Wednesday, November 28, 2012

This is what I call Incitement for terrorism

I want the whole world to see this in order to see the real allies of President Morsi that he favoured over those that supported him for the sake of the revolution and the progress of Egypt.
This is Abdullah Badr , the infamous Sheikh who got a huge hidden unhealthy crush on actress Elham Shahin to the level of distributing fake pornographic photos for her in front of the courts in public "In violation of Islamic teachings. Abdullah Badr wants to use the mosques as a media machine in order to promote for the support of Morsi and his decisions against Tahrir square. Now As he got tips that regime remnants will have spies inside the mosques that will allegedly stand in front of his plans , he says that he got boys in the mosques that will arrest those men and tie them on trees !!!!

I do not know if I am naive to wonder where the ministry of interior and the ministry of Al Awakaf from these dangerous threats. This is clear incitement. 
It is true that in several mosques , some Sheikhs are promoting for Muslim brotherhood's policies and are attacking their political opponents ever in the Friday's sermons.  Some prayers refuse this religious blackmail especially from revolutionary youth and attack the Sheikhs telling them to stick to the religion. They are not Mubarak's regime remnants.
It is sad irony that Mubarak used the Islamists as bogeyman to scare people from democracy , now the Islamists use Mubarak and his regime as bogeyman to justify their practices.
Of course I should also focus that Badr said this on Al Hafez channel that mobilizes its viewers to support President Morsi so he will not be shaken in front of Tahrir protest.
This is a clear indication that mosques will be employed for the Muslim brotherhood, I think the Islamists will play this card in order to promote for their sick constitution they want to pass. 
The game will be as follows : Ok guys you do not want this constitutional declaration , just approve the Constitution. The Islamists will play with the religion game in country side as usual just like the constitutional declaration of March 2011.
The Constituent assembly will finish the draft constitution by Wednesday night and tomorrow its members will vote for it. The assembly will present the final draft to Morsi on Saturday I think so he would hold a referendum in the matter of two weeks !! It is worth to mention that the supreme constitutional court will issue its decree regarding the constituent assembly by December 2,2012. Many people expect that the court will disband the assembly thus it is better now to finish the bloody constitution now. 

16 comments:

  1. but don't they need the judges to go through will a referendum?

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  2. Welcome to the Islamic republic of Egypt!!!! Unfortunately, you're naive when you thought the MB and Morsi are better then Shafik, I did, in a past post, warn you of this, I'm amazed on how you also mention that the mosques will promote the MB now, wake up for goodness sake, they have been doing that for the longest time, and will continue to do so forever weather they're in power or not. Until people rebel against the Friday's Khotba's that do not stick to relegion only then nothing will change. My prayers are with the poor Egyptian people, they never think for themselves from hundreds of years ago.

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  3. I don't know what country you come from Anon 2. I am British. I live in a system dominated and controlled by a criminal oligarchy of financial elites who are robbing my people no less than Mubarak robbed the Egyptians. They control our media no less than the media is controlled in Egypt. The West supports Morsi. The IMF calls him "Stability". The West does not give a toss for Democracy. And, unlike the Egyptians we are not yet prepared to fight for it. You are denigrating a brave people who rose up and deposed Power. Power has risen again and the struggle continues. But until you have contributed to a struggle that has achieved one tenth of what this people have achieved you would do better to keep your mouth shut. They are fighting in your front line I suspect.

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  4. @Roger,

    What do you know about Egypt and the Egyptian people? At least you people get to vote with the understanding of voting, your govt officials don't buy people's vote with money or a pound of suger and a container of oil. You guys get educated and understand democracy, here they get educated and hypnotized by a luny like the one above. I'm sorry but there is no comparing between the Brits and us. And I do understand your frustratations with the elits of your country, they're oprtunistics, they go after every opertunity while you wait for it to come to you. I suggest you get up and start working or do something with your life.

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    1. Nonsense. Effectively we have a One Party system. If voting changed anything they would make it illegal. We have no choice but to do what the Americans tell us to do and to be ruled by the international banking system based in America. Do you have American bases in your country? The way to change things is to get out on the street and rise up.It has taken me a long time to understand the nature of Power. Far from "starting working and doing something with my life" I have already done it. I am 70. I am flattered you think I am young. What keeps you young is believing in making change happen.

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    2. @Roger Yates: Drop dead already you silly old fool.

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    3. Sir, To the first half of your comment I say Balderdash! I am 83 and I still hope for a better world. Blaming America for the World's problems is unjustified.Unfortunately it is also endemic. Left wing socialistic propaganda that is easily accepted by the idealistic young. Still we have so many who want to come here and those who do thrive.

      I do agree that in the circumstances that prevailed in Egypt change could only come by revolution and I hope for the best but it will be a long hard struggle.. We Americans rose against the British and succeeded.Now we unfailingly come to your support whenever needed.

      Peace!

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    4. Get out of my country and stop destabilising the world with your endless wars and perhaps we may have some peace between us Dick. WWII was 70 years ago. You can't dine out on that forever. America will support Morsi, if the democratic forces in Egypt do not prevail, as it supported Mubarak. And arm him with the teargas and bullets being used on protesters now. Call Combined Systems Technology and lobby your elected representatives if you support revolution in Egypt. Your country is profiting out of their suffering. And mine. The difference is I don't defend it. Both our countries have a disgraceful record in the Middle East from the murder of Mosadec in Iran to Iraq. We ARE to blame. Wake up and smell the burning. This post is relevant to this article in this way: The West will support Islamist Fascism if it is in their interests, make no mistake about that. They do in Saudi Arabia do they not?

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    5. I'm Egyptian and completely agree with Roger. Morsi is the only one able to fix this mess left behind by Mubarak because he has enough support to do that, the opposition are not united in any way and never will be because after they leave Tahrir the all end up fighting again with EACH OTHER! At this critical stage Egypt needs Morsi, if it were not for the idiots who abstained and boycotted and used their brains for once they could have voted Abuel Fotouh, but they got what they deserved. No doubt the same idiots will boycott the referendum. They never learn. The USA is the biggest terrorist organisation in the world and the world is finally realising that.

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    6. You misunderstand me. I think the Opposition are right to try to force Morsi to abandon this attempt to seize dictatorial powers and to force a constitution through that does not respect the aspirations of the majority of Egyptians. However, there does appear to be a large proportion of the Egyptian people who favour some form of Islamic state. Morsi's primary duty, if he believes he rules all Egypt, is to harmonise these constituencies. Otherwise, I agree with you, a serious civil strife may emerge. Morsi was elected democratically, and I do not believe the Opposition should seek to depose him. But I do believe they should fight with everything they have to force a properly democratic Constitutional Assembly. You can live without a Constitution for a while you know. In my corner of this insane planet the country of Belgium lived without a government for years. By the way, I said up above that Mossadec was murdered. Just shows how much us "westerners" know about Middle Eastern history. He was imprisoned. What you say of the US (and my government in the UK) is true.

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  5. Well it looks like we have our choice then between a religious corrupt elite or the financial corrupt elite on a world scale. I had hoped that Morsi was considering rooting out the corruption from the past dictator but from what you say it doesn't appear that way. This is nothing more than a power grab and a shift to a religious government.

    To Zeinobia's defense she is only reporting on what's happening and is therefore very much a part of this.

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  6. Religion complicates matter. Countries in Europe, US, India have evolved democracies by avoiding religion. You can only have either Islam or Democracy and not both as both are incompatible. See the experiment of Pakistan and decide for yourself.

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  7. from what i understand morsi said his decree is temporary until the new consitution is made. he said this is because there are remnants of the regime that are holding back progress for democrasy. what is SO wrong in this? this decree happened after people on trial for killing protestors were aquitted. then he tried to fire the prosector general. he is bad for this? what is the president if he cant control the government. a puppet? i wonder why no one complained of the court ruling who let ppl get away with murder.

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    1. Egyptians finally found their voice and now they can't shut it up no matter hoiw stupid they sound now. Morsi should be supported but they are too stupid and a lot of these protesters are led by dual Egyptian American nationals! Just check out the bloggers who are dual national with America!! then you will get the picture clearer.

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  8. I dont agree anon. the real Islam is fair to people. its the bad men that twist it and change the rules to suit them. this is in any religion. there can be democracy and religion. it just cant be extremists. saudi arabia is islamic but the king makes his own rules and says its islam. that is the problem.

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  9. Saudi's wahabism is destroying true Islam

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