Abu Seada: British intelligence spied on Amnesty International for its relationship with the Brotherhood

Hafez Abu Seada, chairman of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights and member of the National Council for Human Rights, said the British intelligence services had investigated Amnesty International to find out whether it posessed useful information or was involved in hostile acts in support of illegal organizations.
“I think the relationship between Amnesty International and the Muslim Brotherhood made the British government keep track of the organization's activities,” he said.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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