I told ya so. I warned of this back in January when the January 25th revolution was all the rage among the media, Islamic apol0gists, and anti-America and anti-Jew haters.
Who can forget how those leftwng asshats and genocidal cheerleaders for the Muslim Brotherhood cheered on the "Arab Spring." It was eerily similar to the cheers of so many when Hitler came to power in 1933. Speaking of which, there are further ominous developments from President Fail and his catastrophic foreign policy.
Even the utterly corrupt left enemedia is admitting that Obama was behind the ascent of the Muslim Brotherhood early in his presidency (something I have written about since early 2009, and meticulously documented in my book, The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War on America).
The Muslim Brotherhood actually originated as a response, an attack on "moderate" voices in Islam that emerged in the post-Ottoman era of Ataturk in Turkey. The idea of co-existence with non-Muslims and separation of mosque and state had no theological leg to stand on under pure Islam, authentic Islam (Osama Bin Laden, Mullah Omar, Anwar Awlaki, the Muslim Brotherhood). They are right -- there is no moderate Islam. The Brotherhood's founder, al-Banna, was a devout admirer of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime.
Well done, O.
Egypt’s Islamist-dominated parliament calls for the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador from Cairo. By Elad Benari First Publish: 3/13/2012
Egypt’s Islamist-dominated parliament on Monday called for the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador from Cairo and the recall of Egypt’s envoy to the Jewish state.
According to a report in AFP, which cited the Egyptian MENA news agency, the parliament unanimously approved a text prepared by the Arab affairs committee of the People’s Assembly calling for “the expulsion from Egypt of the Israeli ambassador and the recall of Egypt’s envoy from Tel Aviv.”
According to the text approved on Monday, MPs also called for a halt to gas exports to Israel.
“Egypt will never be the friend, partner or ally of the Zionist entity which we consider as the first enemy of Egypt and the Arab nation,” read the text.
It also called on the Egyptian government “to revise all its relations and agreements with that enemy.”
Israel and Egypt signed a peace treaty in 1979, but there have been concerns that Egypt’s new parliament, which is dominated by the extreme Muslim Brotherhood and Salafi parties, may cancel the agreement.
The Muslim Brotherhood recently threatened to cancel the peace treaty with Israel by putting the issue up for a referendum and letting Egyptians decide. Presidential candidate Moussa Amr, however, recently rejected the possibility that the treaty would be cancelled.
Late last month, Israel’s new ambassador to Egypt, Yaakov Amitai, presented his credentials to military leader Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, who has been in power since the revolution which resulted in former President Hosni Mubarak’s ouster.