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Egypt to Expose Obama

Now Egypt looks to ‘expose’ Obama 

Strategy may include embarrassing White House 

Published: 1 day ago

author-image Jerome R. Corsi About | Email | Archive

Jerome R. Corsi, a Harvard Ph.D., is a WND senior staff reporter. He has authored many books, including No. 1 N.Y. Times best-sellers “The Obama Nation” and “Unfit for Command.” Corsi’s latest book is the forthcoming “What Went Wrong?: The Inside Story of the GOP Debacle of 2012 … And How It Can Be Avoided Next Time.

The evidence is mounting that the military government currently ruling Egypt has decided to embarrass the Obama administration as part of a strategy to suppress Muslim Brotherhood activity in Egypt.

Last week, WND reported that Tehani al-Gebali, the vice president of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt, gave a speech and participated in an interview broadcast on Egyptian television that identified Malik Obama, the Kenyan half-brother of President Obama, as “a major architect” managing investments for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

In the speech, Gebali said she would like “open files” to expose nations like the United States that are resisting the current military-controlled government of Egypt by continuing to support “terrorist” groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood.

“The Egyptian people are astounded,” wrote Coptic Egyptian author Michael Armanious in an article titled “Egyptians Bewildered Over Support for the Muslim Brotherhood,” published by the Gatestone Institute International Policy Council . “They simply do not understand the Obama Administration’s efforts to bring the Muslim Brotherhood back to power.

Armanious puzzled over why the Obama administration supported the Muslim Brotherhood when the result of the “Arab Spring” was to oust Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and elect Muslim Brotherhood-backed Mohamed Morsi as president June 30, 2012.

“In an effort to make some sense of the Obama Administration’s policies, Amr Adeeb, a prominent Egyptian commentator, argues that the U.S. is helping the Muslim Brotherhood to achieve power, in order to turn Egypt into a magnet for jihadist fighters,” Armanious continued. “The goal, Adeeb states, is to turn Egypt into another Syria or Afghanistan and discredit Islamism as a viable political movement.

Armanious argued the theory helped explain why the Obama administration has continued to side with the Muslim Brotherhood.

“To Westerners, this may seem like a bizarre conspiracy theory, but for Egyptians it helps explain why the U.S. government is supporting an organization that has openly declared jihad against the West, engaged in threats of war with Israel and Ethiopia, demolished dozens of ancient historic churches, set hospitals on fire, and murdered Christians in the streets. The Muslim Brotherhood has no respect for the rule of law, but the Obama Administration treats the Egyptian military that removed the group from power as a threat to democracy itself.

Armanious charged that Morsi and his supporters utilized undemocratic measures to gain and hold onto power, citing as proof of his claim that on the day of Morsi’s election as president, the Muslim Brotherhood stopped thousands of Coptic Christians from voting.

Armanious wrote:

Morsi also straightforwardly stated that he was recreating an Islamic “Caliphate.” He pardoned and freed hard-line Islamists – including Anwar Sadat’s killers – and allowed them to have an Islamic political party, contrary to the constitution, which bans religious parties. When Morsi spoke to audiences, hard-line Islamists sat in the front row, demonstrating that these people were his political base.

To buttress the support of this base, Morsi released members of Gamaa al-Islamiyya, founded by the “Blind Sheikh,” Omar Abdel-Rahman, who attempted the first World Trade Center attack. This group, considered a terrorist organization by the United States, killed over 60 tourists in Luxor in 1997. That history did not stop Morsi from appointing one of its members governor of Luxor, over the objection of local residents who are dependent on tourism for their livelihood. Nor did it stop him from assigning another member of this group as Minister of Culture. With these decisions, Morsi delivered a final blow to Egypt’s tourism industry.

Concluding his article, Armonious noted many Egyptians are asking: “Why is the U.S. Administration siding with the forces of oppression in their country and assisting with its transformation into a failed state under the leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood?

Egypt cracks down on Muslim Brotherhood

Last week in Cairo, the government arrested Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Ahmad Aref along with some 75 executive members of the group, according to Egypt’s interior ministry.

“Mohamed El-Beltagy, a Muslim Brotherhood leader, was targeted in several provinces, but security forces failed to arrest him,” said sources in Egypt’s judiciary, speaking to the Arabic-language newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat on the condition of anonymity .

Sources told Asharq Al-Awsat that the steps come within the framework of the security services’ efforts to pursue the Brotherhood’s executive leaders and organizational offices, as well members who had arrest warrants issued against them.

The English-language Daily News in Cairo independently reported last week that security forces in Egypt arrested a number of senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood in a campaign of arrests that followed the dispersal of sit-ins at Rabaa Al-Adaweya and Nehda Square.

The Daily Times further reported Muslim Brotherhood lawyer Ali Kamal accused supporters of the change of power that unseated Morsi as seeking to “settle accounts” by arresting the supreme guide of the group, Mohamed Badie, and other senior members.

“It is well-known that all the charges brought against the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood and … the Freedom and Justice Party … are implausible fabricated charges with no legally acceptable evidence,” he said on the group’s website.

Prominent supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood Safwat Hegazy was arrested early Wednesday morning near Marsa Matrouh. The Ministry of Interior said it apprehended Hegazy, who had changed his appearance, as he attempted to cross into Libya through Egypt’s western border.

According to the Daily Times report, Safwat Hegazy was accused of inciting violence and killing.

The campaign the Egyptian government is waging against the Muslim Brotherhood appears to be effective.

Reuters reported that mass protests called by the Muslim Brotherhood for last Friday failed to materialize as the movement “reeled from a bloody army crackdown on followers of ousted President Mohamed Morsi.

Troops and police had taken what Reuters called “low-key security measures” before the “Friends of Martyrs” processions that the Muslim Brotherhood had planned to launch from 28 mosques in the capital after weekly prayers.

But midday prayers were canceled last Friday at some Cairo mosques. and there were few signs of major demonstrations unfolding in the city.



Comments on: "Egypt to Expose Obama" (23)

  1. Great info, Pepperhawk. Will come back when I have time to review links.

    So do you think there will be much media attention to this? I believe not.


  2. IHOPE,,,, IHOPE,,, IHOPE~!~!
    ANYthing to force Congress to act on this individual’s blatant disregard for the Law of the Land, and the Honor of the Constitution~!


  3. Per this article, the Egyptian people are astounded over ovomit’s support to the muslim brotherhood. Well they probably don’t have a clue he is muslim. This puke would love to bring our country down and I feel his motivation is twofold; one, to protect his brotherhood and second, he will stop at nothing, even if it means starting a war that could impact our country in any way, he will to do it.


  4. That wonderful guy,Obama. Pissing off BOTH sides in the Egyptian struggle. Looks as if Egypt MAY figure out what WE already know. This asshole, and his cabal of clownish cretins, have ZERO clue about what they are doing. Paying jizya to Egypt, while supporting the M.B. Pure genius. Some way to earn that “respect at home and abroad”, like their stupid assed bumper sticker slogan was. Good post,Pepp.


    • He’s a Traitor, but I think there are still many that do not believe he is. You know…”Us dummies just don’t understand him!”


  5. Wow, great article, Pepp, It seems the people are getting the direct message about Obastid. Heaven knows what they hear from the rat Kerry. Well, he won’t be welcomed to Cairo to speak any time soon.

    His brother is running investments (can’t think of a word for it) That is outrageous. You can’t make this stuff up. Obama is up to his neck, so what does he do, prepare to move on Syria. So we aren’t the only ones wise to his MoBro ties.


    • Bull,

      Sorry to get back to you so late but been so busy.

      Thx about the article but it was Jerome Corsi’s. No I don’t think the King or the ratface Kerry will be speaking anywhere in Egypt any further. They are very done with him. Great try right of “repairing our relations? Ha, make me laugh. The egotistical jerk!

      Right, he wants to get Assad to install his MB friends there. Well, I figure it will turn out the very same way as Egypt, another relation ruined by his feckless crapola.


      • Yea I knew it was but I wouldn’t have seen it but for you posting. I guess we really have to watch Valerie Jarrett now even more. I doubt she wants us attacking Syria.


        • Bull,

          Somebody has a screw loose up there and I think they all do. Valerie must be running a lot of stuff up there and she thinks they can all get out of it with the threats they make on people.


  6. Gar Swaffar said:

    Ali Said Bari Obama has a Grand Caliphate Plan perhaps?
    Corsi is one incredibly astute gentleman. I interviewed him for an article a couple years ago, and he has all the data he speaks of on tap immediately, no need for notes apparently, just speaking about that which he was so passionate about.


    • Gar,

      Sorry to you too about getting back to you this late. Yep, I think he is installing the Caliphate wherever he can incuding this country. Corsi is great and how did you get an interview with him? Tell me more about that one!

      I talked to him a couple times on FB chat but no real interview. We talked about all the people who just wouldn’t accept the Fraud as a fraud. It was interesting and he is a very nice man.


      • Gar Swaffar said:

        He is a most interesting person and a true gentleman indeed. I was writing an article on his book, “The Obama Nation”, and I just called and spoke to his publicist/manager. The appointment was set up and I was able to spend about half an hour discussing the book and Dr. Corsi’s thoughts on Obama.
        It was 2 1/2 years ago, but the article link is here: http://digitaljournal.com/article/303009


        • Gar,

          I agree with you what an interesting person Corsi is. Oh, so you wrote an article about his Ombanation. I’ll have to read that article. I’ve been on the run all week long and not getting back here. I also agree he is quite a gentleman.


  7. willibeaux said:

    Mrs. Pepper’awk and Gos’awk! Thanks a bunch for this post.I hope Corsie has a badd @zz body guard. He don’t pull no punches.

    ‘oohRah!! 😉


    • Willibeaux, I’m sure Corsi has body guards. He knows too much.

      And no he doesn’t pull any punches. He’s been on top of this stuff all the time.


  8. Not to go anywhere weird, Pepperhawk and Goshawk, but with this Syria strike stuff floating around and seeing how Israel is preparing, I wonder what Purplegimp would be thinking right now. Sure miss her perspective on things.


    • Mrs. Al,

      I have a good idea what Purplegimp would have to say about this but I couldn’t repeat it. For one thing she hated somebody in the WH, the next thing is she knew too much about what was really going on but couldn’t speak about it. She was very close to Bibi Netanyahu.


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