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Thursday, August 22, 2013

Why is the U.S. so angry with the Egyptian Army?

As we continue to read and research widely on the circumstances that led to the evacuation of the two MB terror camps in Egypt on August 14, every neutral source and eye-witness to the events mentioned of the restraint practiced by the Egyptian police and army prior to evacuation, unlike the IDF, Hamas or FBI towards their own people in times of dissent.  So what's America's problem?
It's a part of a much larger 'New Middle-East policy' dubbed earlier as "Arab Spring" orchestrated by the West to install puppet Brotherhood leaders in certain North African and Arabian gulf states where the former puppet presidents-for-life were fast losing credibility with their people and getting increasingly unpopular.

Let's read the properly analyzed truth through some worth reading excerpts from the piece "Egypt's painful birth pangs" that have been purged of the media bias and distortion of facts we have been watching so far 

By Dr. Elias Akhleh

The MB was financed, armed and installed into Egyptian presidency with the help of Zionist-occupied American administration and Qatar. This was part of the American “New Middle East” policy aiming at inciting armed sectarian struggle within the national fabric of large Middle Eastern states in order to divide them into smaller weaker ethnic states to maintain Israel’s superiority in the region.

The so-called “Arab Spring”, a camouflaged sectarian conflict, is part and parcel of the New Middle East policy orchestrated by the US to weaken states and to help install MB leaders as presidents as what had happened in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen.

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.

The American administration had sent its officials; including Zionist Senator John McCain and his entrain sidekick-in-training Senator Lindsey Graham, to ostensibly mediate between the MB and the new interim Egyptian government to come up with a peaceful solution to the crisis. Meanwhile, behind the curtains, the administration was reportedly paying millions of dollars to the Global Council of the MB to pay salaries to, and to feed and arm the MB occupiers in their camps. The plan was to divide Egyptians into two opposing camps that may lead to civil war. This was reflected in Western politicians claiming their fear of a civil war in Egypt.

The ultimate goal of the Global Council of the Muslim Brotherhood was to use the Egyptian presidency as their launching base to establish what they believe a 'Caliphate Islamic Empire' encompassing the whole Islamic World ruled by their own distorted interpretation of Shariah law.

Egyptian interim government decided to evacuated the 2 MB camps after 40 days of futile negotiations.  The police provided the occupiers with guaranteed safe exit but they refused.  The security forces surrounded the mosque during early hours of the evening and demanded the occupiers to evacuate. Negotiations extended to the early hours of the next day in order to evacuate the mosque peacefully.

 For fear of the expected international criticism, and fear for the lives of the misguided Egyptian citizens who were brainwashed by the MB, and others who were paid large sums of money to join the so-called sit-ins and were later used as human shields, the Egyptian police force had exhibited exemplary self-restraint in the evacuation process, so much so that they suffered losses of life among their officers. This self-restrain was exhibited during the evacuation of MB militants and their human shields from the Fat’h Mosque in Ramses Square.

Heavily armed MB militants had attacked the residents and the police station in the Ramses Square during the whole day of Friday August 16. In the night the militants retreated to the Fat’h Mosques that had been prepped in previous weeks with weapons, medical supplies and food to serve as their headquarters.

 Throughout the night hours the residents of the area, who were terrorized for a whole day by these MB militias, gathered around the mosque to guarantee that none of them would escape and to witness their arrest. On their surrender in the morning, the security forces escorted the MB militias out of the mosque through angry crowd, and in the process sustained some unintended beating from the crowd that was meant for the militia. Yet despite all this protection two MB snipers started shooting at the police officers from the minaret before running away.

 Immediately after their evacuation the MB executed a torched-earth plan. In Cairo and in other major cities MB terrorists attacked government institutions, police stations and many other social service buildings setting them on fire and murdering in cold blood police officers and employees who tried to stop them. One police station in the Kerdasa town was attacked with RPG, police officers were stripped naked, dragged in the streets, urinated on, murdered in cold blood, and their bodies were savagely mutilated.

 The MB set fire to many public and private buildings including the blood bank, set up snipers on roof tops and attacked fire fighters and medical ambulances with Molotov bombs setting their vehicles on fire in an attempt to stop them from putting off fires and helping injured people.

 In an attempt to incite sectarian conflict the MB executed what seems to be programmed terror attacks against Christian churches and Christian institutions including schools, clinics and orphanages setting them on fire. It was estimated that within one day at least 40 churches were set on fire, and were either completely or partially destroyed.  They also attacked Christian quarters destroying and setting ablaze many of their shops.

Brotherhood leaders were hoping that the Christian Coptic Pope would call upon the Western power to interfere in order to protect the Christian minority. These terror attacks against Christians backfired when both the Coptic Pope and the Grand Imam of al-Azhar Mosque stood side by side declaring that Muslims and Christians of Egypt are brothers and will work together on protecting Christian properties and rebuilding churches. Many local Egyptian Muslims rushed to protect churches against MB terrorists. It is worth noting here, that the Christian Western countries who used to decry the smallest incidents against Christian Egyptians in the past, had, up till now, totally ignored MB’s torching of the churches

 It was revealed that the security forces had foiled about 95% of the MB’s torched-earth plans that included the bombing and the burning of several airports, security and military stations especially those controlling and supervising the operations of Suez Canal, public institutions, schools and university, the Arab Tower, the Alexandria public library, Christian churches and institutions including St. Catherine Monastery in Sinai. The security forces were able to infiltrate the MB’s camps in Rabi’a al-Adawiya and al-Nahda and gather vital information about their plans and their weapons before the evacuation.

 After the forceful evacuation of the MB camps the US, UK, France and Turkey hastened to condemn what they called the violent crackdown on pro-Morsi supporters, and called on the Security Council to investigate the human rights violations of the Egyptian security forces against peaceful demonstrators. On a comparing note, it took these countries almost two years before calling on the Security Council to investigate violence in Syria.  They have ignored all the weapons used by the MB against security forces, and the MB’s terrorism including the torching of public building and churches. The western media were recruited and paid to describe the Egyptian national revolution as a military coup, to present the MB as the victim, and to ban any anti-MB news and videos on their websites.

French hypocrisy is exhibited in their military attacks and Islamists in Mali while they are trying to support extremist Islamist MB in Egypt. The UK officials had many times expressed the attitude that when it comes to British interest there is no self-restraint. Turkey’s Erdogan should examine his support to the anti-Syrian terrorists,  his violent suppression to the Kurds and harsh treatment to Turkish demonstrators in the streets of Istanbul.

One more time, the definition of a military coup necessitates the fact that the military leader installs himself as president.  This is clearly not the case in Egypt. An interim civil government was chosen to manage the affairs of the state until a new election takes place. This is a national revolution that called on the military to execute the will of people to withdraw power from a failing presidency. In a democracy the people have the absolute right to grant power to a president as well as withdrawing power from him.

 Egypt now is going through painful birth pangs expecting the delivery of real independence, real freedom and real democracy. Unfortunately many vultures are surrounding it attempting to either abort this delivery or to strangle the new born.

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.


Egypt to Erdogan:  "We do not need lectures from a Western agent."

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."

August 19, 2013 - The Sinai ambush, killing 25 law enforcers - 'courtesy'  un-Muslim Brotherhoodlums.
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"

August 19, 2013:  Mahmoud Badr, leader of Egypt's Tamarod Rebel Movement speaks:

"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.


A typical ghastly Brotherhoodlum idea, forcing orphans to participate in their protests dubbed as "sit-ins" to rehearse their funerals with their shrouds as potential suicide bombers.  It's supposed to be a show of determination and support Brotherhood style! 

Source:  Intifada Palestine.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

The conspiracy against the people of Egypt

What precisely happened leading to the events of August 14 in Egypt.

By Abdel Latif el-Menawy

On June 29, the day before the mass protests that shook Egypt’s ruling party, I was sitting with a friend who had just arrived in Egypt. We had a long conversation during which he mentioned the U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, Anne Patterson, whom he knows and had seen the day before.

I asked him about Ms. Patterson’s views regarding the protests against the government planned for June 30. He said that he asked her directly: "Do you think the upcoming protests will lead to a change in government?" She confidently responded with "it's not going to happen." Her extreme certainty was not an expression of political analysis as much as an expression of her country's desire and will.

Those who bet on supporting the Islamists and aiding them until the last second were shocked by the events that were to come.

A lesson learnt?

I thought that after the success of the protests the lesson had been learnt, and America’s stance would adjust itself towards the two countries' mutual interests. But this did not happen. I was surprised when I found out through private sources that America supports Turkish attempts to reach an agreement that would guarantee the return of the Brotherhood and its president ..

The armed forces have chosen the logical and natural choice which harmonizes with their role as a national institution not influenced by threats of punishment; thus, it would not accept such suggestions.

We were not surprised by what the website "Mobtdaa" – which during recent events proved to be an important source of news - revealed.  Anne Patterson requested that Salafi groups obstruct the formation of a new government in Egypt in order to grant the Muslim Brotherhood a chance to raid the Republican Guards' headquarters, effectively replaying what happened in Syria. Patterson made this request, but she is now aware that the whole thing ended with the Brotherhood's defeat and the complete collapse of American schemes.

Even so, until the very last second, she did not stop her attempts to make a personal gain to save herself and Barack Obama from the Congress' guillotine currently being prepared for her and the American president.

The Syrian scenario, replayed:

Anne Patterson attempted to contact military commander Abdelfattah al-Sissi to suggest holding negotiations with the Brotherhood - a suggestion rejected by Sissi who insists on arresting all those responsible for the deaths of Egyptians. This angered Anne Patterson as she told Sissi that what he wants is an ideal that has no place in politics, and that adhering to the law sometimes harms politics. But Sissi has made up his mind, so he strictly ended the conversation with Patterson and told her that as she is just an envoy neither she nor her country has the right to intervene in Egyptian affairs. Patterson immediately responded telling him that his conviction would make the Syrian situation the most likely to happen in Egypt.

This time, Anne Patterson increased her communication with Salafi groups to request that they do whatever necessary to obstruct the formation of a new cabinet and any constitutional declarations until the Brotherhood was in a stronger negotiating position. Patterson said to the Salafis that Mohamed Mursi would return to office within days. At the same time, she gave a green light to Brotherhood supporters to launch the attack against the Republican Guards' buildings.

The tasks were carried out by Issam al-Aaryan and Mohamed al-Baltaji. Al-Baltaji led the attack in front of the Republican Guards while al-Aaryan contacted global media outlets to prepare them to react the minute the clashes erupted between the Brotherhood and the Republican Guards or between the Brotherhood and the army. At midnight, Al-Jazeera channel, which supports the Brotherhood, began stirring up media interest. It broadcast several interviews and analyses stressing the Brotherhood supporters’ fear that the army or the Republican Guards would confront them and kill them. Later, other channels affiliated with the Brotherhood spread the idea that the army was summoning reinforcements to kill the Brotherhood supporters.

Finally, Anne Patterson's plan was implemented as snipers from the Brotherhood positioned in high buildings opened fire, killing a Republican Guard officer. They brought down more than 40 soldiers during the first minutes of the clash. Their hordes ran quickly towards the Republican Guards' headquarters' gates leaving the army with no chance to intervene with tear gas or similar defences. Following many warnings, the army found that it had no other option but to act as per the law regarding the protection of military and armed forces' facilities. Al-Jazeera seized the opportunity to record footage and direct the last scene, as it was the only channel ready inside Rabia al-Adawiya, in an attempt to tell their own story and to put the Syrian scenario into effect.


The details of this conspiracy are now published. This is a message to any local, American or international party to do what it takes to bring to justice anyone involved in this conspiracy against the people of Egypt.


Abdel Latif el-Menawy is an author, columnist and multimedia journalist who has covered conflicts around the world. He is the author of “Tahrir: the last 18 days of Mubarak,” a book he wrote as an eyewitness to events during the 18 days before the stepping down of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Menawy’s most recent public position was head of Egypt’s News Center. He is a member of the National Union of Journalists in the United Kingdom, and the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate. He can be found on Twitter @ALMenawy

Nahda Square and Rabaa - Cairo August 14, 2013

These were the two largest pro-Brotherhood "sit-in" camps.  But factually, Brotherhood supporters did much more than just "sitting-in."  They were frightfully violent.

The two protest camps had been the citadels for planning attacks on Morsi opponents and the police.  They gradually became systematized and entrenched, a bit like tent cities.  Portions of the camps were behind makeshift cement walls with plenty of sandbags around.  Street vendors did profitable business, setting up their stalls close by selling vegetables, fruits and other groceries.  In a portion within one of the tents, there was an  'exhibition' of sorts with images of those who died during protests last July.  A number of dead bodies of opposition protesters with marks of torture have been found around the premises of the camps - a disturbing  discovery - with suspicions arising that torture cells were housed inside the camps.  Residents of Cairo and Egyptian human rights activists strongly suspect weapons were hidden as well.  Outside of Cairo, MB supporters surrounded and set fire to government buildings and attacked several churches. Christians, who make up 10 percent of the Egyptian population of 85 million have been fearful since their community endorsed the army takeover.  Across the country, Morsi supporters attacked more than 20 police stations, about 7 churches and also occupied the ground floor of the Finance Ministry in Cairo after storming it. 

No surprise the interim government had been warning since several days prior to August 14 that an assault was on the way .... it became inevitable.


A police vehicle is pushed off of a bridge by supporters of Morsi  close  the eastern Nasr City district of Cairo, site of one of the protest camps, Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013.
A police vehicle is pushed off of a bridge by supporters of Morsi close the eastern Nasr City district of Cairo, site of one of the protest camps, Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013.
A member of the security forces lies on the ground and another on his police vehicle that was pushed off a bridge by  supporters of  Morsi in the eastern Nasr City district of Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013.
A member of the security forces lies on the ground and another on his police vehicle that was pushed off a bridge by supporters of Morsi in the eastern Nasr City district of Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013.
Female supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood gathering stones for confronting the police in Cairo on August 14, 2013.
Female supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood gathering stones for confronting the police in Cairo on August 14, 2013.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

From bad to worse: Egypt's Brotherhood joining FSA

During Morsi's presidency, members of the Muslim Brotherhood had great ambitions of running the government the way they pleased, distorting the constitution, indulging in massive corruption and making big money.   With that dream being shattered after a year and Morsi under arrest, MB's top trouble-maker, Mohamed Badie, announced a plan for setting up a "Free Egyptian Army" to fight the Egyptian military and reinstate Morsi.  That too ended in a failure as MB didn't stand a chance confronting the Egyptian army without U.S. assistance.  No Salafist body has yet won a single battle without steady and extensive U.S. support.  Their next move was to arrive in the Sinai region to boost Al-Qaeda aligned forces bound for Syria.  Fearing this could further strengthen al-Qaeda, Saudi Arabia devised a plan to divert the attention of pro Brotherhood loafers from Al-Qaeda to FSA .... with the help of dollars of course.

The Kingdom of the Sauds has been silently nervous over the role of Al-Qaeda groups in Syria.  To counter the influence of Al-Nusra, the Saudi government has reportedly given huge sums of money to recruit Brotherhood activists in FSA with attractive monthly salaries.  No wonder lately the influx of foreign fighters within Syria has surged enormously, infiltrating like hordes of migratory locusts.  The money that will paid to Brotherhood 'soldiers' for joining FSA and serving them loyally will be far more than the police and security forces of Egypt can ever dream of earning. 

 Senior members of FSA have welcomed Saudi Arabia's spiteful initiative as they too have been wary of Al-Nusra's rising power in Syria leading to serious differences between them and the "Free Syrian Army," resulting in many fatal shootings of FSA fighters by the foreign Arab commanders.

The White House wouldn't help Brotherhood with weapons to make a nuisance of itself for the Egyptian military for obvious reasons.  But it did willingly agree upon Brotherhood's menacing role in Syria to keep up the task of spilling blood.   Brotherhood cooperated wholeheartedly with the United States and Israel during its one year in office and soon became despised by the vast majority of Egyptian people.  It's continuing the same trend after getting booted out.

While in prison, Morsi yelled for jihad against Israel.  Upon becoming president, he screamed for jihad against his Muslim brethren in Syria.  Instead of condemning Israeli war crimes and terror, he demanded a no-fly zone over Syria.  Instead of shutting the Israeli embassy in Cairo and kicking out the Israeli ambassador, he ordered to shut the Syrian embassy. 

Quoting Dr. Elias Akhleh: "Although in his September 2010 speech Morsi had called the Israelis “blood suckers”, “warmongers”, and “descendants of apes and pigs”, in October 2012 he sent a letter to Israeli President Shimon Perez calling him “My dear great friend” and calling for “maintaining and strengthening the cordial relations which so happily exist between our two countries.”   Leaked letters of the U.S. Department of State proved that Morsi was even worse than Mubarak."  

Morsi never broke his promise to the White House and his Zion masters.  His young men are now enthusiastically preparing for "jihad" against Syria and to make the kind of money they had been waiting for. 


Sunday, August 11, 2013

Ordeal of Palestinian refugees in Syria

One might wonder how several Palestinian refugee camps in Syria came under the control of foreign Al-Qaeda terrorists without much resistance.  Many of these camps are presently under complete Al-Qaeda dominance imposing its extremist beliefs on a Palestinian community, majority of whom have always been viewed as a progressive lot.

Al Qaeda terrorists loaded with American, Israeli and European weapons are infiltrating into Syria at an accelerating pace.  They are using the Palestinian refugee camps as their bases against the Syrian Army and Hezbollah.  Most of these refugees camps within Syria were established in 1948 until the late 1950s after the Nakba catastrophe when Palestine was divided and more than 3 million of its indigenous people were expelled from their motherland.  At least two refugee camps were also set up in 1967 after the internationally condemned Zionist-colonial aggression and occupation of West Bank, Gaza strip and Golan Heights of Syria.

Planned takeover of Palestinian refugee camps in Syria is one of the vital strategies of the foreign invading terrorists in the Syrian war.  They gradually step into the refugee camps in small numbers, not as gunmen but as civilians with plenty of efforts to win over the confidence of Palestinian refugees through polite and gentle talk. When that is achieved, larger numbers of heavily armed terrorists arrive, giving the people an ultimatum either they support the government and face the bullets of Jabhat al-Nusra and Ansar al-Khalifa Brigade OR support the invaders.

Quoting two Palestinian residents of Yarmouk refugee camp, a lady and her sister, on how the so-called jihadists sneak into the camps and gain control: "
First the intruders appeared only a few in number. We noticed them, many had foreign accents and wore conservative clothes, most had beards. They were polite and friendly. Then few more arrived.  They stayed to themselves at first and began using the local mosque.  Then some of them began to preach their ideas of religion.  Soon these men were commenting on how some of the Palestinian women dressed in an 'un-Islamic' fashion and even lectured young women."  
The lady's sister commented:  "Then guns appeared and some of the men appeared to be very skilled when they would use, for example, a school or playground to train. They were so serious and seemed to be in a trance of some kind. There was no possibility to talk or reason with them .. some actually believed that Syria was Palestine and they were here to liberate Al Quds!"

What is happening in the Palestinian refugee camps in Syria is very similar to the incident of 2007 at Nahr al-Barad refugee camp in Lebanon which consisted of more than 30,000 Palestinians.  Nahr al-Barad was also forcibly taken over as a base by an Al-Qaeda inspired group called "Fateh al-Islam" that fought a pitched battle against the Lebanese army.  Many refugees were killed and injured and thousands fled.  The hostage taking of Palestinian camps in Syria bears an uncanny similarity to the events of Nahr al-Barad.  

There is little doubt about the fact that Palestinian organizations such as Hamas and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), who support the rebellion against President Assad, have been flatly against the liberation of Palestinian refugee camps from rebel control. Ahmed Jibril, the head of PFLP, has particularly been loud in protesting against all plans to liberate Yarmouk refugee camp, the largest in Syria . But majority of Palestinian refugees based in Syria do not agree with PFLP nor Hamas.  Being literally held as hostages by Al-Qaeda, their only choice at present to save their lives is neutrality, until the towns or provinces where these camps are located are re-taken by the Syrian Army. 

A Palestinian boy targeted in a militant attack by Al-Nusra in the Damascus-based Yarmouk refugee camp.   Yarmouk refugee camp for uprooted Palestinians is the largest in Syria set up in 1957, just a few miles from Damascus.  
Palestinian refugees have been living happily in all camps throughout Syria since decades. 
Unfortunately they are now being hijacked and used as human shields by Al-Qaeda's US paid mercenaries.