The British newspaper The Times addressed the planned visit of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to London, and considered that it is appropriate for the British government not to welcome him because he is a dictator leading a brutal regime, according to the newspaper's expression.
She said - in an article presenting the newspaper's opinion on Friday - that this British government may see itself compelled to establish cooperative and beneficial relations to receive notorious personalities, but nevertheless hosting it for the Egyptian President will arouse the right of many people.
Sisi is visiting London to participate in the British-African summit scheduled for next Monday.
The Times said that since Sisi seized power in a military coup in 2013, he has cemented his image as a very cruel and brutal tyrant, even by the standards of unfortunate Egyptian history, according to the newspaper.
And she saw that Sisi was able to escape punishment for his violations of human rights so far, because the rest of the world turned a blind eye to what he was doing. She said that despite pressure from the US Congress, the Donald Trump administration had directed the Sisi regime only with subtle criticism, reminding that Trump once described Sisi as his favorite dictator.