Now, Muslim Brotherhood sources have revealed that the terrorist organization has declared that it will be sending representatives to the United States to push for American intervention to stop the executions of the 14 Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including Mohammad Badie. According to one Middle East report, the Muslim Brotherhood will be sending its agent, Abdalmugod Dardiry, to the United States and Europe to conduct negotiations.
The Muslim Brotherhood will also try to have the 14 terrorist leaders released by having, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, President of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, negotiate for intervention with the government of Doha.
The sources, who asked not to mention their names, said that Mahmoud Hussein, Secretary-General of the Muslim Brotherhood, will meet Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to push for his intercession to have the terrorist leaders released from the death penalty.
It is interesting that both Turkey and al-Qaradawi are getting involved, since it is al-Qaradawi who is announcing to the whole Muslim world that they must commit their allegiances to Turkey:
With all of the support that the Muslim Brotherhood has been receiving from Obama, it should not surprise us in the least bit if Obama goes out of his way to defend these terrorists from death row.