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America may include the largest Sunni parties on the terrorism list

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America may include the largest Sunni parties on the terrorism list

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:53 pm

America may include the largest Sunni parties on the terrorism list

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Members of the US Congress have held consultations on the inclusion of the extremist Muslim Brotherhood in terrorist organizations, where the legislative initiative is based on the militant group's involvement in violence and posing a threat to US interests abroad, experts said.
The Senate National Security Committee in the House of Representatives is examining the extent of the threats posed by the MB and affiliates, as well as possible ways to counter the terrorist threat to the group.

Wednesday's consultations come in the context of efforts begun in 2015 to persuade former US President Barack Obama to include the Muslim Brotherhood in terrorist groups.

The claimants of the Ikhwan organization within terrorist groups were based on the violent actions of their extremists in a number of Arab countries that witnessed events after 2011.

But the initiative did not make progress under Obama, given the US State Department's preference for opening-up policy.

President Donald Trump's arrival marked a shift in US foreign policy, with the White House's new administration classifying several organizations linked to the Brotherhood as terrorist groups.

The head of the National Security Subcommittee, Ron Desants, said in a press statement that Washington's policy failed to address the approach of violence in the terrorist organization and support of the militant groups.

Desantis, a Florida Republican, said the Brotherhood was a "malicious force" and called on US foreign policy to reflect this indisputable fact.

US experts have criticized the continuation of countries supposedly allied to Washington such as Turkey and Qatar in their generous support of the Muslim Brotherhood despite its dark record of supporting chaos and undermining stability in more than one country, Frei Becken said.


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