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"Morsi’s rule was a game, little more, in fact, no more than the selling of a totalitarian regime built on suppression of freedom of thought and expression and the careful grooming of extremism and slavish adherence to what had been intended to be a highly secretive plot, one so complex, so convoluted that discovery was impossible."
Dr. Moncif Elmarzooki, President of Tunisia is correct when he stated in an interview in Asharq Al-Awsat (23/12/2013) and I rephrase, that the Arab Spring was not about Sharia or about ethnicity, sectarianism and nationalism, it has every thing to do with liberty, civil rights, freedoms, end of a police state and freedom from economic deprivations, corruption and dysfunctional state, decent life with full rights of citizenship.
"The diminishment of the national pride/consciousness is a very grave sign/sin of an evolving and looming (religious) extremism in the Arab-Israeli conflict"
"When you say the plane hit the tower like a knife in butter, then you are insulting us." -Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi
President Mohamed Morsy "unwrote" the bastardized constitution and fired Field Marshall Hussain Tantawi, plus the commanders of the Navy, Air Force and Air Defense services.
“There was something huge brewing up, which Mrs. Clinton was not informed with, awaiting her arrival”
“Israeli defense forces have called up reserves and Egypt second field army is on high alert”
“A 15-minute-documentary that revisits the Egyptian uprising, and explores the arduous road to democracy and the daunting challenges that await the country after the upcoming presidential elections.”
Nothing can stop this global revolution for it is already too big to fail and most certainly too strong to cave under the military repression of any country or state. The people have tasted the water of freedom but it has not quenched their thirst ~ they want to drink directly from that well.
“The toppling and the trial of Mubarak has altered scenarios that were already underway and hindered plans for the Middle East that were in the making under the auspices of ardent Zionists in Washington, Cairo and Tel Aviv.”
“the latest Israeli threats to the Palestinian coalition government have enraged the Arab peoples and they are totally unacceptable. And he added that the Egyptian military council is to officially open Rafah, border crossing point, with Gaza on permanent basis in the coming few days to alleviate the suffering of the besieged Palestinians living in Gaza”
But Before the Arab spring come to an end, Could we interpret those Arab uprisings as historical moments of enlightenment? Moreover, could we detect any possible signs of attempt to separate the mosque from the state in the Arab world? Or is it the dawn of the political Islam in the Arab world?
The Arab uprisings have opened all the hidden doors and secret chambers in the Middle East only to find inside not Osama Bin Laden nor WMD but decades of frustrations and broken dreams, looted Arab fortunes, terrorizing police states, Ghettos and ethnic cleansing in Gaza, governments with terrorist strategies mistaken for moderate regimes and traitorous west backed-dictators in power who won’t allow a chance for a democratic civil society in the Arab world nor stand up against Israel in its aggression and humiliation to the Palestinians Arabs and its daily grab of the Arabic land
New insights into the latest bombing attacks on the Alexandria church which took place on the New Year Eve and killed 23 and wounded more than 90 innocent people are suggesting that the police apparatus of Mubarak has been covertly involved in the orchestrating of this hideous terrorist attack which at the time smelled like another Mossad operation carried out to serve Israeli interests which in a way it did.
An interview with Noam Chomsky about what the struggle means for the future of imperialist, U.S. foreign policy in the region.
“The only people in Egypt who are committed to peace are the people in Mubarak’s inner circle, and if the next president is not...
It's incredible, really. The president of the United States can't bring himself to talk about democracy in the Middle East. He can dance around it, use euphemisms, throw out words like "freedom" and "tolerance" and "non-violent" and especially "reform," but he can't say the one word that really matters: democracy. How did this happen?
What is occuring in Egypt is nothing short of a template for all future revolutions against the ruling elites in the region Protesters have accomplished a quantum leap...
"The terrorist attack was highly planned and professionally executed and the culprits seemed to have worked out a thoroughly detailed operation but they missed out on one vital detail, namely the culture and traditions of Egyptians"
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