“Unless Arab countries adopt a comprehensive strategy to confront the Brotherhood, the group will continue to pose a high risk,” former leader of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad group Sheikh Nabeel Naeem told Asharq Al-Awsat.

The former jihadist who previously operated in Afghanistan said Arab governments should crackdown on any Brotherhood-related investments in order to cut off all sources of funding.

“The group has made billions of US dollars in running aid agencies, charities and other companies. Bombings and violence will continue as long as their finances are able to move across borders,” he said.


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