Foreign Minister Sameh Shokry handed U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Sunday a CD during the Munich Security Conference that includes seven videos on the “terrorism” faced by Egypt, as well as a PDF of Al-Azhar’s publication “The Ideological Battlefield – Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa Combats Terrorism,” Youm7 reported.
The publication provides extensive research into the ideology of “terrorist groups” versus the “real teachings of Islam,” whereas the videos depict acts of sabotage that the videos’ subtitles attributed to the Muslim Brotherhood and affiliated groups.
One of the videos shows a clip from the Brotherhood-affiliated Rabaa TV channel, which is named after Rabaa al-Adaweya Square where hundreds of former President Mohamed Morsi were killed in August 2013 as a pro-MB sit in was dispersed by security forces, in which the presenter recited a statement from the so-called “Youth of the Revolution,” where they announce an ultimatum for all foreigners, foreign companies, and diplomats in Egypt to leave before Feb. 11; otherwise they will be targeted, as well as the facilities of countries that financially “support the coup.”
Another video included was filmed by Giza Popular Resistance, where masked young men torched Emirates NDB on Haram Street Feb. 2.
A video from Misr Alaan, a Brotherhood-affiliated channel, showed a presenter requesting protesters kill officers, and warning the officers’ wives and children that they would be killed. The presenter said he is sure groups of protesters have full details on officers across Egypt, including their addresses and their children.
The CD included another video from Misr Alaan, where a spokesperson of the “Revolutionary Punishment” in Minya governorate listed the full names and titles of several police officers and threatened they and their families would be targeted.
Large quantities of weapons and explosives seized by the police were shown in the fourth video, as well as the bombing of electric towers and other public utilities in several governorates, including Cairo, Alexandria, Port Said, Minya, Beheira and other cities.
Another video continues for 27 minutes, comparing the reactions of the U.S. and France to protests and violence on their territories, condemning that major countries only move to counter terrorism if it reaches their lands.
A video previously posted by military spokesperson Mohamed Samir was also included, showing militant attack s in Syria and Iraq and Sinai and the Egyptians army’s effort to counter “terrorism” in the Sinai Peninsula.