Zubeida Ibrahim during her interview with TV host Amr Adeeb- CC taken from the interview Zubeida Ibrahim during her interview with TV host Amr Adeeb- CC taken from the interview

Egyptian TV host reveals BBC’s enforced disappearance hoax

Mon, Feb. 26, 2018
CAIRO- 26 February 2018: Egyptian TV host Amr Adeeb met on Monday Egyptian citizen Zubeida Ibrahim who was alleged to be forcibly disappeared by BBC recently published report under the title “The Shadow over Egypt”.

BBC report claimed that Ibrahim disappeared on 8 April 2017, according to statements given by her mother.

Adeeb interviewed Ibrahim who revealed that she has been married for a year with a son called "Hamza" and she lives at Faisal neighborhood.

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Zubeida Ibrahim and her Husband during the Interview with Amr Adeeb- Photo taken from the interview

Ibrahim told Adeeb that she has not been talking to her mother for a year, the young female chose not to reveal the reason behind her disagreement with her mother.

Ibrahim also added that she was jailed once for 4 months along with her mother for joining a pro Muslim Brotherhood protest. However, she denied being tortured when she was jailed in El Qanater prison.

The young female said that her mother's false statements to BBC were given because the mother did not know her daughter’s whereabouts, Ibrahim asked her mother to forgive her and to accept to meet her as soon as possible.

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Zubeida Ibrahim and her family during the Interview with Amr Adeeb- Photo taken from the interview

Ibrahim revealed that she did not know anything about BBC’s controversial report, as she does not follow the news or the public affairs.

Ibrahim’s husband said that he married her on 13 March 2017 without her family’s consent, he showed the marriage document which dates back to March 2017, unlike what BBC alleged. BBC claimed that Ibrahim was forcibly disappeared on 8 April 2017.

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Adeeb shows the marriage Zubeida Ibrahim's marriage document- photo taken from the interview

Ibrahim said that she has joined Muslim Brotherhood’s Al Nahda sit-in back in 2013 for 10 days along with her mother.

The couples admitted during the interview their previous connections with the Muslim Brotherhood, a connection the couple chose to abandon later.

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