Skip to comments.Egyptian Opposition Leader Ahmed Said: US Ignored Warnings on Brotherhood
Posted on 12/07/2012 11:13:08 PM PST by Olog-hai
Washington has failed to heed warnings from inside Egypt about the true intentions of the Muslim Brotherhood, business and political leader Ahmed Said tells Newsmax in an exclusive interview.
Unfortunately the United States was not listening, Said, head of the strongly pro-United States Free Egyptians Party, tells Newsmax. I was a member of parliament for the past five months before the parliament was dissolved, and I have met with several congressional delegations and met with Sens. John McCain and John Kerryand I dont think theyre really listening, to be very honest.
Said, whose group is among the many opposing Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, the first elected head of state in the countrys history, tells Newsmax.TV that Egyptians hoped that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney would be elected to the White House last month because of his tough foreign policy positions.
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James Clapper just says what he’s told. What a pity abandoning your conscience for a paycheck.
obama knows all about the muslim Brotherhood, and is probably a member.
Wut? Keep that raghead noise down, dudes. We’re trying to sleep here.
Washington, OTOH knew all along, everything and as previously posted, welcomed the brotherhood (spit)
Obama didn’t ignore the warnings - it was part of his master plan.
Exactly, he was fully aware of the consequences of these actions. Why is anyone surprised? His Muslim sympathies are well documented.
You are correct. B-HO supports the Muslim Brotherhood wherever they operate. He also supports Al Quida - just look at the weapons he gave them in Libya.
No, we WERE listening. We were just intentionally ignoring.
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