Does this look like peaceful demonstrations in Cairo? This is the MB way.
I watch with interest as Egypt fights it way to take their country back toward democracy. It is not a pretty scene and it is one being littered with the blood of its people. The enemies of freedom, like the Muslim Brotherhood, are the worst type of cowards because they hide behind the skirts of their woman and the blankets of their children. They don’t hesitate to draw fire toward them if it will help them with public opinion when they try to make the government look bad.
What is astonishing to me is how many governments, particular the U.S, fall prey to these evil actions and call out for the Egyptian government and military to retreat and re-instate the dictate Morsi. What is wrong with our Leadership?
The U.S foreign policy has been wrong for many years not just under this President. To many times the pol;icy is being shaped by career politicians many of them young who don’t have any real world experience. When I hear State Department types say they could work better with the West and Israel hating Muslim Brother Hood then Assad or other secular leaders then we are in trouble. The MB purpose is to return to a society who controls and abuses their woman and kills anyone or other religion who disagrees with them. Seems like real nice people to work with.
Here is the latest from Reporter on the ground in Cairo.
More than 100 people were killed in clashes across the country that erupted Wednesday when Egyptian security forces cleared out thousands of people at sit-ins who were demanding the return of ousted president Mohammed Morsi.
“All the people are afraid,” said taxi driver Korolos Gad, whipping his car through the empty streets and pointing out the military tanks that deployed in the city. But “After a while, things will be fine.” After the Muslim Brotherhood and its radical agenda to rule Egypt is crushed.
The sit-ins were also more fortified than any previous protest camps, likely making it more difficult for security to break them up and creating a landscape that could lead to more casualties, Hassan said. The Rabaa camp was protected by several sets of walls made from pavement stones and piles of sandbags, which also secured the perimeter of the Nahda sit-in. Does this sound like a peaceful demonstration which had it been none of this would of happened.
Brotherhood loyalists torched a church in the Upper Egyptian city of Sohag and set fire to police vehicles in Assuit. (Very Peaceful) In Suez, they blocked a road by setting car tires on fire, the state news agency said. Police stations across the country were attacked, and in Fayoum, Morsi supporters set fire to a Christian youth center, local press reports said.
The camp outside the Rabaa Al-Adawiya mosque in Cairo’s Nasr City. The Interior Ministry, which is in charge said Bearded men could be seen handcuffed and sitting along sidewalks not far from the larger protest. The police, said live fire came from the camp when security moved in to clear it out. Note the police were only using tear gas and the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist provoked the violence so innocent woman and children would be caught in the cross fire for them to be able to blame police.
Until next time stay informed and Be Safe.