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Posted on 06/18/2012 9:30:57 AM PDT by Milagros
Egypt's fascist Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Mursi, growing danger against Women, Christians, Israel...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Candidate Wants Christians to "convert, pay tribute, or leave." Christian Post, May 31, 2012.
"Egypt's Copts back Shafiq as anti-Islamist bulwark," Egyptian Gazette, June 16, 2012.
Egypt's presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq has tried to establish his democratic credentials and said his Muslim Brotherhood rival would bring back the "dark ages".Ahmed Shafiq: Muslim Brotherhood pushing Egypt backwards," CCTV News, June 4, 2012.
Shafiq added the Muslim Brotherhood tried to blackmail the Christian Copts and prevent them from exercising their voting rights. While on Tuesday, his competitor Mohammed Morsi vowed to ensure the full rights of Christians and women if he is elected.
Oren Kessler: "Egypt Islamist vows global caliphate in Jerusalem," JPost, May 8, 2012.
If Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Mursi became president, Egypt's new capital will no more be Cairo, but the new capital will be Jerusalem, a prominent Egyptian cleric said at a presidential campaign rally, which was aired by an Egyptian private TV channel.Abeer Tayel, "Jerusalem to become Egypt's capital under Mursi's rule, says Muslim cleric," Al Arabiya, June 7, 2012.
"The United States of the Arabs will be restored on the hands of that man [Mursi] and his supporters. The capital of the [Muslim] Caliphate will be Jerusalem with God's will," Hegazy said, as the crowds cheered, waving the Egyptian flags along with the flags of the Islamist Hamas group, which rules the Gaza Strip.
"Tomorrow Mursi will liberate Gaza," the crowds chanted.
"Yes, we will either pray in Jerusalem or we will be martyred there," Hegazy said.
"Egypt Presidential Candidate Seeks Constitution Based on Sharia Law," RIA Novosti, May 13, 2012.
Billy Hallowell: "Mohammed Mursi of Muslim Brotherhood Calls for Sharia & Jihad in Egypt," The Blaze, May 14, 2012.
Egyptian women fear fewer rights, more harassment after elections," RT, June 7, 2012.
IN the latest edition of Foreign Policy magazine, Muslim reformer Mona Eltahawy called for a genuine revolution in the Middle East. Unlike the Arab Spring, this one would release women from oppression. "First we stop pretending," she said. "Call out the hate for what it is." Is misogyny prevalent and gaining traction in the Muslim world and why did most women vote for Islamists in Middle East elections?Ida Lichter: "Real reform for women a must in Muslim world," The Australian, May 20, 2012.
Recently, Muhammad Morsi, a leading Egyptian presidential candidate and head of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, called for instituting sharia law and banning women from running for president.
Even women who observe Islamic dress codes are harassed in Cairo, and during last year's demonstrations for freedom in Tahrir Square, women were molested and subjected to virginity tests.
Today, brandishing signs such as 'democracy will bring oppression' and 'Islam is the solution for Egypt', women in burkas were joined by men in traditional dress for a rally calling for sharia law to be imposed."London embassy protesters demand sharia law amid continuing chaos in Egypt," Daily Mail Reporter, February 4, 2011.
Muslim Brotherhood - epitome of Islamic fascism
The affinities between the Muslim Brotherhood and fascism were observed in the I930s...Roger Griffin, Matthew Feldman: "Fascism: Post-war fascisms," Taylor & Francis, 2004, p 31.
The collapse of fascist and Nazi ideology taking place in postwar Europe was simply not in evidence in the program of the Muslim Brotherhood.Jeffrey Herf: "Nazi Propaganda for the Arab World," Yale University Press, Nov 30, 2009, p. 251.
Islamism, or fascism with an Islamic face, was born with and of the Muslim Brotherhood. It proved (and improved) its fascist core convictions and practices through collaboration with the Nazis in the run-up to and during World War II.Marc Erikson: "Islamism, fascism and terrorism," (Part 3), Asia Times Online, December 4, 2002.
One Israeli was killed as gunmen from Egypt's Sinai Peninsula attacked workers constructing a border security fence with small arms and explosives, an Israeli Defense Ministry official said.Gwen Ackerman and Calev Ben-David: "One Israeli Killed as Gunmen Attack From Across Egypt Border," Bloomberg News, June 18, 2012
The Israeli was a civilian contract employee, the official said, speaking anonymously as he was not authorized to comment on record. At least two of the gunmen were killed after Israeli forces returned fire, an army spokesman said, speaking anonymously in accordance with military regulation.
The attack, which followed rockets fired from Sinai into southern Israel over the weekend, raised concerns in Israel about security on the border with Egypt, which signed a peace treaty with the Jewish state more than three decades ago.
The Muslim Brotherhood, which has criticized the accord with Israel, says its candidate Mohamed Mursi is set to win Egypt's first free presidential election. The group says Mursi took 52 percent of ballots, beating Ahmed Shafik, who served as premier under Hosni Mubarak. Votes are still being counted after the runoff election between the two men ended yesterday, and official results are due June 21.
We see here a disturbing deterioration in Egyptian control in the Sinai, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said, according to an e-mailed statement from his office. We are waiting for the results of the election. Whoever wins, we expect them to take responsibility for all of Egypt's international commitments, including the peace treaty with Israel.
Israeli officials have voiced concern about the close links between the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, the Palestinian Islamic movement that controls the Gaza Strip and opposes the Oslo peace deal with Israel that is supported by the Palestinian Authority.
The relationship between Israel and Egypt has frayed since Mubarak, who maintained the peace agreement, was forced out by street protests in February last year.
The Sinai is turning into a kind of Wild West used by militant Islamic groups to smuggle weapons and attack Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in April. Eight Israelis were killed in a cross-border attack by Palestinian militants near the southern resort city of Eilat last August.
,br> A natural gas pipeline running through Sinai to Israel has been bombed 14 times by Islamic militants since February 2012. The supply cuts resulted in Egyptian exports to Israel dropping to $179 million last year compared with $355 million in 2010, and Egypt terminated the supply agreement in April.
Israel is building a fence along the 240-kilometer (150- mile) border to block militants and African migrants from entering the country from Sinai. The government has said the estimated 1.35-billion shekel ($360-million) project is expected to be completed by year's end.
Israeli officials have also expressed concern over the smuggling of weapons into the Gaza Strip through tunnels dug underneath the Sinai border. The Israeli Air Force targeted what it said were two terror-activity sites in Gaza overnight, according to an e-mailed statement from the army. At least five Palestinian civilians were injured in the airstrikes, according to Adham Abu Selmeya, a spokesman for Gaza's emergency medical services.
This isn't Mubarak's Egypt and it definitely isn't an Egypt of peace or quiet, Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, a member of the Israeli parliament and former defense minister who was close to Mubarak, said on Army Radio. This is a different Egypt. What it will be and how it will act only heaven knows.
I imagine there are two factions today within the Muslim Brotherhood. One is pressing for a civil war to gain control of the military, the other wants to keep the military relatively intact while gaining control so they can immediately become THE Islamist power in the Middle East. The military won’t make either task easy but it seems inevitable that Eygpt will become a hard line Islamist Nation. There will be a bloodbath, eliminating Christians and pro democracy groups.
I don't think so!
The danger is in their double talk, appearing to the West at times as [temporary] “moderates” in order to conquer, a real Taqyyia.
Egypt has to be careful who its enemies are ~
Ahmed Khairy, spokesman for the Free Egyptians Party, a secular liberal party... He described Mr Mursi as an "Islamic fascist"..."Mursi and Shafiq go to Egypt poll run-off - media," BBC News, May 26, 2012.
Egypt’s election results are to be announced Thursday - nothing is official yet!
Egypts election results are to be announced Thursday - nothing is official yet!
Right. This is why I didn’t title it ‘Egypt’s “president.”’
The Muslim radicals in the White House have community orgainzed the take over of Arab nations by the Muslim Brotherhood. It’s set and done now. It’s like when Carter gave over Iran to the Mullahs. It’s history. No one can change it or fix it now.
American Jews thought it was a good idea to lend an African Muslimtheir power and creativity to get elected. American Jews are for centralized power and wealth redistribution and so are the Muslims. They are in the same leftist American power structure. It’s insane. It’s Germany all over again. Sad. The ‘never again’ slogan was just a slogan.
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