The prominent journalist and presenter of Al-Jazeera network, Ahmed Mansour, said that there is what he described as a “hellish plan” that was developed after the Arab Spring revolutions to bring down the Islamic movements, including the Brotherhood, which is what actually happened in Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco.
Ahmed Mansour, in a tweet to him through his official Twitter account, which was monitored by (Watan), stated that this infernal plan was carefully developed for Islamic movements in Arab countries after the Arab Spring.
An infernal plan carefully crafted for the Islamic movements in the Arab countries after the Arab Spring is based on integrating them into the ruling system or involving them in it in order to implicate, weaken, corrupt and fail them, then eliminate them popularly, split their ranks, and then get rid of them as a competing alternative to the regimes for decades. This is what happened in #Egypt And #Tunisia And #Morocco
— A Mansour Ahmed Mansour (@amansouraja) September 11, 2021
Ahmed Mansour talks about the plan to bring down the Islamists in the Arab countries
He explained that it is based on integrating them into the system of government or involving them in it in order to implicate, weaken, corrupt and fail them.
Then eliminate them popularly and split their ranks, then get rid of them as a competing alternative to the regimes for decades, and this is what happened in Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco, according to him.
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Ahmed Mansour’s tweet comes after the fall of the Moroccan Brotherhood, the Justice and Development Party, and their heavy loss in the recent legislative elections.
The defeat of the Justice and Development Party in the Moroccan elections
After the results of the elections were issued in 2011 and 2016 and ran the Moroccan government for 10 years, the ruling Justice and Development Party in Morocco received a resounding defeat, after announcing the victory of the National Rally of Independents in the parliamentary elections with 97 seats, as a result of the counting of 96% of the votes.
The National Rally of Independents is a liberal party participating in Saadeddine El Othmani’s government.
The Justice and Development Party (leader of the outgoing government coalition) ranked 8 with 12 seats, in addition to 12 seats distributed among 12 other parties.
Moroccan Interior Minister Abdelouafi Laftit announced the results late on Wednesday night, and his conference was broadcast on state television, confirming that the National Rally of Independents, a liberal party participating in Saad Eddine El Othmani’s government, won 97 seats after 96% of the votes were counted.
The Authenticity and Modernity Party (the largest opposition party) ranked second in the elections, achieving 82 seats, followed by the Istiqlal Party (opposition) with 78 seats, and the Socialist Union (a leftist participant in the outgoing government coalition) with 35 seats.
The Popular Movement Party (participating in the outgoing government coalition) ranked fifth with 26 seats, then the Progress and Socialism Party (opposition) with 20 seats, and the Constitutional Union Party (participating in the outgoing government coalition) with 18 seats.
The Justice and Development Party had spoken of “serious violations” in the elections.
The fall of the Brotherhood in Morocco was preceded by their fall in Tunisia with the coup of Qais Saeed against the constitution, and in Egypt after a military coup carried out by current President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, when he was Minister of Defense in 2013 against the late President Mohamed Morsi.
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