The Focal Chamber of Muslims in Germany (ZMD) stripped on Sunday eminent worldwide Muslim Fraternity figure Ibrahim El-Zayat, brother by the marriage of the organizer behind the Muslim Fellowship bunch in Turkey, of his posts in the middle, as per media reports. (Germany’s Central Muslims Council)
This comes as the committee, a prestigious Islamic association with a huge number of Muslim individuals from various identities, held its decisions yesterday in the midst of significant difficulties confronting Muslims in Germany, as per the reports.
Zayat is one of the noticeable worldwide European figures in the Global Association of Muslims. Zayat is believed by the Egyptian government should carry out a 10-year-jail punishment, as indicated by the reports.
Remarking on the news, Eslam El-Katatny, a specialist in political Islamist developments and a Muslim Fraternity dissenter, said the board’s development to oust Zayat is “vital” as he is a “powerful figure” of the worldwide Muslim Fellowship worldwide gathering.
Zayat was one of the ZMD organizers and filled in as the committee’s secretary-general, Katatny said in comments to Additional News on Monday.
“Taking a choice to strip Zayat of all posts he served in [in the council] is a significant stage by the German government and a defining moment for European organizations concerning managing the Fellowship bunch document,” he added.
The Muslim Fraternity bunch has been quick to erroneously present itself as a moderate gathering that is away from viciousness dissimilar to Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS), the specialist said. (Germany’s Central Muslims Council)
He added that the Muslim Fraternity had overwhelmed the ZMD with the previous Preeminent Aide of MB Mahdi Akef being one of its forerunners before.
Zayat is a European Muslim Fellowship figure, who served in numerous significant Islamic associations in Europe and Saudi Arabia. In 2002, Zayat became top of the Islamic People group of Germany, succeeding Ali Ghaleb Himmat, a prestigious figure of the Muslim Fellowship in Europe.
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