Yahya Moussa appeared in the series The Choice 2, from inside the Rab’a Al-Adawiya sit-in, inciting violence, murder and bloodshed.
Yahya Al-Sayyid Ibrahim Moussa is the official in charge of the management of the armed entity in the terrorist group, and is wanted by Interpol, as he is convicted of “5” terrorist cases.
And “Yahya Moussa,” the official spokesman for the Ministry of Health during Muhammad Morsi’s rule of the country, was involved in overseeing the plan to assassinate the late Attorney General of Hisham Barakat’s advisor.
“Yahya Moussa” is considered the main participant in the targeting of the Patriarchal Church in the cathedral by preparing the suicide bomber Mahmoud Shafiq, as well as supervising the targeting of the churches of Tanta and Alexandria, as the cause of dozens of victims in the three terrorist incidents.
The information indicates that “Yahya Abu Musa” coordinated with elements of a terrorist movement by reconstituting clustered armed groups from the Brotherhood’s mobile elements in the internal arena and preparing them psychologically and militarily to escalate armed action and assassinate some state symbols and target its vital institutions with explosive operations, with the aim of Creating a state of chaos and exhausting the country economically.
Yahya Moussa is moving abroad after his escape after the June 30 revolution that toppled the Brotherhood’s rule in Egypt, as he is wanted in many cases related to incitement to violence, demonstrations and attacking state institutions.
The series “Choice 2” will be shown on the ON channel at 9 pm and it will be repeated at 2 am and 3:30 pm. It will be shown on the ON channel at 10.15 pm and it will be repeated at 4 in the morning, 11:30 in the morning and at 4:45 pm.
The series “Choice 2” written by Hany Sarhan, directed by Peter Mimi, and produced by Synergy Company and starring Karim Abdel Aziz, Ahmed Makki, Iyad Nassar, Bushra, Engy Al-Muqaddam, Asmaa Abu Al-Yazid, Hadi Al-Jayar, Ahmed Halawa, Ahmed Shaker Abdel-Latif, Mohamed Alaa, Islam Gamal, Ahmed Saeed Abdel Ghani, Salwa Othman Ali Al-Tayeb Tariq Sabry, Omar El-Shenawy, and a number of young artists.