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ISIS threatens Abdel-Rehim Ali for position on terrorism: rights lawyer
Published in Albawaba on 21 - 08 - 2017

Cairo - Member of Egyptian Council for Human Right Naguib Gebrael said that ISIS threats against Egyptian Parliamentarian Abdel Rehim Ali and "Al-Bawaba News" come to retaliate against their role to support the country's fight against terrorism, saying that Ali received a large number of threats since June 30 Revolution.
Gebrael expressed his appreciation to the position adopted by Al-Bawaba News against terrorist groups, saying that it played a major role to expose conspiracies of Muslim Brotherhood and the countries supporting them, including Qatar. He revealed that he intends to submit complaint to Egypt's Public Prosecution over these threats.
ISIS extremist group threatened "Al-Bawaba News" with their slogan "We Came to slaughter You", as it published a number of reports in its Arabic edition revealing its plans to target Egypt and other Arab countries
Gebrael called on the Interior Ministry to intensify measures to protect the headquarters of the newspaper to protect those people who exert their efforts expose the conspiracies targeting the country.

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