Jordan arrests Brotherhood deputy after UAE criticism - report
The Brotherhood has called on Jordanian authorities to release its official.
Zaki Bani Rushaid, a deputy leader of Jordan's Brotherhood chapter, was accused of "souring relations with a friendly country," the news service said, citing unnamed official sources.
Jordan has a history of squashing criticism of its important financial partners in the Gulf, the report said. Bani Rushaid had written an editorial decrying UAE policies.
The Brotherhood has called for his immediate release, the report said.
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