Skip to comments.Morsi is speaking NOW...
Posted on 12/06/2012 12:18:40 PM PST by Obama_Is_Sabotaging_America
Morsi of Egypt is speaking LIVE NOW. Can someone please translate or explain what he is saying? Thanks!
he just saved a lot with Geico. :)
He is transmitting in Morsi code.
“The mother of all battles has begun”.
He’s probably saying that Obama has taught him that becoming a Dictator requires falsely representing yourself FIRST, then once you get it in, you go evil. Then, the people become angry. Then, you continue to wage your war on your people while urging them to just stay calm and take it because there’s nothing they can do about it.
“Western Infidel Crusaders will never reach Bagdhad!”
“The rich need to pay their fair share.”
Oh, wait; that’s Obama.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi expressed sorrow for ongoing violent protests outside his palace and called for dialogue in a speech on Thursday night, but offered no concessions to Egypt’s increasingly polarised opposition.
Seven people were killed, and more than 770 injured, during hours of clashes outside the presidential palace on Wednesday. Supporters of the president attacked a group of opposition protesters staging a peaceful sit-in outside the palace, using firebombs, clubs and guns, according to witnesses.
In his speech, Morsi called the violence “regrettable,” and blamed it on “infiltrators” funded by unnamed third parties.
“Such painful events happened because of political differences that should be resolved through dialogue,” he said.
His speech, still ongoing, comes amidst ongoing unrest in the Egyptian capital. At least five tanks were deployed outside the palace on Thursday, according to the army. The state news agency said the military deployment was to “secure” the building. Nine armoured troop carriers were also reported on the street outside the palace.
The violence that had stretched from Wednesday afternoon into the early hours of Thursday had abated by morning, and the streets were calm. The soldiers were members of the Republican Guard, whose duties include protecting the president and his offices.
“The Republican Guard began a deployment around the headquarters of the presidency ... to secure the headquarters of the presidency in its capacity as a symbol of the state and the official headquarters of government,” the agency reported.
Yet violence had picked up again by Thursday afternoon as the opposing sides began throwing stones at each other, despite the military presence.
Angry mobs battled
The fighting erupted late on Wednesday afternoon when thousands of Morsi’s supporters descended on an area near the presidential palace where about 300 of his opponents were staging a sit-in.
Members of Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood chased the protesters away from their base outside the palace’s main gate and tore down their tents.
After a brief lull, hundreds of Morsi opponents arrived and began throwing firebombs at the president’s backers, who responded with rocks.
The deployment of hundreds of riot police did not stop the fighting. The police later fired tear gas to disperse Morsi’s opponents.
Egypt’s top Islamic body also called on the president to suspend his constitutional decree, and demanded unconditional dialogue between Morsi and his opponents. Al-Azhar said Morsi should “suspend the latest decree and stop using it,” in a statement issued on Thursday.
Morsi, for his part, seemed to be pressing relentlessly forward with plans for a December 15 constitutional referendum to pass the new charter.
Another official resigns
A prominent Christian said he had resigned from his role as an aide to President Morsi and a senior official in the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party.
“I have decided to retire from any political work and to withdraw from any political role ... including withdrawing from any role in the presidency and the Freedom and Justice Party,” Rafik Habib said in a statement on his official Facebook page.
It was not immediately clear from the statement what had prompted Habib to step down.
Compounding Morsi’s woes, four of his advisers resigned on Wednesday, joining three other members of his 17-member advisory panel who have abandoned him since the crisis began.
The large scale and intensity of the fighting marked a milestone in Egypt’s deepening schism, pitting the Brotherhood and ultra-conservative Islamists in one camp, against liberals, leftists and Christians in the other.
The violence spread to other parts of the country on Wednesday. Anti-Morsi protesters stormed and set ablaze the Brotherhood offices in Suez and Ismailia, east of Cairo, and there were clashes in the industrial city of Mahallah and the province of Menoufiyah in the Nile Delta north of the capital.
There were rival demonstrations outside the Brotherhood’s headquarters in the Cairo suburb of Moqatam and in Alexandria, security officials said senior Brotherhood official Sobhi Saleh was hospitalised after being severely beaten by Morsi’s opponents.
The opposition is demanding that Morsi rescind the decrees giving him nearly unrestricted powers and shelve the controversial draft constitution, which the president’s Islamist allies rushed through last week in a marathon, all-night session shown live on state TV.
Mohamed ElBaradei, a leading opposition reform advocate, said late on Wednesday that Morsi’s rule was “no different” than Mubarak’s.
“In fact, it is perhaps even worse,” the Nobel Peace Prize laureate told a news conference after he accused the president’s supporters of a “vicious and deliberate” attack on peaceful demonstrators outside the palace.
“I insist that we raise tax rates on the top 2%”
Probably blaming the Jews.
Say Hi to the little lady.
I believe morsi is sayi8ng “:Yabada...yabada...yabada...” or something to that effect.
Morsi is saying he will create a new assembly to draft a new Constitution (if the existing one is rejected). He’s calling for a ‘new dialogue’. Sounds familiar.. Did he steal an 0bama speech?
Quick! Someone tell Bob Costas that they’re killing each other with rocks and firebombs over there.
"Can you hear me now?"
And tomorrow is going to be the famous “After Friday Prayers” Muslim love-fest. They always seem to be especially violent after their prayers.
So in other words, he’s going to go through with the so-called “referendum”?
“As the Leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, of which Al Qaeda is an early and continuing affiliate, we appreciate that President 0bama continues to give us billions of dollars to defeat Western Civilization generally and the Zionists particularly. Brother 0bama, we salute you! Keep those checks coming!
We understand you are trying your best to help us install Al Qaeda friendly regimes in Libya and Syria. Keep up the good work, and let us know how we can coordinate!”
The crowds still haven’t left. We’re in for a long protest, I think. Just like the initial protest in Cairo, pre-Morsi.
it sounded like he said:
Dirka dirka, Muhammed jihad...
Dirka dirka, baklava
Hadji Girl, I love you, anyway
I’m a proud USC Trojan.
My kids are American citizens born in California.
They were happy to vote absentee for Baraq.
When is USC gonna fire Lane Kiffin?
“Panic on the streets of Cairo...”
You get to vote one time in the Middle East....
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