Friday, July 05, 2013

Obama’s Fellow Muslim Jihadist Taken Down

Obama’s Fellow Muslim Jihadist Taken Down
Is this what ‘we need to do’ in America in order to return to the Free Republic we once had?  Would millions of us protesting on the National Mall get the same result as the Christian Coptic’s did in Egypt?  I don’t think so; remember over the past five years Obama has placed many Muslim terrorist in strategic positions in the US military.  Something Morsi hasn’t had the time or neglected to do. 

By de Andréa
July 5, 2013

Watch it on the BBC: On July 3 2013 ousted President Mohammed Morsi was reportedly being held at an undisclosed location Wednesday night, hours after the military toppled him and suspended the constitution.

Obama said “I am deeply concerned” well of course he is this is a big setback for his plans for the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists Jihadist to take over the Middle East and finally the world.  Oh well…he still has Libya, Tanzania, Turkey and maybe Syria and Jordan, and don’t forget about the U.S. Oh that’s right, he said America is no longer a Christian Nation it is already a Muslim State.  Change, change, change.

Ahmed Aref, a spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood party, told Reuters both Morsi and an aide were being held but he didn’t know their location.  A security official said they were at a military intelligence facility.

In announcing Morsi’s ouster earlier in the day, Egypt’s top military commander said he had been replaced by the chief justice of the constitutional court as an interim head of state.

In addition, Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi (don’t you just love those names, el Sissi) said the country's constitution has been temporarily suspended and new elections would be held.

At least 14 people were killed in clashes between Morsi's supporters and opponents following the announcement, Reuters said, citing the state news agency MENA.
Eight of the dead were reported to be in the northern city of Marsa Matrouh, with three killed and at least 50 wounded in Alexandria.  Another three were killed in the southern city of Minya.

In Washington, President Obama issued a statement Wednesday night saying the administration was "deeply concerned" by the decision to remove Morsi and urged the military to avoid "any arbitrary arrests" of the president and his supporters.
Obama also said in light of Morsi's ouster he had "directed the relevant departments and agencies to review the implications under U.S. law for our assistance to the government of Egypt."

The state-run newspaper Al-Ahram said arrest warrants were being issued for 300 members of the Brotherhood.  At the same time, a security official in Cairo said the head of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood political party and the organization's deputy chief had been arrested, reportedly in connection with an escape from prison in 2011.

A U.S. official said nonessential diplomats and embassy families had been ordered to leave Egypt amid the unrest. The State Department issued a warning urging U.S. citizens in the country to leave.

In appointing Adli Mansour the new interim leader, el-Sissi (I love it) also said a government of technocrats would be formed with "full powers" to run the country.  He did not specify how long the transition period would last or when new elections might be held.

Before el-Sissi's address, Egyptian troops, including commandos in full combat gear, were deployed across much of Cairo, including at key facilities, on bridges over the Nile River and at major intersections.

Witnesses told Reuters that the army erected barbed wire and barriers around Morsi's work compound, and moved in vehicles and troops to prevent supporters from getting to his palace.

A travel ban was put on Morsi and the head of his Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammed Badie, as well as Badie's deputy Khairat el-Shater, officials told the AP.

Millions were in the main squares of major cities nationwide, demanding Morsi's removal, in the fourth day of the biggest anti-government rallies the country has seen, surpassing even those in the uprising that ousted against his autocratic predecessor Hosni Mubarak.  Critics say Morsi set the nation on a path toward Islamic rule.  Many critics also say that Obama is setting America on a path to Islamic rule.  I just can’t help wondering if there is a connection.

Khaled Daoud, spokesman of the main opposition National Salvation Front, which pro-reform leader Mohamed ElBaradei leads, said that ElBaradei, Sheik Ahmed el-Tayeb, grand imam of Al-Azharmosque, and Pope Tawadros II, patriarch of Egypt's Coptic Christian minority, were part of the Wednesday meetings with military leaders.

Morsi accused Mubarak loyalists of exploiting the wave of protests to topple his regime to thwart democracy.  (Trust me there is no democracy in the Brotherhood.)
On Tuesday, clashes in Cairo and elsewhere in the country left at least 23 people dead, most in a single incident near the main Cairo University campus. The latest deaths take to 39 the number of people killed since Sunday in violence between opponents and supporters of Morsi, who took office in June last year as Egypt's first elected leader.

THE BOTTOM LINE: At the U.S. State Department media briefing Wednesday, spokeswoman Jen Psaki restated the administration's priority on the democratic process.  "It's never been about one individual," she told reporters.  "It's been about hearing and allowing the voices of the Egyptian people to be heard."

Pentagon Spokesman George Little said there has been no change in terms of the U.S. military pre-positioning assets in and around Egypt in the event they are called upon to assist the U.S. embassy evacuation in Cairo.

The Question is…what is Obama going to do about this horrific set back in the domination of the Muslim Brotherhood supremacists in the Middle East?  Aw shucks, and with everything going so well toward that goal in the rest of the region as well as in North Africa

Oh well…just a bump in the road Obama…

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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