Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie arrested by Egyptian security forces. The security forces in the Egyptian capital Cairo have arrested a high-ranking leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in the district of Nasr City in the northeast of Cairo. The Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie was arrested by the Egyptian security forces in Nasr City, Cairo.
The internal political crisis in Egypt is a reflection of the schism in Egyptian society. On 14 August, Egypt’s political forces and army special forces, in accordance with an order given by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Prosecutor General, cleared protest camps and barricades in Cairo in front of the mosque on Rabaa al-Adawiya square, Nahda square in [Continue reading…]
Egypt: The West removed Morsi and incites a civil war. The current events in Egypt and the reaction of the West on the brutality precede of the Egyptian military against the population shows again the double standards of America and Europe. In Syria, the protests against the government were reportedly crushed by force two years ago.
President Obama’s pallid audio address this morning from Martha’s Vineyard made it sound as though he regarded the events in Egypt as a rude imposition on his vacation. Instead of enunciating a firm and clear policy, he moved from banality to platitude before veering off-course with a disquisition about the struggles America had before it came a full democracy.
American Senators McCain and Graham deceive again about Egypt. The both American Senators, Lindsey Graham and John McCain, who is already famous for his partly silly statements about foreign countries, have urged the leaders of the Egyptian military in the capital Cairo to act immediately in order to prevent a civil war in the North African country while it is [Continue reading…]
Muslim Brotherhood vs. formerly backers in Washington. U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, has in principle (at least subtly) confirmed, that Washington was involved in the military coup against the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi by the Egyptian army. In addition to the totalitarian dictatorship in Saudi Arabia, of course.
Riyadh and Washington support military overthrow in Egypt. After it became clear that the totalitarian dictatorship of Saudi Arabia has backed the military overthrow of the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, it seems now that also the U.S. administration in Washington supports the recent acts of the Egyptian army within the North African country against the not-so-moderate Muslim Brotherhood.
Egyptian Media: At least 120 Egyptians killed on Friday. According to the Egyptian media, at least 120 people were killed in the recent clashes between pro-Morsi and pro-Military supporters in Egypt after the Friday prayers yesterday. In addition, it is reported by the Egyptian media that over 1,000 other people were injured in the nationwide protests and clashes of supporters [Continue reading…]