Nations General Assembly & Mohammed Morsi

The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) is the process established in 2003 to prevent conflict diamonds from entering the mainstream rough diamond market. Mohamed Morsi Isa al-Ayyat (born 20 August 1951 in Sharquia) is an Egyptian politician who has been Chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), a political party that was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood after the 2011 Egyptian revolution, since April 30, 2011. He is standing as the FJP's candidate for the May–June 2012 presidential election. 5.0/5

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Parker: You Can't Promote Freedom Abroad as it Disappears at Home By Star Parker October 1, 2012 Baseball player Yogi Berra once said, "You can observe a lot by watching." Simple wisdom, that President Obama is not likely to heed. In order to observe, you have to want to look at the truth that's actually out there. With reality so different from how our president wishes to portray it, he has little interest in seeing things as they really are. This past week, the president delivered a "Kumbaya" appeal to the current session of the United Nations General Assembly. The pitch, about peaceful resolution of disputes, tolerance and free speech, was clearly aimed at Muslim nations. The following day, Egypt's newly elected Muslim Brotherhood president, Mohammed Morsi, stood before the General Assembly and gave his reply. No thanks. Sure, Egypt will respect free speech, as long as it does not offend "one specific religion or culture." The message we got from candidate Obama in 2008 was that the rift between the Mu ...
President Barack Obama has not planned a single meeting with foreign leaders who are visiting New York this week for the United Nations General Assembly. He has already received criticism for failing to make time in his election campaign schedule to meet Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but now it is clear he will not meet any of the other world leaders who are descending on the Big Apple for the annual event. Now Obama is being slammed from both the right and the left for finding time to meet with the ladies of television’s “The View” but not with Britain’s David Cameron, Egypt’s Mohammed Morsi, France’s Francois Hollande, Afghanistan’s Hamid Karzai or any of the 120 leaders in town.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Mohammed Morsi, arguably the foremost exponents today of Sharia rule, both spoke at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday, and their speeches together amounted to an Islamic supremacist wish list for the world.
Obama offers to meet with Muslim Brotherhood Egyptian President Morsi: President Obama has invited Egypt's new president to meet him in New York when the United Nations General Assembly convenes in September, an administration official confirmed to The Hill. The invitation to Mohammed Morsi, a member of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, a group with a violent past, could raise concerns among lawmakers who have questioned continued U.S. support for Egypt. The Obama administration has taken steps to reach out to Morsi, arguing he is committed to the Arab Spring revolution and will respect the results of democratic elections. Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton is scheduled to meet Morsi on Saturday.
President Obama should be “direct and unambiguous” when he meets with Egyptian leader Mohammed Morsi on the margins of the United Nations General Assembly in September, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee said Tuesday. Rep.
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