Algerian protesters expelled Muslim Brotherhood's leader from protests

Algerian protesters expelled the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Algeria, Abdullah Jaballah, from the protests in response to their attempts to lead the popular movement that refuses to extend the mandate of President Abdel Aziz Bouteflika.


Algerian protesters on Friday resisted the attempt by the Algerian Muslim Brotherhood to lead their popular movement to reject the extension of Algerian President Abdel Aziz Bouteflika's fourth term when they expelled their leader, Abdallah Jaballah , head of the Muslim Brotherhood's Justice and Development Front party.

Jaballah went into the street with great anger among the protesters, who gathered around him and asked him to leave, expressing their rejection of any role for him and his party, especially after the exposure of the Brotherhood's subversive project in more than one country according to Al-Arabiya.

Abdullah Jaballah, one of the most prominent Islamic figures in Algeria over the past 20 years, is one of the most important founders of the Muslim Brotherhood in the country.

Abdullah Jaballah is considered one of the most aspiring presidential candidates. He ran for president twice in 1999 and 2004, but suffered a great defeat and suffered great disappointment as a result of the popular rejection of any role for Islamists.



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