A 3-year-old complaint.. The International Criminal Court is taking action against the “Tunisian Brotherhood”

A strict siege on the symbols of the Tunisian Brotherhood organization from all directions. After judicial prosecutions for their crimes internally, prosecutions continued against them internationally on charges of terrorism.

Judicial inside Tunisia, including terrorist crimes, financial corruption, money laundering, and conspiracy against the country’s security, before the July 25 movement supporting Tunisian President Kais Saied announced the International Criminal Court’s pledge to consider a complaint filed by its Secretary-General against the Ennahda movement, after it proved the existence of a relationship between the movement and terrorist groups.

The spokesperson for the July 25 Movement, Hatem Al-Yahawi, said today, Thursday, that the movement filed a case with the International Criminal Court against the Ennahda Brotherhood Movement, and it was accepted on the third of November.

According to Al-Yahyaoui, a report issued by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court proved the existence of a relationship between the Ennahda Movement and terrorist groups, led by the extremist Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi through a network spread in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria and Europe.

Hatem Al-Yahyaoui confirmed to Al-Ain news that the list of the accused included Rashid Ghannouchi, former Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki, former Prime Minister Hammadi Al-Jabali, former Minister of Interior and former Prime Minister Ali Al-Areedh.

The list of accused also includes the involvement of senior judges in covering up these files, including Sufyan Al-Sulaiti and Bashir Al-Akram, along with many other names, according to the spokesperson for the July 25 Movement.

He explained that these names “have been proven to fund terrorist leaders like Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and the latter has a clear relationship with Rashid al-Ghannouchi, financing al-Qaeda through terrorists in Libya such as Abdel Hakim Belhaj, and association with the Brotherhood in Egypt.”

Al-Yahyawi indicated that an investigation has been opened in these cases, and prison orders and search warrants will be issued against those accused, and they will be pursued internationally.

He added that this case began with a complaint filed by the Secretary-General of the movement, Thamer Badida, on April 29, 2019, after his forced displacement from Tunisia, during which he “presented all the evidence proving the involvement of the Ennahdha movement in many terrorist cases, and that it was the subject of research and analysis by the public prosecutor.” at the International Criminal Court.”

He said, “The availability of serious suspicions and the necessary evidence contributed to the decision to open an investigation into this complaint, as this file was linked to another complaint by the Libyan political refugee, Al-Baghdadi Al-Mahmoudi, who was arrested in Tunisia in clear violation of the International Convention and the Geneva Convention on Political Asylum and Human Rights, in addition to examining the complaints.” The other relevant information available to the Criminal Court is related to the involvement of leaders of the Ennahda Movement.

Al-Baghdadi Al-Mahmoudi, the last prime minister in Muammar Gaddafi’s regime, had taken refuge in Tunisia after the fall of Gaddafi in 2011, but the Tunisian government led by the “Brotherhood Ennahda” responded to a Libyan request to hand over Al-Mahmoudi in a decision that sparked widespread protests by political and human rights parties.

Al-Yahawi warned that “the terrorist network to which Ennahda is linked has become clear, and it is a dangerous network that affects international security, according to the expression of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.”

He concluded his speech by emphasizing the opening of the investigation, and international arrest warrants, summonses, and search decisions will be issued, and these leaders and personalities will be pursued internationally, on charges of covering up international terrorists.

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