British Arab Network Chairman says Muslim Brotherhood are not a homogenous group in Al-Hurra TV interview21 Mar 2015, by In the Media in
In an interview with Al-Hurra TV, Dr. Wafik Moustafa, Chairman of the British Arab Network, has said the Muslim Brotherhood are a broad body of political and ideological thought and are not a homogenous group. He was speaking after a further delay was announced by the U.K. Government to the publication of its report on the Muslim Brotherhood.
Dr. Moustafa said that the report should be published so its findings can be scrutinised by parliament, the media and the public. He added that clearly some individuals and affiliated groups in the Muslim Brotherhood may need greater scrutiny but a substantial part of its membership operate within the legitimate boundaries of the state. He called on the British Government to support and facilitate greater dialogue and reconciliation in Arab world.
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