CAIRO: Abdel-Rahman Yossef, son of chairperson of the International Union of Muslim Scholars Youssef Al-Qaradawy, said Wednesday that Egypt is a terrified state internally and isolated internationally and no one can provide it with legal recognition.
In a statement on his Facebook page, Yossef said that “Egyptian officials will not be able to enter any major country in the near future, as they will be wanted for investigations in accusations that never become obsolete.
Sheikh Youssef Al-Qaradawy has attacked the Egyptian government during his sermons in Doha since the ouster of former President Mohamed Morsi. He also criticized a number of Gulf states for their support of Egypt, including the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
Qatar’s Foreign Minister Khaled Bin-Mohamed Al-Ateya refused Qardawy’s statements, saying that such statements do not represent Qatari foreign policy.