After insulting the leaders of “Hamas”, Egyptian activist Wael Ghoneim announces the establishment of the “Martyr Anwar Sadat Brigades” and raises controversy

Cairo – “Ray Al-Youm”:

The Egyptian activist and bomber of the January 25, 2011 revolution in Egypt, Wael Ghoneim, announced the establishment of the Martyr Anwar Sadat Brigades, similar to the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, with different tasks.

Ghoneim said: “I announce the establishment of the Electronic Brigades of the Martyr Muhammad Anwar Sadat under the title #Peace_Army. The goal is to focus efforts to resist extremism in the Arab and Islamic world and respond to the trumpets blaring on social media against our rulers, presidents, and governors.”

Egyptian activist Wael Ghoneim apologized to the people of the Gaza Strip, after he appeared in a controversial video in which he directed a torrent of insults at the resistance leaders.

In a tweet on his page on “X” (formerly Twitter), Ghoneim posted an apology, in which he said, “You have the right to do so, people of Gaza. I am wrong and it was my duty to say good or remain silent.”

Ghoneim sparked widespread controversy by appearing in a video and in audio recordings on “X”, accompanied by Saudi tweeters, during which he insulted the leaders of “Hamas”.

Ghoneim devoted part of his attack to the spokesman for the “Al-Qassam Brigades,” Abu Ubaida, mocking him and his disguise, and promoting the claims of the Israeli occupation army spokesman, Avichay Adraee, who claimed to have revealed the identity of Abu Ubaida.

Print This Post

The post first appeared on

Leave a comment