Egyptians are asking Obama and CNN, “Why are you supporting terrorism?”
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was forced from office by protestors who did it through peaceful protesting exactly as they did two years ago with former dictator Muhammad Hosni El Sayed Mubarak. So the Egyptians want to know, why do CNN and the Obama administration see it as a coup?
The Egyptian army honorably responded to the people’s voice. The elections that brought Morsi to power were under the army’s supervision, so it’s totally normal for Egyptian people who want to do a “recall/popular impeachment” to ask for their own army and protect them from a fascist and terrorist gang (Muslim Brotherhood). Some of the extremist criminals who support Morsi include:
Sheikh Assem Abdel Maged — Jama’a al-Islamiya Shura Council member and convicted murderer of innocent people in Assiut (upper Egypt) during the famous explosions in the 1990s.
Sheikh Aboud al-Zomr and his cousin Tarek al-Zomr – the main executor who assassinated “El Sadat,” the former Egyptian president, in 1981.
Hany El Farnawany – one of the top leaders of the Jihad military squad.
Sheikh Magdy Salem – the top leader of al-Jihad.
Safwat Abdel Ghany – one of the top leaders of Jama’a al-Islamiya who co-assisted in Refaat El Mahgoub’s (former prime minister) assassination.
Ahmed Al-Taher — one of the squad that assassinated “El Sadat.”
Mohamed Abo Samra – secretary-general of the Islamic Jihadist Party.
Saleh Jaheen - convicted accomplice in “El Sadat” assassination case.
This is a small sample of the army of terrorists who support Morsi. They didn’t support him after he brought them to the light and made them distinguished politicians. He was too keen on being surrounded by those who carry guns and explosives to kill innocent Egyptians. Their criminal records are the best proof that they are very capable of killing and are the best for that dirty job.
Here some samples of what was happening with the Morsi protest during the last few days:
Imagine, some of those ex-felons were in Morsi’s constituent assembly. What a rehabilitation.
I think now you can imagine how deformed and extreme the end product of these group therapy sessions are. "It the worst constitution ever made in the Egyptian history and its normal place will be the trash can,” Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei [Unlink] once stated. He is, as CNN described him, a “lawyer, diplomat, civil servant and scholar, led UN arms inspectors before Gulf War and former director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency till 2009. He and the IAEA were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005 and CNN described him as a “top contender to lead transitional government.”
Did you watch in the fourth of July CNN interview with that man? The godfather of the Egyptian revolution? Guess what he said when Becky Anderson, host of CNN International's “Connect the World,” asked him: “Do you mean that you want to exclude them?” He replied “No! No absolutely...I would hope qualified people from the brotherhood, from the Salafists should be part in this (coming) government, we need everybody to be part of the political process, we need a cohesive society that is tolerant to respect each other’s differences.”
Watch the full interview here.
This was not the only honorable man to tell CNN that what is happening in Egypt is not a coup.
When Christiane Amanpour, CNN chief international correspondent and host of CNN International's nightly interview program, asked Egyptian Ambassador to US Mohamed Tawfik, “So, ambassador, has your country just gone under coup d'état?”
He said: “Absolutely Not! The Egyptian people have their voices heard, tens of millions of Egyptians went to the streets, and military stepped in, in order to preserve the country’s integrity, and the military have not put themselves in a position of running the country, and we know in the past when the military were actually running the country, they seized power voluntarily, so basically what we see is the continuation of the Egyptian revolution.”
Watch the full interview here.
Hours ago, US Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and US Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY), the committee’s ranking member, released the following statement in response to ongoing events in Egypt:
"The decision by the Egyptian military to take state authority out of the hands of the ruling Muslim Brotherhood government marks another sharp turning point in Egypt’s incomplete revolution. What the Brotherhood neglected to understand is that democracy means more than simply holding elections. Real democracy requires inclusiveness, compromise, respect for human and minority rights, and a commitment to the rule of law. Morsi and his inner circle did not embrace any of these principles and instead chose to consolidate power and rule by fiat. As a result the Egyptian people and their economy suffered greatly.”
Egyptians are in shock! Egyptians love Americans, but they don’t love America’s current foreign policy. Why Obama and CNN see that the Egyptians’ revolution suddenly becomes a coup?
They raised posters with Obama photos next to a strong phrase “Stop supporting terrorism.”
The Egyptians in social media are campaigning now against CNN, called it (Muslim Brotherhood channel) the photos up there are just snapshots of Facebook pages and Twitter hash tags were made recently to serve the same cause, and deliver the same message. We see CNN biased and telling no truth about what happened in Egypt recently. CNN headline that reads “Egypt after the Coup” is really humiliating to millions of honor Egyptian as they consider this a blatant forgery!
For the first time, I face that kind of intransigence bureaucracy and trials of interference during vetting my last report It's Egyptian Revolution not a coup d'état, CNN!.
And for the first time, CNN producer called me twice in just an hour. After she failed to convince me to take it down and repost with a lighter version and more general words, she asked for their higher-ups! We got the report vetted at the end but why all of these smelly actions?
And I have some acknowledgement to do, I’d really like to deeply thank her for being so devoted (she was working on national holiday, Fourth of July!) and being so professional and patient with me. Thanks Christina (and Sarah). I appreciate all what you did to get my report vetted.
Last word, if you, CNN, want to keep your integrity intact, please stay unbiased and stick to the truth, and don’t adopt single POV. It’s a code of honor I always find you obligated with, and that’s why I’m here from the first place, kindly don’t let me and millions of loyal follower Egyptians down.
I hope this tiring report provided you with convincing answer on your question:
Coup or no coup?
July 6, 2013