Skip to comments.Rival gangs gearing up for battle after Egypt's military coup.....
Posted on 07/05/2013 4:14:13 AM PDT by Rummyfan
Supporters of Mohamed Morsi expected to pour on to the streets after Friday prayers today
Mohammed Badie detained in Mediterranean coastal city near Libyan border over killings outside Cairo HQ
Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi being held at Presidential Guard facility just a year after coming to power
Judge in Egypt's supreme court, Adly Mansour, sworn in as interim president in Cairo just hours after coup
BBC reporter tweeted that people were chanting 'no more beards' apparently aimed at the Muslim Brotherhood
Arrest warrants have been issued for 300 members of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood party as round-up begins
Military suspends Islamist-drafted constitution, calls for new elections and said it would install civilian government
Fears grow as Islamists take to Twitter to organise series of rallies to coincide with Friday prayers
At least 14 people have been killed in violent clashes after declaration by head of Egyptian army in TV broadcast
President Obama urges military to hand back control to democratic government, but stops short of calling it a coup
British foreign secretary says uprising sets a 'dangerous precedent' and UK did not support military intervention
Rapid reaction team of diplomats despatched to Cairo to prepare for possible evacuation of British nationals
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Has anyone spotted John “Effing” Kerry yet? Or is he still on his yacht at Nantucket?
Look for the Egyptian military to give Obama the “bronx salute”.
.....And not just the Egyptian army, but the citizens as well.
Do not know if Rush is going to be back today or it will be a best of. Hopeful it is the later.
What we are seeing is the beginning of post-Islamicism in Egypt. We often speculated about it 15 years ago when I was in Cairo, what it would take for people to rise up against it. Expect the Russians to be highly supportive. Obama is arming Al Queda in Syria and Libya and Mali, and the Muslim Botherhood in Egypt, Hamas in Israel. Islamic extremism will not slip quietly away, yet the people have had enough. The Russians and Chinese will move to destroy the So-called Arab Spring.
Mainly Morsi got kicked out because the IMF did not give him the money.
We have seen time and time again throughout history that when the CIA topples a leader..a worse one comes into power.
maybe this will be a sign for them to stop doing it..the people aren’t going to stand for it
yeah, I know..fat chance
17 Million people in the street protesting and The Daily Mail calls it a “military coup”?
Coup is the template. Krauthammer set the anchor straight. It was not a coup. No generals took control. There are stylebooks that limit what can be written.
The stylebooks don’t allow for counter revolution
>>Supporters of Mohamed Morsi expected to pour on to the streets after Friday prayers today<<
Typical behavior for Mohammedans: go to the mosque, mumble some gibberish and go kill your neighbor. Expect no more, no less from worshippers of a black rock and followers of a camel-humping pedophile.
And for the NSA trolls, FU.
The Brit stringer for Fox News radio can barely hide his glee that the muslims might take to streets and murder people.
From what I’ve seen and read, Morsi was Egypti’s “Obama”. Everything Morsi is charged with doing echoes what Obama is doing to us.
Obama is now in meetings with his staff to explore raking aid away from the military in Egypt, and to try and restore power to his Muslim brotherhood brother, Morsi.
Most of the antics being perpurtrated on Americans by Obama are a s,okescreen to cover the fact that is trying to convert America to Islam. He is in full defense mode for Morsi.
I need a travel tip: Is this a good time to tour Egypt, taking in the historic sights and wandering the streets?