American concern and criticism of the actions of the Egyptian military by Obama reflect their anger at the Egyptian military for acting freely for the first time within the last 30 years without American directive and consultation that caused the US administration to lose the MB; a much closer ally and better stooge to the US and Israel.
Image shows: Coptic Pope Tawadros II and the Grand Imam of al-Azhar Mosque declaring that Muslims and Christians of Egypt are brothers and will work together on protecting Christian properties and rebuilding churches burned or destroyed by MB Salafist terrorists.
Morsi's political demise has left behind a fretful and edgy Tayyib on the other side of the Mediterranean. Quoting Dr. Ezzat Ashraf: "Everybody and mainly politicians know for a fact that whatever happens in Egypt doesn’t eventually stay in Egypt, and considering the scary history with the Turkish military, no wonder Erdogan is having sleepless nights, bedroom problems and always looking 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 delegitimizing the other, and the other is simply everybody who is not MB."
The image shows soldiers who were killed in Sinai on Aug.19, handcuffed and killed execution style. Action replay of the Syrian scenario.
Source: Facebook group - "The true Arab revolution"
"Washington's interference is unacceptable in Egypt's internal affairs. I tell you President Obama, why don't you and your small, meaningless aid go to hell? Don't lecture us on how to deal with the Brotherhood's terrorism. What Egypt is passing through now is the price, a high price, of getting rid of the Brotherhood's fascist group before it takes over everything and ousts us all. The army did not interfere in politics and I am a witness to that. I back its decisions on my own and without any instructions. They are right and getting us where we want. The Brotherhood protesters are armed and attack people and places. My role now is to act as a pressure group by observing the political transition and be ready to interfere if things go in the wrong direction. For the next few weeks there could be more violence and possible political assassinations." - (Mahmoud Badr).
Mahmoud Badr is an Egyptian journalist in his mid 20s. Along with his co-founders, he encouraged millions of Egyptians to take to the streets on June 30 in protests demanding the overthrow of Muslim Brotherhood.
Security officials have advised Badr to stay out of sight at a secret location for his safety.
Source: Intifada Palestine.