Obama has been a patsy for Erdogan and the Muslim Brotherhood, and Egypt is calling him out on it.
Armaros surmises, "Clinton was dragged into Yugoslavia/Kosovo by the Germans . Germany offered doors to EU at its roots and the US Military became the Wermacht establishing German interests in the Balkans. Fool #2 (Fool #1 was Carter and the "Revolution") Erdogan has Zero wrapped around his finger. Obama was totally manipulated into siding with the Brotherhood in Egypt and even Syria which is Erdogan's other colonial ambition. Erdogans people were in the streets in Benghazi. They arranged this weapons swapping and set up Zero so that he would be forced into a position to release the Blind Sheik. Stevens died and there was to be no deal on the Sheik. General Sisi is now holding Zawahiri's brother. Obama follows Erdogan because he thinks he is being offered open doors to the Muslim world. Yet America is building a new Ottoman Sultanate unbeknownst to the Said educated liberals running this Whit House (and State) Egypt is calling him out now. Egypt's Army is close to the old Turkish regimes, which were very military enforced. Those are the secular, moderate educated (non savage) civil society in these countries. This could domino into Turkey if there is any luck and I am certain Obama is doing everything he can to re-enforce Erdogan (expect meetings, love ins etc)"
Egypt's President strikes back at "Erdogan's Sultanate" Al Bawabhnews.com via Walid Phares (thanks to Armaros)
Interim President Mansour: "Egypt will sign on the Armenian Genocide Declaration tomorrow!"If this information is confirmed, it would be a sign of the rise of a strategic thinking within the new Egyptian leadership. It would signal to the Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood] allies around the world and here in the US, that the decision-making process in Egypt is not one of militaries, but of historians and strategists.Al Bawaba News reported, from the Egyptian President Twitter account, that President Adli Mansour asked Egypt's UN delegate to sign on the behalf of his Government on the Declaration of recognition of the Armenian Genocide at the United Nations. If such diplomatic move occurs it would be psychological equivalent of President Sadat visiting Israel in 1977."While this move is a political retaliation at Prime Minister Recep Erdogan's aggressive stance against Egypt and in favor of the Ikhwan," said an observer in Egypt, "this goes beyond the simple retaliation. It shows that the new leading team in Cairo is a group of secular, strategic and long term planning policy makers.For them to sign on the Armenian Genocide Declaration means that they intend to wage an ideological war against the Islamists and the Jihadists in the region. This is not directed against Turks, particularly secular Turks, this is a strike against Erdogan's Sultanate and in general terms against the notion of a political Caliphate as a rallying point of all Islamists in the region." Indeed this is a signal of an unusual importance.