Skip to comments.The Egyptian way in challenging terrorism (Lots of 25Jan14 Mass gathering Photos/videos)
Posted on 01/27/2014 5:38:09 PM PST by Texas Fossil
Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi
Terrorism is a psychological war, terrorists depend on terrorizing people, so fear and cowardliness will control and change peoples behavior and divide their society. We decided not to let fear control our life or to get into our hearts. We decided that nothing will break our unity, nothing will destroy our country. The only way terrorism can win this battle, if we get divided or if we lose faith in our principles and strength.
On the 24th and the 25th of January 2014, Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization launched many terror attacks against Egyptians, security forces, private and public properties.
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There was little or no coverage of this show of unity in the MSM. Either in the US or foreign press. I suspect it shows far too much unity of the citizens to please the media.
Many of you already know I have been following this closely. This is not the first event like this I have been absorbed in. But it has the potential for exposing Obama and his administrations evil deeds. May it be so.
I am into it, good for Egypt!
I am glad. This is not my first time to get excited about people who are willing to fight for their freedom.
This is a great chance for the US to expose the treason that Obama has committed in Benghazi, but also in his pact with the devil marriage to the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorists and their cousins al Qaeda.
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Bishop Mouneer AnisPlease pray for Egypt as We Fight Terrorism
As the Egyptian people were preparing for the celebration of the 3rd anniversary of the 25 January 2011 Revolution, and rejoicing after the passing of the new Constitution, the Islamists (Muslim Brotherhood and other groups) threatened that they would demonstrate, yet again, in protest of the removal of former President Mursi.
This morning Egypt woke up hearing the news of several bombs in Cairo; 12 people were killed and dozens injured. It is clear that the terrorist groups are now targeting the police and the army. The day before, six police were shot dead by a group of terrorists at a check-point in Upper Egypt. The Egyptian Security is doing its best to bring security within the streets of Egypt, yet, as you know, terrorist attacks are very difficult to predict and not easy to avoid. The question that needs to be answered is: why have these terrorist attacks happened throughout Egypt only after the removal of former President Mursi? What is the link?
Many Egyptians believe that during the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood, many extremist groups flourished. Many members of these extremists were pardoned by Mursi and released from prisons. They immediately became involved in the political life in Egypt. Under the current interim government, there is no space for such extremist groups.
These terrorist attacks stirred both anger and determination within the Egyptian people. After the attacks, people gathered from everywhere at the site of the bombing to shout against those groups who committed these criminal and savage acts, and also against the Muslim Brotherhood who supported these groups. Many have expressed their determination to support the police and the army in their war against terrorism.
All churches in Egypt condemned these attacks, including the Anglican Church, and encouraged the Egyptian people to fight terrorism and do their best to build the country.
My hope and prayer is that the international community would stand in solidarity with the current Egyptian Government in its fight against terrorism. I know that most countries have condemned these bombings, but condemnation needs to be accompanied by more practical actions.
Please continue to pray for our beloved country Egypt.
—The Most Rev. Dr. Mouneer Hanna Anis is Bishop of Episcopal / Anglican Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa and President Bishop of the Episcopal / Anglican Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East
General el Sissi has declared he is running for President. If so, he will step down as the military commander.
I expect he will for a time continue to direct the military. Have no doubt he is committed to doing whatever is necessary to stop the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists. That is not a small order. Especially considering the number of open Muslim Brotherhood members that are in the US and are paid advisers to Obama.
We had consistently supported the Wrong Side in all such events since Obama was first President.
There is no question that the vast majority of the Egyptians love their country and hate the Muslim Brotherhood. And they also Despise Obama and the US officials who helped the MB come to power through Morsi.
May the Truth of Benghazi come “out of Egypt” during the Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Trials.
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