“Counterrevolution” in Egypt?

Would be nice, but don’t hold your breath. Who the hell are the ‘secularists’ anyway? The Facebook kidz?

Egyptians hold giant rallies denouncing Islamist President Mohammed Morsi

Thousands of Egyptians have held giant rallies denouncing Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, two years after Egypt’s revolution began.

Widespread anger at the Muslim Brotherhood simmers in Egypt ahead of 2-year anniversary of popular revolution.

“Dozens of Merahs”

Jihad group says gas plant jihad massacre was only the beginning, promises “dozens of Merahs”

Mohamed Merah was the sadistic jihadist who murdered seven people, including three Jewish children, in France last year. Now the jihadists responsible for the jihad mass murders at the Algerian gas plant are promising more such jihad massacres in France. “Jihadist group delivers chilling threat to France,” from The Local, January 22 via JW.

Qaradawi doesn’t like blowback:

Obama buddy Morsi joins in:

French troops recapture two towns from Mali jihadists, Egypt’s Morsi warns French to butt out

The Muslim Brotherhood President of Egypt sides with the bloody jihadists of Mali. “French troops recapture key towns in Mali as Egypt sends warnings,” from Al Arabiya, January 22 (thanks to Voice of the Copts):Egypt’s Morsi opposes French intervention in Mali | StarNewsOnline …

Morsi says ‘counter-revolution’ is obstructing Egypt’s development

The Morsi mafia springs into action, threatens secularists:

Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiya spokesperson Tarek El-Zomor says ‘revolutionary Islamists’ would fight secularists if President Morsi is deposed ‘illegitimately’

Freshly ‘liberated’ Libya turns against infidels:

CAIR Welcomes U.N. Inquiry Into Drone Killings

Bet your sweet fanny they do:

U.N. inquiry will study the impact of drone strikes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen, Palestine, and Somalia and will assess the extent of civilian casualties and the legality of strikes where there is no legal recognition of a conflict. It will report to the U.N. General Assembly later this year.  (UN Expert Investigates US Drone Killings)

Living dangerously:

Jihad in Tunisia: Professor accuses imams of promoting jihad in Mali and Syria

What’s the big deal? So a few imams are exhorting young Muslims to go join gyms in Mali and Syria. Why should anyone be concerned?

“Tunisia: Local Professor Accuses Imams of Promoting Jihad,” from Magharebia, January 21 (thanks to JW.)

One thought on ““Counterrevolution” in Egypt?”

  1. very smart5 and real analysis…Yes, the secularist are maybe the 0.000o1 %, and the FB kids plus the UN ‘habibi’ el baradei , the one who re assured the world about Iran NOT having an atomic bomb program !… and the other 2 are useless.No hope, sadly, no hope.

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