Skip to comments.Egyptian Cleric: Egypt's Authority Should Be Divided...Flag of Islam Will Fly over White House
Posted on 04/18/2013 11:14:27 AM PDT by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis
Following are excerpts from an interview with Egyptian cleric Abu Islam, which aired on Al-Kahera Wal-Nas TV on March 18, 2013:
Abu Islam: We have four large Islamic groups: The Muslim Brotherhood, the Salafis, the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, and Al-Gamaa Islamiyya. These are the four significant powers.
Is there anyone more qualified to lead the country than the Muslim Brotherhood? Then let the Muslim Brotherhood assume this responsibility.
Who should be in charge of religious affairs in Egypt? The Salafis. Is any group more qualified than the Salafis to regulate ideology? I choose the Salafis to run Al-Azhar and the Ministry of Religious Endowments.
We are left with the army and the police. Which is the best to run the police? The Muslim Brotherhood? No. The Salafis? No. Al-Gamaa Islamiyya is the best for the job. This leaves the army for the Egyptian Islamic Jihad.
This is how disagreements can turn into pluralism, and I pray to Allah that this will be accepted by all, and the various powers of the Islamic nation will come together.
Interviewer: What about all the other people?
Abu Islam: What people?
Interviewer: All those people who do not belong to these four groups.
Abu Islam: Tell me exactly who you mean. The Communists?
Interviewer: For example
Abu Islam: They have ruled for a long time. They have had enough. The liberals? They have ruled for a long time and have had enough too. Lets give Islam a chance for once.
Trust me, very soon we will see the flag of There is no god but Allah flying over the White House. They are already holding [Muslim] prayers in the White House.
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You nailed it.
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