Mohamed Morsi (ALA-LC: Muḥammad Muḥammad Mursī ‘Īsá al-‘Ayyāṭ; born 20 August 1951) is an Egyptian politician who served as the fifth president of Egypt, from 30 June 2012 to 3 July 2013, when he was removed by the military after mass protests.
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The power outages in Egypt are totally acceptable as long as Morsi isn't president.
Egypt's interim president names a former housing minister to head a new government.
200 supporters of the ousted President Morsi have been sentenced to 7 years imprisonment for protesting without permission.
(AP)courts have sentenced 220 mostly supporters of the ousted Islamist president to up to 7 years imprisonment due protests.
Breaking news on Egyptian civil unrest via
So it's official: President picks Ibrahim Mehleb to be country's next prime minister; formerly housing min
Mohamed Morsi, Egypt ex-president, accused of passing state secrets to Iran Revolutionary Guard.
Egypt was the lesson we missed. Morsi was president for only 1yr.
Prosecutor says ousted President Morsi spied for Iran.
" Yvonne Ridley " The Egyptian Government unexpectedly quit today - why? Perhaps it's time to return to democracy and return the democratically elected President Morsi to his rightful place
A insider's view in order to understand how the Muslim Brotherhood understands the events in Egypt. In less than three years, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood has gone from the height of political power to the depths of bloody repression and exile. Much is written and spoken in the international media on events in Egypt since the Arab Spring. But not much is being heard directly from the Muslim Brotherhood these days. What is the assessment of the movement's leaders, now that it has been practically forced underground, with President Morsi in jail? What is their interpretation of the dramatic events that have unfolded in Egypt since July 2013? In this exclusive interview, journalist and Islamic affairs analyst Mahan Abedin speaks with a leading figure of the Islamic movement, Mohammad Soudan, who presents the viewpoint of the Muslim Brotherhood on developments in Egypt.
speaks during the trial in English and French to deliver a message to the free world, saying hi to the Egyptian people keep your demonstrations peaceful and I'm with you we will win against the plotters allied with Zionists and face his judges and said I tell you without question, gentlemen, all this hot air will be removed will be told you that you were a cover for the coup is built on falsehood is falsehood, "and translated # President Morsi modern English and French audience of delegates from foreign news agencies attending the meeting extensively, adding that the splitter will not Impunity and will be held accountable before God and the people, lion Yaris Lord help you:)
What former president morsi of egypt is presently suffering for wil soon catch up wit every politicians that are tryin to enthrone d same ideology in nigeria. Extremism and sectionalism has no place anymore in d world. Nigeria belongs to all of us and must remain a free society where anybody can practise any kind of religion he or she so desire. The calls 4 d presidency MUST return to d north is an extremism ideology
Mass killing and fire in Kiev...but that is nothing compared to what happened in Cairo late last year during and after Al-Sisi's illegal military overthrow of President Morsi.
Egypt’s ousted Islamic supremacist president Morsi is said to have conducted a dialogue with Al Qaida.
as mediator of reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah in palestine, Egypt president Morsi was ousted in july 2013. as mediator of negotiation between Israel and palestine, Secretary of state john kerry insist to pursue the peace talks on July 2013. any comment? Rana Setiawan Widi Kusnadi
After 1 week in Egypt; 1. I have not witness a single protest or demonstration! 2. I have not seen a single frank MB supporter or a single person praising the ousted president Morsi! 3. I have witnessed the lies spread by قناة الجزيرة مباشر - Aljazeera Mubasher Channel when they claimed hundred of thousands bulk protest in Alexandria against the army last Friday while I have been going all around Alexandria the same day and not a single person I have seen protesting 4. Alexandria is not back to the pre-Jan 25 status but it is in a much better shape compared to when I left 30 months ago 5. Field Marshal Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi got unprecedented support among Taxi drivers, middle and high social class and the age group between 40 - 70 years old! 6. Everyone is worried about what's next and got very high expectations if Field Marshal el-Sisi got elected that might lead to major disappointment 7. Unfortunately, people do not mind torturing any Muslim brothers activist, the hate to MB is unprecede ...
Human rights group has renewed calls demanding that ousted president Morsi & his aides receive a fair trial
Egypt dips' arguments seem part of ongoing debate w/ those in security who think Egypt could lose Western ties htt…
Dr Morsi prays; honourable, elected, wants to produce his own weapons; medicine, and wheat. Allows opposition and free medi…
"We cannot turn into North Korea; we cannot do it." Great article on the view from the Egyptian foreign ministry: http:…
Turkey Maintains Criticism of Egyptian Military Coup: Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on a state visit to Tur...
Fact no. 1: Morsi was not really an independent president but a representative of MB and the prez palace. 2
242 low level Muslim Brotherhood soon face trial on charges ranging from protest to acquisition of firearms
never said: "Protests are useless", Dishonest coverage. A conversation between the...
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"They strung up Maher Mohamed Morsi for having a name similar to [the former president] and beat him relentlessly."
Saudi has expressed its support to the new Egyptian government & pledged a $5bn aid package soon after the ouster of president Mohamed Morsi
A conversation between the imprisoned legitimate elected Egyptian president Dr. Morsi with his lawyer Dr. El-Awa...
Maggie Michael an reporter misleads AP readers by wrong translation of President Morsi interview with his lawyer.
that was Dr. El-Awa not president Dr. Morsi while what was mentioned in the media that it is Dr morsi who said so .
How will WP react to publishing lies, from Associated Press, about President Morsi?
Meanwhile, president Morsi did not say "Protests are useless". You should correct that damage unless AP is doing it on purpose.
Kuwait Liberals have now joined the fight & have started Spreading False Rumors against President Mohammad Morsi:
it is a shame that you mistranslated President Morsi talk with his lawer. You stated that president said "protests are useless".
Egypt liberals! You supported a brutal coup against president Morsi because "the economy wasn't getting better". Well its falling apart now!
Egypt officials order new trials for Morsi supporters
Pampering and Disgusting condition of of - via
Egypt officials order new trials for Morsi supporters: [JURIST] Egyptian authorities on Thursday ordered 242 s...
Putin Backs Sisi’s Bid For Egypt President I Wish You Luck send Heinz Kerry to Egypt to free Morsi in a midnight raid
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i heard Morsi took $10,000 per year as a president, thats less than the Uruguayan president
marshall Sisi, the guy who overthrew Morsi. Head of the army, minister of defense and 99.9% our next president.
16,687 political detainees have been imprisoned since the military ousted the Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, on Jul…
It seems from these piece that is still President (1st paragraph) .
The Egyptian government has intensified crackdown on supporters of ousted President Morsi.
4. Did the ousting of President Mohammed Morsi solve the problem of Egypt?
Egypt's authorities order trials for 242 supporters of ousted president Morsi: via
in egypt. the secular were afraid by president Morsi. they took him out. but not all secular were Muslims i guess..
Obama-backed Morsi calling Jews descendents of apes and pigs to be expunged from Israel and all Muslim lands:
They were protesting President Mohamed Morsi being removed from office. The shootings happened during prayer time at a +
(graphic content) Dead bodies of supporters of Ousted President Mohammed Morsi after police and army…
Egypt: Nation on the Brink; Fear of Civil War After President Morsi Ousted -
Cool so Mubarak left presidency, Morsi stepped up, Morsi was removed by the military, and now Sisi wants to be president
MT "This is the man I voted 4 in the elections, the legal President of Prof. Dr. Mohammad Morsi
What is happening now in Egypt is really a big risk that may destroy the nation and lead to civil war at any time . the coup had crossed all the red lines known in any code of ethics it is now a life or death situation for the islamists in Egypt , it is not an exaggeration if i say that for them death is better than life for now . For according to the laws of earth and the laws of heavens , when these people die they will go to paradise , They are peaceful people who were wronged and oppressed and killed and imprisoned while they were doing something good for their country They have a very broad moral base , either according to religion , or according to world ethics . Death will restore their dignity also as they will die as martyrs , martyrs for freedom , martyrs for justice , martyrs for god , martyrs for everything good on earth. Death will also save them from the pains of the prisons and what ill treatment they receive there . And what is better than death for someone whose daughter was killed , h .. ...
during 1 hour TV interview I expressed deep concern of the systematic abuse of human rights in Egypt .there is no justification for detaining young girls and boys nor levying huge fines on parents. the visit to Russia by the Field Marshal a futile 1950s gesture and money better spent on feeding the poor and repairing crumbling bridges. silencing defendants by putting them in an additional glass box as it happened with the deposed president Morsi fundamentally undermines fair trial, a gross hunan rights abuse . the liberal and honest voice especially of those in the West must speak out . Silence is condoning.
In a secretly recorded conversation ex-president Morsi says "protests in my support are USELESS."
The core value of rejecting the coupe is the value of legitimacy and dignity of the Egyptian people and not the question of Sharia. YET, around this core value there are many superficial layers of the whole picture, one is the question of Sharia , another is revival of the old establishment of Mubarak , or the military rule. all these are good causes to reject the Coupe , and I endorse all of it, but the core value is the legitimacy.we stand by president Morsi , not that he was the best for the cause of Sharia ,nor was he the best for ending the Mubark regime nor were his politics the biggest threat for the military-industrial complex, but we stand by him originally and most faithfully , as the democratically elected president of the country.
Large masses join in a night rally organized by the NCSL in Menya city to support President Morsi and his legitimacy and refuse the military coup, protesters raised Rabaa sign and fired fireworks in the air in order to cheer on the crowds.
Yep, time to start prosecuting the 'half white,' side of him.he has been getting 'hall passes' on the 'half black' for way too long, utterly amazing that him, his entire administration has committed so many crimes, so many affronts to the American people, the Constitution, and with impunity that is simply boggles the mind how this person has not been impeached and is in prison with his minions as well...utterly amazing!?! For the longest we have heard the outrage over this charlatan poser POS in the office of the presidency, yet nothng has been done to him, them!?! We need an American Spring, and it is scheduled for this May, participate in any way possible folks, inundating your '-joke- elected officials,' pester them relentlessly, ensure them that at the upcoming senatorial elections they will be remembered for the debacle that has occurred in goverment, which is affecting our country in the negative, and exceedingly so KCarson.Operation “American Spring”: Retired Colonel planning DC protest & re .. ...
15-year old Mariyah...the youngest detainee in Egyptian prisons? The alliance supporting the elected Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi considered the verdict issued on Thursday against a 15-year old student, sentencing her to one year in prison, as "an example of the oppression and injustice executed by the military coup in the name of the law." The Juvenile Court in the Dakahlia governorate (in the Nile Delta) issued a verdict on Thursday sentencing the 15-year old student, Mariyah Al-Metwalli Samaha, to a year in prison and a fine of EGP 20,000 (about $2,800) on charges of possession of flyers with the Rabaa sign during her participation in a demonstration supporting President Morsi. The prosecution charged her with inciting riot, being a member of a banned group (the Muslim Brotherhood), and demonstrating without a permit. Her case was transferred to the juvenile court, according to legal sources. After the verdict was issued, Mariyah became the youngest Egyptian female sentenced to prison due to her p ...
According to Egyptian media, during his recent speech at the Dept. of Moral Affairs for the Armed Forces, Gen. Abdul Fateh al-Sisi—the man who ousted former President Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood in response to the June Revolution and who is seen as
very hard to translate this one, sorry my friends :) its just a joke about our previous president Morsi :)
Egypt is now a province of Greater Israel Who exactly is Gen. Abdel Fattah Alsisi ? Born to Moroccan Jewish mother, Malikah Titani from Asefi, in 1954 which makes him a Jew and an automatic citizen of Israel. Al-Sisi’s maternal uncle (mamu) Uri Sibagh served in Jewish Defense League from 1948 to 1950 before migrating to Israel and was a member of David Ben Gurion Political Party. In the same period during Egyptian Revolution and Gen. Abdel Nasser coming to power when Egypt and Israel considered to be at war, Uri Sibagh’s real sister Malikah emigrated to Egypt instead to a new Jewish State, obviously on a mission from Mossad. She had to give up her Moroccan Citizenship and adopt Egyptian Nationality to get married to resourceful Egyptian Muslim and to enable her son to join the Egyptian Military Academy. Malikah Titani married Saeed Hussain Khalili al-Sisi who run a shop, called Al-Sisi in Cairo’s ancient Khan al-Khalili Bazar. They have 3 sons and 5 daughters. Malikah Titani’s Mossad mission culmi ...
The US Working Group is right on Egypt One of the most perplexing aspects of the months of instability in Egypt that have followed the removal of President Mohammed Morsi from office on July 3, 2013, is the number of prominent Egyptian liberals who have shown themselves to have a somewhat selective commitment to liberal principles, such as a belief in the legitimacy of elected leaders, and universal respect for basic freedoms and the rule of law. A piece on Al-Monitor's Egypt Pulse published on Feb. 4 suggests that Wael Nawara may fall into this category. Nawara accuses the members of the Working Group on Egypt, of which I am a member, of providing the “wrong advice” to President Barack Obama in its Jan. 28, 2014 letter. Nawara notes that the Working Group raised “valid criticisms” of the Egyptian government’s policies since the removal of President Morsi on July 3, but he claims that we have failed to set “these things in the larger context.” Read more:
The new junta placed President Morsi in a sound-proof glass cage during hearings of the sham trials against him.If the courts are afraid of the legitimate President's voice, why hold all these sessions? Why waste public funds?
Dear Comrades, In a special telegram delivered by USSA Navy warships in the Eastern Mediterranean, Comrade Party Chairman Barack Barackovich Obama has issued an ultimatum to President Bashar al-Assad: resign so that the Syrian people can elect Mohammed Morsi as President of the Syrian Arab Republic. Comrade Obama realized that Mohammed Morsi was the ‘right president for the wrong country’ after the recent protests in Egypt caused the White Fortress to reconsider the situation. In consultation with Saudi Arabia, Comrade Obama decided that President Morsi needs a ‘fresh start’ to begin anew his political career. Because President Assad is mismanaging the war and allowing chemical agents to be used in his nation, the Party has determined that he has terminated his legitimacy as leader of Syria. Meanwhile, he has also offended the sensibilities of Moslems throughout the “Bedouin’s Paradise” of the Middle East and established himself as a counter-revolutionary force against not only the ‘Arab S ...
BBC News - ex-President Morsi defiant at jailbreak trial
Freedom and People's red line After Thor January 25 Egyptian people thought he won his freedom, but was planning a coup against the will of the people after the inauguration of President Dr. Mohamed Morsi judgment. In the year that give the Mursi referee wanted to hold a reconciliation with the junta because a large part of the population reveres the military does not realize the difference between the military and the army which led him to not complete the path Revolutionary order to maintain united the people, but the remnants of the Mubarak took advantage of this point and they in agreement with the military Council and by a politicized media campaign to launch a rebellion against President Morsi they also recruited a gang of Walsh Calling itself the Black Block. It functions riots and fabricating fire. Also the police, which was the cause of the January revolution by withdrawing all troops from the street until the soldier traffic even chaos. Has also Petroleum Corporation and electricity companies fa ...
'President Morsi (I prefer to call him by that name, since the military coup that displaced him was not just illegal but immoral! "Peter Oborne" The Telegraph.
Critic of the article According to Peter Oborne, the MB is a "peaceful organisation" and "alQaida only resorts to armed struggle because some powers would not allow 'democracy' in the Muslim World"... The fact that "President Morsi" gave his blessing to PUBLIC calls for Jihad in Syria by some extremist religious figures is not mentioned in this outrageous article!! He doesn't care about the instability and bloodshed in Syria and Egypt such "war of Jihad" would've caused, rather he's concerned that alQaida would target the West now that MB is inconveniently driven under ground (again)!! Oborne is clearly incapable of understanding that the events that followed the Western 'Arab Spring' particularly in Syria, Egypt and Tunisia prove beyond doubt that Arabs refuse to be ruled by NATO/ GCCI backed Islamists who share alQaida values and dreams of Islamic states under Sharia Law, and that they prefer to keep the secular identity of their countries away from foreign meddling and derogation to sovereignty!
Peter Oborrne writes in the "Daily Telegraph": Is history about to repeat itself? I ask this urgent question because I have just returned from a very troubling trip to Cairo, a city that I last visited in the summer of 2011. Everything seemed possible back then, when the crowds gathered in Tahrir Square during the hopeful, happy, good-natured months that followed the fall of President Mubarak. Today, protest is punishable by jail. Abductions are commonplace, torture routine. Demonstrators get shot dead. Following the coup that removed President Morsi on July 3 last year, a military junta is in control. Acting president Adly Mansour is a puppet. The defence minister, General Sisi, runs the country.
Press release: Statement of the Muslim Brotherhood on the rejection of the coup on behalf of lawyers visit of President Morsi [05/01/2014] [15:48:0 Mecca] In the name of God the Merciful The coup leaders kidnapped Mr. President and hide it from the first day of the coup fateful thinking that this eliminates the popular legitimacy and constitutional, and when he realized that the people sticking to its legitimacy and its will and sovereignty, they thought that this kidnapping and concealment represents pressure forcing the president to waive, did not find him, but resilient, solid and stable on right and truth despite the numerous accusations to be submitted to the trial, some already investigated and rejected at the Presidential Election Commission, some of it described as international organizations for human rights as funny and illogical, and during the six months since the coup so far has not been allowed to visit him only once, and for a lawyer only once. and although they then permits the prosecution ...
You may recall Israel's attack on the Gaza Strip in November last year. The aggression led to the martyrdom and wounding of about 330 Palestinians and followed the assassination of Al-Qassam Brigades commander Ahmed Jabari the day before. You may also recall how quickly President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt took a series of public and secret steps which immediately put an end to the attack, which many analysts and experts regarded as a successful qualitative change in addressing the situation. At the time, President Morsi took 6 direct measures: he recalled the Egyptian ambassador from Tel Aviv; expelled the Israeli ambassador from Cairo; announced the opening of the Rafah crossing 24 hours a day; sent Prime Minister Dr Hisham Qandil, along with a delegation of senior Egyptian officials, for a solidarity visit to the Gaza Strip; and held an urgent meeting of the Arab League while requesting an urgent meeting of the United Nations to discuss the implications of Israel's aggression.
The Muslim Brotherhood has continued daily protests agitating for the return of ousted President Morsi. Only now, those who are fighting the police and subsequently arrested are women, often students. With the Brotherhood’s men serving jail sentences or in hiding, women have largely taken over on t...
The arrest of the brother of Ahmed Musa Media wife and destroy the contents of his wife after the rejection of Ahmed Musa undo issue Khula filed by her husband .. Wife Ahmed Moussa supports the return of legitimacy and confirms that support for the legitimacy of President Morsi is not the reason that pops up to ask for a divorce , but back reasons to what was Ahmed Musa perpetrated by homosexual over the years , including his tenure at the State Security Investigation National Security is now confirmed that the arrest of her brother will not discourage them from getting rid of its life next to non-existent man virility Media Ahmed Musa wife live in the city of Talkha currently is supposed to be seen in the case eliminate ethnic Next January 6 an issue that the media deliberately ignored courtesy of the Lashkar-e- Sponsors and natives for several programs, including a program Ahmed Musa One 's friends Murad brother wife of Moses confirms that Ahmed Musa suffering from homosexuality for years and I've added ...
Obama's ties to the Muslim Brotherhood knowingly go back Prior to Arab Spring, he was backing Morsi & the Muslim Brotherhood then. Obama's brother, who has been charged in Egypt was the money man between Obama & the Muslim Brotherhood. Obama had Lois Lerner fast track his brother tax exemption through the IRS and make it retroactive for a year. Benghazi: Allegations have been made that the attack on Benghazi was to kidnap Ambassador Stevens so he could be exchanged for the "Blind Sheikh" that we are holding but it went very wrong, ending with the torture & death of Stevens. After the attack the Syrians captured 2 or 3 Egyptians, who claimed then President Morsi & the Muslim Brotherhood planned the attack. Never covered by the US Media. Allegations by Muslim Brotherhood Deputy Khairat Al-Shater, who stated he had evidence that would put Obama in prison, have also been all but covered up. Saad Al-Shater, the son of jailed Muslim Brotherhood deputy Khairat Al-Shater, told Anatolia that his father had the goo ...
Today, I engaged in brief (and absolutely surreal) debates over President Morsi's 2012 pardons. The gist of the argument against Morsi, raised by dimwits representing varying levels of silliness, is that Morsi, in acts of unbelievable favoritism and fascism, released “thousands” of terrorist Islamists from prison. Let us review: 1. After the 2011 revolution, Egypt’s leaders – first SCAF, and then President Morsi – pardoned thousands of people. In theory, the pardons could have been motivated by kindness and generosity; or, they may have been the product of political jostling, and attempts by the power brokers to appear revolutionary. In any case, people were pardoned, and it was generally seen as something good. [One can simply google “Morsi pardons” and “SCAF pardons” and find many articles detailing the pardons.] 2. Contrary to the claims made by many pro-coup Egyptians who feel obligated to demonstrate that the MB are terrorists, it was SCAF, not Morsi, that released El-Zomor and Abou ...
Egypt's first democratically elected President, Mohammed Morsi and his children are American citizens.
Egypt's first democratically elected President, Mohammed Morsi is married to his cousin.
Coptic ‘Dhimmitude’ in Egypt After the ousting of President Morsi, when the Muslim Brotherhood incited its supporters to attack and destroy over 80 Christian churches, Brotherhood supporters began to extort money from Christians in Upper Egypt. In Dalga village, the 15,000 Christian Copts were forced to pay this jizya—the money, or tribute, that conquered non-Muslims historically had to pay to their Islamic overlords “with willing submission and while feeling themselves subdued” to safeguard their existence, in the words of Koran 9:29. In some cases, those not able to pay were attacked, their wives and children beaten and/or kidnapped. Some Copts were killed for refusing to pay. Later, authorities identified a gang specializing in overseeing operations to kidnap wealthy Copts in order to earn money. While being driven in his car, Bishop Anba Makarios of Minya came under a hail of bullets from several unidentified persons. The driver managed to get away, taking the bishop to the home of a loc ...
While watching this thing about the civil unrest in Egypt following the coup that overthrew the Egyptian president Morsi, and seeing two factions fight in the streets of Cairo, both claim that the other was supported by America, it became painfully clear that they honestly were just looking for someone to blame. This was from Vice News which is probably the most honest news source I know of.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi supporters will boycott referendum on constitution :
If it's up to me. I'll go release the President Morsi and put him in Office by force
Photo: globalpost: Need to know: Egypt finally has a new president: Mohamed Morsi. The victory that he and...
& that's not for Real, that's a Fairy Tale. When you Judge a President from the first year!!.
Egyptian protester holding up pictures of president Mohamed Morsi and the sign.
Brthhd- Morsi's Wife reveals close relationship w/Hillary Clinton back to 1980s
Ousted President Mohamed Morsi’s Wife Speaks Out‘Hillary Tied To Terrorism‘she says I have a treasure trove of secrets of the White House’,
The Islamist supporters of deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi will boycott a referendum on a new...
MUSLIMS VS CHRISTIANS JEROME R. CORSI Jerome R. Corsi, a Harvard Ph.D., is a WND senior staff reporter. He has authored many books, including No. 1 N.Y. Times best-sellers "The Obama Nation" and "Unfit for Command." Corsi's latest book is "Who Really Killed Kennedy?" ATTACKS IN EGYPT ON COPTIC CHRISTIAN WND has previously reported on Muslim Brotherhood violence against Coptic Christians in Egypt. According to a paper published Nov. 12 by Middle Eastern expert Raymond Ibrahim on the website of the Gatestone Institute, titled “What Happened to Christians in the Middle East this August?,” the attacks on Egypt’s Coptic Christians and their Christian churches began with the June 30 Revolution that “saw the ousting of President Morsi and prompted the Muslim Brotherhood to scapegoat and incite violence against the Copts.” Ibrahim reported the attacks became “even more brutal in mid-August after security forces cleared out Brotherhood ‘sit in’ camps, where people were being tortured, raped, and mu ...
Coptic Christians have been a part of the social fabric of Egypt for centuries, but in recent history they have also become a target for assault and discrimination. In the days since the ouster of former President Morsi, Coptic churches have been attacked in some of Egypt's most fiercely Islamist ar...
NEW YORK – A threat to Hillary Clinton’s much anticipated 2016 presidential campaign appears to be developing in Egypt where that nation’s government is taking steps to criminalize the Muslim Brotherhood. Specifically, a new criminal complaint has been filed with Egypt’s attorney general, Hisham Barakat, alleging then-U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton collaborated with Naglaa Mahmoud, the wife of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, in seeking to incite domestic insurrections to topple Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the Egyptian general who has been commander in chief of the Egyptian Armed Forces, as well as minister of defense, since Aug. 12, 2012. Researcher Walid Shoebat, a native Arabic-speaker and a former Palestinian Liberation Organization operative, has reported on his blog that credible news sources in Egypt have reported in Arabic that criminal charges have been brought against Hillary Clinton and Morsi’s wife. Shoebat translated the following from an Egyptian Mehwar TV channel news v ...
Year in Review January: 2013 started off with a bang as Barack Obama took the oath of office to a second term on Lincoln’s personal copy of the Communist Manifesto. Tea Party members gave up on the American Dream to go live in Turkey. Mitt Romney, sponsored by Koch Industries, was left on the sideline of history as he ended up going down as the most stereotypical Republican to ever lose the presidency. France sent troops to Mali in order to fight terrorism and surprised the world by revealing that France actually has an army. Israel voted to re-elect Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after his promises to fight terrorism, oppose Greece bailouts, and open up a McDonald’s in Jesus Christ’s hometown. February: After a power outage, the Baltimore Ravens were declared the Super Bowl Champions by forfeit because half the San Francisco 49ers mysteriously disappeared into the darkness and an inconspicuous, blood covered Ray Lewis once again held the Lombardi Trophy. North Korea celebrated another nuclear de ...
A country cannot be truly democratic until its citizens have the opportunity to choose their representatives through elections that are free and fair but the military of Egypt ousted the freely elected president Morsi and killed, detained and tortured thousands of Egyptians as they want to come back to rule Egypt through arbitrary and cruel exercise of power
What the *** ?!!.No wonder President Morsi didn't get any support from the Egyptian "clergy" !!!
The owner of Egyptian private satellite channel CBC, accused of tax evasion by President Morsi in Wednesday's public address, is banned from travel. Egyptian businessman Mohamed El-Amin has told TV presenter Khairy Ramadan that he has been banned from travel on charges related to tax evasion. The owner of private Egyptian satellite channel CBC broke the news in a live phone in on Ramadan's CBC show Wednesday night, after President Mohamed Morsi accused him of tax evasion in his speech to the nation. A judicial source told Ahram Online that the prosecutor general has confirmed the travel ban, and that El-Amin owed the state LE427 million. In a nearly three hour-long public address earlier Wednesday night, President Morsi accused both El-Amin and Dream satellite channel owner Ahmed Bahgat of using their channels to attack him, because they owed the state money. The president claimed that Bahgat owed LE3 billion to local banks. Regarding freedom of speech, the president said that he allowed the media to air ...
I think , as an ordinary person, that the USA is sometimes having controversial opinions and stands on this particular issue of Egypt. For example, the USA still has not decided if it were a ' coup' or merely another renewed revolution by a part of the Egyptian masses? Meanwhile the USA is not pro the demonstrations decree. What about having new elections in Egypt? Is this democracy? Is kidnapping President Morsi legal? Are we kids? Are we blind? Come on! stop this mess.
the people who are with Sisi are all *** drug dealers thieves, while those that are with President Morsi are the intellectuals of the country: in fact they are all doctors, engineers and professors, who can not stand injustice...
Beltagy expressed his condolences to the South African people over the death Thursday of Nelson Mandela, according to the state-owned Al-Ahram newspaper. “There are 10,000 Nelson Mandelas in Egypt, standing strong against the military coup,” he continued, referring to the July 3 removal of former President Morsi.
A surgeon's Journal Why University students are protesting? Dr Mohamed AHMED-NASR Many University students are actually protesting against the actual regime. A minority of agitators are pushing students to organize strikes and to performs act of vandalism insde their campus Students do not really realize cause of their protest. Many of the agitators are sponsored by foreign forces that suppliy them with money. One of my patients told me that his cousin receives during the week ends a young university student in Al Azhar. She is a the daughter of his cousin. The young girl 20 years old left a bag deposited in their house. During the week the bag has been accidentally opened . It was full of dollars I cash. When she came during the next week end they asked her an explanation. She replied without any shame that this money were given by a person that she does not know . This money is used to pay protestors. She was in need of money and such an activity saved her as well as many ofr frinds from thei ...
On August 1, Kerry enraged the Brotherhood by justifying the Egyptian military’s overthrow of President Morsi. “The military was asked to intervene by millions and millions of people, all of whom were afraid of a descent into chaos, into violence,” he said, adding that the military was “restoring democracy.” I wish I knew what Obama said to him as well. But Obama's unfettered support for the MB would indicate he can not be at all happy with Kerry's remarks. TLRRRC. Lee
Palestine is the centre of the human civilization. It is the land of the prophets previous. It is the most beautiful and full of history, the land conquered, reconquered, the place where prophet Moses AS settled, where Jesus AS was born and where prophet Muhammad SAW had al mi’raj. Then there is Egypt – the land of prophet Yusuf AS, also the land of many pyramids and where fir’aun ruled. Some say Egypt is the mother of the world. If Egypt falls, i.e when president Morsi won the election, the rest of the Middle East will follow. As we witness right now, there’s some truth in that saying. The world is focussing on Egypt and the land of the Middle East. When Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood won the election in Egypt, we were the happiest people. We praised Allah SWT for giving the victory to those who truly defending Islam. Even the TIME magazine quoted an ikhwan elected leader saying “we have been waiting for this victory for the last 4000 years”. So ecstatic and electric was the day of the vict ...
Girls of the Muslim Brotherhood, but they are not Muslims, but as terrorism followed President Morsi isolated terrorist group, please send to the media in order to see criminality against the police and public facilities in order to beg
All this in less than six months ... ! ! ! ! ! ! ? I wish you could read the last : = Even know where to go bounties of Egypt under the rule of a military coup ? Ohmua people that the country is already bankrupt and huge financial losses .. In fact, they Elly Pinhbwa bounties of Egypt .. See their statements : 1 - professes Fakhri Abdel Nour of the pyramids : the country is already bankrupt and must tighten the belt . 2 - Council of Ministers authorized the coup : the state budget deficit reached a large 240 billion pounds. 3 - losses " bakery millions " .1.7 billion pounds ... The government is considering assigned to the private sector . 4 - declining cash reserve of about 825 million dollars in November last year . 5 - rise in inflation to its highest level since 2010 to 14.2 % during November. 6 - loan of 700 million pounds of « National Bank » 7 for tourist companies to pay overdue salaries and premiums . Due to the deterioration of tourism in the country because of the unrest and demonstrations. 7 ...
Egypt-Turkey: Long, turbulent history by nervana111 Initially published in Islamist Gate Ottoman Sultan Selim I, the conquerer of Egypt "History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme." This famous quote by Mark Twain is highly relevant to the relationship between Egypt and Turkey. Egypt’s decision to expel the Turkish ambassador from Cairo has a historical precedent. In 1954, Egypt’s Gamal Abdel Nasser expelled the Turkish ambassador in the presence of relatively similar events, but under dissimilar circumstances. Undoubtedly, the tense relationship between Turkey and Egypt reflects the current policy of the leadership in both Egypt and Turkey. The two countries are now acting like rivals. Even their two powerful men, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and Egypt’s military chief Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, were locked in a popularity competition for the Time 2013's Person of the Year poll . However, this tension is also indicative of a widespread messiness in the region that has its roots d ...
came across these images online. in case you don't know the four fingers refers to Rabba mosque in Cairo where hundreds were killed in August. The hand sign is widely interpreted to support the Muslim Brotherhood and the legitimacy of the ousted President Morsi.
Dr , Rageh Darrdiri left to South Africa to represent President Morsi in the memorial of Mandela , President Morsi was invited to attend the memorial as the legitimate president of Egypt .
Breaking News: Egypt appeals court frees seven young female supporters of ousted President Morsi over their protest in October.
Lawyers in Egypt have filed criminal terrorist charges with the International Criminal Courts (ICC) against Obama. The charges filed in the ICC are said to be in addition to charges filed in Egyptian courts against him and his brother, Malik Obama. Malik Obama has become a person of interest in the case against ousted and disgraced ex-President Morsi. WND reports, that allegedly Malik managed funds for a terrorist organization based in Sudan. President Obama is charged with "crimes against humanity" and for supporting the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Egypt. The trial for Morsi is scheduled to begin in Jan. 2014. Morsi faces charges of supporting the MB in their violent acts against the Egyptian people. Those who suffered the worse violence are Egyptian Coptic Christians. WND says, "President Obama is likely to be a subject in Morsi’s criminal trial because of evidence the Obama administration used the U.S. Embassy in Cairo to provide direct financial support to key Muslim Brotherhood political operatives, ...
Lawyers of President Mohamed Morsi were denied access to him today. President Morsi was kidnapped by the military since July 03.
Erdogan says that Turkey has no respect for any official in Egypt that came to power through a military coup. Turkey is one of many contries that still see President Morsi as the legitimate leader of Egypt. Coup leaders in Egypt have downgraded their strategic ties with Turkey yesterday. They accused Turkey of going against the will of the Egyptian people while Turkey insists that the Muslim Brotherhood won elections fair and square. Many that are against the coup in Egypt have welcomed Erdogans statements calling on other countries to follow. Coup leaders are accused of war crimes and human rights organizations all over the world have condemned their actions. Since the military coup over 1500 Egyptians have been killed by military and police forces according to the Egyptian health ministry. The Muslim Brotherhood puts the number at over 6000 killed. Egyptian coup leaders have also closed off major rally points in Egypt fearing demonstrations and have cutt off all opposing media views. Martial law was als ...
Military coup in Egypt, unfair trials in BahrainThe military coup in Egypt has shocked those who aspire for democratic change in the Arab world and bring the Arab Spring to fruition. While accepting that the Muslim Brotherhood and President Morsi may have gradually become incumbent, other constitutional means, than the military takeover, must have been utilized to achieve political change within the constitutional framework. The military has always been linked to absence of rule of law and the marginalization of people’s participation in running their own affairs. While acknowledging the shortcomings of the elected regime, the military junta has been at the core of Egypt’s problems in the past five decades and cannot be allowed to replace the role of the Constitution. The Muslim Brotherhood have clearly been unable to form a strong leadership, create trust among the people or take real and strong action when needed.But that does not give the right to stage the coup against the elected president. This ...
Despite President being in the defendant's dock, the Military Coup, interim government and the judiciary are on t…
I am still Egypts President, Morsi tells court:
before Egyptian Consulate in Istanbul in protest of so-called trial of elected president
V disturbing stat -- an overwhelming majority of Egyptian Muslims (88%) say apostasy should be punishable by death: http:/…
The sham trial of President Morsi exposing the hypocrisy of UN and US in failing to take action on the illegal Military Coup in Egypt
Breaking News: Morsi defiant as trial adjourned
Whenever anyone on the radio talks about former Egyptian president Morsi I think they're talking about the former singe…
Deposed Egyptian President Morsi Faces Trial - The trial is Mr. Morsi’s first public appearance since his...
The actions of Egyptian journalists at the sham trial of President Morsi is shameful indeed. and his generals should be on trial
The "trial" of President Morsi is a sham and it is shameful for the international media to fail to admit the Military Coup in Egypt
The Human Rights Foundation calls for release of all political prisoners in Egypt including President Morsi
Many Egyptian journalists allowed inside trial of Ex-President Morsi chanted repeatedly for his execution
Lawyers: More than 2/3 of President Morsi's legal team have been denied access to court room to monitor its session
President might be in a Cairo Court but it is General Sisi & his cronies who are really on trial after the militar…
Morsi is Right! Egyptian Army is doomed to learn hard lessons the tough way. "I’m still president: Morsi to court
President Morsi waves sign inside courtroom, galvanizes movement by his steadfast & unwavering resolve
Overwhelming majority of Egyptian Muslims (88%), say converting away from Islam should be punishable by death
In Egypt, ex-President Morsi calls his trial illegitimate
Skimm for November 4th Quote of the day: “I am Dr. Mohammed Morsi, the president of the republic. I am Egypt’s legitimate president.”–Egypt’s ousted President Morsi began his trial today, charged with inciting murder of protesters. It didn’t go so well. Things the White House Thought About This Weekend The Shooting at LAX THE STORY: On Friday, a 23-year-old man arrived at a Los Angeles International Airport terminal, without a ticket, and went on a shooting rampage. One TSA officer was killed, two other agents and at least one civilian were injured. The gunman reportedly told police he acted alone. THE WHAT: The gunman walked into the airport, pulled out a rifle and fired at TSA agent Gerardo Hernandez. He went up an escalator, saw Hernandez still moving, and came back to kill him. He then fired his way through the screening area, reportedly asking people if they were with TSA. The gunman was shot by police and is in custody at a hospital. A note found in his duffel bag reportedly contained su ...
A Cairo court has adjourned the trial of ousted President Morsi over refusing his prison uniform and the defendants' chanting "Down with the military rule". Morsi and 14 others face charges of inciting the killing of protesters in clashes.
Breaking: US drone, Avenger, Predator C, penetrated the Egyptian skies through the borders with Libya, days ago. Its mission was not only spying on Egypt, but also striking and exploding certain targets, including the place where former President Morsi was kept, in addition to some other targets like the High Dan, Suez Canal, Egyptian Air Forces and some Embassies in Egypt. Egyptian Air Forces succeeded in tracking the drone and forced it to land in the Western Desert of Egypt. That is the real reason for the sudden visit of John Kerry for Egypt and the sudden radical change in his opinions. Kerry who refused to visit Egypt for 4 months, since the toppling of Morsi, in July 3rd, and continued to call June 30th Revolution a military coup, suddenly admitted yesterday,one day before the trial of Morsi, that June 30th is a revolution, that Morsi was a traitor and that brotherhood are terrorists. US-Israel used the same drone to strike some targets in Sudan, a year ago.
Egypt's former president Mohamed Morsi plans to reject the authority of a court due to try him on Monday, in what could be his first public appearance since being deposed and hidden in a secret location in July. The trial is expected to increase Egypt's political tensions, with Morsi supporters planning a series of nationwide protests and police announcing a state of alert. Security fears are so high that on Sunday court officials had not yet confirmed whether the trial would be televised, or even whether the ex-president would be allowed to attend in person. Morsi stands accused of inciting the murder of protesters demonstrating outside Cairo's presidential palace last December, charges also faced by 14 other senior officials from the Muslim Brotherhood. Morsi, who still regards himself as Egypt's legal president, plans to defend himself because he believes engaging a lawyer would be an indirect acknowledgment of the court's authority. "Neither us nor President Morsi acknowledges the legitimacy of this t ...
Secretary of State John Kerry goes to Egypt on Sunday, his first visit since President Morsi was deposed by Egyptian Army
Very bizarre report: Jailed and ousted president Morsi says "the military coup is ending soon" in message to son
president Morsi & now they are promoting for Sisi to be president they r a toys in his hands l'm against all what he says
Since the overthrow of Islamist President by the army on July 3, more than 2,000 members of the have been arrested.
A prediction of mass chaos on the day of the prosecution of ousted president Morsi.
Egyptian kung fu artist is 'stripped of gold medal' for support of overthrown Muslim Brotherhood president, Morsi
I don't think that is the former president Morsi. It's
Security forces disperse students protesting in support of deposed President Morsi near campus of Al-Azhar University.
An Egyptian athlete has been banned by Gov't for showng support to former president
Has authorities gone too far by 'banning an athlete for showing support to ex-president Q&A with of
Egyptian champion stripped of gold medal after showing support for ousted President
Egypt's kung fu champion sent home from world championships "for showing support for ousted President Morsi"
Anti Coup Alliance: No lawyers will be defending president Morsi because the president does not recognize the trial htt…
Report: and president of spoke on phone, met with leader
Supporters of Egypt's former president Morsi say he rejects authority of court that's due to try him
Why are you deceiving people Elder of Ziyon? Democratically Elected Egyptian president MORSI was ousted by the Military.
Egyptian police have fired teargas at protesters supporting deposed president Morsi who converged on the city of
El Hadad is a terrorist, just like his president Morsi. They are all a sick fanatic ***
Egypt’s deposed president Morsi will not negotiate -
Aga City Prosecutor in Daqahliyah, orders the detention of Hoda Algendy pending investigation for possession of President Morsi Photo
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Egypt's military presses President Morsi to resign - A source close to Dr Ahmed Abdel Atti, the office...
Statement from President Morsi's family- “The president will not retreat, or negotiate or accept compromises especially after all the martyrs, the wounded, the arrested and missing,” his family said in a statement carried on the Muslim Brotherhood’s website. “No matter how much they try to keep him away, the president will not retreat from a return to the democratic path, even if his soul is the price of this democratic path,” the family said in a statement to mark the Muslim feast of Eid al-Adha.
president Morsi personally appointed Abdnasser Salama as editor of El Ahram because of history of article bashing Copts,he shines on
Fmr President Morsi's family says he's not willing to negotiate.
tea party treat as president Morsi, they want an Smerican to arrest Obama
A judge has extended by 30 days the detention of former President .The cause for the extension was an ongoing investigation
ian ousted president Morsi remanded in custody over jailbreak charges . Criminalizing 25th of January. Mena 13 october
Before McCain + other politicians talk more BS about how nice ex-president Morsi of was,read:
Former Egyptian president Morsi to be detained for further 30 days pending investigations into his escape from prison during 2011
Do you remember me? - [[MORE]] - Do you remember me? (Former president Morsi in a red suit used for...
If the former president Morsi is not guilty he should organize his party and take his share in the new government as in Jordan and Kwate.
You're only young once, but you can be immature forever, Egyptian President Morsi Now Egypt is in the spo
President Morsi"Which was the 1st plague to befall Egypt_?
Israel was behind the coup that toppled egyptian president
-Egypt to try ex-President Morsi for inciting murder
People in Egypt are still protesting & demonstrating for the restoration of legitimate and legal govt of President Morsi. Democracy at risk.
revenge attacks against Coptic Christians after a deadly crackdown on supporters of ousted Islamist president Morsi .
Q&A: The trial of Egypt's ousted President Morsi (from
President Poster with sign hanging on the gate of Alquba Presidential Palace.
On Nov. 4, will have 2 ex-presidents on trial at the same time. "Court Sets Trial Date for Ex-President Morsi" http:/…
President Obama must cut off the entire $3 billion in annual aid to Egypt until they reinstate the democratically elected President Morsi
"An Egyptian rally in against the on president
Police fire tear gas to break up clashes between opponents, supporters of ousted President Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt -
Books with the image of ousted President Morsi are seen scattered inside the burnt headquarters of Muslim...
My dear president Morsi:. u werent a leader to egypt only u were a leader to the whole muslim ummah. and u still r.
An Egyptian rally in against the on president
Whatever happened to "Democracy" here? | Elected Egyptian President Morsi, ousted in a Coup, slated to stand trial |
what kind of relations between the appearance of these terror groups after Previous President Morsi ousted?
Egypt - Travel News - Police forces fire teargas throughout Alexandria in order to disperse supporters of ousted President Morsi
Gamble w-Fitch: Since ousting of President Morsi, Egypt has gotten significant assistance from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait & UAE
shame on sısı and hıs supporters! Coup is force coup is tyranny. Freedom for the selected president morsi
A productive meeting with Egypt's President Morsi in Cairo.
US confirms holding back financial and military aid to over crackdown on supporters of ex-President
After supporting President cutting 100s of millions in aid to after he's gone. h…
Egyptian military’s brutal repression of supporters of the ousted president, was not acceptable.
A piece on the role played by the and in ousting former president Morsi:
When All Else Falls, Remittances Rise: After the recent military ousting of president Morsi by the Egyptian mi...
Court in Egypt Sets Trial Date for Ex-President Morsi: The trial of Egypt’s ousted President Mohammed Morsi will begin on Nov. 4, aut...
50 killed in clashes between security forces & supporters of deposed President Morsi in
The signature of the gentleman you see here is having his birthday today. I see from his ABOUT page that he does not work for the Department of Interior any longer. He used to send many photos about the beauty of Egypt. At one point he hoped President Morsi would win the Nobel Prize. Like so many Egyptians he is quiet now. He likes to talk about his son.
MUST READ! . Saudi Arabia – THE PROTECTOR OF US INTERESTS IN THE MUSLIM WORLD. . Muhammad Mustafa Mustaan from Revolution Observer describes how since its inception, Saudi Arabia has always preserved US interests in the Muslim world economically and politically. Following the July 3 Egyptian coup and the brutal bloodshed of the Muslim population by its army, the emergence of several indicators have made it clear that Saudi Arabia was directly involved. Not only did they provide financial support to both the secularists protesting against President Morsi as well as the coup with billions of dollars, but they also endorsed the crackdown on protesters by the army and the judiciary; vowing to continue assistance even if the American $1.3b aid was to be interrupted. While much media speculation points to other issues, it has been historically known that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has and continues to provide numerous funds to controversial projects initiated by the US, supporting her hegemony across t ...
All activities and offshoots of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, whose members have been protesting former President Morsi's ouster since July, have been banned.
Egypt: Return to a generals' republic Many were delighted when the head of Egypt's Armed Forces, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, ousted President Morsi in July The last few weeks have seen violent scenes and several hundred deaths in Egypt following a crackdown on those protesting against the overthrow of democratically elected Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, by the powerful Egyptian military. That ousting was itself triggered by widespread protests against Mr Morsi's government, which had come to power following a period of military rule after Hosni Mubarak was forced out of office in 2011. In this look back at the history and legacy of military rule in Egypt, Middle East expert Dr Omar Ashour argues that the challenges facing the country following the Arab Spring go back to the era of President Nasser and before. Gamal Abdul Nasser was involved in Egypt's 1952 military coup and later seized the presidency "The coup leader - the hero Mohammed Naguib - gave an example of humility by refusing promotion t ...
le dictatorship. It is Israeli-occupied territory: The newest and largest province of ever-expanding Greater Israel. No wonder the Israeli ambassador called al-Sisi “a national hero for all Jews.” Al-Sisi’s uncle, Uri Sibagh (sometimes spelled as Sabbagh) served in the Jewish Defense League (Hamagein) from 1948 to 1950, made his aliyah to Israel, and became a bigwig in Ben Gurion’s political party, serving as the secretary of the Israeli Labor Party in Beersheba from 1968 to 1981. Uri’s sister – al-Sisi’s mother – presumably emigrated to Egypt on a mission from the Mossad. That mission culminated when the Mossad overthrew President Morsi and installed its agent al-Sisi in the coup d’état of July 3rd, 2013. The implication: Al-Sisi has been a lifelong Mossad agent. His mission: infiltrate the highest levels of power in an Arab Muslim country. Al-Sisi is today’s version of Elie Cohen, who infiltrated the highest levels of power in Syria under the name Kamal Amin Thabet before he was exp ...
I already know like everything there is to know about them, from Omar Al Banna to President Morsi, To Mullah Omar and the Mujahideen.
So some Egyptians believe that Obama, who's refused to call the coup against President Morsi a coup, is a Muslim Brotherhood pawn? Um, OK...
President Morsi Must back to power this's the only way to calm down people-judge CC ,his followers 2 save Egypt and West interests
only needs peace, UN must take an action and president Morsi should be free for elections.
"It was an American official, not an Egyptian one, who informed President Morsi’s staff of the finality of the coup decision"
President Morsi ignored their Constitution and gave himself special power to write or ignore laws. Why did Obama support him?
"Prosecutor orders ousted Egypt President Morsi's arrest over Hamas links". Do you remember this headline ?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but did the military force president Morsi out of office or am I wrong?
We support you president You are the legitimate president.
condemns violence & calls for the restoration of deposed president Morsi. I think irony committed suicide!
US Senator John McCain was absolutely right & truthful, when he said that the ouster of President Morsi of egypt was a (military) coup.
Am I the only one confused...What's a coup d'etat? apparently president military ouster wasn't
An Egyptian security force member kicks a wounded supporter of ousted President Morsi the clearing of a sit-in...
Anti-coup protests in Yemen, supporting the democratic legitimacy of President Morsi. Amazing scenes.
Can you believe the pledged $5 billion to after the overthrow of President Morsi!! Dirty doesnt even begin to describe it!
Hundreds march across cities in several countries in support of overthrown president Morsi
the brutal massacre that do military coup in the legitimacy of President Morsi supporters insulation |
URGENT: 4 reportedly killed and dozens injured in protests supporting president Morsi in
At least 60 people have been killed in officials say, as protesters loyal to the ousted President Morsi clashed with security forces
At least 60 people die in fresh violence in officials say, as protesters loyal to ousted President Morsi clash with security forces.
Hundreds of Pakistanis in a demonstration in solidarity with President Morsi
I just want this violence to stop in Egypt. I don't understand who is right. Muslim Brotherhood or President Morsi?
here is the West bank town of Hebron and it's a demonstration in support of ousted president !
Backers of ousted president pledged to stage daily demonstrations.
Backers of Egypt's overthrown president pledges to stage daily demonstrations - LIVE BLOG:
AJK JI, IJT held demo against Egypt massacre with call for restoration of democratically elected government of President Morsi
These guys are stuck in a dead end, cos even if ex-President Morsi returns the other group will start riot afresh
WATCH LIVE: Scenes from Cairo where disruption continues over deposed Egyptian President Morsi
Reuters: four people killed and many more injured in protests supporting deposed President Morsi in central Cairo square
spoke w/ abt Egypt crisis. IK Says that President Morsi should be reinstated as president.
One supporter of ousted President Morsi is seen with a firearm !!
Rashed notes, "The Suez Canal draft project, which President Morsi listed as a priority in his development plan,...
President Morsi's advisor Gehad al-Haddad tells the promise of democracy has turned into a full fledged police st…
WATCH Scenes from where disruption continues over deposed President
Bloody street battles in Cairo, Egypt as supporters of ousted President Morsi take part in a "Day of Rage". Listen: http:…
Live video: Watch live scenes from Cairo where violence continues -
Actor and activist Khalid Abdalla says that both the Egyptian military and the Muslim Brotherhood are "wrong" and "fundamentally fascist organisations". Known for his roles in The Kite Runner and United 93 Mr. Abdalla told the BBC's Mishal Husain he "rejected the binaries" being presented - the choice between the two organisations - saying the future solution had to be an inclusive one, with everyone represented. His interview was interrupted by bystanders, asking if he was part of the coalition group which called for the ousting of former President Morsi.
John McCain: The ousting of President Morsi was a "coup" and President Obama should have cut off aid to Egypt as a result.
Nobel peace prize winner from Yemen loses the plot comparing ousted President Morsi to Mandela
EU foreign policy chief Baroness Ashton has "in-depth" talks with Egypt's ousted President Morsi at unknown location http:…
TIME: An Egyptian court has accused deposed President Morsi of espionage,... via
King Abdullah II trip marks the first official visit by a head of state to since the ouster of former President Morsi.
Egyptian prosecutor to investigate former president morsi: .
The Egyptians reject the military coup that ousted the freely elected president Morsi.This has been evident today.
FM calls for freedom of movement for former President There should be no political persecution in
Let me know what episode of The Newsroom has Coldplay's "Fix You" playing over the overthrow of President Morsi in Egypt.
U.S. to Egypt: Ousted President Morsi must be freed
Azzam Tamimi. Egypt's who claimed Tahrir millions justified against elected president is...
Why go the conspiracy theory route when Morsi made a complete fool of himself in his power grab for Egypt.
U.S. joins Germany in calling for release of ousted Egyptian president -MM
Tens of thousands of Islamists march, demanding reinstatement of ousted Egyptian president -MM
"Egyptians don't love coup , Egyptians don't agree for military coup , Egyptians love Mr president Morsi
Egypt's army chief defends ousting President Morsi by
Egyptian military chief Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi defends decision to remove President Morsi in televised speech today
Jul13: Video President Morsi is being replaced? Cairo erupts in cheers after Egypt's military chief announces
President Morsi had a higher approval rating than the US Congress. Come to think of it, Ebola virus may too.
At least 34 people shot dead in as army raids sit-in by supporters of ousted President Morsi
Jul13: Video Adly Mansour, the chief justice is sworn in as interim president, gone?
Jul13: Video top judge is the new interim President. gone?
The Tagammu Party in Egypt has strongly condemned renewed attacks on Christians in several cities and provinces of the country following President Morsi's ousting. The party has highlighted that the Muslim Brotherhood has made attempts, in vain, to seize power by carrying out violence against peacef...
Egypt unrest: Brotherhood rejects Mansour poll decree The BBC's Rana Jawad: "President Morsi supporters ... are unlikely to be happy with any of the proposals" Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has rejected a timetable for new elections laid out by interim president Adly Mansour, saying it is illegitimate. President Mohammed Morsi was ousted by the army last week after mass protests. The Tamarod movement, which organised the protests, has said it was not consulted on the election plan and has asked to see Mr Mansour urgently. On Monday at least 51 people were killed outside a Cairo barracks where Mr Morsi's supporters say he is held. The Muslim Brotherhood - Egypt's main Islamist movement, which Mr Morsi belongs to - says its members were fired on at a sit-in for the ousted leader. The army says it responded to an armed provocation. Mr Morsi was Egypt's first freely elected president. His removal last Wednesday followed protests by tens of thousands of people who accused him of becoming increasingly authoritaria ...
July 9th news. President Morsi has been removed fromoffice. The people of Egypt, numbering in the millions, spent weeksgathering signatures and staging peaceful protests calling for theremoval of the President. This was quickly glossed over by most majormedia outlets as the Egyptian Military stepped up to support the willof the people. Now, American politicians have the tough task ofdetermining if the action in Egypt was a coup or a revolution. Thedifference carries distinct repercussions for the country. If it isdetermined to be a coup, then America would have no choice but to cutoff aid, as US law dictates that aid can not be sent to a countrythat has unlawfully deposed a leader. However this is a grey area, asSyria seems to be accorded a different set of rules. Most likelybecause we want a democracy there. To claim that what happened wasnot a peaceful removal of a man who abused his powers and wasattempting to set up a dictatorship, would be denying the fact thatpopular opinion in the country wanted Mo ...
Video on msnbc.com: Ezra Klein reports on the dangerous change in tone of protests in Egypt as supporters of deposed President Morsi clash with members of the Egyptian military that has taken control of the government.
After five days of giant protests demanding the resignation of President Morsi, the Egyptian Army toppled him and appointed the head of the Constitutional Court as interim president pending new elections.
Jul 8, 2013, 2:15 PM (IDT) Cairo clashes kill 51 Brotherhood supporters, and an Egyptian officer. Army set to defend oil pipeline, and Suez shipping. Egyptian soldiers today, July 8, shot and killed 51 Muslim Brotherhood supporters, injuring 322, at a sit-in for the reinstatement of deposed President Morsi at the Republican Guards Club in Cairo. The army, which lost an officer and seven wounded soldiers, said “armed terrorists” tried to storm the compound. Elsewhere, away from the limelight, the army prepares to secure the Sumed pipeline carrying Persian Gulf oil to the Mediterranean, and Suez Canal shipping, on intelligence of a Muslim Brotherhood clandestine unit conspiring with Sinai Salafists and Hamas are targeting them. Keep in mind our Nit'wit President is supporting the Muslim Brotherhoods' movement. If worse comes to worse and these targets get hit...it's time to fire this clown
Posted by Carmen Gindi: Safwat Hegazy, another top leader of the MB (Muslim Brotherhood) saying yesterday: "We are staying in Rabaa Adaweya Square eager to gain Martyrrdom and waiting for it on God's Path in this Square. President Morsi is either in the National Guard Headquarters or in the Ministry of Defence and we will get him out and there will be steps of Escalation nobody can imagine. There will be Major steps of Escalation I cannot reveal. President Morsi will come out and return to the Presidential Palace to be reinstalled as President, by Gods will."
The White House is rejecting calls to cut off aid to Egypt while the country transitions to a new government and will not label the ouster of the country’s former President Morsi at coup d’tet – at least for now. President Obama’s spokesman Jay Carney on Monday said administration officials “do not…
Fresh uprising erupts in Egypt as 51 loyalists of President Morsi are murdered Fifty-one loyalists of Egypt’s ousted president were killed Monday while demonstrating against last week’s military coup, triggering an Islamist uprising call and dashing the army’s hopes for an interim civilian administration. The Muslim Brotherhood, which has led demonstrations against Wednesday’s overthrow of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, said its supporters were “massacred” by troops and police during dawn prayers in Cairo. The military blamed “terrorists” while witnesses, including Brotherhood supporters at the scene, said the Armed Forces fired only warning shots and tear gas, and that “thugs” in civilian clothes carried out the shootings.Condemnation poured in, with Germany expressing “shock” at the violence, Turkey calling it an attack on “humanity” and Brotherhood backer Qatar urging “self-restraint” and “unity”.Jordan’s Muslim Brotherhood said it “clearly showed the truth ab ...
Spokesperson Jen Psaki was forced to backpedal on statements about Secretary of State John Kerry being on his yacht in Nantucket while President Morsi was remov
Democratically elected, Egyptian President Muhamman Morsi used his powers to undermine the democratic process: he declined to conduct elections for Parliament, "accorded" early retirement to 3,000 (non-Muslim Brotherhood) judges, and had the Constitution re-written to erode civil liberties. In the name of a revoluton he did not lead and whose fundamental values he rejects, he and his supporters now insist on legitimacy. The Opposition, promised to collect 15 million signatures calling for the president's resignation, nd garnered 22 million and re-established itself in Tahrir Sqaure. The army intervened to reduce the likelihood of bloodshed, and has sought to establish a civilian government in which various elements, including the Muslim Brotherhood, would participate. This monring, a miliaty compound in which deposed President Morsi is reportedly being held, was surrounded by Brotherhood supporters and , according to reports, attacked the compound with small fire arms. The army respponded as an army would ...
President Obama and important inner circle leaders had hoped to install the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and throughout other parts of North Africa and the Middle East. Issues related to enforced dhimmitude on Coptic Christians, the future rights of women, mainstream Islam, secular Egypt and a whole array of countless different thought patterns all faced a grim future. Even Saudi Arabia, a close ally of America, was watching events uneasily because the tentacles of the Muslim Brotherhood and their real objectives remain masked in uncertainty. The billions of dollars from the Obama administration to the Muslim Brotherhood led President Morsi (Mursi) which was a continuation of past economic policies under Hosni Mubarak -- without the Islamist angle -- meant that vast numbers of Egyptians couldn't trust Morsi or Obama. Now the Obama administration is threatening to withhold military assistance to Egypt by dancing around formalities which can be bypassed with ease if desired. After all, shipping military weap ...
EGYPT'S MILITARY COUP BEGS THE QUESTION-"WILL ERDOGAN BE NEXT" THE JEWISH PRESS July 5, 2013 "It had been one of the warmest relations between Middle Eastern leaders: Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi. Last year, Turkey pledged $2 billion in aid to Egypt whose economy, so dependent on tourism, had been battered by increasing – and realistic – fears of violence and protests. This past spring, news stories had been floated that Morsi was going to accompany Erdoğan on a trip the Turkish leader has planned to make to Gaza. And last September, Morsi attended Erdoğan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) congress in Ankara. And then the Egyptian people, many millions strong, rejected their president’s many, rapid moves towards the rigid Islamization of their country, and the military removed President Morsi from power in the Egyptian people’s July 3 Revolution. And as a loyal good friend, Erdoğan is now sticking up for his fellow Middle Eastern l ...
What next for Muslim Brotherhood after removal of President Morsi?
Thousands of people have now gathered in front of the White House to call on President Obama to support the democratic revolution in Egypt. They are asking for: 1) A complete break with the Muslim Brotherhood and no further U.S. assistance to the Islamic fundamentalists. 2) Reject any isolation of the new interim government. 3) Recall U.S. Ambassador Anne Patterson, and appoint a new Ambassador who fully opposes Islamic Jihad and the Brotherhood, and supports human rights. Many protest signs are critical of CNN and al-Jazeera's Soledad O'Brien for being "Muslim Brotherhood mouthpieces." They are also holding up signs reading "Obama supports terrorism" and pictures of U.S. Ambassador Anne Patterson with an "X" mark. In Cairo's Tahrir Square tonight, many of the young Egyptians whom Obama tried to reach out to in his landmark 2009 speech now view him as a hypocrite. They want to know why America failed to speak out when former President Morsi tried to implement Sharia Law, rig the elections, deny rights to ...
BREAKING NEWS!! "Obama" demands "Sisi" (Head of the Egyptian Army ) to hand over a sale document of Sinai agreement in return for recognizing new regime!! The U.S. Congress demanded that President Obama retrieves the amount of $ 8 billion paid to Muslim Brotherhood leaders El Shater & Badea, this was a deal agreed to deliver 40% of the area of Egypt for Palestinians belonging to Hamas members. Now that all traitors are out of power, Mr Obama is in big trouble for not completing the transaction and this is the critical position Obama is in, which raised the ire of members of Congress in their session yesterday. The document agreed and signed by both the puppet (AKA President Morsi) and isolated deputy leader Khairat Al-Shater and Presidential Adviser on Foreign Affairs, Essam El-Haddad. Our Armed Forces succeeded in obtaining the document and impounded in preparation for the disclosed after investigations, and will be investigated openly.
The massive political protests going on in Egypt right now are sobering; an estimated 17 million people are in the streets calling for the resignation of President Morsi, taking part in what the BBC is calling the largest political protest in world history. In a completely unsurprising move, Preside...
Egypt Revolution Re-defines Democracy “Our candidate, President Morsi, was democratically elected and therefore within the operation of the democratic process, he must be allowed to complete his full term”. This statement emerged from several pro-Morsi supporters in the hours and days following his being ousted by the Egyptian military. Months of civic unrest characterized the popular Egypt uprising that began on January 2011 in Egypt in which Egyptians demanded the overthrow of the regime of Egyptian President Mubarak. Grievances were focused on legal and political issues including police brutality, state of emergency laws, lack of free elections and freedom of speech, corruption and economic issues including high unemployment, food price inflation and low wages. Mubarak was forced to step down and via a democratic process in which President Morsi won by 52% of votes, a new regime was re-instated with the primary aim of restoring the rights of the people and restoring the economy in an all-incl ...
by Scott Creighton This ends the debate as to what this color revolution really was. They offered President Morsi the opportunity to stay on as a kind of figurehead puppet, but he had to give up co...
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday Egypt risked slipping into civil war following the military overthrow of President Morsi.
The West has fully backed the ouster of President Morsi in a coup, the Muslim Brotherhood says.
The Protest Movement in Egypt: “Dictators” do not Dictate, They Obey Orders Egypt is currently at a dangerous crossroads which could evolve towards a civil war. It is important to understand Washington’s role, which is carried out by the Pentagon and US intelligence. While the Armed Forces have cracked down on the Muslim Brotherhood, the Coup d’Etat is ultimately intended to manipulate the protest movement and prevent the accession of a “real people’s government”. The overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi by the Egyptian Armed Forces was not carried out against US interests, it was instigated to ensure “continuity” on behalf of Washington. Defense Minister General Abdul Fatah Al-Sisi who was behind the Coup d’Etat directed against President Morsi was in permanent liaison by telephone with US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel from the very outset of the protest movement. Press reports confirm that he consulted him several times in the days leading up to the Coup d’Etat. It is highly unlike ...
Egyptian Army had no choice over move to topple Morsi, says Tony Blair Alternative to military intervention was a country in chaos, says former prime minister TOPSHOTS An Egyptian supporter of the Mu An Egyptian supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood walks holding a poster of Egypt's deposed president, Mohamed Morsi. Photograph: Mahmud Hams/AFP Toby Helm and Martin Chulov Tony Blair says the Egyptian Army had no alternative but to oust President Morsi from power, given the strength of opposition on the streets. The military were confronted, writes Blair in the Observer, with the simple choice of intervening or allowing chaos. The former prime minister's comments come as Egypt faces prolonged civil conflict after the removal from power of Morsi, who came to office with 51% of the popular vote at the country's first democratic presidential election, held last year. As the Middle East envoy representing the US, Russia, the EU and UN, Blair's intervention will be seen as provocative among the region's Muslim pop ...
Dear Respected Brothers and Sisters Ladies and Gentleman, Greetings and Assalaamu alaikum. What has happened in Egypt in the past couple of days is truly shocking – to say the least. A country that was moving in the right direction towards democracy - and ultimately - stability, has been forcibly pushed off the rails. Irrelevant to what President Morsi stood for; or what political party he is part of; the fact that there are opposition leaders in the country, who are ready to topple a democratically elected President and appoint another is truly surprising and tragic. [In Britain, this is similar to Ed Miliband (Leader of the Labour Party) organising a protest to overthrow David Cameron and his coalition government!] What further adds to the unscrupulous nature of this coup, is that there are equal or more protesters who are in support of President Morsi; and the democratic process. Based on this, the Muslim Association of Britain has issued a press release (see below); and is supporting the call by the ...
THE WORLD WE LIVE IN Egyptian Army ACTED WITH PRECISION July 6, 2013 • 10:18AM U.S. intelligence and military contacts, along with a senior advisor to the Israeli Defense Force, have presented a very coherent picture of the events in Egypt leading into the July 3 ouster of the Morsi government. There was a degree of communication between the Pentagon and the Egyptian military command prior to, during and after the Army's ouster of President Morsi and his replacement by a civilian interim President. According to all of the sources, the key to the entire process was the massive turnout of anti-Morsi demonstrators on Sunday, June 30. The unofficial U.S. intelligence estimate is that more than 8 million Egyptians turned out for rallies around the country, demanding Morsi's removal. Once the massive, peaceful demonstrations took place (the turnout was 3-4 times larger than the biggest demonstrations leading to President Mubarak's resignation in early 2011), there were essentially three possible outcomes. Fir ...
Found this in a post on CNN's wall in regards to Egypt, maybe this will give people a better understanding of why America needs to wake up: To the American People, Let me first introduce myself. I am an Egyptian, one of the 33 million who spent 5 days on the streets of Egypt cheering the former President Morsi to step down because he was not fulfilling his oath, an oath he took one year ago. Let me explain in clear points why we made that decision; why he was no longer fit to remain The President of Egypt: 1- Dr Morsy did not abide by the constitution he swore to follow. 2- Dr Morsy broke the law, which he swore to follow. 3- Dr Morsi ignored the demands of the Egyptians and only listened to the “Brother Hood”. 4- Dr Morsi gave pardon and acquitted prisoners who were given life sentences for murder and trafficking. There are many more reasons but I have listed the most important. We stood in the Streets of all Egypt, demanding that he changes his policies and that he abides by the oath he took. Within ...
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