… you can stick a knife in it:
The Egyptian army has said it will not use force against protesters calling for the removal of President Hosni Mubarak ahead of a “million people” march. (Source)
Muslim Brotherhood wants war with Israel
Muslim Brotherhood leader: Prepare for war with Israel (and they’re not even in power yet…)
Mohamed Ghanem, one of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, calls Egypt to stop pumping gas to Israel and prepare the Egyptian army for a war with it’s eastern neighbor. (Source)
Soros blames da Jooozzz
Few would argue that the imminent collapse of the Mubarak regime (and other Middle East dictatorships) derives from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Neither Egyptians nor Tunisians are risking and losing their lives for Palestinians. They are doing it for themselves. They want freedom. (Source)
“Freedom?” Ridiculous. Most of them wouldn’t even know how to spell it…..
And Iran has “legitimate rights” to build nukes:
Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope. — motto of the Muslim Brotherhood
Do I really think the Brotherhood would blow up the Pyramids, given half a chance? Well, stranger things have happened.
Making it clearer who is calling the shots. “Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood, No To New Government,” from ANSAmed, January 31 (thanks to JW)
Gaza: the yoots are getting restive:
Gaza militants fired a barrage of Grad missiles into southern Israel tonight. One missile landed near a wedding party in Netivot. (The Jerusalem Post reported/via GWP)
This is why we love her…
Sarah Palin blasted the far left and the state-run media on Saturday at the Safari Club International annual convention. She told the crowd, “I can’t wait” to be blamed for the violence in Egypt. The Daily Beast reported, via FOX Nation/ (GWP)
“A Christian Copt or a woman cannot be president of a Muslim nation,”
said Shosha, a broad-shouldered man, who sat in the Brotherhood’s headquarters in Cairo watching the protests on TV. “This is a religious point, not a political one. But it will be the Muslim leader’s role to protect the rights of Copts and women.”…
No thanks. Not now, not ever.