The Muslim Brotherhood on Thursday issued a statement denying
that its overall leader, Hammam Saeed, has an account on any online social
network, stressing that web pages with his name are all fake, created to "spread
lies" about the movement.
In the statement, a copy of which was sent to The Jordan Times, the group expressed regret that some media outlets continue to publish statements carried by such false accounts without verifying the source and content.
The group also said it will sue any news outlets publishing baseless reports about its leaders.
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