Skip to comments.Al Qaeda leader releases new message claiming US plotted to oust Morsi in Egpyt
Posted on 08/03/2013 3:16:31 PM PDT by sheikdetailfeather
On the same day that the U.S. Department of State issued a global terrorism warning, a message suspected to be from al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri was posted on multiple jihadist web forums on Friday.
In the 14-minute audio message, the 62-year-old al-Zawahiri criticizes the ouster of Muslim Brotherhood-backed former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy, blaming the military coup that resulted in his removal on Americans and 'Zionists.'
The crusaders, the seculars, the Americanized army, (former Egyptian President Hosni) Mubarak's thugs and some members of Islamic parties with the support of Gulf money and American plotting, all agreed to topple Mohamed Morsy's government,' he said in the recording.
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There is no way. This administration isn’t competent enough to topple a dictator
Especially not an Islamist dictator who it handpicked.
LOL...We can’t even create jobs. Besides, our government has better things to do...like spying on it’s citizens and JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON MARTIN!
Bambi and friends were on Morsi’s side. Fortunately, the Egyptians were not.
Poor Bambi - he just can’t get a break. Too incompetent even to work for Al Qaeda.
the USA has no influence in the region. Obama is seen to be a joke
I don’t doubt it a bit since Obama’s first choice upon the removal of Mubarak is now VP of Egypt.
But he’s a “secular” Israel hater.
And? . . . Then?
al-Zawahiri is already praying 5x to allah per day & word not getting through?
If the house had a pair they could topple our fearless leader over the inept choices he has made so it is possible for him to topple himself.
It was freedom-lovers that cheered the removal of Morsi, POS and his people were devastated by it.
If Zawahiri has a bone with zero, he can at least be truthful about the reason so everybody can comprehend it.
The mooselimbs don't swim here, we let them in, give them visas.
Time to kick them out and anybody in DC who is assisting them in immigrating legally or illegally.
I don’t believe it...
yeah I don’t think so
“Al Qaeda leader releases new message claiming US plotted to oust Morsi in Egpyt”
Of course they did. Morsi couldn’t close the deal on Benghazi. He has to pay the price.
Why would the leader of Al-Qaeda, Mr. al-Zawahiri, be issuing business-as-usual anti-American statements when he’s supposed to be engaged in coordinating al-Qaeda’s preparations for blowing up the world tomorrow?
After 100 of our embassies have been demolished, will anyone care about Mohamed Morsi and his problems?
Source: Terrorists behind embassy threat in place
And remember, if drones are involved, we have to oppose the killing of this miserable POS. /snark
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We already know that Mr. Obama is not on our side. How can he not be on Al Qaeda’s side, too? Obviously Zawahiri doesn’t know him very well.
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And just why is this Rag Head still consuming oxygen? Is FUBO waiting until the noose is a little tighter before “getting him?”
There’s often a lot of very rigid talk about how the various jihadists and terrorists are divided between Shiite and Sunni, and how Al-Qaeda is Sunni, or the Muslim Bro-hood is Sunni — but the Egyptian MB regime was bankrolled out of Qatar, and had the full faith and credit of the Iranian regime, whereas the House of Saud was out in the cold. Morsi and his gang were getting set to start some ugly stuff in cahoots with Iran while Egypt starved, and the Egyptian military to its credit acted quickly to remove the jihadists from power.
The Saudis were pleased, Assad was pleased, while Turkey (Assad’s opponent) and Iran (Assad’s enabler and ally) were pissed. The other shift due to Morsi’s fall has been some signs of life in Lebanon vis a vis the decades long violations of their sovereignty by Iran’s Hizzies.
After the Qatari emir was deposed (for all practical purposes) by his son and successor, the plug got pulled on Morsi and more than one of the numerous factions in Syria also got dumped by Qatar. The two operations were costing a fortune and were beyond their financial abilities to maintain. Assad, Iran, Iran’s Hizzie proxies, and the Russians (who mostly just looked on) took advantage of that lull to launch a counteroffensive.
Now we’ll be in a more general lull while everyone ponders (or prepares) their next move.
I remember reading about the coup d’état in Qatar (also remember Stormin’ Norman Schwarzkopf calling it “gutter” and I think others calling it “guitar” - not sure about that last one but sure about the first one). Interesting how that may tie together with other events in ME. Also interesting how everything over there doesn’t split neatly into two camps but the alliances and the enmities can cross-pollinate if you will.
Yet, in a bit of irony, this admin was responsible for the toppling of Morsi - if they hadn't aided and abetted this tyrant's rise to power, he would have been available for the toppling..