The disappearance of the Secretary-General of "believers without borders" in mysterious circumstances in Amman[/ltr]
[ltr][rtl]Release date: 2018/11/10 9:57[/rtl] • [rtl]48 times read[/rtl][/ltr]
Jordan's General Security Directorate announced on Friday that it had received a statement on Friday evening that the organization's secretary-general, Yunus Qandil, had disappeared under mysterious circumstances in Amman, adding that it was investigating the incident.
The Ammon site quoted a source in the Directorate as saying that Qandil had disappeared in Tareq and that his vehicle had been found there.
According to his brother Adel Kandil, the car was found in an "unusual position", where the engine was working, the lights turned on, and the doors were open.
Adel Qandil accused the Brotherhood of causing the abduction of his brother, adding that the latter filed a security report last week for receiving death threats.
Last month, the Jordanian authorities banned a controversial conference called "Insurers Without Borders" because it contained insulting clauses.
"Insured without Borders" is a research and research institution established in 2013 based in Rabat, Morocco, with several branches and coordination offices in some Arab countries.
The Foundation says that it "contributes to the creation of a free and creative knowledge space to discuss the issues of renewal and religious reform in Arab and Islamic societies, and that faith without limits is superior to biases and ideological, racial, cultural, religious, sectarian and sectarian differences."
It also aims to "create the opportunity, the enabling environment and the support that allows the various types of intellectual and scientific pluralism to interact and combine their efforts."