Khaberni website: Elham Shaheen: Morsi asked to meet me

Tell me – Egyptian actress Ilham Shaheen revealed that the director of the office of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi threatened her to agree to meet him, but she refused.

Shaheen said during a television interview, that she “decided to confront the battle with the terrorist Brotherhood on behalf of the artists.”

She added: “The Brotherhood fabricated pictures of her and put her face on scandalous photos, and it was later proven that they were rigged.”

She pointed out, “She obtained a historical ruling to close the (Al-Hafiz) channel for a period of 6 months, and a precedent took place for the first time in the history of Egypt, which is the closure of a channel by court ruling, after she filed more than one case on the channel for insulting her on the channel’s screen, pointing out that the broadcaster who had insulted her accompanied A number of veils on the channel’s screen showed her some forged images that were falsely claimed to be a professor at Al-Azhar, but Al-Azhar University sent to the court evidence that he was not a faculty member and was imprisoned during the Morsi era.

She stressed that “Mohamed Morsi tried to attract the artists and act with politeness with them, but it did not succeed, stressing that the director of Morsi’s office tried to contact her a lot to inform her of Morsi’s desire to meet her.”

She explained that the director of Morsi’s office threatened her, saying: “If we want we, we will answer you,” adding that she said to him, “If you talk to me again, he will report about you,” and his response would be, “You are reporting about who, O Madam, we are the state.”

She stated that she had told Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi after the success of the June 30 revolution, that “she was about to commit suicide” at the time of Chancellor Adly Mansour taking over the country after the Brotherhood was overthrown, pointing out that the Egyptians dazzled the world on June 30.

Mohamed Morsi had assumed his duties on June 30, 2012, and he was removed from his position on June 30, 2013 after demonstrations invaded the country calling for his departure and imprisonment since the date of his isolation, until his death on June 17, 2019, after several charges were brought against him, including communications with Qatar, Hamas, and disclosure. National Security secrets during his presidency


Iran issues arrest warrant against Trump and asks Interpol for help | middle East

Iran has issued an arrest warrant and asked Interpol for help in detaining US President Donald Trump and others he considers responsible for the attack that killed an Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.

Tehran prosecutor Ali Alqasimehr has accused Trump and more than 30 others of his involvement in the airstrike drone attack on January 3, which killed the general in Baghdad, Iraq.

Apart from Trump, prosecutor Alquasimehr does not mention any other name, but stressed that Iran will continue to develop the prosecution process against those responsible for the attack, saying that they face charges of “murder and terrorism”, according to the state news agency IRNA .

Interpol, based in Lyon, France, has not yet responded to requests for comment on this request from Iranian justice.

According to the IRNA, Alqasimehr asked Interpol to put a “red warning” on Donald Trump and the rest of the elements, which represents the highest degree of urgency in the capture.

According to Interpol procedures, if this request is accepted, the local police authorities will have to carry out the arrest, on behalf of the country requesting it.

The warnings, however, cannot force local authorities to carry out these arrests or to extradite the suspects, although they can lift restrictions on the movements of these suspects.

After receiving a request, Interpol meets in a committee to discuss whether or not to share the information with its member states, with no need to publicly disclose any notice (although it regularly does so, through its website).

In view of the type of request made by the Iranian judicial authorities, Interpol is unlikely to comply with Iran’s request, as its guidance prohibits the organization from carrying out interventions or activities of a political or military nature, as will be the case with this attack on Bagdad.

The United States carried out an air strike in Baghdad on January 3, which killed Qassem Soleimani, the powerful general who directed the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and its activities in Iraq, increasing tensions between the two countries, driving Iranian forces to retaliate with a ballistic missile attack against American troops in the region.


Uber decides to stop Uber Eats in the Middle East

12:58 PM

Monday 04 May 2020

Books – Abdel Qader Ramadan:

Uber said today, Monday, that it decided to stop the service of Uber Eats in the Middle East.

“This decision will allow us to focus efforts and resources on other Uber Eats markets around the world,” the company spokesman said in an official statement obtained by Masrawy.

“We look forward to continuing our commitment to growth and investment in the Uber transportation platform in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Middle East,” he added.


Facebook introduces the hug emoji – Internet and Social

Facebook has introduced a new “reaction” in Italy, namely the emoji with which it is possible to show appreciation for posts, videos and comments on the social network. This is the embrace, which goes alongside the classic upward thumb, the heart, the laughter and the amazed, sad and angry faces.

The arrival of the emoji was announced two weeks ago on Twitter by Alexandru Voica, Facebook manager for the Emea region (Europe, Middle East and Africa), who had described the pictogram as a tool to “support each other in this unprecedented period. “

“Even if we are far apart, we will do it together,” reads the message that appears by selecting the emoji on Facebook.
The goal is to enable users to “convey even more affection in this time when many of us are far apart”.