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UAE president pardons convicted man in "secret organization" case of Muslim Brotherhood

UAE president pardons convicted man in "secret organization" case of Muslim Brotherhood

UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan on Thursday pardoned Abdul Rahman al-Suwaidi, convicted of "secret organization" of the Muslim Brotherhood.

The newspaper "Al Bayan" UAE, that the decision came "after the discovery of the Swedish pursuit of the organization to destabilize the security and stability of the country, to decide to veto allegiance and get out of the organization, and return to the bosom of the homeland."

"This decision comes in the year of tolerance, and in line with the UAE's fundamental values ​​of amnesty for each of the people to the right and retreat from error," the newspaper said.

On November 14, 2016, the State Security Department of the Federal Supreme Court of Abu Dhabi sentenced al-Suwaidi to 10 years in prison and three years' probation, beginning on the date of expiry of the sentence imposed on him.

The court noted in its ruling that al-Suweidi is a member of the Shura Council of the Islah Society, which is banned in the UAE.

Suweidi, who described as a former leader of the Brotherhood's "secret organization" in July 2017, said that Qatar had offered passports and money to the group's leaders, expressing his remorse and regret over his past years in the ranks of the organization.

Source: Statement + Agencies

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