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TUT Broadcast: Michael Collins Piper joins the program to discuss the recent NSA spying

TUT Broadcast July 3, 2013

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Michael Collins Piper joins the program to discuss the recent NSA spying ‘revelations’ and how this is an Israeli operation aimed at pressuring Obama into launching military actions against Syria, Iran and Russia.

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Egypt’s military issues arrest warrants for Muslim Brotherhood

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Up to 300 members sought as Adli Mansour is sworn in as interim of head of stat.

Link to video: Mohamed Morsi’s statement after being ousted by Egypt’s militaryEgypt‘s new military rulers have issued arrest warrants for up to 300 members of the Muslim Brotherhood hours after ousting the elected president, Mohamed Morsi, and taking him and his aides into military custody.

The morning after a momentous night in Cairo has revealed the full extent of the military overthrow, with key support bases of the Muslim Brotherhood, including television stations, closed down or raided. A focal point for Morsi’s supporters in the east of the city was approached by troops who fired into the air near angry Brotherhood members on Wednesday night.

The dramatic events have been welcomed by many in the capital, where most state institutions, including the security establishment, had steadily abandoned Morsi since Sunday.

Adli Mansour, the head of the constitutional court, was sworn in as interim head of state on Thursday.

The epicentre of the latest revolt, Tahrir Square, was teeming with up to one million revellers until well past midnight. The crowds were reportedly the largest the square had seen at any point since the first stirrings of revolution in February 2011, spilling over two bridges across the Nile and into the west of the city.

Elsewhere in Egypt, where backing for the Brotherhood had remained solid despite Morsi’s political tribulations, the reaction to his ousting has been far from celebratory. Up to 10 people died in clashes, and more than 400 were reported wounded, in the hours following the military chief Abdul Fattah al-Sisi’s announcement that he had ended Morsi’s presidency. Rallies are expected in many parts of the country throughout Thursday and are likely to be met by a prominent military presence.

The international response to the coup has so far been muted. Barack Obama is expected to make a statement at some time on Thursday. The US president had been supportive of the democratic ballot that elected Morsi in June 2012. Arab world leaders are understood to be considering how to deal with yet another seismic shift in the political landscape at a time of profound and ongoing regional instability.

The coming days are likely to prove crucial across Egypt, as the military strives to assert itself in a transition it will guide, with nominal civilian leadership, towards new parliamentary and presidential elections.

The Muslim Brotherhood will also find itself under pressure to react to the ignominious ousting of its chief patron, and the man who guided it to political legitimacy eight decades after the group’s inception throughout the rule of the former president Hosni Mubarak when it remained outlawed.

Muslim Brotherhood leaders have pledged to conduct peaceful protests in response to Morsi’s ousting. However, before the coup two of the former president’s aides said no political leader could control the anger of the people.

“In the space of one night we are back 60 years,” said Amr Darrag, a senior Muslim Brotherhood member and former minister for international co-operation. “All of our leaders are being arrested in the middle of the night. Their houses are being stormed. Their children are being scared. All of our remaining leaders are banned from travel and this is just the start.

“Yesterday we were part of the government doing what we thought was best for Egypt. Even if you don’t agree with us, this has gone too far.”

Mansour’s installation as interim of head of state caps a rapid rise for the head of the supreme constitutional court, who was appointed chief justice only on Sunday – timing that coincided with the first day of mass protests against Morsi.

Egypt’s civilian opposition as well as senior Muslim and Christian leaders are likely to play prominent roles in a transition period. The military has cast itself as a reluctant overlord and has not yet specified how long it will remain in effective control.

Wednesday’s coup followed several weeks of attempts by Morsi to reach out to opposition groups. The ousted leader’s aides insist he had been prepared to enter into power-sharing arrangements, but had been rebuffed at every turn.

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Bugged: Ecuador reveals details on London Embassy surveillance

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Ecuador's Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino shows a picture of a hidden spy microphone uncovered at the office of Ana Alban, the Ecuadorean ambassador to the United Kingdom, during a news conference in Quito, July 3, 2013 (Reuters / Gary Granja)Ecuador’s Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino shows a picture of a hidden spy microphone uncovered at the office of Ana Alban, the Ecuadorean ambassador to the United Kingdom, during a news conference in Quito, July 3, 2013 (Reuters / Gary Granja)

An image of the hidden microphone used to bug an office in Ecuador’s London embassy, where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been living for over a year, was revealed by Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino during a press conference Wednesday.

Patino told reporters the recording device was found beneath a desk in the office belonging to Ana Alban, the Ecuadorean Ambassador to the United Kingdom, according to Reuters. Patino said the microphone was discovered on June 16 before he visited the embassy to meet with Assange, who lives and works in a different room of the office. The British Foreign Office refused to comment on the matter.

I didn’t denounce this at the time because we didn’t want the theme of our visit to London to be confused with this matter,” Patino said in a press conference Wednesday. “Furthermore, we first wanted to ascertain with precision what could be the origin of this interception device in the office of our ambassador.

We are sorry to say so, but this is another instance of a loss of ethics at the international level in relations between governments.”

WikiLeaks tweeted a close-up image of the device, which Patino said held a SIM card and was designed to transmit private conversations from inside the embassy. The microphone is thought to have been in place for weeks.

The British Foreign Office refused to comment and a spokesman for Prime Minister David Cameron said he could not speak on security issues.

Patino met with British Foreign Secretary William Hague on June 17 to discuss Ecuador’s decision to shelter Assange. The WikiLeaks leader is facing an extradition request to Sweden, where he is wanted for questioning in relation to allegations by two women of sexual assault and rape.

If Assange travels outside the embassy he could also be extradited to the United States, where he would likely be charged in connection with releasing thousands of State Department cables and documents regarding military activity in Iraq and Afghanistan. Bradley Manning, who admitted disclosing the information to WikiLeaks, is currently on trial and could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted.

Patino was careful to note during the press conference that he was not accusing the UK of placing the recording device, saying Ecuador “is infiltrated from all sides.” It is not illegal for one country to bug another, according to The Guardian.

Asked for the UK’s help in identifying the source, Patino said Ecuadorean authorities “have reason to believe that the bugging was carried out by the company, the Surveillance Group Limited…one of the biggest private investigation and undercover surveillance companies in the United Kingdom.”

The Foreign Minister added that Ecuador was still considering Edward Snowden’s request for political asylum. United States law enforcement is pursuing Snowden, and Vice President Joe Biden previously asked Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa to deny Snowden’s request.

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14-year-old boy publicly executed by Zio-NATO Al-Qaeda for ‘blasphemy’

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Syria – Jabhat al-Nusra punishing two men Sharia’a style

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Four reasons why Israel may miss Morsi after all

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Egypt’s president is no Zionist, but will Israel truly benefit from his ouster?

By  | Jul.03, 2013
Man kisses Morsi poster.

A man kisses a poster of President Morsi during a rally in Cairo, July 3, 2013. Photo by AP

As Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi remains effectively powerless after the ultimatum set by Egypts army expired on Wednesday, it was hard not to sense the levels of satisfaction in Israel. Though Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed the cabinet to keep quiet about the crisis in Cairo, there is little doubt that the ministers are delighted with the latest twist in the Egyptian saga.

But should they be?

Morsi, of course, is no Zionist. The word “Israel” has never passed his lips in public and his spokesman denies he ever sent President Shimon Peres aletter of thanks after the latter congratulated him on his election last year. However, his year of presidency has not harmed Israeli-Egyptian relations. Quite the contrary.

Here are four reasons why Israel could still end up missing Morsi:

1. Under Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood did the unthinkable when it affirmed the Camp David peace accords with Israel. Its leaders did talk of amending the treaty but they continued to uphold it, just asHosni Mubarak‘s regime did before. Muslim Brotherhood members and government ministers may not have not with Israeli officials, but on the most crucial level for Israel – the security channels – cooperation was maintained and even improved, Israeli defense sources said, after a rocky period following Mubarak’s fall.

Morsi’s tenure was the first in which a large and popular Egyptian party that was elected in a democratic process supported, even if begrudgingly, the peace treaty with Israel, and justified it to the Egyptian people.

2. Israel feared that when in power, the Muslim Brotherhood – the ideological forebear of Hamas – would back the Palestinian Islamist movement and encourage it to launch missiles against Israel, while threatening Israel not to retaliate. Though, for a time, Hamas thought it was immuned, the Morsi administration actually did not try to stop Israel from launching Operation Pillar of Defense in Gaza last year, in which Hamas’ military leadership and infrastructure was severely damaged. Morsi was also successful in achieving a swift ceasefire that has engendered for the past eight months – an unprecedented period of calm in southern Israel – which is now being adroitly observed and enforced by Hamas. The Muslim Brotherhood has reined in Hamas in a degree that never existed during Mubarak’s time.

3. In Mubarak’s day, the Egyptian army failed to act decisively against smuggling operations in Sinai, and from there through underground tunnels, into Gaza. For the Egyptians, this was an opportunity to create regional balance between Israel and the Palestinians, while keeping the Bedouin tribes who control the smuggling satisfied.

Since Mubarak’s fall, chaos has reigned in Sinai. But over the past year, under Morsi’s rule, the army has been sent on more focused and forceful operations against Al-Qaida elements that have taken over parts of the peninsula, and more importantly for Israel, it has demolished large numbers of smuggling tunnels. The closeness between Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas has made Egypt more determined to fight extreme Islamists in Sinai and Gaza, as well as smuggling of arms.

4. Despite fears of a rapprochement between Iran and Egypt following the Muslim Brotherhood’s electoral victories, the differences between Sunni Egypt and Shia Iran have widened under Morsi, and any chance of cooperation now seems very remote. Instinctively, the Brotherhood identifies with the Sunni rebels fighting the Bashar Assad regime.Hezbollah‘s deepening involvement in Syria on Assad’s side has made the government in Cairo an implacable foe of the Lebanese militia.

Morsi’s Egypt is firmly in the anti-Iran camp. Prolonged political chaos in Cairo will attract the West’s attention away from the civil war in Syria and help Iran and its allies to continue propping up the Assad regime.

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SYRIA Children Receive Weapons Training By Zio-NATO Rat’s

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SYRIA WATCH–AIPAC’s Pro-Zio-Nazi Think Tank Accuses Anti-Interventionist Of dual loyalty

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Syrian Shiites suffering in the war launched against them

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Syrian Shiites suffering in the war launched against them https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA81Sq5MUxc
 Full details in this article: http://www.syrianews.cc/syria-plan-st...
 The following report by investigative journalist Ghadi Francis for the Lebanese OTV channel sheds some light on the suffering of part of the 19 million Syrians who refused to leave their country and decided instead to defend their homes in the face of tens of thousands of terrorists backed by NATO and their local stooges.

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ZIONIST AGENT KUWAITI CLERIC BUYS WEAPONS FOR CIA BACKED REBELS IN SYRIA PRAISES SLAUGTHERING AND TERRORISM

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KUWAITI CLERIC BUYS WEAPONS FOR ZIONIST BACKED REBELS IN SYRIA ,PRAISES SLAUGTHERING AND TERRORISM ,WHILE KUWAITI MP SAYS THESE DON’T FIGHT ISRAHELL HOWEVER
[ed notes;scumbag cleric admits hes sending 12 thousand new rebel fighters(foreigners) to Syria!!!the Kuwaiti mp in end exposes them and says these will not fight israhell however. 
SYRIA Children Receive Weapons Training By Islamist Rebels Of Al-Nusrah Front (Suicide Bombers?) 
 

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