‘Muslim Brotherhood Connected to Barcelona Attack’

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Remembering the victims of the Barcelona terror attacks on August 17, 2017.
Remembering the victims of the Barcelona terror attacks on August 17, 2017. (Photo: PASCAL-GUYOT / AFP / Getty Images)


Alexander Necrassov, former adviser to the Krelim, said the Spanish government discovered there was a connection between the Barcelona attacker and the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria.

Necrassov offered no other details, except to point a finger at Qatar, one of the biggest global funders of the Brotherhood.

Speaking to RT, Necrassov said it was obvious that some countries support the Brotherhood. As proof, he cited the crisis between Qatar and Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the other Arab countries who have demanded that Qatar end its terror funding.

He also condemned the media silence of the Western countries regarding this crisis.

Necrassov said Russia opposes the Brotherhood and considers them a terrorist organization. He is of the opinion that all the Western countries should do the same.

Speaking about Barcelona, Necrassov said that, for the first time, all aspects of the attack are now known — where it started, who was behind the terrorists and how it was planned – which offers a unique opportunity to gain a more thorough understanding of this worldwide phenomenon.



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