Skip to comments.Report: Sadat's Killer back in Cairo
Posted on 02/17/2011 9:14:21 PM PST by Nachum
As posted on Twitter:
Anthony G. Martin @welshman007 Anthony G. Martin Later, folks--by the way, my news alert is ominous--the man who was banned after Sadat's murder is now back in Cairo!! Islamic EXTREMISM!
(Excerpt) Read more at twitter.com ...
Interesting, one On Sadat’s killers came back to life and returned to Cairo.
Amazing, I’m sure this will make all the big city papers.
Interesting, one of Sadats killers came back to life and returned to Cairo.
Amazing, Im sure this will make all the big city papers.
Looks like the Brotherhood has Thin Lizzy playing on their Ipod
Guess who just got back today, them wild eyed boys ain’t never been away
Haven’t changed, had much to say, man, them cats are crazy
The boys are back in town
Curiously, Qatar seems to be immune to protests -- or have there been riots there yet that I haven't heard about?
FEBRUARY 2011 : () For the first time since he was banned from leading weekly friday prayers in Egypt 30 years ago, prominent Muslim scholar Yusuf al-Qaradawi will lead thousands in the weekly prayers from Cairos Tahrir Square on Friday.
Sources told Al Arabiya that a military force will accompany the head of the International Union of Muslim Scholars from his home to Tahrir Square, provide security for the prayers and accompany him back to his residence.
Al-Qaradawi last delivered a Friday prayer sermon in Egypt in 1981 after the assassination of former President Anwar el-Sadat.(Excerpt) Read more at alarabiya.net ...-——Banned Qaradawi returns to lead Friday prayers in Egypt
Al Arabiya News Channel ^ |Thu February 17, 2011 | Farrag Ismael ../../../../../^http:/www.alarabiya.net/articles/2011/02/17/138093.html
Why would the Qararis protest?
They are filthy rich to a man (three times higher GDP per capita than the US), AND their economy grew by 20 percent last year.
I guess they take to the streets to demand an extra yacht.
Their foreign workers though...
If they started to stir trouble I guess they would just get chucked out.
They have few, if any, rights already and are practically slave labour - and there is plenty more where they came from willing to take their place.
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