you begin your speech by praying for the Prophet? (prophet Muhammad peace be upon him).
Sheikh Yaqoub entered the court as a witness, but observers believe that he turned into a defendant in one of the Inquisitions about intentions and doctrine. The judge asked him about the Salafist thought and its content, so that the judge returned and explained Sheikh Yaqoub’s answer that he was not Salafi, so the Sheikh replied, “I am a Muslim.”