In an attempt to retract widely controversial statements that he was “not with the revolutions”, Kuwaiti Muslim Brotherhood preacher Tariq Al-Suwaidan claimed that they had been taken out of context.
As the Brotherhood has been talking about the thing and its opposite, Al-Suwaidan, who is described as an “evil advocate,” said in a televised interview: “I stand with the Arab revolutions and with the Arab peoples.”
Before repeating something of his previous speech in an attempt to grab the stick in the middle: “But we, anyway, are sane. We know that wars and revolutions have calamities and problems. We don’t want them for a nation, a people.” , or a state.
During the last days, the Kuwaiti preacher, considered one of the most outstanding faces of the Brotherhood, unleashed a great controversy on social networks, after some statements in which he stressed that “he is not with the revolutions.”
Al-Suwaidan said, in an interview with Omani radio “Hala FM”: “With the waves of the Arab Spring and with the tumult that was in it, many of our opinions did not reach the people clearly.”
He continued: “I say it clearly, I am not with the revolutions. I believe that revolutions lead to destruction and destruction, and lead to the misfortunes of the peoples. After any revolution, people go through an average of 13 years of instability, and on average, some countries are more and some countries are less…”
He added: “Some people thought that I was with the revolutions, no we are not with the revolutions. Now these revolutions have taken place and I have no role in making them and I have no role in supporting them financially or with weapons.” I have no role in them.. I didn’t get into this at all.. “.
Al-Suwaidan’s statements generated great controversy on social networks, considering that they reflect a repudiation of the demolition shovels adopted by the terrorist Brotherhood, in addition to contradicting previous statements by Suwaidan himself.