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Cairo seeks stable, positive ties with Tehran: Egypt FM

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Egypt’s interim Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy
Egypt’s interim Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy says the country seeks stable and positive ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

He said on Monday that Cairo seeks candid and serious talks with Tehran on different issues of mutual interest.

Fahmy described the Iranian nation as a respected one with a deep-rooted history. He said Egypt is playing a key role in the Middle East and North Africa.

On July 22, the head of Egypt’s Interests Section in Iran, Khalid al-Said Ibrahim Amari, said the new Egyptian government would make effort to strengthen relations with the Islamic Republic.

He added that the two “big regional powers” have wide-ranging grounds for cooperation, stating that Tehran-Cairo relations are very important and influential for the region.

Egyptian interim President Adly Mansour took the oath of office earlier this month after the military ouster of former president, Mohamed Morsi.

Iran severed its diplomatic ties with Egypt after the 1979 Islamic Revolution because Egypt had signed the Camp David Accords with the Israeli regime and offered asylum to Iran’s deposed monarch, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.

Tension has intensified in Egypt since the head of Egypt’s armed forces, General Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, announced on July 3 that Morsi was no longer in office. He also suspended the constitution and dissolved the parliament.

On July 27, at least 150 people were killed and scores of others injured in clashes during rival demonstrations by supporters and opponents of Morsi across the country.

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On the Warning Broadcast

On the Warning Broadcast July 28, 2013

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Nazi Naftali Bennett: ‘I’ve killed lots of Arabs in my life – there’s no problem with that’

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 NAZI JEWISH NAFTALI BENNETT

Jewish Nazi Naftali Bennett said “I’ve killed many Arabs in my life, and there’s no problem with that,” speaking at Sunday’s cabinet discussion on the release of Palestinians prisoners, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Monday morning.

The economy minister and Jewish Nazi Home party head was arguing with National Security Adviser Ya’akov Amidror about the prisoner release. According to the Hebrew-language report Yedioth‘s print edition, Bennett “proposed a problematic and controversial way for Israel to avoid having to put [captured terror suspects] on trial.”

Nazi Bennett: “If you catch terrorists, you have to simply kill them.”

Amidror: “Listen, that’s not legal.”

Nazi Bennett: “I’ve killed lots of Arabs in my life – and there’s no problem with that.”

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Four Palestinians convicted of attempted homicide over lynching of Nazi Jewish terrorist Natan-Zada

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Natan Zada lynch

Haaretz

A Haifa court on Monday acquitted seven Israeli Arabs of attempted murder in the lynching of Jewish terrorist Eden Natan-Zada, but convicted four of them of attempted homicide and two more of aggravated assault.

The court on Monday convicted all seven defendants of aggravated assault of police officers, obstruction of justice, and property damage due to rioting.

“At the very least, their intent was established,” the judges said. “The defendants’ behavior before entering the bus shows intent to achieve their goal. They tried to kill Zada.” They said it was unclear if Zada was already dead or alive, and added, “Before the incident, there was a great provocation. The provocation was both objective and subjective,” and therefore the defendants could not be convicted of attempted murder but rather of attempted homicide.

Natan-Zada, a deserter from the IDF, was killed in a lynching shortly after he perpetrated an attack on a bus in Shfaram in August 2005, killing four. The act was believed to be in protest against Israel’s disengagement from Gaza taking place at the time.

Some 300 residents of the northern Israeli city of Shfaram protested outside Haifa’s District Court on Monday in support of the defendants. The city of Shfaram announced a general strike over the indictments against the seven. Protestors warned of roadblocks if convicted.

Israeli Arab leaders who came to the demonstration said the conviction would be a blow to their community.

“Anything short of the complete acquittal of the defendants would constitute the justice system saying the blood of an Arab is worthless and the blood of a Jew, even when he is a terrorist, is holy,” said MK Mohammed Barakeh (Hadash). “That is an equation we cannot live with.”

Natan-Zada opened fire on passengers en route to Shfaram from Haifa using his army-issued rifle. He killed the bus driver, Michel Bahus, and three passengers, Nader Hayek and two sisters, Hazar Turki and Dina Turki, and wounded 20 others.

After the incident, photographs were published showing Natan-Zada was alive after he had been disarmed. The publication of these photographs led to a police investigation that ended with the arrest of 12 residents of Shfaram. Seven of them were charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault of police officers, obstruction of justice, and property damage due to rioting. The other five confessed as part of a plea bargain to interfering with and assaulting a police officer and were sentenced to community service. The seven defendants were Naaman Bahus, 37; Arkan Kurbaj, 27; Munir Zakut, 27; Basel Kader, 35; Basel Khatib, 29; Fadi Nasrallah, 36 and Jamil Sfouri, 49.

“This is a political trial,” one resident told Haaretz. “It’s obvious to us that the seven are going to be convicted. The goal of the trial is to placate the right wing. The prosecutor couldn’t back down from the situation it had gotten itself into. When they are convicted, roads in the north will be blocked.”

Last week, a protest tent was set up in Shfaram, and hundreds of residents have gathered there every evening to show solidarity with the defendants. Protesters also claim the state did not do enough to find those they say dispatched Natan-Zada to perpetrate the attack. The seven defendants deny the charges against them and their defense attorneys say there was no reason to try them.

Attorney Maher Talhami said that no investigation had been opened in similar cases where civilians or police officers acted against suspected attackers. In some cases, he said, police officers and civilians even received citations from the defense establishment.

Talhami also said it would be difficult to prove the defendants’ involvement in the crimes they are accused of. During the incident, he said, thousands of people congregated around the bus. The prosecution relied mainly on the testimony of police officers and photographs from the scene, claiming that Natan-Zada had been restrained and disarmed when he was beaten to death.

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Jihadists fire ‘US-made ballistic missile’ at Sinai security HQ

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El-Arish attack, occurring amid widespread military campaign against Sinai terror cells, leaves three soldiers injured

ed note–given Israel’s stated goal of deliberately creating instability in the Sinai as a precursor to her launching military operations in taking it back, the question that has to be asked is this–’where DID these ‘jihadists’ get this US made missile?’

Times of Israel

Jihadists attacked the Egyptian security headquarters in northern Sinai ostensibly using an American-made ballistic missile, Egypt’s interior ministry said early Monday morning.

In a statement posted on its official Facebook page, the ministry said the missile, which it said was made by the US, hit the third floor of the building in the city of el-Arish on Sunday evening, injuring three soldiers. Photos of the missile’s tail posted on the Facebook page reveal a small plaque reading “guided missile surface attack.” The missile was reportedly 168 centimeters (66 inches) long, 25 centimeters (10 inches) wide, and fired from “a great distance.”

The ministry did not specify what kind of missile it was.

Egypt has been waging a military campaign to eradicate terrorist cells across Sinai since jihadists attacked a military outpost in el-Arish in July 2011, killing six Egyptian soldiers. The operation was widened following the ouster of president Mohammed Morsi on July 3. Since Saturday, the army has been focusing its efforts on northern Sinai in a 48-hour operation dubbed Desert Storm. A total of 17 members of the security forces and at least five civilians have been killed in the area since the July 3 overthrow.

Egyptian security apprehended three suspects in the area surrounding the security building, including one Palestinian citizen, following the attack. The army also engaged two cars driven by gunmen, causing unknown injuries to their passengers, the ministry said.

Meanwhile, independent daily Al-Masry Al-Youm reported Monday that one Egyptian soldier was killed and eight wounded in a gunfire attack against an army base in the Egyptian city of Rafah.

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Eyewitness in Egypt: ‘Most were shot in the face – only one in the back’

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The hospital next to the Rabaa mosque was filled with the blood of 37 corpses, the doctors using two weeks’ worth of medical supplies in two hours

Aiman Husseini was lying by the wall. Khaled Abdul Nasser had his name written in black ink on his white shroud just to the left of the door. There were 37 corpses in the room. It was swamped in blood. The doctors had blood on their shirts. It wasn’t long before we had blood on our shoes. There were ribbons of it, dark brown, where they brought the stretchers in, even on the walls. The hospital next to the Rabaa mosque was packed with men and women in tears. Many of them talked about God. “These people are in the sun,” a doctor said to me. “They are with God. We are just in the shade.”

Believers all, I suppose. And the dead? Perhaps it requires a medical report to understand this many dead. Shot in the face, most of them, several in the eyes, many in the chest. I saw only one body which they claimed was shot in the back. Most of the faces they showed me were bearded. A massacre? Most certainly. And these were only a few of the dead. What on earth did General Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi intend to do when he called on Egyptians to give their support to him on the streets on Friday?

These killings took place in the hours before dawn. The police, everyone said, opened fire, first with birdshot, then with live rounds as members of the Muslim Brotherhood led by Mohamed Morsi paraded close to the tomb of President Anwar Sadat – himself assassinated 23 years ago by an Islamist called Khalid al-Islambouli, a lieutenant in the Egyptian army no less – not far from the mosque. Who fired first? Well, all the dead were Muslim Brothers or their friends or family. There were no dead policemen.

The Brotherhood said its people were unarmed, which may well be true, although I have to say that a man guarding a car park near the mosque who directed me to the hospital was holding a Kalashnikov rifle. Living in Beirut, I have grown used to seeing guns in the hands of young men, but I was a little shocked to see this man in a blue T-shirt holding an automatic weapon. But he was the only armed man I saw.

But why did this have to happen? Ahmed Habib, a doctor, told me that in all his life he had never experienced dead on this scale – and you have to remember that I was seeing only some of the Egyptians who died – and that he had used up two weeks’ worth of medical equipment in just a few hours. “Look at the blood on my clothes,” he shouted at me. Many of the doctors lay outside the room of the dead, sleeping on the dirty floor, exhausted after trying to save lives all through the morning.

No one blamed the army – which lets al-Sisi off the hook as a general but not as the coup leader who demanded that the people of Egypt support his battle against “terrorism”. Nor does it let him off the hook as a father. The general has three sons and a daughter, but the 37 dead men I saw were also children of Egypt who deserve, surely, some compassion. That they belonged to the Brotherhood – if they all did – does not make them “terrorists”. On Friday night, I told several friends that I feared there would be dead on the streets of Cairo. Does this mean that I, a mere foreigner, feared the mortuary room I saw and that al-Sisi – a lofty general – could not have predicted this?

“We are told we are a minority now, so we don’t deserve to live,” another doctor told me. I didn’t like the propaganda line but these were dramatic minutes in a room packed with dead bodies, so many that medical staff were literally tripping on the corpses and their shrouds. They were taken from the room on stretchers under the flash of cameras – no one missed the opportunity of Brotherhood martyrdom and many times was God’s name invoked outside – and inserted into ambulances that queued beside the mosque in the midday heat.

Many people said the things people always say when confronted by tragedy. That they would never give way, that they would die rather than submit to military rule – this in a country, remember, where we must believe that the coup that happened didn’t happen – and that God was greater than life itself, certainly greater than al-Sisi, a statement which the general would, of course, agree with. Dr Habib insisted that there was an afterlife which – being in a place of death – I admit I did ask him to prove. “Because we are not animals, to eat food and drink water all our lives. Do you think that is the only reason for our being?”

Behind the hospital were many men who had been wounded in the feet, some of them groaning with pain. But it was the dead who caught our attention, so newly killed that their faces had not yet taken on the mark of death. One paramedic had difficulty closing the eyes of a corpse and had to ask a doctor for help. In death, it seems, you must always appear to be asleep. And, cliché as it might be, I wonder if that is now the state of Egypt.

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Thousands of Syrian police who joined the rebels are on U.S. payroll

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The United States has been paying thousands of Syrian police officers who deserted the regime of President Bashar Assad.

Officials said the administration of President Barack Obama has approved tens of millions of dollars to pay the salaries of police officers who joined
the rebels. They said the officers were working to maintain order in rebel-controlled territory, mostly in northern Syria.

“There are literally thousands of defected police inside of Syria,” Assistant Secretary of State Rick Barton said. “They are credible in their communities because they’ve defected.”

In an address to the Aspen Security Forum on July 19, Barton, responsible for State Department stabilization operations, did not say how many Syrian police deserters were on the U.S. payroll. He said the officers were receiving about $150 per month, a significant salary in Syria.

The address marked a rare disclosure of direct U.S. aid to Sunni rebels in Syria. Congress has approved more than $50 million for the Syrian opposition, much of which has not been spent.

Barton said the police officers remained in their communities despite their defection from the Assad regime. He said the U.S. stipend was meant to ensure that they stay on the job.

“We’d rather have a trained policeman who is trusted by the community than have to bring in a new crowd or bring in an international group that doesn’t know the place,” Barton said.

Barton said the rebel movement was awaiting a range of non-lethal U.S. equipment. He cited night vision systems and medical supplies.

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IsraHell hoax on Gen. Dempsey unmasked

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Hoax exposed: Gen. Dempsey rebuffs speculations he called for Syria raids

General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US ArmyGeneral Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Army

By Gordon Duff and Press TV

“In truth, the calls for ‘kinetic strikes’ on Syria came from Senator John McCain of Arizona, a member of the Israeli lobby who met with Al Qaeda leaders in the Arab country in late May, 2013.”
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News media favorable to Israel and, quite inexplicably, supposed “anti-Zionist” blogs, are carrying a strange story attributing threats of “kinetic strikes” against Syria to General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, America’s highest military leader.

Thousands of news and conspiracy sites misquote General Dempsey as advocating “brute force” against Syria and favoring use of “kinetic strikes.”

Here are Dempsey’s actual words:

“About the use of kinetic strikes? That issue is under deliberation inside of our agencies of government and it would be inappropriate for me to try to influence the decision with me rendering an opinion in public about what kind of force we should use. I will let this committee know what my recommendations are at the appropriate time” (General Martin Dempsey, Chairman, JCOS)

In truth, the calls for such strikes came from Senator John McCain of Arizona, a member of the Israeli lobby who met with Al Qaeda leaders in Syria in late May, 2013.

Statement by Colonel Ted Guy, John McCain’s commanding officer while a POW:

Colonel Ted Guy “Hawk”

“I have absolutely no love or respect for Senator McCain. As far as I am concerned he is a damn liar and changes his tune to fit the occasion. For example, it has been published and he has said that after he was rescued out of the lake…in Hanoi that he was beaten and tortured. I have a DIA [Defense Intelligence Agency] message that quotes Francois Chalais, a French television reporter, on 25 through 27 December about his interview with McCain. In this interview he (McCain) states, ‘They immediately took me to the hospital, in a condition two inches away from death. A doctor operated on my thigh, others at the same time dealt with my arms.’

So much for the torture. Additionally, my knowledge and observance of McCain while the SRO at the Plantation clearly show me and others that he was never touched. Why then, all the talking to Foreign Press, and everyone else that wanted to talk to him? I and another senior, who I replaced as SRO in the Plantation, because he was out of communication, feel the same. JOHN McCAIN WAS NEVER TOUCHED THE ENTIRE TIME HE WAS IN NORTH VIETNAM, and I for one have and will continue to state so publicly.”

In a live video interview, broadcast around the world on CSPAN, Senator McCain attacked General Dempsey for his failure to advise President Obama to intervene militarily in Syria.

McCain attacked Dempsey for failing to support the American “surge” in Iraq in 2006, citing America’s tremendous success though, seven years later, American-backed Wahhabist terrorists kill dozens each day.

McCain also fails to note that the forces he supported in Iraq, forces he met with in Syria, are, in fact, Al Qaeda.

Senator McCain, son of Admiral Sidney McCain, famous for orchestrating the cover-up of the USS Liberty incident in 1967, is himself more than slightly notorious in military circles.

On July 29, 1967, only weeks after the attempted sinking of the USS Liberty, then Lt. John McCain nearly became the first American pilot to sink an American aircraft carrier.

While on the USS Forrestal, McCain fired the afterburners of his jet fighter as a prank to “singe” the pilot waiting behind him for takeoff. The flames from McCain’s aircraft set off the missiles on the plane behind him killing 134 sailors and maiming 169.

A few months later, McCain was shot down over North Vietnam. While a prisoner there, he aided North Vietnamese gunners by training them in tactics and predicting American bombing routes. (Source: Colonel Earl Hopper USA SF, Sgt Major John Holland, USMC).
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McCain made thirty-two propaganda broadcasts (all classified) for the North Vietnamese while a prisoner. When he returned home, he was called “the Manchurian Candidate” after a film character who was programmed to spy for the communists while held prisoner.


McCain received a presidential pardon after being charged with treason by Colonel Ted Guy USAF, his commanding officer while a POW.

McCain is the leading proponent for US interference against Syria on behalf of Israel.
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As Deputy Chairman (minority party) of the Senate Armed Forces Committee, he has used his post to support continued wars.

Military intelligence experts believe that McCain’s positions may be related to a combination of mental instability tied to the traumatic stress from his imprisonment exacerbated by blackmail, initially for his acts as a prisoner of war and later for his involvement in the Lincoln Savings and Loan scandals.

Hoaxes tied to Israel “delegitimization”

A week ago, the European Union voted sanctions against Israel for its failure to bargain in good faith over both seized Palestinian lands outside the 1949 ceasefire lines and its illegal use of lands occupied after the 1967 War.

In addition, Israel’s chosen presidential candidate Mitt Romney was defeated in a landslide sweep for President Obama who has now chosen to surround himself with advisors believed unfriendly to Israel.

This and other factors have left Israel politically isolated, in its weakest condition, since the 1956 Suez Crisis.

As a psychological operation to counter the reality of “delegitimization,” the decades-old effort to challenge the legal status of what many call an “apartheid state,” Israel uses its influence in the world’s media to introduce continual hoaxes, smearing enemies and misattributing acts favorable to Israel that are, in actuality, very unfavorable.

Thus, reports of “no-fly zones” over Syria or Russia failing to deliver the S300 defense system to Syria are concocted, these and more.

The most recent is the attempt to destroy General Martin Dempsey, whose tenure as America’s top solider is up for reconfirmation. The false stories spread through the news and “blogosphere” are part of the effort to, not only make Israel look strong when she is reeling and in decline, but to destroy Dempsey in the process.

General Dempsey’s questioning at the hands of Senator McCain is available for perusal. A review of the actual statements made and their context will clearly demonstrate that General Dempsey is more than slightly opposed to the use of force by the United States against Syria.

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Egyptians did what Germans should’ve done long ago (exclusive video)

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“I really don’t care much if the whole world called it a military coup, though it’s not, as long as Egypt rids itself of the nightmare of the Islamists and the MB rule.”

By  Dr. Ashraf Ezzat

What happened on June 30 in Egypt, whom the Egyptians proudly insist on calling the second wave of their revolution, was not a thing that erupted on the spur of the moment.  Rather it was due to a snowballing buildup of collective dissatisfaction and fear over the last year.  Watch my live video of the rallies June 30:
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Dissatisfied by the incompetent Muslim Brotherhood ‘MB’ governance and alarmed by their blatant agenda to turn Egypt into another Somalia or Afghanistan, Egyptians revolted again.

But this time they rallied in millions across the country not against a failing president or government, but against a fascist group that peddles religion, feeds on ignorance and prejudice and craves authoritarian power and in doing that the MB respects no civil norms and leaves nothing behind except chaos, violence and ruins of a nation.

I really don’t care much if the whole world called it a military coup, though it’s not, as long as Egypt rids itself of the nightmare of the Islamists and the MB rule.

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Revolt like an Egyptian

 

On June 30, 2013, Egyptians and for the second time in almost two years took to the streets in unprecedented numbers and fashion, mesmerized the world, surprised –or better yet fooled- the observing political circles around the world, and kicked out another incumbent president who failed to deliver on his electoral promises.

But in fact there is a lot more to this revolution than just broken promises. A lot more actually…

This is a historical precedent, and if we want to grasp the rationale behind this revolution, we ought to examine it in a historical context.

I know a lot of conspiracy theory addicts would rather see it in a Mossad/CIA –orchestrated thriller context, as if the Egyptians were hordes of cows who could not think for themselves which way to go.

Ann Patterson, US ambassador to Egypt

As a matter of fact the CIA was regularly receiving affirming reports from the American Embassy in Cairo that Egypt’s state of affairs is well under the control of MB and that they are a sure bet.

Ann Patterson, the US ambassador to Egypt, or the wicked witch as Egyptians like to call her, used to spend more time with the MB supreme guide than with her staff.

And even after the fall of the MB, Patterson refused to give up on her bet, and convinced the leaders of the MB to try and mobilize their loyalists and stir up violence to convince the west that Egypt is on the brink of a civil war.

Actually, Patterson’s scenario could do well in a tribal country like Syria, or Pakistan, where Patterson served before, but definitely not in Egypt.

I really love it when the west starts peeking at the Egyptian scene, through headlines and clueless TV reports, specially the brotherhoodized Al Jazeera.

When things get a little bit out of hand and may be beyond expectations and plans, we begin to hear the reactionary clichés “This is a coup, this is undemocratic. After all, Morsi is an elected president”

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Egypt’s military in history

 

Well, I have news for everybody, Morsi, the clumsiest and weakest in the long history of Egyptian presidency and monarchy, was not the president; he was just a ‘Stebn’- Arabic for a spare flat tire – that’s what the public called him.

The real power and orders came from the office of the Morshid – the supreme guide of the MB group- something similar to the Nazi Fuhrer.

Again and from a historical perspective, perhaps Egypt does import many of the western ready-made products and goods, but when it comes to domestic policy and authority, the land of the pyramids has a very old model of governance the whole world should learn from.

Egypt, the land that witnessed the first powerful central government in the history of mankind (3100 BC), has always relied on a strong and loyal army to protect the Egyptian nation from dangers and threats, be that external or internal.

Abdul Fattah El Sisi, Egypt’s military chief

At the critical moments, and whenever the country took an ugly turn, the Egyptian army and generals have always stepped in and saved the day for the Egyptian nation.

It is a repeated scenario that could be traced from Colonel Nasser 1952, way back to the time of commander Horemheb 1319 BC, who saved a crumbling empire after the turmoil era of the heretic king, Akhenaten.

And now we witness the addition of a new name in this long list of honor and glory; General Abdul Fatah El Sisi, commander in chief of Egypt army.

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Egypt’s first elected president

 

The rule of the MB was not just another term in office in a democratic system; it was the beginning of the end of the civil society Egypt has come to know and embrace since 1805 which witnessed the last days of the rule of the Ottoman Empire.

Maybe the MB resorted to one of the Western Democratic tools, elections that is, to get into the political Egyptian Arena, but that was just a one-time cheap trick not to be needed again; for they came to stay and to stay for good.

Nobody could deny that Mubarak’s rule was tainted with corruption and dictatorship, but that was common practice for Egyptians throughout most of their long history, it was ugly but nothing Egyptians haven’t seen worse before during the colonial or Ottoman era, or even the Roman one for that matter.

But the Muslim Brotherhood and their pathetic puppet, Mohamed Morsi, the so called democratically elected president, were trying to demolish the civil pillars of the country. This included their goal to brotherhoodize the Judiciary, legislative, and administrative institutions.

They wanted to  immerse the constitution with controversial and radical Sharia law, wipe out press freedom, terrorize the Christian and Shiite minorities and turn the women into veiled ghosts who could only uncover their upper veils to be fed, and their lower ones to get impregnated.

In short, the MB, an international syndicate of obscenely financed and radically brain-washed Islamists, were trying to hijack Egypt and turn it into the model they all treasure as the ideal Islamic Emirate, the Taliban example in Afghanistan.

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MB and al Qaeda/Hamas connection

 

Releasing Sadat’s killers was not covered in Western media, which means the non-Jewish controlled media want to keep it off the radar

Few months after Morsi took office, he swiftly and regularly released all the Islamist prisoners, who got convicted over terrorist operations, including the murder of the late president Sadat.

And moreover, Al-Qaeda leader, Ayman El-Zawahri, was encouraged to send many of his terrorist cells over to Egypt and to begin operating in North Africa, and the Middle East from their new headquarters, Sinai, which was a few inches close to being declared an Islamic emirate.

Morsi, himself, the so called democratically elected president, turned out to be an ex-convict who was detained in prison on charges of collaboration with foreign intelligence.

Morsi broke out of jail by force on January 28, 2011 amid the security vacuum that ensued after MB gangs attacked and burned down the police stations around the country, at the first days of the 2011 revolution.

And now Morsi is detained, pending investigations over crimes of  collaboration with foreign intelligence, jeopardizing Egypt’s national security and illegally breaking out of jail. And in any respected democracy, runaway convicts don’t run for presidency.

And guess who bulldozed down the walls of the Egyptian prisons and got him out with hundreds of convicted inmates?  … They were the Militias of Hamas (offshoot of the MB) and by the way, Hamas was also democratically elected, or in other words, eternally elected.

And one of the most dramatic consequences of the fall of the MB rule, besides Patterson’s magic going wrong, is that Egyptians grew ever more suspicious of Hamas and its secret connection with MB and began to see it as a potential threat to the Egyptian national security.

I know, at this point, many will jump in, and probably start sniffing around and will conclude by saying ‘ Aha, we smell Mossad’ … But the truth is that the Hamas-MB connection was stinky enough, the Israelis only had to stand back and enjoy the scene getting uglier.

And that’s why Morsi & the MB amazingly turned out to be strategic assets for the Israelis, who envisioned in their secret promises of giving away Sinai to Hamas, a final solution to their eternal conflict the Palestinians.

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Redefining Democracy

 

Morsi, escaped convict facing crimes of high treason

Is there a democratic system around the globe that finds out that its incumbent president is a runaway convict and a traitor who is also accused of electoral fraud and let him carry on in office till the end of his term?

Is there a democracy in this world whose presidency endorses and allows mobs of Islamists and MB loyalists to besiege the supreme constitutional court and humiliate its honorable judges to intimidate them into passing their laws and deformed constitution?

Maybe Morsi was democratically elected-his campaign is accused of electoral fraud; fake ballot papers, and tampering with the national register of electors- but he surely did not govern democratically afterwards.

This is part and parcel of the Islamists’ scheme, justified by their beliefs and theorists; play the infidels’ game until you have a good grip on power, then it’s a whole new game with a whole new rules; the Islamists’ emirate and their twisted interpretation of Islam and Sharia.

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The road to Iran

 

The Muslim Brotherhood gets Sadat

Of course, the USA and Israel were quite pleased by the way things were turning, or better yet deteriorating, in Egypt under the rule of a religious fascism like that of the MB, a group with affiliates all around Israel; in Jordan, Syria, Hamas and down to Sudan.

A group like that could be conveniently employed as a Sunni belt to encircle and help take down the Shiite nation of Iran.

The MB was going to be exploited to take down Iran, the current enemy of Israel and the USA, but only to be hunted down and dealt with as a terrorist organization soon afterwards exactly like what happened to Osama Bin Laden, a used to be CIA-agent.

And believe me the Mujahideen, and MB recruits and members have the same dogmatic mentality that, never learn from history, and will always qualify them as flies ready to be trapped in any foreign intelligence web.

One look at the Syrian circus of Mujahideens’ warfare will suffice as a living proof of how easy it is to turn any part of the Middle East into a sectarian inferno with the help of groups that peddles religion like Hamas and MB and of course the Jewish state of Israel- the founder of modern day religious fanaticism and the world sponsor for insanely mixing religion and politics

The second wave of the Egyptian revolution, protected and endorsed by the Egyptian army is not a blow to democracy, rather the contrary; it is reestablishing democracy that should be based on separating the synagogue, the mosque and the church from state.

Morsi overplayed his hand

It might be a blow to the US/Israel plan to turn the Middle East into a dreadful Sunni vs. Shiite war zone, in preparation to take down Iran.

And it is also a severe blow to the US credibility in the Middle East which witnessed throughout the last couple of years the fall and the forsaking of all US allies in the region.

The Regime of the MB, stripped of his so called political Islam cloak, is a fascist one exactly like that of German Nazism.

And ironically enough, and also from a historical point of view, Hitler was a democratically elected president who, like Morsi and his radical group, was trying to hijack a great nation and take it on a downhill cruise to the dark ages.

Only we Egyptians did what the Germans should have done long time ago. We kicked the Morshid/ Fuhrer out of office.

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Syria – The True Story – Full Documentary

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