Roland Lombard, a specialist in Middle East geopolitical studies, said the Muslim Brotherhood organization lost so much during the Arab Spring revolutions.
“The Brotherhood is losing now in Algeria, and we are witnessing its failed attempt in Turkey,” Lombard told a seminar held by the Center for Middle East Studies in Paris (CEMO), headed by Egyptian MP Dr. Abdel Rahim Ali.
“We should stop interfering in the Middle East. We just should give advice and guidance only, and our message to Russia is that we do not want political Islam, whether positive or negative,” he said.
The seminar focuses on cooperation between Europe and non-European Mediterranean states, including Egypt, in the fight against terrorism; illegal immigration; education, and water.
The seminar is held on the sidelines of the Two Mediterranean Banks summit which is held in Marseilles on June 23 and 24.
CEMO takes the opportunity of the summit to open discussion on the issues that cause problems between countries on the two banks of the Mediterranean.
Apart from the Arab-Israeli conflict, which stands behind most of the violence in our world today, the Arab Spring came to wreak disaster on the world and widen the scope of problems in it.