(MENAFN - Arab Times) KUWAIT CITY, July 18: Egyptian political experts have rejected the attacks waged on Kuwait by international human rights organizations and the Muslim Brotherhood, after its courageous stance of handing over the eight terrorist cell members to Egypt, reports Al-Rai daily.
The experts in separate statements told the daily, the attack by the Human Rights Watch confirms that Kuwait's respect for the Egyptian judiciary and security agreements signed between countries and its determination to eradicate terrorism.
In this context, Vice-President of the Arab Center for Political and Strategic Studies in Cairo, Dr Mukhtar Ghobashi, said attack by the Human Rights Watch on Kuwait is not new, pointing out that this organization is clear supporting the Brotherhood, whether in Egypt or elsewhere.
Dr Ghobashi stressed that this organization sympathizes with the Muslim Brotherhood or the so-called 'political Islam' movement, noting that this was clear in its statement about the death of former president Mohamed Morsi, and it is not strange to attack Kuwait, although its position cannot be forgotten.
Kuwait supports the law and the provisions of the judiciary, and confronting terrorism. Former Dean of the Faculty of Law at the Cairo University Dr Mahmoud Kbeish said that Human Rights Watch supports the Brotherhood and incites violence against states. 'What it does is unacceptable. Other Arab countries must take the same courageous and unprecedented stance like Kuwait until the region gets rid of the forces of terrorism. He pointed out that such organizations receive support from some countries in the region, in order to spread rumors against countries facing terrorism such as Kuwait, but a strong response to such organizations must be provided to protect Arab national security.
Egyptian political thinker Dr Abdul Ghaffar Shukr said that 'Human Rights Watch attack on Kuwait does not affect its strength and influence in the region and the wisdom of its leadership.' He said that the organization 'is trying to spread rumors that are aimed at destroying countries.'