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Ending the Muslim Brotherhood's Occupy Egypt (The Unreported Story)

“MB is about a distorted theology that is based mainly on blaspheming and delegitimizing the other and the other, is simply everybody who is not MB”

Egypt revolution
Please visit Dr. Ezzat's Website: Pyramidion Politics & Faith – Egyptology & Art

(ALEXANDRIA, Egypt) - As expected, and as the mainstream media was raving about the horrifyingly bloody crackdown on the peaceful Muslim Brotherhood sit-ins in Cairo on Wednesday morning August 14, most Egyptians (the decent patriots with a functioning and sane mind still) were heaving a sigh of relief.

The two sit-ins, or to be honest, the terrorist bases in Rabaa and Nahda squares, were not peaceful at all; unless you believe Moltov cocktails, automatic guns, grenades, and RPJs are legitimate tools in protests and occupy movements with a good cause. (Watch video of the confiscated firearms after raiding the sit-ins)

Unlike the second mass uprising on June 30, the clearing of the two sit-ins that have been occupied by brain washed Islamists, thugs and potential terrorists was a thing, or better yet a popular demand, that everybody has been asking for over a month now.

The decision to bust up those intimidating sit-ins has been taken for quite some time, only respecting the holy month of Ramadan and the concern about the possible high number of casualties and dead made the interim government leave space for diplomacy. And moreover, the police took all precautions not to turn this evacuation operation into a battle field.

Some might cynically and instantly respond by saying “Well, it turned out to be a battle field after all, didn’t it” … and my answer is absolutely not, if you want to see a real confrontation turning into a battle field, contact your travel agent for a week’s vacation in Sinai, you will not only enjoy the sights, the sun and the blue sea, but you will also get to witness a 3D live thriller of al Qaeda warfare in a very rare and unforgettable close encounter.

Al Qaeda-style children suiciders

And as a matter of fact, the Egyptian police has carried out this operation with the highest degree of professionalism and self-restraint. And while a death toll of a few hundreds out of around 20 000 protesters is absolutely regrettable, but on the ground I’m afraid this was inevitable. On the other hand 54 police officers and soldiers have been shot dead while on this national duty. (Watch video of sit in aftermath- MB blasting a police station with RPJs- Extremely graphic footage)  

Hired orphans herded in a MB sit-in carrying their coffin wrappings as potential suiciders

Hired orphans herded in a MB sit-in carrying their coffin wrappings as potential suiciders

And even if the death toll was a little higher, the police forces were still to be commended, for the sit-ins crowd harbored considerable numbers of suiciders, including children who were molested into accepting the sick notion of alleged martyrdom. Those brain-washed suiciders were willing to die not under the flag of Egypt, but the black one of Al Qaeda.

And that is the core of the problem; those sit-ins are carried out not by patriots and political activists but by sick-minded militants and potential terrorists. And I somehow, find it hard to believe that anyone could cry over terrorists.

Now, and before getting further into this, and to put the reader into perspective, we need to clarify few things.

This crowd is different

Islamist rally, with fundamentlists holding the Koran

MB rally, with fundamentlists holding the Koran

The protesters you used to watch, on TV news bulletins, occupying the Rabaa and Nahdaa squares are not politically motivated, as a matter of fact most of them are illiterate, politically and literally speaking. Those protesters were shepherded into this sit in, because they were made to believe that, believe it or not, Islam was in danger. I know, it’s funny … and it’s sad … but this is the name of the game, the MB game, in Egypt.

Most viewers tend to sympathize with the scene of thousands of protesters in the street opposing any regime and somehow, and maybe unconsciously, feel related to the angry crowd. But hold your horses, Ladies and Gents, for this crowd is different.

This whole thing is not some political dispute, though carried out under political banners. As a matter of fact, the MB is one of the most politically incompetent organizations all over the world, the rise and fall of that terrorist group has taken less than two years. The political stupidity of the MB Morsi & gang ought to be studied and analyzed by scholars of politics and psychology.

But to spare you the time, I can tell you the decline of the Muslim Brothers was so swift because the ideology of MB ran counter to the true nature of the Egyptian culture and traditions, namely and mainly moderation.

The current conflict in Egypt, is not between political rivals, oh no, and unfortunately this is exactly where most of the followers of the Egyptian status quo have gone wrong.

The conflict is between Egyptians and a terrorist group that peddles religion and manipulates the piety of the uneducated, the poor and the gullible.

Terrorist group

Sayed Qutb

Sayed Qutb

MB is the big umbrella that ideologically nurtured all of the current Islamist terrorist groups.   All of the militant groups, like Islamic Jihad and al Qaeda have been feeding on the ideology and theories of the notorious Sayed Kotb, one of the leading theorists in the bloody history of MB during the 1950-1960s.

Kotb, for those who are not familiar with the name or his books, is the mentor of Ayman el Zawahri, the current al-Qaeda leader and he is also the spiritual guru for most of the Islamist militants from Afghanistan all the way to Morroco.

Once again, MB is not a political party, as mistakenly defined, it is an international underground group, based in Egypt, with militant theology that endorses resorting to violence and assassination, aka armed Jihad, to overturn governments and replace it with a caliphate-era model.

And it’s not so hard to tell you what a caliphate system looks like, one look at Taliban in Afghanistan or the Shabaab in Soamlia or even Boko Haram in Nigeria will spare me the unnecessary elaboration.

And if you were into history, consider looking up the Ottoman era, may be that will explain why this Erdogan, Turkey’s PM, is so pissed off by what happened in Egypt.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Everybody and mainly politicians know for a fact that whatever happens in Egypt doesn’t eventually stay in Egypt, and considering the bad history with the Turkish military, no wonder Erdogan is having sleepless nights, bed room problems and looking always over his shoulders, not to mention that his party is affiliated with the international MB network.

MB is about a distorted theology that is based mainly on blaspheming and delegitimizing the other and the other, is simply everybody who is not MB.

Now, the imperative question is how could you play a fair game of politics with that kind of extremism and theological perversion?

MB: the enemy from within

Ruling by the alleged holy sword and exploiting the name of god in eliminating any opposition or thought diversity, where could we go from there?

We could do a lot, we could revolt, we could say it out loud and shout “down with the rule of the MB” … Well, even if that sounded like a coup or a bit undemocratic in the eyes of the white House, Washington post and of course Al Jazeera.

The hazy stand of the White House is quite understood, after all, the Egyptian second wave of the revolution that ousted their puppet Morsi, did away with the American plan of signing up yet another proxy government in the new Middle East under the convenient Islamist cloak of MB.

And this proxy government is so valuable to lose that soon, for it is the government that will sell out Sinai to Hamas and Israel and thus relieve Israel and Uncle Sam of the chronic Palestinian headache.


Time was running out, the Brotherhoodization was well underway, Egypt was so close to a longtime national hijack. It happened before; Egypt had been hijacked before, by the Romans, the Turks and the British. But that was beyond control, for that was a foreign invasion. But this time it is more dangerous, and more ominous, because the invasion and the danger is from within.

What is currently taking place in Egypt is politically quite new, it is something that history will forever mark as a model of confronting a malignant tumor in the body of a nation.

Egyptians are not, divided over a deposed president, for god sake that pathetic Morsi hardly had any popularity, not even amongst the Islamists, or even the cats. Everybody knew he was a pale shadow of a marionette on the wall, and the strings were being pulled from the White House and Tel Aviv.

So who are those thousands that have been defiant in over-a-month sit in and who are rallying all over Egypt, if they are not Morsi- supporters? Well, they are the MB loyalists, foreign intelligence agents, Hamas militias, and members of the Salafist groups and yes, the brain washed and the gullible – every nation has its share of those. (watch video of the unreported story of clearing the violent MB sit-ins, showing that the sit-in was militarized, the potesters were forewarned and that the clearance was attended by the press and NGOs)

Egyptians are trying to evade the horrible Syrian scenario and If we want to comprehend the Egyptian case, one has to zoom out and take a look at the broader scene from the Algerian and Malian borders in the west all the way across North Africa to the Iraqi and Syrian borders in the east.


You’ll soon discover that Egypt is the only nation, with a strong and unified military, that is still struggling to escape the sweeping power of the so called creative chaos and new Middle East.

The so called Arab spring, a designation currently loathed by many Middle Easterns, has allowed one of the scariest and dormant threats to surface on the region’s political arena, namely political Islam.

And for the sake of accuracy, the so called political Islam has absolutely nothing to do with Islam nor the science and norms of politics, for it’s all about the dominance of their dogma and by the name of their twisted interpretation of the scripture.

And to achieve their goal, MB had a plan of demolishing the main pillars of the Egyptian state, namely the Judiciary, the free media and press, the army and of course the police.

On June 28, 2011, and during the first days of the revolution, all of the police stations were attacked, ransacked and torched down … and as the days went by, new clues and growing suspicions of the involvement of the MB in those attacks and many similar jail breaks began to arouse.


Only after the clearance of the ugly sit-ins did the Egyptians know for certain that the MB were behind those terrorist attacks on Jan 28, for the stupid leaders of the MB gave the orders to their loyalists to attack police stations and also the churches around the country, especially in upper Egypt, copycatting the horrifying Jan 28th’ scenario.

25 churches have been attacked, 21 police stations and 10 major ministerial and municipal buildings all over the country and the chaos is still going on. (Watch video of MB attacking ancient churches in upper Egypt)

And after failing to succeed in plan A and B, I think the MB will resort to one of their old game of violent terrorism and organized assassination. And bearing in mind the obscene petro-dollars finance MB are getting from some of the Gulf Arab countries, it seems that Egypt is in for a long series of terrorist operations and assassinations.  All doors are wide open for the creepy wind of orchestrated civil war.

And speaking of terrorism, Sinai that is still fraught with Jihadists cells armed with heavy weaponry and infiltrated by foreign intelligence, seems like a time bomb ready to explode any time. The jihadists’ tactic right now seems to try and involve the Egyptian military in a dreadful confrontation with the Israelis over the rockets they launch towards the other side every now and then. But those Morons don’t understand that Israel is not interested in an all-out war with Egypt, while Egypt could be taken down, like Iraq, by other proxy organizations, e.g., MB & militias

The next president of Egypt

Mohamed El-Baradei

Mohamed El-Baradei

There is a growing belief amongst the wider sector of Egyptians, and amidst the ongoing turmoil, that the next president should be a military man who can pull the country together, restore order and peace and wipe out the terrorist threats of the MB.

What has lately added to these pro-military sentiments is the shock caused by the sudden resignation of Mohamed El Baradei, one of the icons of the Egyptian revolution. El Baradei, by his most foolish timing in submitting the resignation, which was totally unjustified, has deliberately not only embarrassed the interim government but also dealt a painful blow to the secular political front which used to consider him the guru of their movement.

If Baradei was a military, he would have been ordered shot over the crime of desertion; for he abandoned his fellow fighters and left his post and weapon during a fierce battle.

Egypt is facing tough days, and even tougher days loom ahead, but the good thing is that, with each passing day more masks are falling off, and the real ugly face of political Islam is revealed.

As for the US and the European Union, they could carry on their make-believe and keep condemning the use of excess violence and cry over the violation of human rights, but Egypt will never allow their proxy regime to take hold of this great nation once again.

Please visit Dr. Ezzat's Website: Pyramidion Politics & Faith – Egyptology & Art

http://ashraf62.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/ending-the-muslim-brotherhoods-occupy-egypt-the-unreported-story/

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Dr. Ashraf Ezzat is an Egyptian medical doctor whose passion has always been writing. He says of all the human-related studies, he finds himself attracted to history. Ashraf stresses that history helps us understand change and how the society we live in came to be.

He says Egyptology holds a special place in his heart, for Egypt is where the human conscience sprouted. In ancient Egypt all things civilized began to evolve.

"I write articles and share posts of interest to me and hopefully to a lot of people." Dr. Ashraf Ezzat says you can drop him a line any time at: amenhotep.55@gmail.com "I like to exchange knowledge and experience, I think that`s what Blogging is all about."

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Stev Moylett August 21, 2013 9:16 am (Pacific time)

The list of Christian churches, schools, institutions, shops torched by the Muslim Brotherhood in the last few days/ This is worse than during the Middle Ages: Catholic churches and convents 1. Franciscan church and school (road 23) – burned (Suez) 2. Monastery of the Holy Shepherd and hospital – burned (Suez) 3. Church of the Good Shepherd, Monastery of the Good Shepherd – burned in molotov attack (Asuit) 4. Coptic Catholic Church of St. George – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 5. Church of the Jesuits – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 6. Fatima Basilica – attacked – Heliopolis 7. Coptic Catholic Church of St. Mark – burned (Minya – Upper Egypt) 8. Franciscan convent (Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary) – burned (Beni Suef, Upper Egypt) 9. Church of St. Teresa – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 10. Franciscan Church and School – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 11. Convent of St Joseph and school – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 12. Coptic Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart – torched (Minya, Upper Egypt) 13 Convent of the Sisters of Saint Mary – attacked (Cairo) 14. School of the Holy Shepherd – attacked (Minya, Upper Egypt) Orthodox and Evangelical Churches 1. Anglican Church of St. Saviour – burned (Suez) 2. Evangelical Church of St Michael – surrounded and sacked (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 3. Coptic Orthodox Church of St. George – Burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 4. Church of Al-Esla – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 5. Adventist Church – burned, the pastor and his wife abducted (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 6. Church of the Apostles – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 7. Church of the Holy renewal – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 8. Diocesan Centre Coptic Orthodox Qusiya – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 9. Church of St. George – burned (Arish, North Egypt) 10. Church of St. George in al-Wasta – burned (Beni Suef, Upper Egypt) 11. Church of the Virgin Mary – attacked (Maadi, Cairo) 12. Church of the Virgin Mary – attacked (Mostorod, Cairo) 13. Coptic Orthodox Church of St. George – attacked (Helwan, Cairo) 14. Church of St. Mary of El Naziah – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 15. Church of Santa Damiana – sacked and burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 16. Church of St. Theodore – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 17. Evangelical Church of al-Zorby – Sacked and destroyed (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 18. Church of St. Joseph – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 19. Franciscan School – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 20. Coptic Orthodox Diocesan Center of St. Paul – burned (Gharbiya, Delta) 21. Coptic Orthodox Church of St. Anthony – burned (Giza) 22. Coptic Church of St. George – burned (Atfeeh, Giza) 23. Church of the Virgin Mary and father Abraham – burned (Delga, Deir Mawas, Minya, Upper Egypt) 24. Church of St. Mina Abu Hilal Kebly – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 25. Baptist Church in Beni Mazar – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 26. Church of Amir Tawadros – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 27. Evangelical Church – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 28. Church of Anba Moussa al-Aswad- burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 29. Church of the Apostles – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 30. Church of St Mary – arson attempt (Qena, Upper Egypt) 31. Coptic Church of St. George – burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) 32. Church of Santa Damiana – Attacked and burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) 33. Church of the Virgin Mary – burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) 34. Church of St. Mark and community center – burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) 35. Church of Anba Abram – destroyed and burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) Christian institutions 1. House of Fr. Angelos (pastor of the church of the Virgin Mary and Father Abraham) – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 2. Properties and shops of Christians – Burnt (Arish, North Egypt) 3. 17 Christian homes attacked and looted (Minya, Upper Egypt) 4. Christian homes – Attach (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 5. Offices of the Evangelical Foundation – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 6. Stores, pharmacies, hotels owned by Christians – attacked and looted (Luxor, Upper Egypt) 7. Library of the Bible Society – burned (Cairo) 8. Bible Society – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 9. Bible Society- burned (Asuit, North Egypt). http://www.asianews.it/news-en/The-list-of-Christian-churches,-schools,-institutions,-shops-torched-by-the-Muslim-Brotherhood-in-the-last-three-days-28764.html


Steve Moylett August 20, 2013 11:44 am (Pacific time)

The below is shocking even to what I have seen over the decades... The list of Christian churches, schools, institutions, shops torched by the Muslim Brotherhood in the last three days (linked source below): Catholic churches and convents 1. Franciscan church and school (road 23) – burned (Suez) 2. Monastery of the Holy Shepherd and hospital – burned (Suez) 3. Church of the Good Shepherd, Monastery of the Good Shepherd – burned in molotov attack (Asuit) 4. Coptic Catholic Church of St. George – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 5. Church of the Jesuits – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 6. Fatima Basilica – attacked – Heliopolis 7. Coptic Catholic Church of St. Mark – burned (Minya – Upper Egypt) 8. Franciscan convent (Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary) – burned (Beni Suef, Upper Egypt) 9. Church of St. Teresa – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 10. Franciscan Church and School – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 11. Convent of St Joseph and school – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 12. Coptic Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart – torched (Minya, Upper Egypt) 13 Convent of the Sisters of Saint Mary – attacked (Cairo) 14. School of the Holy Shepherd – attacked (Minya, Upper Egypt) Orthodox and Evangelical Churches 1. Anglican Church of St. Saviour – burned (Suez) 2. Evangelical Church of St Michael – surrounded and sacked (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 3. Coptic Orthodox Church of St. George – Burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 4. Church of Al-Esla – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 5. Adventist Church – burned, the pastor and his wife abducted (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 6. Church of the Apostles – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 7. Church of the Holy renewal – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 8. Diocesan Centre Coptic Orthodox Qusiya – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 9. Church of St. George – burned (Arish, North Egypt) 10. Church of St. George in al-Wasta – burned (Beni Suef, Upper Egypt) 11. Church of the Virgin Mary – attacked (Maadi, Cairo) 12. Church of the Virgin Mary – attacked (Mostorod, Cairo) 13. Coptic Orthodox Church of St. George – attacked (Helwan, Cairo) 14. Church of St. Mary of El Naziah – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 15. Church of Santa Damiana – sacked and burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 16. Church of St. Theodore – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 17. Evangelical Church of al-Zorby – Sacked and destroyed (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 18. Church of St. Joseph – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 19. Franciscan School – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 20. Coptic Orthodox Diocesan Center of St. Paul – burned (Gharbiya, Delta) 21. Coptic Orthodox Church of St. Anthony – burned (Giza) 22. Coptic Church of St. George – burned (Atfeeh, Giza) 23. Church of the Virgin Mary and father Abraham – burned (Delga, Deir Mawas, Minya, Upper Egypt) 24. Church of St. Mina Abu Hilal Kebly – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 25. Baptist Church in Beni Mazar – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 26. Church of Amir Tawadros – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 27. Evangelical Church – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 28. Church of Anba Moussa al-Aswad- burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 29. Church of the Apostles – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 30. Church of St Mary – arson attempt (Qena, Upper Egypt) 31. Coptic Church of St. George – burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) 32. Church of Santa Damiana – Attacked and burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) 33. Church of the Virgin Mary – burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) 34. Church of St. Mark and community center – burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) 35. Church of Anba Abram – destroyed and burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt) Christian institutions 1. House of Fr. Angelos (pastor of the church of the Virgin Mary and Father Abraham) – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 2. Properties and shops of Christians – Burnt (Arish, North Egypt) 3. 17 Christian homes attacked and looted (Minya, Upper Egypt) 4. Christian homes – Attach (Asuit, Upper Egypt) 5. Offices of the Evangelical Foundation – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt) 6. Stores, pharmacies, hotels owned by Christians – attacked and looted (Luxor, Upper Egypt) 7. Library of the Bible Society – burned (Cairo) 8. Bible Society – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt) 9. Bible Society- burned (Asuit, North Egypt). http://www.asianews.it/news-en/The-list-of-Christian-churches,-schools,-institutions,-shops-torched-by-the-Muslim-Brotherhood-in-the-last-three-days- 28764.html


Ralph E. Stone August 20, 2013 7:47 am (Pacific time)

Opposition to the Muslim Brotherhood has been mounting in individual countries. In Egypt the Muslim Brotherhood failed to reach out and engage with other key groups in Egyptian society, confirming the suspicion of its opponents that it was only pursuing its own narrow interests. What is happening to the Muslim Brotherhood is also happening in Tunisia and Libya. The Islamist parties can win, but have found it difficult to rule. And there is a growing regional alliance against the Muslim Brotherhood led by Jordan and Saudi Arabia while the influence of Qatar, a strong supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, appears to be on the wane. The Muslim Brotherhood was founded in Egypt in 1928 and maybe we are seeing its demise in 2013.


Steve Moylett August 19, 2013 2:05 pm (Pacific time)

Nothing symbolizes the Utopianism of our times like both liberals and some conservatives calling for us to cut off aid to the Egyptian military, because of the widespread killings in what is becoming a civil war in Egypt. Such utter lack of realism from the left is not new, but hearing some conservatives saying the same things takes some getting used to. President Obama's call for the Egyptians to end the violence and form an "inclusive" government, with all factions represented, may sound good to many Americans. But there is not a snowball's chance in hell that it will happen. Egypt existed for thousands of years before there was a United States of America. In all those millennia, Egypt has never had a free or democratic society. Nor is Egypt unique in that. Of all the different nations that have existed at various times and places throughout recorded history, it is doubtful that even ten percent were free or democratic. Even free and democratic nations existing today took centuries to achieve freedom and democracy. Barack Obama may have enough ego to imagine that he could accomplish, during his White House years, what took centuries to accomplish elsewhere. But do others, including some conservatives, need to share that delusion? Yet Obama is only the latest in a long line of American officials, including Presidents, who have thought that a universal human desire for freedom meant that freedom and democracy could be exported, even to countries where they have never existed before. However widespread the desire to be free, that is wholly different from a desire to live in a society where others are free. Nowhere is such tolerance harder to find than in the Middle East.


pinkfloyd August 18, 2013 12:18 pm (Pacific time)

I realize what is going on in Egypt is very confusing. Here is my take, and I have much research in this. For instance, in October 2011, a good source of mine said the west was going to start uprisings in the middle east in the first quarter of 2012, maybe Egypt or Libya to start with. In febuary, when it happened in Egypt, I stated right here on this website, that the west will use MB and elbaradei. I was correct. Altho elbaradie didnt make it (because word got out that he was a western minion) Second, saying there was an "election" means nothing, the same as it means nothing in the U.S. I think the people in Egypt were fooled by the west to support MB at all. Afterwards they figured it out, and realized they were duped. Now the egyptians want their country back. Most MB supporters are western backed, and the west is even sending alCIAda affiliates to help the MB. Anyway, that is my take. p.s. if you are watching tv at all for your info, here is another example how the tv lies to you, MB makes a fake video. This happens all the time, its just that this time they were caught red handed. Its only a couple minutes and a must see. http://www.infowars.com/video-shows-fake-muslim-brotherhood-protesters-staging-deaths-injuries/


jc21131 August 18, 2013 5:56 am (Pacific time)

The good doctor seems to have missed the point. With all his name calling he forgets that the MB, like them or not, was the winner of the election. His likes are irreleant, the Egyptian people voted. Now the military dictatorship is trying to make the MB illegal. A mojority party is has go from winner of national election to illegal. Seemsto me the dictators should be the ones we are should be calling names.


Rip August 17, 2013 3:18 pm (Pacific time)

Wow this kind of blatant propaganda on salem-news? What a bummer.

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