This was never an ARAB spring, it was Islamic revival and Domination = Annihilation of NON MULSIMS

Coptic group calls for protest against proposed constitutional changes

Maspero Copts United calls for demonstrations against recent proposals by Salafist parties that would make Islamic Law 'sole source' of legislation in Egypt's next constitution

Ekram Ibrahim

Amid ongoing negotiations over Egypt's new constitution, Maspero Copts United – a Coptic-Christian revolutionary movement – announced its rejection of recent proposals to make Islamic Law "the sole source" of Egyptian legislation.

Obama’s New Islamic World Order

Assad El-Epty

Three years after Obama appeared in Cairo to praise Islam, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with Mohammed Morsi, the country’s new Islamist president, and urged the army to turn over power to him. In three years Egypt had gone from a stabilizing influence and a regional ally to a blossoming Sunni Iran. If Egypt’s transformation had been an isolated incident, it would still have been a foreign policy disaster, but it was actually part of a chain of such transformations with Islamists coming to power in Tunisia, Islamist thugs sweeping across Mali to enforce Sharia law and the Muslim Brotherhood emerging as the dominant force in Syria’s rebel council and likely transitional government under the auspices of Turkey’s AKP Islamist rulers.

Al-Azhar University, which Obama described in his Cairo speech as “a beacon of Islamic learning,” is part of the mechanism by which Coptic Christian women and girls are kidnapped, raped and forced into Islam. It was also this “beacon of Islamic learning” that Dr. Muhammad, the head of its Department of Islamic Preaching and Culture, declared that Jews are the source of all evil.

 

This is the beacon of the new Islamic world order that Obama’s disastrous pandering enabled. But it began even earlier.
Obama’s first visit outside the hemisphere, after a few obligatory European summits, was to Turkey where he addressed a parliament dominated by Islamists. When Obama arrived in Istanbul, the AKP was working to eliminate Turkish secularism and replace it with its own brand of Islamism. Its attack on the Turkish Constitution was still controversial and many Turkish patriots continued to speak out against it.

 

Joel Brinkley: In Egypt, Morsi's silence speaks volumes

 

Mohammed Morsi has been Egypt's president for less than a month, and already senior clerics in his country and around the Islamic world are loudly calling for the demolition of the pyramids, Egypt's most important tourist attraction and among the Seven Wonders of the World.

Saudi Sheik Ali bin Said al-Rabi'i called them heinous "symbols of paganism." In recent days, similar calls have been echoing through Egypt and the region, including one from a Bahraini sheik who urged Morsi to "destroy the pyramids and accomplish what the Amr bin al-As could not." He was referring to the Prophet Muhammad's companion who conquered Egypt in the seventh century but didn't have the technological wherewithal to accomplish the task.

 

النرجسية

بقلم مدحت قلادة

النرجسية تعني حب الذات نسبة إلي أسطورة يونانية ورد فيها أن ناريس أو نرجس كان آية في الجمال، فعشق ذاته عندما رأي وجهه في الماء.. أول من استخدم تعبير النرجسية هو المحلل النفسي «سيجموند فرويد» والنرجسية لها أشكال متعددة، فهناك شخص نرجسي بسبب مظهره الخارجي وآخر لثقافته ودرجته العلمية أو بسبب حسبه ونسبه، وكل هؤلاء لا يشكلون خطرا علي المجتمع بل الخطر الحقيقي يكمن في النرجسية الدينية.

فالصفة الأساسية للشخص النرجسي هي عشقه لنفسه لدرجة يتضاءل أمامه الآخرون، فيري أنه الأذكي والأجمل والأفضل، ومن هذا المنطلق تجده يسخّر الآخرين لأغراضه وأهدافه بلا قيد أو رادع، وهو لا يحتمل النقد ولا يريد سوي سماع كلمات المدح والإعجاب من الآخرين.

Gatestone Institute 

Political Islam Threat to Diversity?

by Tarek Heggy

 

There are those who claim that the Islamization of Egyptian society reflects "the will of the people." But history teaches us that the "will of the people" is not always beneficial.

Egyptian identity, like so many others, made up of several layers, begins in Ancient Egypt, a civilization that flourished for nearly thirty centuries. Further layers derive from the Coptic Age, when Egypt in its entirety was an Eastern Christian society. Then there are countless layers from the Islamic and Arabic-speaking Egypt.

There are still more layers deriving from modern Egypt, the founder of which, Mohamed Ali, ruled from 1805 to 1848, and whose kingdom continued for over a century after his death.

Thoughts on the Muslim Mind

by Tarek Heggy


This mental, intellectual and cultural stagnation represents not only a danger for humanity, but for the Muslims themselves, in that, among other limiting features, it places them and their societies in a state of enmity, even war, with the rest of humanity.

Forty years ago, one of the subjects offered for a Masters degree in law was Islamic Jurisprudence -- a massive, purely human endeavour, whose founder, the Grand Imam Abu Hanifa al-No'man, defined it as the science of extracting practical rulings from legal proofs.

The subject extended beyond the four established legal schools – the Hanafite, Malakite, Shafi'i, and Hanbalite – and even beyond the legal schools founded by other Sunni sects that have since fallen into oblivion -- and into the realm of Shiite jurisprudence. The school of Muslim theology I admired most was the Mu'tazalites and their offshoots -- especially the ideas of Ghilan Al-Demeshky, who challenged the doctrine of predestination on the grounds that it denies man's responsibility for his deeds, good and bad, and which led me to ask a number of nagging questions.

The Obama Flirtation with the Muslim Brotherhood. 

Written by Tarek Heggy

Sunday, 15 July 2012

 

 

 

Dear Secretary H. Clinton ... I am aware that you know very little about Islam, the history of Muslim people, Islamic Jurisprudence, Political Islam, the literature and march of the Muslim Brotherhood, Wahhabism and the (impossible to be changed) agenda of Egypt's MBs.
http://bachmann.house.gov/uploadedfiles/ig_letter_odni.pdf
I also know that your boss (like yourself) knows very very little about all the domains that I just quoted. You (and your country) shall not bear the consequences of a policy that have been worked out by those who know very little about these Islam related subjects.

 

 

 

Woman, two children beheaded in Afghanistan honor killing

 

Muslims commit 91 percent of honor killings worldwide. A manual of Islamic law certified as a reliable guide to Sunni orthodoxy by Al-Azhar University, the most respected authority in Sunni Islam, says that "retaliation is obligatory against anyone who kills a human being purely intentionally and without right." However, "not subject to retaliation" is "a father or mother (or their fathers or mothers) for killing their offspring, or offspring's offspring." ('Umdat al-Salik o1.1-2). In other words, someone who kills his child incurs no legal penalty under Islamic law.

 

 

Egyptian women worry about rights under new Islamist president

CAIRO — As fireworks lit the sky after Egypt elected its first Islamist president last month, Nadeen Gamil, who had endured years of sexual harassment, knew that the battle for women’s rights had taken an ominous turn.

While thousands celebrated in Tahrir Square, the epicenter of Egypt’s revolution, women were intimidated and rhetoric intensified that President Mohamed Morsi’s victory would herald an increase in piousness and hijabs: “Tomorrow, Morsi will cover you all up, your days are over.”

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Mursi faces challenge to bring Egypt's Copts on side

Coptic Christians celebrate Easter Coptic Christians make up a sizeable minority in Egypt

One of the toughest challenges that will face Egypt's new President, Mohammed Mursi, will be relations with the country's Coptic Christian community.

In the presidential run-off election, Copts, who make up about 10% of the population, voted overwhelmingly for Mr Mursi's rival, former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq, motivated by concerns about having an Islamist as head of state.

 

Analysis: The Game

 

In a few hours, and after a week of wait, we will finally get the presidential results. There are two presidential candidates that are so close in terms of votes that it makes half of the country hostile to whomever is coming. The two dueling camps both now have their own spots for massive protests, after having the Shafiq supporters move their protest spot to Nasr City. The imagery on TV, presenting the dueling protests, were something that occupied the entire night capturing in live video imagery how divided this country is at the moment. The situation in Egypt has turned hilariously complex, to the point that if you detach yourself completely from the fight, You will be able to see the fascinating design that’s taking shape, and what the very near future holds for us.

 موقع صدى البلد الإخبارى
قيادي سابق بالجماعة: "الإخوان" قدموا لأمريكا ضمانات بالحفاظ على مصالحها

الدكتور ثروت الخرباوي
كتب:محمود إمام نوفل
أكد الدكتور ثروت الخرباوي القيادي السابق بجماعة الإخوان المسلمين، أن الإدارة الأمريكية تبحث عن مصالحها الخاصة في المنطقة، مشيرا إلى أن مساندتها لجماعة الإخوان المسلمين أمر طبيعي، لسيطرتها على المشهد السياسي في مصر منذ إندلاع ثورة 25 يناير ورحيل الرئيس السابق حسني مبارك عن السلطة.

وقال الخرباوي في تصريح لـ"
صدى البلد"، إن جماعة الاخوان قدمت ضمانات قوية للادارة الأمريكية بالحفاظ على مصالحها، إلى جانب رغبتها في أن يكون الرئيس الجديد للبلاد يتمتع بقاعدة جماهيرية عريضة.

وأشار القيادي الإخواني السابق إلى أن
الولايات المتحدة كانت على صلة قوية بجماعة الإخوان المسلمين قبل إندلاع الثورة بخمس سنوات، مضيفا: لا تستطيع الادارة العسكرية، أن تمنح أمريكا وإسرائيل مايريدانه.

   

USA Collaboration with Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood

 

Protested In Germany

 

 

Egyptian Dr. Seti Shenouda Guendi Opposes US Alliance

with the Terrorist Group in a Letter to President Obama

Delivered Nov. 18, 2011 to the American Consulate in Düsseldorf

 

 

Mr. President Barak Hussein Obama

US Consulate

Willi-Becker-Alle 7

Düsseldorf, Germany

 

Millions of Egyptians are very disturbed by the recent news of secretive communications between the United States and the militant Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Organization aiming to help MB’s conspiracy to rule Egypt.

 

 

On June 30, 2011 US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton disclosed the existence of such talks (the French News Agency; same date). MB spokesman Mr. Mahmoud Ghozlan immediately issued a confirmation welcoming the talks and acknowledging they had been going on for years. During that period the MB had categorically and repeatedly denied any deliberations with the US.

 

US Department of State spokesman Mr. Mark Toner announced on July 1, 2011 that his government would continue the secret dialogue with the MB. It had started in 2006.

Gatestone Institute 

Egypt: Islamists vs. Copts

An Animosity That Seeks Any Excuse to Attack

by Raymond Ibrahim

If Egypt's government does go Islamist—and early presidential election results indicate it will— millions of powerless Christians will be seen as troublesome and unwelcome infidels, not just by "extremists," but by the government as well: the first step to genocide.

As Egypt's presidential elections come to a close, with the Brotherhood claiming presidential victory, the future for Egypt's indigenous Christians, the Copts, looks bleak.

Earlier, after the first presidential elections of May 23-24, any number of Islamists denounced them, bemoaning that it was the Copts who were responsible for the secularist candidate Ahmed Shafiq's good showing.

 

Egyptian women fear fewer rights, more harassment after elections

As Egyptian run-off presidential elections approach, fears are mounting over the protection and rights of women amid prevalent sexual harassment and political repression. Egyptians fear returning to the female oppression of a distant past.

The run-off elections are to be held on June 16th between Ahmed Shafik, the last Prime Minister under ousted President Hosni Mubarak, and Mohamed Morsi, Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party.

The Freedom and Justice party holds a majority in parliament, and is known for its conservative Islamic values. These include having women work from the home as a good wife and mother and dress in the traditional headscarf. A Muslim Brotherhood ideal would be for Egypt to be under Sharia law, but they say they will not implement it unless the people of Egypt want it.

Women say they would be better off under the rule of Mubarak since rights are being taken away, such as the right to divorce, instead of being more given. Parliament is also discussing proposals to reduce the marriage age for a girl to 14 and a custody law that will give children over eight to fathers.

       

The Conservative Paperss

Pakistan as Arab Spring Template

The term Pakistan was coined in 1933 by Indian Muslim student Choudhury Rahmat Ali while studying at Cambridge. In Now or Never he argued that India’s Muslim minority needed their own homeland to be safe from Hindu majority tyranny:

“The ideals which move our thirty million brethren-in-faith living in these provinces to make the highest sacrifices are fundamentally different from those which inspire the Hindus. These differences are not confined to the broad basic principles – far from it. They extend to the minutest details of our lives. We do not inter-dine; we do not inter-marry. Our national customs, calendars, even our diet and dress are different.”Choudhary Rahmat Ali

 

 

 

Egypt to pick Islamist or military man as president

Christians and secular liberals anxious about personal freedoms - and the fate of Egypt's vital tourist industry - will fret about a promised Brotherhood push for Islamic law

CAIRO (Reuters): Egyptians must choose between a Muslim Brother or an ex-military man in a presidential run-off that highlights the stark rifts in a nation united in euphoria when Hosni Mubarak fell 15 months ago, first-round results indicated on Friday.

With most votes counted, the Muslim Brotherhood said its candidate Mohamed Mursi had topped this week's polls and would compete in next month's second round with former air force chief Ahmed Shafiq, who served as Mubarak's last prime minister.

Let the sane of Saudi Arabia unite

By

Tarek Heggy

A little over two hundred and fifty years ago, in 1744 to be precise, an alliance was forged between Mohamed ibn-Saud and Mohamed ibn-Abdul Wahab, whereby the former agreed to rule according to the doctrine preached by the latter. A succinct statement made by Mohamed ibn-Abdul Wahab shortly after the deal was struck expresses the essence of his doctrine, which is known as Wahhabism: “Blood, blood, destruction, destruction.” These four simple words summarize what was and what continues to be the message of Wahhabism. The partnership between the two men led to the first incarnation of the Saudi-Wahhabi state. Anyone who, like me, has read the nineteen books written by Mohamed ibn-Abdul Wahab will realize that he belongs more to the realm of proselytism than to that of Islamic jurisprudence. The first Saudi state lasted from 1744 until 1819, when Ibrahim Pasha, Mohamed Ali's eldest son, led a military expedition which destroyed the state, razed its capital, Al-Dir'iyah, to the ground and captured its prince, Abdullah ibn-Saud, sending him first to Cairo then on to the capital of the Ottoman state where he was executed.

The Historical Responsibility of the Silent Majority


By Tarek Heggy

I have no doubt that the shape, nature, essence and direction of Egypt's political future will be determined by the silent majority. That is, of course, only if they adopt an active role and participate in all the forthcoming elections [starting with the People's Assembly, followed by the Shura Council, then the referendum on the new Constitution and, finally, the presidential elections]. This scenario will place Egypt on the road to progress, stability and prosperity. If, on the other hand, the silent majority stay away from the polls, Egypt will find itself slipping back into Middle Ages mode, all hope of progress and prosperity destroyed by apathy. What I call the silent majority is made up of most moderates [those who do not mix politics with religion], leftist groups, Nasserites and non-Muslims. I believe that most of those who belong to the silent majority did not vote in the referendum held on March 19, 2011, leaving the way clear for the “yes” voters. And, as we have seen in the period following the fall of Hosni Mubarak [who caused more harm to Egypt and its people than any other ruler in the country's history] the Islamists – who voted yes in the March 19 referendum – never shy away from going to the polls. Discipline, dedication and obedience are qualities they possess in abundance so that when their leaders direct them to take part in any election or referendum they comply without hesitation. The point I am trying to make here is that most of those who abstained from voting on March 19, 2011 [26 million Egyptians] would have said no if they had bothered to go to the polls. Most are proponents of a civil state which observes a clear separation between politics and religion and in which the relationship between the state and the people is based on citizenship regardless of any other consideration, religious or otherwise.

Where is the Evidence, Gentlemen?


By Tarek Heggy

 

In Part Three of his book, In the Aftermath of the Egyptian Revolution of 1919 , under the heading “A Paroxysm of Bloodshed and Terrorism”, the noted Egyptian historian Abdul Rahman al-Rafi'i wrote: “Contributing to the dramatic rise in the murder and crime rate was the adoption by terrorist elements in the society of the Moslem Brothers of militant violent political action as a means of overthrowing the political order. There is no doubt that the aim of these elements was the seizure of power by the Society. It is equally clear from the statements made by Hassan el-Banna, the Supreme Guide of the Society of the Moslem Brothers, that he believed he would one day reach power.”


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