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"Mursi," or "Morsy," etc.
Muslims go wild in 'demonic' ritual
Apr. 23, 2013 - An Egyptian video from a wedding celebration shows a group of men tearing apart a live chicken and eating its
Shoebat says lawlessness has abounded and there is chaos, with lynchings, rape and “diabolical rituals unknown in our time.”
- “The video is a glimpse into the dark and incomprehensible spirit that has possessed the souls of Egypt,” claims Walid Shoebat, a former
Palestinian Liberation Organization operative who has since renounced his terrorist ways.
- Source: WND
Morsi: Don’t expect improvement in Israel ties
Apr. 22, 2013 - Israeli/Egyptian relations have deteriorated since the Arab Spring in January 2011, and the election of Momhamed Morsi
as president. Egyptian demonstrators ransacked the Israeli embassy in Cairo in September 2011.
- Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has said he won't visit Israel, nor would he host an Israeli leader in Egypt, before peace is achieved
between Israel and the Palestinians.
- Source: YNet
Egypt becoming a nightmare for Muslim Brothers
Apr. 2, 2013 -
Civil war could result from the serious dissatisfaction of Egyptian citizens who are calling for President Morsi, the Brotherhood, and their new
Islamic constitution to be replaced. The economy is in shambles and civil disobedience is rampant. It is clear that Morsi and the Brotherhood will not
give up their hold on the government. Analysts believe that the army will step in before it reaches that point. If it comes to that, they
will try to install a civilian regime that would be accepted by all.
- The Muslim Brotherhood who had won a sweeping victory in the first free parliamentary elections and got their candidate elected president
have bitterly disappointed the people who had put their faith in them.
- Source: Jerusalem Post
Gingrich: ‘Dangerous’ for US to Prop Up Muslim Brotherhood
Mar. 5, 2013 - As new Secretary of State John Kerry releases $250 million in U.S. aid to Egypt, Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich
says he has "grave doubts" about the Muslim Brotherhood that controls Egypt's government.
- “The political opposition was opposed to us giving them the money and this administration seems to be willing to tolerate a great deal of
Islamic extremism that’s very anti-Christian and very anti-Jewish,” Gingrich says.
- Source: NewsMax
- Egypt election body scraps voting dates - state TV - BBC
Locust Swarms Descend on Egypt Like Biblical Plague
Mar. 4, 2013 - In Giza, near the pyramids in Egypt, a plaague of locusts - numbering more than 30 million - threatens to destroy crops.
- The insects arrived this weekend, coincidentally just a few weeks before the Jewish Passover ... In the
biblical book of Exodus, locusts are one of 10 plagues delivered upon Egypt after the pharaoh refused to free the enslaved Israelites .
- Source: TIME
Egypt Court Orders YouTube Ban
Feb. 9, 2013 - An Egyptian court has ordered You Tube to be blocked for a month after the site declined to remove the short video,
titled "Innocence of Muslims." The video clip was considered insulting to Islam. It gave rise to mass protests in Egypt on Sept. 11, 2012.
- Source: Wall Street Journal
After death fatwas and Tunisia slaying, security increased for Egyptian opposition figures
Fev. 8, 2013 - Since the Arab Spring two years ago Tunisia and Egypt have installed Islamist governments led by Muslim Brotherhood
followers. Both countries have strong opposition parties opposed to the imposition of strict sharia law. Yesterday Chokri Belaid, leader of of Tunisia's
opposition was assassinated, leading to demonstrations there by thousands of his followers.
In Egypt, where there have already been weeks of demonstrations and the loss of life by many who are opposed to President Mohammed Morsi
and his government, there is new danger for opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei, head of the National Salvation Front, and other leaders of
- Several well-known hardline clerics the past week declared that punishments under Islamic law for those who cause chaos or
try to overthrow the ruler apply to the protesters and opposition leaders — including death, crucifixion or amputations of limbs.
Egypt's prime minister condemned the edicts (fatwas). The nation's top prosecutor launched an investigation against one of the clerics. The
government reportedly said that the homes of El Baradei and several other leaders will be put under observation for their protection.
- Source: Fox
- Thousands mass for Tunisia politician burial - Al Jazeera
Tunisian government 'dissolved' after opposition leader killed - Guardian - UK
Ahmadenijad trying to entice Egypt into forging alliance with Iran
Feb. 7, 2013 -
Iran's Ahmadinejad on historic visit to Cairo
Feb. 5, 2013 - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is visiting Egypt today. It is the first time an Iranian leader has made this
trip since 1979. Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi gave him a red-carpet welcome on the tarmac at Cairo airport. Egypt is hosting an Islamic summit.
- In September, Morsi offered a package of incentives to Tehran to end its support for Assad. The proposal included the restoration of
full diplomatic ties.
- Source: USA Today
Thousands in Egypt defy curfews, protest Morsi
Feb. 1, 2013 - Egyptians protested by the thousands today in various parts of the country. Protests have been growing
for a week. Some 60 people have died in the violence and President Morsi declared a state of emergency in three Suez Canal cities.
- Egypt's main opposition political grouping, the National Salvation Front, called for Friday's protests in Cairo, demanding
Morsi form a national unity government and amend the constitution [to] prevent the Islamist from governing solely in the interest
of his Muslim Brotherhood group.
- Source: CBS
Egypt, Syria are falling apart – an Israeli nightmare unfolds
Jan. 29, 2013 - Israel may be on the brink of war with its neighbors. Egypt's defense minister Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has warned
that the political crisis there may cause the new government to collapse.
Syria is "falling apart" according to Israeli Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Amir Eshel. Hezbollah forces are camping near Syria's
chemical weapons site, ready to seize them. The prolonged civil war there may spill over into Israel at any time. Three Iron Dome
anti-missile batteries were stationed over the weekend in northern Israel. Defense Minister Ehud Barak cut short an overseas family
trip Saturday and flew home because of the tensions.
- Israel is coming face to face with its worst fear: being hemmed in by a blazing ring of hopeless conflicts just across its
borders: Syria and Lebanon in the north; Egypt in the west and south; and Jordan under threat.
- Source: DEBKAfile
Egypt's army chief warns of 'state collapse' amid crisis
Jan. 29, 2013 - Thousands of Egyptians in Port Said, Ismailia and Suez have been protesting for days against their new
constitution that does not adequately protect freedom of expression or religion. Egypt's defense minister, General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi. warned,
So far, more than 50 people have died in the violence.
- "The continuing conflict between political forces and their differences concerning the management of the country could lead
to a collapse of the state and threaten future generations."
- Source: BBC
Egypt: Constitution heralds dawn of an 'Islamic caliphate'
Jan. 7, 2013 - Bishop Kyrillos William, Administrator of the Coptic Catholic Patriarchate of Alexandria, is one of three bishops
who express their profound disappointment with the constitution signed into law on December 26th. He said,
The bishops said that the constitution is only for extremist Muslims, and would be bad for women, young people and religious minorities. They
added that the constitution calls for everything to be in accordance with Islamic law.
- “We were waiting for a constitution that represents the whole of Egypt but instead we have one that only represents one group
of people. We can see that the religious orientation of this constitution prepares the way for an Islamic caliphate.”
- Source: Independent Catholic News
Egypt’s Morsi: No Peace With Descendants of ‘Apes and Pigs’
Jan. 4, 2013 - Recently a translation was made of a Mohammed Morsi interview from 2010, before he was president of Egypt. He
told Lebanon's Al-Quds TV network said:
- Israeli-Palestinian negotiations are a "waste of time and opportunities" because Arabs and Muslims gain nothing from
engagement with "the descendants of apes and pigs,"
- Source: NewsMax
Egyptian forces capture American-made missiles headed for Gaza Strip
Jan. 4, 2013 - Egyptian security forces captured American-made anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles in the Sinai Peninsula. The
weapons were about to be taken by truck to the tunnels at the border of Gaza where they would have been smuggled into the Palestinian area.
It is believed that the missiles were from Libya. Libya and other countries are able to smuggle arms into the Sinai, and from there they can
be transferred to Gaza.
- Source: Times of Israel
Cairo cements ties with Hezbollah
Jan. 1, 2013 - The Egyptian ambassador to Lebanon, Ashraf Hamdy, has said that the new Egyptian government, backed by the
Muslim Brotherhood, will cultivate “tight” relations with the Hezbollah group in Lebanon. The United States, Israel and Canada regard
Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
- “You cannot discuss politics in Lebanon without having a relationship with Hezbollah,” Hamdy said. “It is a real force on the ground.
It has a big political and military influence in Lebanon.”
- Source: WND
Egypt official: Israel will be wiped out in a decade - YNet
Top anti-Semites of 2012 named - YNet
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