Egyptian opposition leader Ayman Nour talked about the "story of his death" leaked by Egyptian media close to the regime in recent days.
Nour said in successive tweets on his Twitter account that the story began on the evening of the second day of Eid al-Adha, when Mahmoud al-Sisi's office assigned intelligence to El-Baz to publish "news of my death with Wasfi in the news by the brothers and the terrorist."
He added that "El-Baz commissioned one of his tools to obey Mary Jabal, editor of incidents of the Constitution to publish the news on social (social networking sites), and then 12 m published on the newspaper."
He said in another tweet that what he described as the ridiculous game on Facebook moved "via Post (publication) to a journalist and lawyer of the sons of the dissolved National Party, Nora Ali Al-Farra."
He said the strange thing is that "the first comment on the post was from Nora's father, questioning the information, which quickly turned to breaking news in all intelligence newspapers."
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In another tweet, the Egyptian politician mocked the methods of the Egyptian regime in the face of his opponents: `` Wake up to find yourself accused in a case you know nothing about, and wake up to find yourself wanted to be killed by knowing ...
He stated that it is "surprising that those who call to kill you publicly kill you falsely and Afka, you read your obituary alive."
Ministers of the Authority have vowed to kill their opponents and then promote their newspapers to their death. It cannot be a coincidence or a fall, but a clear threat to stop exposing its failures and crimes.
Nour's tweets received widespread interaction on social media, and many expressed solidarity with him and condemned the working methods of the regime of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
"Ministers of the Authority have vowed to kill their opponents and then publicize their newspapers for their death," wrote the politician and former Egyptian minister Mohamed Mahsoub. "It cannot be a coincidence or a fall. It is a clear threat to stop exposing its failures and crimes.