Egypt a new leak of the late president Mohamed Morsi about the most famous businessmen, causing an uproar

Stopping the oil: Haftar's maneuver to support the Bashagha government he tried against Bashagha himself  Benghazi (Libya) - Libyan political circles saw the decision of the Libyan tribes to stop oil production and export as a maneuver by the Commander-in-Chief of the Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, to support the new government headed by Fathi Bashagha.  These circles considered that Haftar previously tried this maneuver against Bashagha himself when he was Minister of Interior in the Government of National Accord, but in the end he was forced to re-pump oil without implementing his demands, noting that Haftar is facing renewed and dangerous problems with methods that did not provide decisive solutions under normal international circumstances. .  And the Libyan circles themselves stressed that the difference this time lies in the fact that the whole world is witnessing a tense atmosphere and even Libyan production - despite its limited (about one million and two hundred thousand barrels) - can affect prices, pointing out that this maneuver is dangerous and its possible results will not be the same as the previous ones.  Since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian war, the West has pressured OPEC to increase oil production in order to curb the record rise in prices, which was rejected by Saudi Arabia and the UAE.  Haftar provides a free service to his opponent, Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, who is working to consolidate his relationship with the West  Haftar is trying to pressure the West to recognize the government of his ally, Fathi Bashagha, taking advantage of the tense global situation, but this step shows him as an enemy of the interests of the United States and Europe, which makes him lose international acceptance as part of the solution equation in Libya, especially since his relationship with Russia is tense since it pressed for his forces to leave. From southern Tripoli in 2020, in what appeared to be an undeclared deal with Turkey.  Observers say that Haftar provided a free service to his opponent, the head of the outgoing government of national unity, Abdel Hamid al-Dabaiba, who is working to consolidate his relationship with the West, as Libya was the only Arab country that voted in favor of suspending Russia's membership in the Human Rights Council.  Dabaiba's relationship with the United States and Europe was strained at the beginning of his assumption of power, as the latter two were betting on the victory of Fathi Pashaga's list and Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh, while Dabaiba's government is seen as the product of a Russian-Turkish deal.  With the exception of Russia and Egypt, which announced their support for the new government, the regional states, the international community and the UN mission remain neutral and disassociate themselves from the conflict between Bashagha and Dabaiba.  During the last period, observers warned that Haftar would use the oil card against the background of stopping the salaries of his forces for four consecutive months, not ruling out that Dabaiba had deliberately stopped the salaries to provoke him and drag him to stop the oil.  Thumbnail A group of notables from the south of Libya, as well as the people, notables and residents of the “Zueitina Sultan Oil” municipality in the east, announced a complete halt to oil production and export as of last Saturday, and until the national unity government hands over its duties to the new government mandated by the House of Representatives.  The notables delivered a statement on Saturday/Sunday night, calling for distributive justice for the Libyan oil resources, and support for the competent authorities to reach the upcoming elections, away from the government’s greed for power, according to the description of the statement, which also demanded the dismissal of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Oil Corporation, Mustafa Sanalla, and the correction of the legal status of the Council Management away from political quarrels, as well as supporting the institution with the required budgets and raising production rates.   Dabaiba prepares to enter Bashagha Tripoli from Tunisia  A week ago, representatives of the Libyan east in the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee called on Khalifa Haftar to stop exporting oil, close air lines and land roads leading to the west, and stop cooperation with the National Unity Government in Tripoli.  The total production capacity in Libya is 1.6 million barrels of oil per day, and it is now 1.1 million barrels, and most of it flows from oil fields in the east and south of the country, and most of it is exported through a series of ports in the Libyan Oil Crescent, located between the cities of Sirte and Ajdabiya.  The decision to stop the oil came amid fears of an armed conflict between the forces loyal to the two governments. The Libyan government, appointed by the House of Representatives, held the National Unity Government responsible for any military escalation that threatens the safety of civilians.  On Sunday morning, the government headed by Bashagha issued a statement confirming its commitment to start its work from the capital, Tripoli, in accordance with the law, and by peaceful means. Within it, she welcomed what was issued by military leaders in the city of Misurata, and their rejection of the military escalation, and their affirmation of commitment to peaceful and political methods of transferring power.  In another statement issued on Sunday, the Eighth Force, "Al-Nawasi", called on the heads of the two governments to keep the conflict within the political framework, and warned them against turning the crisis into an armed conflict that eats everything in the capital, and held them responsible for any drop of blood that might fall from any party in order to reach power. Egypt a new leak of the late president Mohamed Morsi about the most famous businessmen, causing an uproar A leak of the late Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi caused an uproar on social networking sites in Egypt, about the most famous businessmen in the country, and this came within the framework of the TV series "The Choice 3".  “Choice 3” .. a new leak of Morsi and the “Brotherhood” guide talks about the opposition and the crowd against them The series showed a leak that brought together Mohamed Morsi in the presence of the mentor of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Badie, and he talks about businessman Ibrahim Al-Moallem.  In the leak, Morsi says: "I do not understand what Ibrahim the teacher is doing.. I am Ibrahim al-Moallem. This baffles me frankly.. He sits and calls me and says, 'You are my father and you are my mother', and you are Anwar and my grandfather.  In his speech, Morsi refers to Ibrahim Al-Moallem's quest to get closer to the Brotherhood, and compare him to his attempts to one of the films starring the late Egyptian artist Anwar Wagdy with the child artist Fairouz.  Ibrahim Al-Moallem is one of the most prominent publishers in Egypt and the Arab world, and the president of Dar Al-Shorouk.  Source: Today's News

A leak of the late Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi caused an uproar on social networking sites in Egypt, about the most famous businessmen in the country, and this came within the framework of the TV series "The Choice 3".

“Choice 3” .. a new leak of Morsi and the “Brotherhood” guide talks about the opposition and the crowd against them
The series showed a leak that brought together Mohamed Morsi in the presence of the mentor of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Badie, and he talks about businessman Ibrahim Al-Moallem.

In the leak, Morsi says: "I do not understand what Ibrahim the teacher is doing.. I am Ibrahim al-Moallem. This baffles me frankly.. He sits and calls me and says, 'You are my father and you are my mother', and you are Anwar and my grandfather.

In his speech, Morsi refers to Ibrahim Al-Moallem's quest to get closer to the Brotherhood, and compare him to his attempts to one of the films starring the late Egyptian artist Anwar Wagdy with the child artist Fairouz.

Ibrahim Al-Moallem is one of the most prominent publishers in Egypt and the Arab world, and the president of Dar Al-Shorouk.

Source: Today's News

Stopping the oil: Haftar's maneuver to support the Bashagha government he tried against Bashagha himself

Benghazi (Libya) - Libyan political circles saw the decision of the Libyan tribes to stop oil production and export as a maneuver by the Commander-in-Chief of the Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, to support the new government headed by Fathi Bashagha.

These circles considered that Haftar previously tried this maneuver against Bashagha himself when he was Minister of Interior in the Government of National Accord, but in the end he was forced to re-pump oil without implementing his demands, noting that Haftar is facing renewed and dangerous problems with methods that did not provide decisive solutions under normal international circumstances. .

And the Libyan circles themselves stressed that the difference this time lies in the fact that the whole world is witnessing a tense atmosphere and even Libyan production - despite its limited (about one million and two hundred thousand barrels) - can affect prices, pointing out that this maneuver is dangerous and its possible results will not be the same as the previous ones.

Since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian war, the West has pressured OPEC to increase oil production in order to curb the record rise in prices, which was rejected by Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Haftar provides a free service to his opponent, Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, who is working to consolidate his relationship with the West

Haftar is trying to pressure the West to recognize the government of his ally, Fathi Bashagha, taking advantage of the tense global situation, but this step shows him as an enemy of the interests of the United States and Europe, which makes him lose international acceptance as part of the solution equation in Libya, especially since his relationship with Russia is tense since it pressed for his forces to leave. From southern Tripoli in 2020, in what appeared to be an undeclared deal with Turkey.

Observers say that Haftar provided a free service to his opponent, the head of the outgoing government of national unity, Abdel Hamid al-Dabaiba, who is working to consolidate his relationship with the West, as Libya was the only Arab country that voted in favor of suspending Russia's membership in the Human Rights Council.

Dabaiba's relationship with the United States and Europe was strained at the beginning of his assumption of power, as the latter two were betting on the victory of Fathi Pashaga's list and Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh, while Dabaiba's government is seen as the product of a Russian-Turkish deal.

With the exception of Russia and Egypt, which announced their support for the new government, the regional states, the international community and the UN mission remain neutral and disassociate themselves from the conflict between Bashagha and Dabaiba.

During the last period, observers warned that Haftar would use the oil card against the background of stopping the salaries of his forces for four consecutive months, not ruling out that Dabaiba had deliberately stopped the salaries to provoke him and drag him to stop the oil.

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A group of notables from the south of Libya, as well as the people, notables and residents of the “Zueitina Sultan Oil” municipality in the east, announced a complete halt to oil production and export as of last Saturday, and until the national unity government hands over its duties to the new government mandated by the House of Representatives.

The notables delivered a statement on Saturday/Sunday night, calling for distributive justice for the Libyan oil resources, and support for the competent authorities to reach the upcoming elections, away from the government’s greed for power, according to the description of the statement, which also demanded the dismissal of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Oil Corporation, Mustafa Sanalla, and the correction of the legal status of the Council Management away from political quarrels, as well as supporting the institution with the required budgets and raising production rates.

Dabaiba prepares to enter Bashagha Tripoli from Tunisia
A week ago, representatives of the Libyan east in the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee called on Khalifa Haftar to stop exporting oil, close air lines and land roads leading to the west, and stop cooperation with the National Unity Government in Tripoli.

The total production capacity in Libya is 1.6 million barrels of oil per day, and it is now 1.1 million barrels, and most of it flows from oil fields in the east and south of the country, and most of it is exported through a series of ports in the Libyan Oil Crescent, located between the cities of Sirte and Ajdabiya.

The decision to stop the oil came amid fears of an armed conflict between the forces loyal to the two governments. The Libyan government, appointed by the House of Representatives, held the National Unity Government responsible for any military escalation that threatens the safety of civilians.

On Sunday morning, the government headed by Bashagha issued a statement confirming its commitment to start its work from the capital, Tripoli, in accordance with the law, and by peaceful means. Within it, she welcomed what was issued by military leaders in the city of Misurata, and their rejection of the military escalation, and their affirmation of commitment to peaceful and political methods of transferring power.

In another statement issued on Sunday, the Eighth Force, "Al-Nawasi", called on the heads of the two governments to keep the conflict within the political framework, and warned them against turning the crisis into an armed conflict that eats everything in the capital, and held them responsible for any drop of blood that might fall from any party in order to reach power.
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