Pro-military paper: Turkish intelligence working with Brotherhood to undermine Egyptian authorities

November 10, 2013 11:25


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A pro-army newspaper in Egypt on Sunday accused the Turkish intelligence of coordinating with the Muslim Brotherhood to organize violent mass protests against the military on November 19.

Al-Youm al-Sabe further accused the Turkish intelligence of trying to incite against Egyptian state institutions and bring chaos to the country.

According to the paper, protesters will call for civil disobedience and will attempt to prevent government officials from arriving to work.

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