Brotherhood’s latency strategy.. How will Egypt deal with the organization’s historical ploy?

Brotherhood’s latency strategy.. How will Egypt deal with the organization’s historical ploy?

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Brotherhood’s latency strategy.. How will Egypt deal with the organization’s historical ploy?

On Monday, the Egyptian House of Representatives finally approved a draft law submitted by 10 members aimed at separating employees affiliated with the Brotherhood and terrorist elements from the state’s administrative apparatus, a step that will be reinforced by several mechanisms within a comprehensive strategy that Egypt will embark on to confront the Brotherhood’s cancer that is rampant in the country.

According to an informed Egyptian source, the law that was approved is one of the most important measures within a comprehensive strategy, which will be implemented in coordination with all concerned authorities in the country to track the activities of Brotherhood cells, which work in a hidden and permanent way to implement the agenda of the international organization of the Brotherhood, which aims primarily to harm the country’s national security and provoke Chaos by relying on an old Brotherhood project called “Anger and Exhaustion”.

The source explains the nature of the work carried out by these groups to “Sky News Arabia”, stressing that it is carried out in a very organized manner and with deliberate steps and instructions from the leaders of the organization at home and abroad, and it varies according to the nature of the person who performs the task, the employee inside the administrative body, for example, is responsible for disrupting the work Public and provoking people to anger the public and charge them against the leadership as well as some employees of government agencies were instructed to carry out sabotage operations as in the case of train accidents.

The source continues that there are other groups of sleeper cell elements present everywhere and assigned tasks related to spreading rumors and inciting public opinion to sow chaos and incitement to sabotage, and also some of them carried out terrorist operations during the last period and were arrested.

The source indicates that the problem facing the security services in confronting these cells is that they remain latent and completely away from the organizational framework of the group, and they only appear when they perform a specific task, noting that the Egyptian services succeeded during the last period in decoding many codes that were used in Communication between the Brotherhood at home and abroad.

The source indicates that the group relied on (individuals), not affiliated with the organization, as a cover for huge investment groups, to escape the dilemma of confiscation and ban, noting that the group relied on this plan since the first ban issued by President Abdel Nasser in 1948.

The source confirms that there is no accurate census of the numbers of Brotherhood members within government institutions, as well as the elements that are moving on the ground, explaining that the group is currently reliant on the so-called “latency strategy”, with the aim of fading the successive strikes directed at it, especially after Egypt’s success in defeating Egypt. Its scheme, and recently, there is an unprecedented restriction of it in Turkey, the most important incubator of the organization, as well as in Europe.

He added, “Therefore, the group will remain almost frozen for a long time, but it will mobilize some individuals to carry out specific roles, such as holding periodic meetings for Brotherhood families to maintain communication, or trying to carry out an act of sabotage, but the Egyptian security services are alert to this scheme and will confront it with the utmost firmness.”

Lieutenant-General Kamel al-Wazir, the Egyptian Minister of Transport, demanded during the plenary session of the House of Representatives, early last May, the necessity of enacting a law to hold accountable state employees belonging to the Brotherhood.

The Minister said that the Ministry of Transport has about 162 workers belonging to the terrorist Brotherhood working in the railway sector, stressing the importance of amending the Civil Service Law to separate some categories of railway workers who threaten to work in the facility and pose a threat to the safety of citizens, as questions were raised. There are many reports on the possibility of confronting these elements with a number of laws passed by Parliament to confront the forces of evil and terrorism.

For his part, the Egyptian Minister of Endowments, Muhammad Mukhtar Gomaa, renewed his warnings about the growth of the sleeper cells of the Brotherhood in government institutions. He stressed in statements to the local press, at the beginning of the week, that Brotherhood cells reproduce themselves, and form a mafia-like inside government institutions, and seek to provoke crises, disrupt interests and obstruct them. Development and stability attempts.

The Egyptian minister indicated that the group finances, supports and plans these cells to implement their goals by exploiting the presence of their members within government institutions.

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