Turkish military intervention in Libya “Fatah and Nasr”


Source: Cairo – Ashraf Abdel Hamid

A leading Egyptian brothers fleeing to Turkey justified Turks interfered in Libyan affairs As Muslims, their military intervention is a “victory.”

The Brotherhood’s “Al-Tanasheh” satellite channel broadcast an intervention with Brotherhood leader The Egyptian fugitive to Turkey, Muhammad Elhamy, claimed that the Turkish military intervention in Libya was “open and victorious”, and not an occupation and interference in the affairs of another country.

The Libyan newspaper “Al-Marsad” published a video of an intervention by Elhamy saying that “Libyan case It is considered the most prominent example that the Ottoman Empire did not represent an occupation, but rather was relief and support from Turkey to the Libyans, “as he put it.

He added that “the Libyans’ use of the Turks now is not a shame because the Turks are Muslims”, according to his opinion.

It is noteworthy that Mohamed Elhamy was a follower of the presidential loyalist of the Egyptian Brotherhood Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, who is currently imprisoned in Egypt for his involvement in forgery and incitement to violence.

Ilhami, who holds a bachelors degree in electronic engineering, fled from Egypt after the dissolution of the Rab’a sit-in and Al-Nahda in 2013, and he settled in Istanbul, Turkey and worked as a researcher in the history of the Islamic movement and the history of the Ottoman Empire. Ilhami has authored several books promoting the Ottomans and their accomplishments during their periods of control over the Arab states, and has authored several books on the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II.

Elhamy calls for the dissolution of the Arab armies and for the formation of a “unified Islamic army” led by Turkey as “the most rightful country to succeed the Muslims”, he claimed. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also describes the “Commander of the Faithful” and “the Great Sultan.”

Ilhami, 37, states in a post on his Facebook page that Libya was the last of the African states that fell from the hands of the Ottoman Sultanate, when it came under the influence of the Italians.


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