Dubai police chief ‘accuses Brotherhood of plots’

Egyptian Mohamed Badie is the supreme guide of the Muslim BrotherhoodDubai police have stepped up accusations against the Muslim Brotherhood of plotting to topple Gulf monarchies, saying a group of UAE activists arrested for threatening state security was linked to the organisation, a report said Friday.


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