Fugitive businessman Mohammed Ali- photo via youtube
CAIRO – 19 January 2019: The released Whatsapp conversation between the Egyptian fugitive businessman, Mohammed Ali, and the fugitive member of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, Yasser al Oumda, sparked on Sunday a blistering controversy at the outlawed group’s media offices in Turkey.
Al Sharq channel, owned by Egyptian dissident Ayman Nour, issued a statement on Sunday, on which it claimed that Ali and Oumda have received funds from foreigner parts, in response to the released conversation that stated that both Muslim Brotherhood media channels, “Mekameleen” and “Al Sharq” have received illicit funds from Qatar amounted to millions of dollars.
Al Sharq refuted all the claims raised by the released conversation that Ali posted Saturday on his official Facebook account, accusing both Ali and Oumda of taking funds from foreign parts, and alleged that being bankrolled from foreigners is against the channel’s code of ethics.
The Egyptian fugitive, Mohammed Ali, released earlier on Saturday a private Whatsapp conversation between him Oumda, on which scandalous plots of the banned Muslim Brotherhood were revealed, according to Mobtada news website.
In the conversation, Oumda warns Ali not to join the Muslim Brotherhood establishments in Turkey, as the latter apparently received an offer from the outlawed group’s media outlets in Istanbul.
Oumda, who himself is a member of the banned group, told Ali that the group’s media figures in Turkey turned their political cause into a “cash cow” that generates $1 million per month.
In the conversation, Oumda advised Ali to have his show in the group’s media outlets without adopting the banned group’s ideology or ideas. Ali replied by saying that he is “studying the offer”.
Oumda said that all the Muslim Brotherhood fugitives place their own interest before any other matter, adding that Qatar bankrolls the group’s shady operations in Turkey through an English man of Palestinian origins named “Abu Amer”.
Oumda has also exposed the group’s sinister plot to sack the state in Egypt in 2016 through collaborating with the Salafis, whom they met repeatedly at Al Sharq office in Istanbul.