Skip to comments.An Apology From Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Government? No, a Veiled Threat
Posted on 09/12/2012 1:26:43 PM PDT by EagleUSA
Reuters reports that Egypts prime minister, Hisham Kandil, has magnanimously said the U.S. government should not be blamed for the film about Mohammed that is the latest pretext for Islamic supremacist savagery. And is Egypts government sorry about the attack on our embassy? No. Kandil says the attack was regrettable but not because rioting over a film is barbaric. Rather, it is regrettable because the people who produced this low film have no relation to the (U.S.) government. So rioting against the filmmakers is fine, and if there were any nexus to the government, rioting at our embassy would be fine, too.
Which brings us to the second part of Kandils statement: We ask the American government to take a firm position toward this films producers within the framework of international charters that criminalize acts that stir strife on the basis of race, color or religion. Translation: Were not holding the American government responsible yet but if it fails to punish the filmmakers, then all that regrettable stuff might not be so regrettable.
The Obama administration has brought this on itself, and the rest of us, by elevating sharia blasphemy standards over the First Amendment. As I explain in Spring Fever: The Illusion of Islamic Democracy, the State Department is working with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, a bloc of 57 Muslim governments, to impose a resolution demanding that all nations enact laws against condemning not only incitement to violence based on religion, but also incitement to discrimination or hostility to religion.
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Isn’t Muslim Brotherhood Obama’s club?
Of course that will never happen but one has to wonder about the effect it might have on the corrupt politicians in the middle east that feast on American taxpayer's dollars while denouncing our nation and whining about Islam being disses by some movie.
Translation: Were holding the Libyan government responsible and if it fails to punish the perpetrators, then they will be the regrettable ones.
Egypt needs to get the message. Immediately deport all Egyptian nationals. Cut the $1.5 billion in aid. Level their M1A1 tank factory. Destroy their military infrastructure. If they don’t say they are sorry after that, then take out their entire electrical grid. Muslims do not deserve the technical advantages of the 21st century. Send them back to the 8th century where they belong. And no rebuilding this time.
“...Isnt Muslim Brotherhood Obamas club?...”
Yes. He is a major contributor of taxpayer-dollars to these Islamofascist terrorists.
They want us to entirely rework our society and culture to suit......................ISLAM.
Sounds like a winner to me.
Oh really? So we should just gut the First Amendment to appease these barbarians?
Maybe we should consult history first. It is an historical fact that, since the seventh century, Islam has never lived peaceably with its neighbors anywhere it has gone, at any time. Heck, Islam can't live peaceably with itself; e.g., the perennial bloody schism between Sunni and Shi'a Islam.
So, who's to blame for the "strife" this double-speaker is referring to?
Which leads me to ask: What kind of "god" is presiding over all this? Such a god must be bloody-minded, seeking the complete submission of all of mankind to his "rule."
On this basis, I suspect that Muslims in general are not the best candidates for U.S. citizenship: There is zero correspondence between Sharia and Constitutional law. Not to mention that women are regarded in Islam, not merely as "second-class citizens," but as the chattel of the male members of their families. So-called honor killings are pretty much confined to females who seek self-determination. Evidently, Allah does not approve of this.
So, why the deafening silence of the so-called American "women's liberation movement," which was so prominently on display at last week's DNC?
Speaking of the DNC: I note that the number of Arab-American delegates at the DNC has increased some 25% since the last presidential election cycle. I mention this just in case anybody's still wondering why God and the Jerusalem language were deleted from the party platform.... Presumably with the "blessing" of our sitting president until the political blowback forced him to put the language back into the platform by a "rigged" voice vote.
Rather than face dangerous facts, the MSM is, as usual, trying to change the subject altogether. You see, it's really Romney who's the bad guy here for simply stating what should be obvious to anybody who knows the history of Islam, and the history of the United States of America....
Oil and water do not mix.
Thank you, EagleUSA, for this excellent post!
Al-zawahirie, an Egyptian, and who was Bin Laden's right hand man, now the head of Al Qeada has had connections with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.
Ayman al-Zawahiri, a leading contender to replace Bin Laden, was once aligned to the Muslim Brotherhood. His brother Mohammed was arrested under Mubarak and re-arrested shortly after his release by Egypt's military rulers.
What to Obama might seem like “denigrating” a religion to others could be more like simply telling the truth about a religion that has been hijacked by extremists. We can’t be blackmailed by the threat of violence if we say or do what Islamic extremists deem to be blasphemy. We Americans cannot allow them to intimidate us. So therefore I fully support Mitt Romney’s statement. We need to vote the Apologist in Chief out of office.
I agree with you.
You got that right!
Islam literally means submission. I will not submit.
“..Thank you, EagleUSA, for this excellent post!..”
You are welcome.
And don’t miss the great, new movie coming to a theatre near you soon.....
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The kind of god that would pick as prophet a pedophile.
I am in complete agreement with your "oil and water" analogy. Islam is anathema to our Constitutional Republic and to our notion of freedom.
On that point, dear brother allmendream, we are in complete agreement.
Neither will I.
May God ever bless you!
And the answer to that question represents an enormous part of the explanation as to why America stands on the brink of demise.
God bless you, for your love of this republic, and your courage to voice what needs to be voiced in her defense.
The animosity of Muslims towards Christians like oil and water whichever you choose goes back many centuries. Though it became much more apparent with Mohammed the real animosity started out of Abraham’s tent when Abraham kicked his handmaiden Hagar out with son Ishmael and settled on his true wife Rachael with son Issac. Both Christians and Muslims consider Abraham their “godfather’. Mohammed was nothing more than the ‘prophet’ of his time trying to establish a following apart from the stem of Issac and he did quite well for himself.