Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s testimony before the court in the matter of prison breaks which the Muslim Brotherhood is accused of is truly a historical testimony.
Although the word “historical” is a cliché, Mubarak’s testimony was really historical as he spoke before the court in the presence of Brotherhood leaders including former president Mohammed Mursi and the group’s supreme guide Mohammed Badie.
Mubarak did not say everything he’s got as he refused to talk about some points under the pretext that discussing them requires a permission from the command of the armed Egyptian forces and from the president. By doing so, Mubarak has evoked the spirit of the statesman and the logic of the Egyptian army.
What’s more important than these signs that reflect the Khomeini-Brotherhood intermingling are the Brotherhood’s political work with Iran and Iran’s work with the BrotherhoodMashari Althaydi