Former Muslim Brotherhood Leader Reveals Erdogan’s Plan to Control Libya and North Africa - Al Marsad

A former member of the Shura Council of the International Network of the Muslim Brotherhood, Salah al-Haddad, revealed a secret plan of the terrorist group and its international network in Libya and North Africa—a plan which Turkish President Recep Erdogan aims to complete by 2028.

(Libya, 1 June 2020) – Salah al-Haddad, who was a member of the Shura Council of the International Network of the Muslim Brotherhood until he left the Islamist group in 2002 , in an interview with the Al-Ain News website on Sunday, said that the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization outlined a master plan in 2006 to control Libya and North Africa. Erdogan revealed it in 2018 in Istanbul at the Muslim Brotherhood’s 90th anniversary.

He indicated that Erdogan announced his intention then to celebrate the centenary in Tripoli, the capital-to-be of the Muslim Brotherhood in North Africa according to their plots.

Then international terrorist plan was, however, fleshed out in detail when the Libyan National Army (LNA) reached the outskirts of the capital, Tripoli. Then, the organization publicly disclosed its international plan and vowed to burn all North Africa. Khaled al-Mishri, the head of the so-called consultative High Council of the State, said that in a television interview on the sidelines of his visit to Moscow on 22 March\, 2019, argued al-Haddad.

“The situation of the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood branch is unique because it undertook the realization of the 2028 plan for the Muslim Brotherhood international network. This has made Libya a hotbed for all Brotherhood organizations, leaders, and militias, alongside their allies in regional and western countries all seeking to inaugurate the Muslim Brotherhood as rulers of Libya.”

He also argued that the “Neo-Ottomans”, led by Erdogan, aspire to establish military bases in Libya to be a springboard for their manoeuvres and those of the terrorist organization to destabilize the countries of the region and undermine their regimes to control the Mediterranean Sea through Libya. “In this way, they aim to besiege Europe and strangle Egypt; they have economic and colonial targets and ideological drivers,” added al-Haddad.

He said: “The international terrorist organization instructed Turkey, specifically Erdogan, member of the international network, to intervene militarily in Libya. This began stealthily since 2012. Tripoli is their last stronghold and base in North Africa.”

He drew attention to the fact that most of the important periodic Muslim Brotherhood international network meetings took place in Turkey for decades, even before Erdogan came to power in 2002.

In 2006, said al-Haddad, the international terrorist organization harnessed all its capabilities at the disposal of its Libya’s branch and helped it penetrate the state’s vital organs and institutions, such as the Central Bank, charitable institutions, such as the Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation (GICDF), and the media institution known as the Libya al-Ghad (Libya of tomorrow).

Al-Haddad explained that this took place under the cover of the so-called Post-Gadhafi Succession deal that involved replacing him with his son Saif Al-Islam. Saif Al-Islam  hosted and supported the Muslim Brotherhood to achieve his desire to rule and therefore empowered them as part of his alleged development of Libya.

The February 2011 events were to embark on actual empowerment by controlling the joints of government, notably ministerial and leadership positions in sovereign institutions, such as the Central Bank, the Libyan Investment Corporation (LIA), Libyan Foreign Bank (LFB), the National Oil Corporation (NOC), and the Libyan Post Telecommunications & Information Technology Company (LPTIC).

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