Syrian Minister: Muslim Brotherhood’s Regime in Egypt is Dead

Egypt - It could be so beautiful..
Egypt - It could be so beautiful..

The Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoabi, said today that the so-called model of the Muslim Brotherhood, which is ruling Egypt as a proxy leadership for foreign powers, has failed in Egypt and looking at all the thousands of Egyptians who have again taken on the streets in order to protest against the MB-Pharao / President Mohammad Mursi (Morsi) it seems clear as the sky on a sunny Syrian day that the Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoabi, is correct when he says that the model of the Muslim Brotherhood failed in Egypt.

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The Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoabi, made this statement today at a press conference, which took place in the Syrian capital Damascus. The press conference was broadcasted by the Syrian state television and the Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoabi, made some further statements about Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood there.

The Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoabi, said today, beside his statement that the model of the Muslim Brotherhood has clearly failed in Egypt, that the Muslim Brotherhood is also incapable of running the state in Egypt.

His original statement about the comeback of the huge protests in Cairo was the following:

“It is clear the Muslim Brotherhood is incapable… of running the state in Egypt. Their model has failed for ever. (…) The Muslim Brotherhood’s regime in Egypt is dead, but the death certificate has not yet been published.” (Syrian Information Minister Omran al-Zoabi)

Of course, there is no doubt about the correctness of this statement by the Syrian minister in the capital Damascus. According to sources in the Egyptian capital Cairo, there are now even more people who are protesting against the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt and against the so-called Egyptian President Mohammad Mursi (Morsi) than in the days of the so-called “Arab Spring” and its protests in Cairo against the regime of Mubarak.

The days of Mubarak were not only safer and more secure for the people in Egypt, but also the capital was, at least, a bit more clean – and there were less sexual assaults on women in the streets of Cairo.

Omran al-Zoabi
Omran Zo’bi Syrian minister of information in Moscow

The Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoabi, also made a comment about the Turkish dictator Erdogan today in this press conference in Damascus. The Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoabi, said about the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, that the Turkish ruling party, the so-called Justice and Development Party (JDP / AKP),to which Erdogan belongs, has “set a bad example in running the state” Turkey and this seems correct.

Supporting terrorists, religious fanatics and other strangers while hosting them on the own soil near the border to Syria in order to send them into Syria so that they can create chaos and carry out massacres and bloodshed within the neighboring country – this cannot be a good idea for a long time. At least, it seems that more and more Turkish people wake up and see behind the dark and evil curtains of Erdogan`s dictatorship, fakery and the sponsoring of terrorism against neighboring countries and even against civilians.

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2 Comments

  1. THAT IS A GREAT NEWS. THE JERKS WANTED TO KILL & DESTRIY THE SYRIAN ARAB ARMY, BUT IT ENDED ON THE BASTARD WAHHABIS (THE EGYPTIAN BROTHERHOOD) THEM SELVES WITH THE WESTERN & THE ARAB ZOINISTS. WHAT A SHAME.

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