The Muslim Brotherhood’s renaissance project was the “biggest lie in the history of Egypt,” said former president Hosni Mubarak in recorded conversations exclusively obtained by Youm7.
In the third installment of the audio made available online, In a new audio recordings obtained by Youm7, former President Hosni Mubarak spoke on the Muslim Brotherhood’s Renaissance Project, donations and an assassination attempt against King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.
In the third episode of Mubarak he describes Muslim Brotherhood’s Renaissance Project as “biggest lie in History of Egypt.”
Mubarak said the greatest danger of the project stemmed from the financing, which has been planneddepended on to be from Arab countries and other foreign companies.
According to the project, Mubarak claims “Qatar would have brought Jewish Americans to settle
among us,” he said, and referred to (in our country).. and plan evil projects like Suze Canal and rent it.” Mubarak was apparently referring to rumors that have went saying the Muslim Brotherhood will was planning to rent the Suez Canal rent the crucial maritime pass way to Qataris.
Mubarak also talked addressed statements by former Libyan president Muammar Gadhafi about Egypt’s foreign aid in the recording.
“I traveled the world begging money for Egypt, but not in the way (deceased Libyan leader Muammar) Gadhafi Gaddafi claimed.”
““King Fahd (the Saudi King between 1982-2005) sent me $200 Million Dollars in 1989, He told me ‘I know your situation is tough’, Saudi Arabia gave us $2 billion Dollars and $500,000 million Dollars, so we can buy what we want and send them the checks to pay, Kuwait gave us $300 million Dollars, I wasn’t arrogant with them respected all of them,.” he said.
Mubarak revealed added that that Gadhafi late Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi hads planned for the assassination of Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, but Egyptian authorities aborted interfered this attempt and arrested the perpetratorsconspirators.
The recordings of the former Egyptian president, exclusively obtained by Youm7, were made between June and September 2013 and have been released in installments this week. Mubarak’s lawyer Farid al-Deeb told the Tahrir Satellite channel on Monday that the recordings were made without his client’s knowledge.
Translated from Youm7