The occupation continues its violations: arrests, raids, targeting of fishermen, storming Al-Aqsa and Sheikh Jarrah

The occupation continues its violations: arrests, raids, targeting of fishermen, storming Al-Aqsa and Sheikh Jarrah  Governorates Wafa - Monday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as they arrested 17 citizens, seized a vehicle and searched several homes in Hebron, obstructing the movement of citizens northwest of Jerusalem, and targeting citizens with machine gun fire in the central Gaza Strip. Gaza, while settlers continued their storming of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and storming the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.   17 people arrested  In Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate, the occupation forces arrested 4 students from Birzeit University, they are: Nader Oweidat, Hamza Zalloum, Muhammad Qassem, and Yehia Al-Qarout, after they raided the university housing in the town.  It also arrested the citizen Islam Al-Taweel from his home in the city of Al-Bireh, the citizen Imad Abu Awad from his home in the Al-Jinan neighborhood in the city, and the citizen Muhammad Ali Nazmi Qandah, from the village of Abu Shkhaydam, north of Ramallah, after she held him for hours at Atara military checkpoint.  In the Jenin governorate, the occupation forces arrested 3 citizens: Mahdi Faleh Zakarna from Qabatiya, Ammar Muhammad Shaheen, and Muhammad Abdullah Al-Sharafi from Faqqu’a, after they raided and searched the homes of their relatives, while they raided the house of the young Rami Yassin and tampered with its contents in the village of Deir Abu Weak eastern province.  In the Jericho governorate, the occupation forces arrested 3 citizens: the Secretary of the "Fatah" movement in Jericho and the Jordan Valley, Nael Abu al-Asal, and citizens Omar Kaabneh and Shaker Amara, after they raided and searched their homes in Aqabat Jabr camp in the south.  In the Bethlehem Governorate, the occupation forces arrested two citizens from Al-Azza and Aida refugee camps, north of the governorate. They are: Moaz Abdul-Jabbar Abu Tarboush (33 years), from Al-Azza camp, and Ibrahim Yasser Abu Srour from Aida camp, after they raided and searched their homes.  In the Hebron governorate, the occupation forces arrested the young Ahmed Ibrahim Abdullah Abu Dhari  ' from the town of Beit Awa in the southwest of the governorate .  In Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation forces arrested, on Monday evening , 20 -year-old Abd al- Rahman al- Bashiti , from the Old City of occupied Jerusalem .     The occupation seizes a vehicle and searches several homes in Hebron and impedes the movement of citizens northwest of Jerusalem  The occupation forces seized a vehicle near the Old City of Hebron, owned by Maher Zuhair Abu Mazar.   The occupation forces also searched several houses in the town of Beit Awa, whose owners were known by the citizen Abdul Majeed Al-Masalmeh, and set up several military checkpoints at the entrances to the towns of Halhul, Beit Awa and Sa`ir, and the northern entrance to the city of Hebron .  And the Israeli occupation forces set up a military checkpoint at the entrance to the town of Biddu, northwest of occupied Jerusalem .  According to local sources, the occupation soldiers stopped the citizens' vehicles and checked their ID cards, which caused a crisis in the place.     Dozens of settlers storm Al-Aqsa and Ben Gvir storms Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood  Dozens of settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque, under the protection of the Israeli occupation police .  Our correspondent in Jerusalem reported that dozens of settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, carried out provocative tours and performed racist Talmudic rituals in the mosque’s squares and courtyards, especially the eastern area of ​​it. Facilitating the storming process and preventing worshipers from approaching the eastern region of Al-Aqsa.  She added that 150 students from Columbia University from the United States of America, accompanied by the Judaizing Organization (Bedino), and led by female guides from the alleged Temple groups, stormed Al-Aqsa and carried out provocative tours inside the courtyard of the rock and in the corners of Al-Aqsa .  The extremist Knesset member Itamar Ben Gvir, accompanied by settlers, stormed the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, east of occupied Jerusalem .  According to our correspondent, bin Ghafir stormed the "western part" of the Sheikh neighborhood and headed to his office "the tent", which was built on the land of the Salem family, accompanied by a number of settlers, who tried to attack the Jerusalemite activist Muhammad Abu al-Hummus, under the protection of the occupation police, who were deployed in the vicinity Bin Ghafir's provocative tent .     The occupation forces target civilians and penetrate east of Al-Bureij in the middle of the Gaza Strip  The occupation forces fired heavy machine guns at agricultural lands east of Khan Yunis governorate, in the south of the Gaza Strip and the central governorate .  Our correspondent reported that the occupation forces stationed in military towers east of Khan Yunis fired their machine guns at agricultural lands east of Khuza'a town, and the town of Qarara, northeast of the governorate .  He said that the occupation forces stationed in the east of the central governorate opened fire on agricultural lands east of Wadi al-Salqa town, southeast of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip and forced the farmers to withdraw from their lands without reporting any injuries .  Our correspondent pointed out that the Israeli gunboats stationed in the sea of ​​Gaza opened their machine guns towards the fishermen's boats operating in the open sea of ​​the Zahra area, southwest of the governorate .  The Israeli gunboats also opened fire with their heavy machine guns towards the fishermen's boats operating in the open seas of Khan Yunis and Rafah, forcing them to withdraw and retreat, without any casualties among their ranks .  On the other hand, several Israeli bulldozers and tanks penetrated east of Al-Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip, and carried out bulldozing and sabotage operations in the place .

Governorates Wafa - Monday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as they arrested 17 citizens, seized a vehicle and searched several homes in Hebron, obstructing the movement of citizens northwest of Jerusalem, and targeting citizens with machine gun fire in the central Gaza Strip. Gaza, while settlers continued their storming of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and storming the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.

17 people arrested
In Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate, the occupation forces arrested 4 students from Birzeit University, they are: Nader Oweidat, Hamza Zalloum, Muhammad Qassem, and Yehia Al-Qarout, after they raided the university housing in the town.

It also arrested the citizen Islam Al-Taweel from his home in the city of Al-Bireh, the citizen Imad Abu Awad from his home in the Al-Jinan neighborhood in the city, and the citizen Muhammad Ali Nazmi Qandah, from the village of Abu Shkhaydam, north of Ramallah, after she held him for hours at Atara military checkpoint.

In the Jenin governorate, the occupation forces arrested 3 citizens: Mahdi Faleh Zakarna from Qabatiya, Ammar Muhammad Shaheen, and Muhammad Abdullah Al-Sharafi from Faqqu’a, after they raided and searched the homes of their relatives, while they raided the house of the young Rami Yassin and tampered with its contents in the village of Deir Abu Weak eastern province.

In the Jericho governorate, the occupation forces arrested 3 citizens: the Secretary of the "Fatah" movement in Jericho and the Jordan Valley, Nael Abu al-Asal, and citizens Omar Kaabneh and Shaker Amara, after they raided and searched their homes in Aqabat Jabr camp in the south.

In the Bethlehem Governorate, the occupation forces arrested two citizens from Al-Azza and Aida refugee camps, north of the governorate. They are: Moaz Abdul-Jabbar Abu Tarboush (33 years), from Al-Azza camp, and Ibrahim Yasser Abu Srour from Aida camp, after they raided and searched their homes.

In the Hebron governorate, the occupation forces arrested the young Ahmed Ibrahim Abdullah Abu Dhari  ' from the town of Beit Awa in the southwest of the governorate .

In Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation forces arrested, on Monday evening , 20 -year-old Abd al- Rahman al- Bashiti , from the Old City of occupied Jerusalem .

The occupation seizes a vehicle and searches several homes in Hebron and impedes the movement of citizens northwest of Jerusalem

The occupation forces seized a vehicle near the Old City of Hebron, owned by Maher Zuhair Abu Mazar.

The occupation forces also searched several houses in the town of Beit Awa, whose owners were known by the citizen Abdul Majeed Al-Masalmeh, and set up several military checkpoints at the entrances to the towns of Halhul, Beit Awa and Sa`ir, and the northern entrance to the city of Hebron .

And the Israeli occupation forces set up a military checkpoint at the entrance to the town of Biddu, northwest of occupied Jerusalem .

According to local sources, the occupation soldiers stopped the citizens' vehicles and checked their ID cards, which caused a crisis in the place.

Dozens of settlers storm Al-Aqsa and Ben Gvir storms Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood
Dozens of settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque, under the protection of the Israeli occupation police .

Our correspondent in Jerusalem reported that dozens of settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, carried out provocative tours and performed racist Talmudic rituals in the mosque’s squares and courtyards, especially the eastern area of ​​it. Facilitating the storming process and preventing worshipers from approaching the eastern region of Al-Aqsa.

She added that 150 students from Columbia University from the United States of America, accompanied by the Judaizing Organization (Bedino), and led by female guides from the alleged Temple groups, stormed Al-Aqsa and carried out provocative tours inside the courtyard of the rock and in the corners of Al-Aqsa .

The extremist Knesset member Itamar Ben Gvir, accompanied by settlers, stormed the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, east of occupied Jerusalem .

According to our correspondent, bin Ghafir stormed the "western part" of the Sheikh neighborhood and headed to his office "the tent", which was built on the land of the Salem family, accompanied by a number of settlers, who tried to attack the Jerusalemite activist Muhammad Abu al-Hummus, under the protection of the occupation police, who were deployed in the vicinity Bin Ghafir's provocative tent .

The occupation forces target civilians and penetrate east of Al-Bureij in the middle of the Gaza Strip

The occupation forces fired heavy machine guns at agricultural lands east of Khan Yunis governorate, in the south of the Gaza Strip and the central governorate .

Our correspondent reported that the occupation forces stationed in military towers east of Khan Yunis fired their machine guns at agricultural lands east of Khuza'a town, and the town of Qarara, northeast of the governorate .

He said that the occupation forces stationed in the east of the central governorate opened fire on agricultural lands east of Wadi al-Salqa town, southeast of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip and forced the farmers to withdraw from their lands without reporting any injuries .

Our correspondent pointed out that the Israeli gunboats stationed in the sea of ​​Gaza opened their machine guns towards the fishermen's boats operating in the open sea of ​​the Zahra area, southwest of the governorate .

The Israeli gunboats also opened fire with their heavy machine guns towards the fishermen's boats operating in the open seas of Khan Yunis and Rafah, forcing them to withdraw and retreat, without any casualties among their ranks .

On the other hand, several Israeli bulldozers and tanks penetrated east of Al-Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip, and carried out bulldozing and sabotage operations in the place .

The Hill: America's tensions with the Gulf states make it more difficult to raise oil levels  The Hill website published a report in which Laura Kelly and Rachel Franzen said that US-Saudi tensions complicate efforts to obtain more oil. They said that the tense relations between Washington and Riyadh are an obstacle to the Joe Biden administration to persuade Saudi Arabia to increase oil production rates, which may provide some kind of assistance to consumers amid high prices, exacerbated by the war in Ukraine . The report stated that the US government has been critical of the Saudis since journalist Jamal Khashoggi was dragged into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018.  She says the human rights record and tensions over the Yemen war, which have led to criticism from Congress, have added to the tension between the two countries. It puts this administration in a difficult position as it tries to persuade Saudi Arabia and the UAE to increase oil production. "I hate the fact that we're asking the Saudis to increase oil production," Democratic Representative Tom Malinowski said. And “I hate the administration to look for a way to have an influence card in relations with Saudi Arabia in order to push them to work so that the members of my electoral district do not feel that they are under pressure at the gas stations.”   Saudi Arabia's control over strategic oil reserves may force the Biden administration, which is facing midterm elections, to introduce some measures to ease the burden on consumers amid high inflation rates and an increase in gas prices, and to reconsider its strategy from Riyadh. At the beginning of his rule, President Biden tried to reposition his relations with Riyadh as pragmatic and focused on common security interests and energy needs, while at the same time talking about its concerns about human rights in the kingdom. This is an approach that contrasts greatly with the Trump administration, which expressed a friendship and personally dealt with Riyadh, which gave it an open check and supported its devastating war in Yemen.  However, Biden's policy has put America at a bad point in a time of international need. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is said to have refused a call from President Biden as part of attempts to communicate with the Saudis in the early days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The White House denied what was reported in the "Wall Street Journal" and described it as "inaccurate." "The president is focused on moving our relationship forward and working together when we can cooperate and how we work together on security and economic matters here, and he looks forward to continuing to do so," he told reporters.  The report indicated that the increase in fuel prices put Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in a strategic position and a position of strength with the rest of the members of the OPEC Plus group. Saudi Arabia and the UAE can add more oil because they have "extra capacity" from barrels of oil, can move quickly and be able to continue production for a long time. But Riyadh and Abu Dhabi have resisted calls to increase oil production, given the agreement between them and Russia and the strengthening of their economies. “Saudi Arabia and to a lesser extent the UAE depend on the OPEC Plus agreement with Russia as a basis for national development and economic transformation processes,” said Hussein Ibish of the Arab Gulf States Institute.  Saudi Arabia and the UAE have resisted issuing outspoken statements denouncing the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and their senior officials have criticized the United States. In an interview with The Atlantic, Mohammed bin Salman, who was determined by US intelligence to have ordered the arrest or murder of Jamal Khashoggi, said he "doesn't care what Biden thinks" and suggested that alienating the US president would harm the royal family. "It is his right to think about American interests" and "go for it," he said. US officials visited Saudi Arabia on February 17 in an attempt to push Riyadh to increase its oil production before the Russian invasion. US State Department spokesman Ned Price said that officials are in daily contact with Saudi officials, but with the Emiratis they want to raise their grievances with the United States.  Yousef al-Otaiba, the UAE's ambassador to Washington, said last month that relations between Abu Dhabi and Washington are going through a phase of tension, "but I am confident that we can get out of it and get to a better place." The UAE is awaiting delivery of a shipment of F-35 fighters, and has asked the Biden administration to put the Houthi group back on the list of terrorist groups. The president has said he is considering restrictions on movement and reclassification, but human rights groups and Democratic lawmakers have warned that they will prevent the administration from delivering the fighters to the UAE.  Tensions between countries in the region and the United States are part of the general feeling about America's retreat from the region, said Kathleen Power, a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Studies and a former Treasury official who has worked in the Gulf and Israel. sense or perception that the United States has not been a reliable partner in the past.”  For some, warming relations with Gulf states in exchange for increased oil is analogous to accepting Russian oil because all of these states are responsible for human rights abuses. In the first month in office, Biden halted US support for the war due to human rights abuses. “I think what the Saudis did in Yemen was bad, but no one paid attention to it,” said William Hartung, a researcher at the Quincy Institute. “I think if some of the pressure Saudi Arabia is feeling, it would have stopped the war in Yemen.” And Republicans made the issue of high oil prices the main subject of attack on Biden. Although international factors are the main reason behind the rise in oil prices, not Biden's policies. Republicans and a number of members of the administration paid to explore for American oil.  "We are at war, we are in a state of emergency, and we have to responsibly increase supplies in the short term," Energy Secretary Jennifer Graholm said. It is an approach supported by allied countries with America, such as Greece. "I don't think we should count on Russia and the Gulf countries to import oil, and we should look to America as an option," it quoted the Greek deputy foreign minister as saying.

The Hill: America's tensions with the Gulf states make it more difficult to raise oil levels


The Hill website published a report in which Laura Kelly and Rachel Franzen said that US-Saudi tensions complicate efforts to obtain more oil. They said that the tense relations between Washington and Riyadh are an obstacle to the Joe Biden administration to persuade Saudi Arabia to increase oil production rates, which may provide some kind of assistance to consumers amid high prices, exacerbated by the war in Ukraine . The report stated that the US government has been critical of the Saudis since journalist Jamal Khashoggi was dragged into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018.

She says the human rights record and tensions over the Yemen war, which have led to criticism from Congress, have added to the tension between the two countries. It puts this administration in a difficult position as it tries to persuade Saudi Arabia and the UAE to increase oil production. "I hate the fact that we're asking the Saudis to increase oil production," Democratic Representative Tom Malinowski said. And “I hate the administration to look for a way to have an influence card in relations with Saudi Arabia in order to push them to work so that the members of my electoral district do not feel that they are under pressure at the gas stations.”

 Saudi Arabia's control over strategic oil reserves may force the Biden administration, which is facing midterm elections, to introduce some measures to ease the burden on consumers amid high inflation rates and an increase in gas prices, and to reconsider its strategy from Riyadh. At the beginning of his rule, President Biden tried to reposition his relations with Riyadh as pragmatic and focused on common security interests and energy needs, while at the same time talking about its concerns about human rights in the kingdom. This is an approach that contrasts greatly with the Trump administration, which expressed a friendship and personally dealt with Riyadh, which gave it an open check and supported its devastating war in Yemen.

However, Biden's policy has put America at a bad point in a time of international need. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is said to have refused a call from President Biden as part of attempts to communicate with the Saudis in the early days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The White House denied what was reported in the "Wall Street Journal" and described it as "inaccurate." "The president is focused on moving our relationship forward and working together when we can cooperate and how we work together on security and economic matters here, and he looks forward to continuing to do so," he told reporters.

The report indicated that the increase in fuel prices put Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in a strategic position and a position of strength with the rest of the members of the OPEC Plus group. Saudi Arabia and the UAE can add more oil because they have "extra capacity" from barrels of oil, can move quickly and be able to continue production for a long time. But Riyadh and Abu Dhabi have resisted calls to increase oil production, given the agreement between them and Russia and the strengthening of their economies. “Saudi Arabia and to a lesser extent the UAE depend on the OPEC Plus agreement with Russia as a basis for national development and economic transformation processes,” said Hussein Ibish of the Arab Gulf States Institute.

Saudi Arabia and the UAE have resisted issuing outspoken statements denouncing the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and their senior officials have criticized the United States. In an interview with The Atlantic, Mohammed bin Salman, who was determined by US intelligence to have ordered the arrest or murder of Jamal Khashoggi, said he "doesn't care what Biden thinks" and suggested that alienating the US president would harm the royal family. "It is his right to think about American interests" and "go for it," he said. US officials visited Saudi Arabia on February 17 in an attempt to push Riyadh to increase its oil production before the Russian invasion. US State Department spokesman Ned Price said that officials are in daily contact with Saudi officials, but with the Emiratis they want to raise their grievances with the United States.

Yousef al-Otaiba, the UAE's ambassador to Washington, said last month that relations between Abu Dhabi and Washington are going through a phase of tension, "but I am confident that we can get out of it and get to a better place." The UAE is awaiting delivery of a shipment of F-35 fighters, and has asked the Biden administration to put the Houthi group back on the list of terrorist groups. The president has said he is considering restrictions on movement and reclassification, but human rights groups and Democratic lawmakers have warned that they will prevent the administration from delivering the fighters to the UAE.

Tensions between countries in the region and the United States are part of the general feeling about America's retreat from the region, said Kathleen Power, a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Studies and a former Treasury official who has worked in the Gulf and Israel. sense or perception that the United States has not been a reliable partner in the past.”

For some, warming relations with Gulf states in exchange for increased oil is analogous to accepting Russian oil because all of these states are responsible for human rights abuses. In the first month in office, Biden halted US support for the war due to human rights abuses. “I think what the Saudis did in Yemen was bad, but no one paid attention to it,” said William Hartung, a researcher at the Quincy Institute. “I think if some of the pressure Saudi Arabia is feeling, it would have stopped the war in Yemen.” And Republicans made the issue of high oil prices the main subject of attack on Biden. Although international factors are the main reason behind the rise in oil prices, not Biden's policies. Republicans and a number of members of the administration paid to explore for American oil.

"We are at war, we are in a state of emergency, and we have to responsibly increase supplies in the short term," Energy Secretary Jennifer Graholm said. It is an approach supported by allied countries with America, such as Greece. "I don't think we should count on Russia and the Gulf countries to import oil, and we should look to America as an option," it quoted the Greek deputy foreign minister as saying.

Tariq Al-Suwaidan "Not with the revolutions" .. The Brotherhood's plan to rotate themselves Social networking sites were ignited by dozens of tweets and videos revealing the Brotherhood's coup against its positions.  Brotherhood personality skills Kuwait - Twitter users in the Arab Gulf prepared what they called an “account statement” for Kuwaiti preacher Tariq Al-Suwaidan, after saying that he was “not with the revolutions.”  Al-Suwaidan, who is considered one of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Gulf, said during an interview with the Omani "Hala FM" radio that "with the waves of the Arab Spring and with the tumult that was in it, many of our opinions did not reach the people clearly." He added, “I say it clearly, I am not with revolutions, I believe that revolutions lead to destruction, and lead to destruction, and lead to misfortunes for peoples. After any revolution, people go through an average of 13 years of instability, some countries more and some less.”  Al-Suwaidan even went further when he held people responsible for the misunderstanding of his positions, saying, “Some people thought that I was with the revolutions, no, we are not with the revolutions because these revolutions occurred and I had no role in making them and I had no role in supporting them financially or with weapons, not mine. Any role in it, I did not get into this at all.”  Under the slogan "Believe it or not", social networking sites ignited with dozens of tweets and videos revealing the "antichrist" Brotherhood's coup against its positions with previous statements calling on peoples to revolt against their rulers and considering this an act of jihad and self-sacrifice for the sake of freedom and dignity.   Commentators republished a tweet by Sweden that he wrote on his Twitter account on the 28th of September 2016, in which he asked, "Which do you prefer, security with humiliation or freedom with revolution?"  Kuwaiti media, Fajr Al-Saeed, expressed her astonishment at the reversal of Al-Suwaidan's positions to the contrary. And she tweeted:   On the other hand, bloggers made comparisons between the Brotherhood and prostitutes, and an account said in this context:  TurkeyAffairs@  The difference between the Brotherhood and the prostitutes is that the prostitutes do not change their skin and convictions easily while the Brotherhood does. The prostitutes have limited and personal harm, while the Brotherhood harms an entire nation and because of them thousands are killed, so we say that even prostitutes are purer, nobler and honorable than the Brotherhood.  On the other hand, tweeters considered what Al-Suwaidan is doing as intellectual hypocrisy and attempts to spin the Muslim Brotherhood under the slogan “God forgives the past.” And the Saudi academic, Haila Al-Mushawah , had previously warned in a tweet against recycling the Brotherhood:   Containment and recycling the remnants of the Brotherhood and Sururiya to the scene again and trying to patch them up and restore what was cracked from them at the time of the Arab Spring is not new.. Its history is old, history teaches us, but we need to read reality with a wide eye.  Tweeters recalled what they described as the "black history" of Sweden. Al-Suwaidan, who is followed by millions on Twitter, had previously introduced himself in a lecture in Yemen as a leader in the Muslim Brotherhood. Activists published a recording of Sweden in which he asserted that he did not see a radical change in the future of the Arab Gulf except for a conflict within the ruling families themselves.  He also talked about his training of more than 70,000 young people, as the international organization of the Brotherhood seeks to recruit young people in a number of countries, especially Saudi students on scholarships.

Tariq Al-Suwaidan "Not with the revolutions" The Brotherhood's plan to rotate themselves

Social networking sites were ignited by dozens of tweets and videos revealing the Brotherhood's coup against its positions.

Brotherhood personality skills
Kuwait - Twitter users in the Arab Gulf prepared what they called an “account statement” for Kuwaiti preacher Tariq Al-Suwaidan, after saying that he was “not with the revolutions.”

Al-Suwaidan, who is considered one of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Gulf, said during an interview with the Omani "Hala FM" radio that "with the waves of the Arab Spring and with the tumult that was in it, many of our opinions did not reach the people clearly." He added, “I say it clearly, I am not with revolutions, I believe that revolutions lead to destruction, and lead to destruction, and lead to misfortunes for peoples. After any revolution, people go through an average of 13 years of instability, some countries more and some less.”

Al-Suwaidan even went further when he held people responsible for the misunderstanding of his positions, saying, “Some people thought that I was with the revolutions, no, we are not with the revolutions because these revolutions occurred and I had no role in making them and I had no role in supporting them financially or with weapons, not mine. Any role in it, I did not get into this at all.”

Under the slogan "Believe it or not", social networking sites ignited with dozens of tweets and videos revealing the "antichrist" Brotherhood's coup against its positions with previous statements calling on peoples to revolt against their rulers and considering this an act of jihad and self-sacrifice for the sake of freedom and dignity.

Commentators republished a tweet by Sweden that he wrote on his Twitter account on the 28th of September 2016, in which he asked, "Which do you prefer, security with humiliation or freedom with revolution?"

Kuwaiti media, Fajr Al-Saeed, expressed her astonishment at the reversal of Al-Suwaidan's positions to the contrary. And she tweeted:

On the other hand, bloggers made comparisons between the Brotherhood and prostitutes, and an account said in this context:

The difference between the Brotherhood and the prostitutes is that the prostitutes do not change their skin and convictions easily while the Brotherhood does. The prostitutes have limited and personal harm, while the Brotherhood harms an entire nation and because of them thousands are killed, so we say that even prostitutes are purer, nobler and honorable than the Brotherhood.

On the other hand, tweeters considered what Al-Suwaidan is doing as intellectual hypocrisy and attempts to spin the Muslim Brotherhood under the slogan “God forgives the past.” And the Saudi academic, Haila Al-Mushawah , had previously warned in a tweet against recycling the Brotherhood:

Containment and recycling the remnants of the Brotherhood and Sururiya to the scene again and trying to patch them up and restore what was cracked from them at the time of the Arab Spring is not new.. Its history is old, history teaches us, but we need to read reality with a wide eye.

Tweeters recalled what they described as the "black history" of Sweden. Al-Suwaidan, who is followed by millions on Twitter, had previously introduced himself in a lecture in Yemen as a leader in the Muslim Brotherhood. Activists published a recording of Sweden in which he asserted that he did not see a radical change in the future of the Arab Gulf except for a conflict within the ruling families themselves.

He also talked about his training of more than 70,000 young people, as the international organization of the Brotherhood seeks to recruit young people in a number of countries, especially Saudi students on scholarships.
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