Obama is working for the Muslim Brotherhood. This is akin to FDR siding with the Nazis.
Via Fatima Aly of Egypt via "Voice of the Copts" FB page: (thanks to Holly)
Dear U.S. citizen and Aruban
Do you flow Egypt situation in Egypt last days
Do you know MB burned more than one hundred churches in Egypt
And burned 220 Houses and shops of the Copts
Terrorism killed more 1000 peoples Civilians and police
Despite all this, Obama and EU support Terrorism of the Muslim Brotherhood
Interestingly that al-Qaeda and the Taliban also support MB terrorism
That means USA, EU, Taliban and al-Qaeda in the same side one hand
Does your conscience relieved, are you happy with your government policy
Senator: Obama Administration Secretly Suspended Military Aid to Egypt The Daily Beast, August 19, 2013
The White House hasn’t officially called Egypt’s military takeover a coup. But it has nonetheless quietly put a hold on military aid to the country, Josh Rogin reports exclusively.
The U.S. government has decided privately to act as if the military takeover of Egypt was a coup, temporarily suspending most forms of military aid, despite deciding not to announce publicly a coup determination one way or the other, according to a leading U.S. senator.
In the latest example of its poorly understood Egypt policy, the Obama administration has decided to temporarily suspend the disbursement of most direct military aid, the delivery of weapons to the Egyptian military, and some forms of economic aid to the Egyptian government while it conducts a broad review of the relationship. The administration won’t publicly acknowledge all aspects of the aid suspension and maintains its rhetorical line that no official coup determination has been made, but behind the scenes, extensive measures to treat the military takeover of Egypt last month as a coup are being implemented on a temporary basis.
The office of Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT), the head of the appropriations state and foreign-operations subcommittee, told The Daily Beast on Monday that military aid to Egypt has been temporarily cut off.
Leahy’s “understanding is that aid to the Egyptian military has been halted, as required by law,” said David Carle, a spokesman for Leahy.
The administration’s public message is that $585 million of promised aid to the Egyptian military in fiscal 2013 is not officially on hold, as technically it is not due until September 30, the end of the fiscal year, and no final decisions have been made.
“After sequestration withholding, approximately $585 million remains unobligated. So, that is the amount that is unobligated,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Monday. “But it would be inaccurate to say that a policy decision has been made with respect to the remaining assistance funding.”
But two administration officials told The Daily Beast that administration lawyers decided it was best to observe the law restricting military aid on a temporary basis, as if there had been a coup designation, while at the same time deciding that the law did not require a public announcement on whether a coup took place.
“The decision was we’re going to avoid saying it was a coup, but to stay on the safe side of the law, we are going to act as if the designation has been made for now,” said one administration official. “By not announcing the decision, it gives the administration the flexibility to reverse it.”
Several parts of the aid are now temporarily on hold, including the disbursement of the $585 million of $1.3 billion in fiscal 2013 foreign military financing still not delivered to the Egyptian military, the delivery of Apache helicopters that the Egyptian government has already paid for, and the depositing of economic support funds for programs that would directly benefit the Egyptian government, despite official administration denials, the administration officials said.