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Tawakol Kerman attacks Al-Sheikh and describes him as tyrant 

The Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Tawakkol Karman, slammed Saudi Minister of Islamic Affairs, Advocacy and Guidance, Abdul Latif Al al-Sheikh, describing him as a priest and polisher of the shoes of kings and sultans.

Karman’s attack against Al al-Sheikh comes in response to a tweet by Al al-Sheikh in which he attacked the Muslim Brotherhood and justified crimes against them, including the imprisonment of the elected Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi as he said that his imprisonment was "justice from God."
"If you were not one of the polishers of kings’ and sultans’ shoes, you would not have been appointed as Minister of Islamic Affairs to use religion in their own interests," said Tawakkul Karman, in her official account on Twitter. She said that this tyrant claims that what happened to Muslim Brotherhood was “Allah justice.” 
Karman said: “It is not Allah who plotted, financed and planned to kill them [Muslim Brothers] but criminals from Al Saud, waited to see the moment of their fall down and the demise of their rule.”
"They are not even normal human beings. They are criminals against their people and many other nations, they will pay for their crimes," Karman said.