Den marokkanske kvinneorganisasjonen advarer også mot at Det Muslimske Brorskapet sakte infiltrerer italiensk politikk.
Association of Moroccan Women in Italy president, Souad Sbai, claims that some Muslim women in the north of Italy are being kept chained up in their homes.»In northern Italy, there are women that live chained at home, from the kitchen to the bathroom, without being able to open the door,» said the leader of the women’s group. (…)Sbai also claims that Egypt’s Islamist Muslim Brotherhood organistion is slowly ‘infiltrating’ Italian politics.
Uttalelsene til Sbai falt I forbindelse med lanseringen av en ny bok, “The cost of the veil – Islam’s war against women”, av en italiensk journalist.
Her declarations took place during the presentation of a new book by Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena, ‘The cost of the veil – Islam’s war against women’Sbai praised Sgrena’s book as «a gift to all Muslim women, for those who suffer, and those who are dead.»Sgrena was held hostage in Iraq in 2005. Her release was secured by Italian intelligence officers, one of whom was shot dead by US soldiers when their vehicle came under fire at a checkpoint as he was escorting Sgrena to Baghdad airport at speed.