Qatar renounces deporting Muslim Brothers leaders -report

Qatar has renounced deporting Muslim Brothers leaders, Egyptian media reported.

Qatar renounces deporting Muslim Brothers leaders -report

World Bulletin/News Desk

Qatar has renounced deporting Muslim Brothers' 7 leaders, and allowed them to return the Qatar, Egyptian media reported.

Some of them have come back, after Qatar's decision about not deporting Muslim Brothers' 7 leaders, and allowing them to return Qatar, Egypt's daily al-Mısri al-Yawm claimed.

Jemal Abdulsettar and Assam Telmiye are among the leaders of Muslim Brothers there, according to the Brotherhood's sources.

The Qatar government accepted Yusuf al-Karadawi and Mahmud Husein's demands for not to deport Doha, and all 7 of Muslim Brothers leaders are in Qatar now, except for Amr Derrac in Turkey because of some visits on business.

Qatar asked for the Brotherhood leaders not to speak to the media and not to give opinion against any of the Gulf countries.

Qatar announced deporting of Muslim brothers leaders at first because it wanted to convince Gulf countries to allow them to be there, one of the Muslim Brothers leaders Husein Abdurrahman said in a statement.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 25 Ekim 2014, 16:32

Muhammed Öylek

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