De .Egipto e a Irmand.Muçulmana fanática. a 2 de Setembro de 2013 às 17:21
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... we are obviously sorry and very sad about all these killings, but still hope that things will go back to normal sooner rather than later. As friends of Egypt and of many Egyptians, you may like to know what is really happening, which is more than what meets the eye. To summarize:

1. Following President Mubarak resignation, a new president belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood (Mohamed Morsi) was elected by 51% of the vote (i.e. 49% of Egyptian did not vote for him).
He was democratically elected, but so was Hitler.
Most of the voters voted for him because the opposite candidate, although excellent, belonged unfortunately to the old Mubarak regime.

2. The Muslim Brotherhood is an Islamic movement which has the ultimate aim of re-establishing the caliphate i.e. to establish a pan-Muslim state extending from Andalucia in Spain to India, with a new caliph (The last caliph was the Ottoman Sultan and the caliphate was abolished in 1923 following the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in the First World War).
They are represented in more than 60 countries, working mainly underground, with headquarters in Munich (http://globalmbreport.org/?p=2983). They have a strong financial network based in Switzerland (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Taqwa_Bank).
They do not believe in modern political borders (including that of Egypt) and put the interests of their pan-Islamic plan before Egyptian interests. Their branch in Gaza is Hamas (short for Islamic Resistance Movement).
They believe in arm struggle to achieve their aims and are famous, since their establishment in 1927, for introducing political assassinations in Egypt of politicians (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahmoud_an-Nukrashi_Pasha), (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmad_Mahir_Pasha)
and judges (http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/18/62/73627/Books/Review/Book-review-A-secret-history-of-Brotherhood-founde.aspx)

3. Once in charge, this new President Morsi started his time by blatantly issuing three unconstitutional edicts unheard of in any democracy:
(i) he issued an edict making all his decision uncontestable in courts!!!
(ii) he fired one of the highest judges, the director of public prosecution, and
(iii) he asked the Parliament, which has been abolished by the Supreme Constitutional Court, to continue working and issue laws which withdrew all the newly acquired rights of women, Christians and other minorities.
And so did Hitler. He also put Muslim Brotherhood incompetent people in charge of all important positions.
His followers barricaded the Supreme Constitutional Court preventing the highest judges of Egypt from convening to rule on the unconstitutionality of his new laws in time

.4. After one year in office, nobody could stand him anymore. He had alienated the moderates, the rightists, the leftists, the Christians, the Judiciary, the Army, the Media, the Police and even the Azhar Institution (the official Islamic Center for Sunni Muslims all over the World for the past 1000 years) that is everybody else except his Muslim fanatics.
A group of young activists collected 20 million signed petitions asking him for a new (premature) election (they did not ask him to leave), but because he knew he would lose the election, he refused repeatedly to hold these elections.
Many millions went to the streets asking him to accept and asking the Army to intervene.

5. Following two 20 million-strong rallies calling for early elections or resignation (30 June and 3 July 2013), the Minister of Defense obliged.
He approached him together with the leaders of all parties (including some Islamists), the Judges, the heads of the Azhar and the Coptic Church, but he refused.
The Army deposed him and immediately put in charge (as a temporary president) the Head of the Supreme Constitutional Court (as dictated by the Constitution) together with a detailed plan of drawing a (non-religious) constitution, electing the parliament and electing a new president within 6 months.
The Army did not take any privileges, they did not rule and, contrary to what the Western media claim, it is not a coup d’état.
The Army is not ruling. The interim president is the head of the Supre


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The interim president is the head of the Supreme Constitutional Court as dictated by the Constitution.

6. Morsi and some of his colleagues were arrested but not on political charges.
They were arrested because it turned out that during the ousted of President Mubarak, it was not Mubarak who shot the demonstrators.
It was the Muslim Brotherhood and their Hamas colleagues who smuggled the weapons from Gaza through the famous tunnels.
So the arrest of Morsi is based on a high court ruling preceding his removal from office dating few months ago but nobody at the time dared to arrest the President.

7. The Muslim Brotherhood went mad. How could they lose their president so quickly after having worked for that moment for 80 years (they were established in 1927).
They barricaded themselves in two Cairo squares, took to the arms (light and heavy weapons) and incited people through loudspeakers to violence, cut off communications and paralyzed life in two large Cairo districts.
They kidnapped their opponents (anti-Morsi people) and tortured and killed them, as reported by Amnesty International (http://www.amnesty.org/en/for-media/press-releases/egypt-evidence-points-torture-carried-out-morsi-supporters-2013-08-02).
They were asked repeatedly to leave.
Peaceful negotiations were offered by the Americans, the EU, the British, the Africans and the Religious Institutions, which were all refused.
(Either we rule you by our fanatic Islamic vision or it will be hell for all).

8. Another rally of 20 million Egyptians asked the Army and Police to evict them (26 July 2013).
The Police went to evict them peacefully but they started shooting.
They killed 43 policemen, including 2 (police) generals and 2 (police) brigadiers. There was no more room for peace and they had to be evicted forcefully.
The police responded by returning force, as is the law in Egypt and all civilized countries, which have the duty to keep law and order for its citizens and use weapons if attacked by weapons.
Turning the other cheek cannot be the right policy in these cases. The ugly but inevitable event ended by this massacre we have all seen.

9. Following their eviction from the two squares, the Muslim Brotherhood fellows and followers decided to wreak havoc all over Egypt.
They set fire to many government buildings, churches, Christian-owned shops and businesses, police stations, the Alexandria Library (quickly extinguished) and other national buildings and looted museums.
They are blocking large roads to paralyze life opposing the will of the overwhelming majority of the Egyptian people.

10. What will happen next? Will they continue with their campaign of terror? Will they go underground and start a bombing campaign?
Will they form a new peaceful party as everybody is asking them to? Will they disappear from history? Most probably not.
And so we are waiting to see what these “religious movements” are going to show us next.

11. It is not always easy to understand Middle Eastern politics for people watching from the West.
Egypt tried to warn the world about Omar Abdel-Rahman (the blind cleric who was behind the first World Trade incident) but the USA said he was not fairly treated, gave him asylum and suffered dearly afterwards.
If your opponent is honest, you should be honest, but if you play honest with a dishonest opponent, then you are not honest but just naïve and you will suffer dearly afterwards.

12. In retrospect, wouldn’t it have been better for somebody to have stopped/got rid of Hitler and the Nazis earlier (as Rommel and his colleagues tried but failed)?
Or would this have been called a coup d’état and condemned by the international community?
And this was a short summary of a long story!!!

Thank you again, keep well and all the best. We hope to see you in Egypt soon after all this is over.

Written by an Egyptian who thinks that religion is a private matter and has nothing to do with politics.


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