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Egypt State Information Service (SIS)

SIS: Assassinating prosecutor general attests to MB rejection of State of law

Tuesday، 30 June 2015 - 12:00 AM

 

The State Information Service (SIS) condemns with the strongest words assassinating Prosecutor General Counselor Hisham Barakat on Monday morning by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group.
Once again, and as part of its maintained terrorist approach, the Muslim Brotherhood group on Monday morning killed the chief prosecutor while on his way to his office leaving also several other innocent citizens injured.

This obnoxious crime attests again to several facts that some international media outlets would like to disregard or connive at.

These facts include:

First: This heinous crime is a clear confirmation that the terrorist group is maintaining its violent approach through killing and bloodletting together with targeting innocent citizens and intimidating them let alone tampering with the security and stability of the homeland. It also reveals clear attempts by the terrorist group to mislead its allies in the region and abroad.

Second: Targeting the chief prosecutor in particular, who is one of the highest symbols of the Egyptian judiciary who expresses the conscience of the people and society, is a new confirmation that the terrorist group rejects the State of the law and even rejects the idea of the Egyptian State in the first place. It also confirms the violent approach adopted by the terrorist group to create chaos.

Targeting symbols of the judiciary today is an extension of the black history of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood as they assassinated Counselor Ahmed el-Khazendar on March 22, 1948 who was looking into cases of murder and arson that were committed by MB members. They also killed three young judges in Arish city on 16/5/2015.

Also, the crime is a continuation of their targeting of men of the judiciary and its institutions. This approach reached its zenith when the MB group assumed power in Egypt. Such practices included blockading the highest judicial body in Egypt and threatening judges in an attempt to undermine the State of the Law and using instead the law of the group which is an identical copy of the law of Daesh terrorist group that is now applied in the regions that fell under the control of terrorist groups, which are an extension of the terrorist Brotherhood group.

Third: This crime is part of a terrorist plot that the world has recently seen in Tunisia, Kuwait and France. It is also an extension of the crimes committed by Daesh in Iraq and Syria as the Brotherhood group is part, not even the source, of all other terrorist groups that adopt the same ideology which is hostile to civilization and all forms of stability and human progress.

Fourth: This crime is another message to the whole world, especially to international mass media outlets, which still lack a clear vision about the real battle, that Egypt is waging against terrorism, and reject to admit the terrorist nature of this group who hates the Egyptian people and denies them their right to life, progress and stability.

Fifth: These terrorist crimes will not sap the power of the Egyptian State and its insistence to arrest both terrorists and instigators and refer them to court.

The SIS would like to assert that solidarity between the Egyptian people and their leaders will eventually uproot terrorism. These criminal attempts will only lead to more isolation of this group and will only add to the hatred harbored by the Egyptian people for it. The Egyptian people will emerge victorious in this battle to resume their contributions to human civilization.

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