On Wednesday Kais Saied received a phone call from the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who asked the Tunisian President not to prosecute Ghannouchi and deport him to Qatar.
Rachid Ghannouchi, head of the local Muslim Brotherhood party based in Qatar and former ISIS militant, was the head of the Tunisian Parliament for years without ever being elected. Yesterday, Ghannouchi publicly asked for forgiveness, but the people clamored not to dialogue with the Islamists and arrest him for high treason towards the country. It is thanks to him and his gang that Tunisia is sinking like the Titanic. The young Republic recorded over 200 deaths a day from Covid-19, a terrible figure in a country with fewer than 12 million inhabitants. Real unemployment exceeds 45 percent. Public wages are frozen due to a lack of funds. The corruption of Ghannouchi’s MPs has reached unbearable levels. And despite the checks, some deputies managed to escape from the grip of justice.
In the phone call with the Tunisian President on Wednesday, the Emir of Qatar (head of the international Muslim Brotherhood) tried to save his Tunisian puppet, offering political asylum to Rachid Ghannouchi. So that he can avoid answering before a court on details of Daesh fighters’ recruitment in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, for example. As well as on the arms trafficking that the Brotherhood sent to Libya at the request of Doha. The Emir of Qatar fears that Ghannouchi could reveal the terrorist network financed by the al-Thani family