The totalitarian dictatorship of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have pledged together a total sum of $8 billion to Egypt after the military coup by the Egyptian army to overthrow the President Mohamed Morsi as head of the North African country.
According to the sources of the Egyptian army, several supporters of the ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and, thus, probably members of the Muslim Brotherhood, have seized two soldiers of the Egyptian military in the capital, Cairo.
According to reports, although it sounds more like rumours, the Egyptian Army Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is said to have the plan to imprison not only some hundred members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, but to imprison thousands of members of the Muslim Brotherhood in so-called detention centres [Continue reading…]
Some members of the Muslim Brotherhood and, thus, supporters of the ousted Egyptian Islamist president Mohamed Morsi have stormed a police station in the Egyptian governorate of Giza according to the Egyptian media, while the protests are still continued in Egypt and it seems that the clashes between supporters and [Continue reading…]
While the Egyptian Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of the Egyptian army seems to be convinced that the situation in Egypt and especially in the capital Cairo is “stable”, many people were injured in the clashes today.
While the Egyptian Army has deployed several tanks outside the presidential palace in the Egyptian capital Cairo in front of upcoming demonstrations in support of the ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, the membership of Egypt in the African Union was suspended finally – due to the successful actions and the [Continue reading…]
Did the Pentagon give the “Green Light”. “Hagel and Dempsey were walking a fine line … expressing concern whileattempting to avoid the impression that the U.S. was manipulating events behind the scenes.” (Military.com, July 3, 2013) The protest movement is directed against the US and its proxy Muslim Brotherhood regime.