Egypt That You Don't Know
Zeinobia: As a big time kafir I feel turned off by anyone who invokes the name of a God, as Wael did, when he is giving an opinion about a profane subject and that is politicsit is time that Egyptians separate religion and politics and if Egyptians did not learn from this disaster called el-ikhwan then they will never learn Wael is and I'm sad to say a man of the past
Reading Revolution 2.0 gives a detailed account of Wael's effort as a prime catalyst for the Egyptian revolution. No one can dispute his role, intelligence and dedication for his country.The western media tried heavily to tempt, absorb and reward Wael with the aim of influencing him. The irony when Egyptians, instead of embracing him and counter-ballance the foreign pressure, denounce him as a man of the past. It is easy to write someone off. The challenge for building Egypt requires unity and coordination for all who are able to give, starting with Wael.
You wrote>It is easy to write someone off.No it is not but that does not mean that he did not do a good job back in 2011 >The challenge for building Egypt requires unity and coordination for all who are able to give, starting with Wael.Once he invoked God it means that he has no clue that the sacred (religion) and the profane (politics) shall never be combined and this is indeed the disaster called the MBSo why is he any different from el-ikhwan? you tell meReligion is a private matter and should not be part of the national and political discourse now do you get it?
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