After Mahmoud Ezzat delegated his powers to the London-based Secretary-General of the International Organization, Ibrahim Munir, Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim (a sociology professor at the American University), revealed that the Brotherhood in London possesses a fortune estimated at nearly $10 billion.
Saad Eddin, who also serves as Director of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies, added that the Brotherhood in London enjoys a sense of security (that allows it) to conduct its activities from there.
The group maintains multiple financial interests in Britain, with an estimated worth of $8 -$10 billion. This is in addition to investments on the Isle of Man.
Source: / The Seventh Day