Skip to comments.Brotherhood Students Threw A Soldier From The Third Floor In Al-Azhar University
Posted on 01/09/2014 11:19:58 AM PST by Texas Fossil
On 8/1/2014, Muslim Brotherhood Students in Al-Azhar University kidnapped two police soldiers and stolen their Identities. The two soldiers were in their way to buy lunch, when Muslim Brothers students surrounded them and dragged them inside the university. The police forces managed to release one of the soldiers, the other soldier was thrown by Muslim Brothers Students from a window in the 3rd floor of the highest building in the university. The soldier had serious injuries and fractures.
Source of Information: On Tv and Almogaz Newspaper.
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We know how biased our news is here in the US. But the coverage of the Middle East by outsiders is more distorted. The author's point is that Egypt will not get honest coverage on dealing with Muslim Brotherhood Terrorists.
THIS is ISLAM. You can put perfume on it, you can roll it in pretty paper... but it is still the blood-thirsty, Satan-cult it has always been since the pedophile Mohammed put together his scam...
This is the vermin who Obozo tried/tries to force back on Egypt. Is there any question why the Egyptian citizens demonstrated and rebelled against these terrorists?
We’ve got our own problems here...
A second man was arrested yesterday for luring a teenaged girl to a Brooklyn rooftop, raping her and throwing her off the three-story building, authorities said.
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Too bad it wasn't the third floor of the lowest building. He might have survived!!
The past dictator of Romania learned the hard way about what a bad idea it is to start killing the Army.
Just those fun-loving, peaceful moozlums at it again.
Toss both of the off the same roof.
Are we nearing Obama’s Ceausescu Moment?
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