A Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated group has sold of numerous properties in the UK to avoid re-appropriation by the government.
The Muslim Brotherhood sold a whopping £85 million worth of British property in a desperate bid to avoid confiscation of their funds by the British government.
The property is thought to include a number of high profile residential properties across London. The news comes following a statement by UK-based splinter group Muslim Brotherhood Without Violence.
The group also hit out at Brotherhood top brass, whom they claimed had adopted a policy of violence. Meanwhile the group's statement also warned activists against marches to mark the anniversary of the dispersal of sit-ins at Rabaa al-Adaweya and Nahda Squares.
British Prime Minister David Cameron issued a statement earlier this year asking the country’s intelligence agencies to investigate the Muslim Brotherhood after reports were issued that the Brotherhood was using London as a base “to plan militant activities after a crackdown in Egypt.”
The statement said: “The prime minister has commissioned an internal government review into the philosophy and activities of the Muslim Brotherhood and the government’s policy towards the organization.”
The Muslim Brotherhood stirred controversy in recent months after setting up their European HQ above a takeaway in Cricklewood, North West London.