The details of using the name of Emirates by Brotherhood in extremist activities in London
The Source: ALYAMAN ALARABY Online \ Saleh Ahmed - Saturday 25 / Mar. / 2017
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In November 25, 2013 the London-based newspaper The Daily Telegraph
reported that the London-based Emirates Center for Human Rights
organized two seminars in both Houses of Parliament in March and
September, and called for them bodies linked to the Muslim Brotherhood
and Hamas represented in the "Islamic Foundation of Cordoba," which
described by British Prime Minister David Cameron as "the political
facade of the Muslim Brotherhood."
The newspaper said in a report published the day before yesterday, titled "Terrorist Group Meeting in Parliament", that the activities organized in the House of Commons, which participated in by the Islamic Foundation of Cordoba, carried out by the Emirates Center for Human Rights, allegedly it is a moderate campaign against human rights abuses in the Arabian Gulf region, but part of the agenda of these activities has emerged as the expectation of an end to the ruling regimes in the region.
The main speaker at the meeting, Christopher Davidson, the author of "The Next Collapse of the Gulf Kingdoms", Also the front of the Emirates Center for Human Rights is a young white British named Rory Dunaghi.
The center did not mention on its website or in other publications anything about its relationship with the Islamic Foundation of Cordoba, described by British Prime Minister David Cameron as "the political facade of the Muslim Brotherhood."
But the British newspaper The Telegraph confirmed that Emirates Center for Human Rights registered by Malath Scahr, the former director of the Foundation of Cordoba, and Ms Skahir is the wife of Anas al-Tikriti, current CEO of the Foundation of Cordoba, and the main person who defends the interests of the Muslim Brotherhood in Britain.
There are a lot of similar aspects between the current agenda of Cordoba Foundation , which discuss the available chance for the & collapse of current regimes , and the Brotherhood agenda . Cordoba is working closely with other British extremist groups, which aspire to establish an Islamic dictatorship or establish a Caliphate state in Europe.
Takriti worked as the official spokesman for the British Muslim Initiative, which is closely linked to Hamas. The director of the initiative, Mohammed Sawalha, is an important figure in Hamas, which the BBC said about him that he was "one of the architects of Hamas' political and military strategy."
"Anas al-Tikriti helped in establishing the Emirates Center for Human Rights but he has nothing to do with it now.", Donaghi said adding "I work now with Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and others on a range of issues, from migrant workers to victims of rape and foreign expatriates, I am not the front of anyone ".
The March meeting was organized in partnership with the All-Party Parliamentary Group for human rights.
Members of parliament, who attended the meeting, said they had no idea about the relations between the Emirates Center for Human Rights and other Islamic parties.
"I was asked to chair the meeting as a staff member of All-Party Parliamentary Group for human rights, and I was not aware of the group's relations, which I will discuss with my colleagues in the group," MP Dorkin, a member of parliament from the Social Democratic Party said.