Islamic Blowjob? Nothing to Do With Islam

Not even when they scream ‘jihad’ and try to blow up the legislature:

Egypt:  protesters revert to previous viciousness:

A Dutch journalist has been raped by a group of five men in Cairo’s central Tahrir Square as millions of protesters take to the streets to demand the removal of President Mohammed Mursi …

Operation Anti-Sexual Harassment said it had recorded 44 cases of sexual assaults and harassment against women on Sunday night alone, the highest number it had encountered since the group was formed in November 2012.

Women aren’t Egypt’s only targets. The so-called Arab Spring isn’t turning out as many hoped. (Tim Blair)

Egypt: Obama owns this mess

Revenge: Coptic Church Set Aflame for Morsi

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True to their vows, pro-Morsi Muslims are attacking Egypt’s Christians for participating in the anti-Morsi protests.  The St. George Coptic Christian Church in a village in al-Minya, Egypt, has just been set on fire by “pro-Morsi” forces.  Copts are reported to be in a state of “fear and panic.”– (Raymond Ibrahim)

Egypt Sex Attacks Reach ‘Horrific’ Levels

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Nearly 100 women have been assaulted in just four days during protests in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, a human rights charity says.

Some of the 91 women assaulted were reportedly beaten with metal chains, chairs and sticks, while others were attacked with knives.  The assaults came as protests escalated in the square, culminating with the ousting of President Mohamed Morsi in a military coup.

Obama’s help for Morsi hasn’t won the US the respect of the Eygptian people:

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Now who’s gonna feed these people?

Egypt’s military back in charge. Now to find some food…

The first democratically elected government in Egypt lasts just one year before the army takes over again:

Egypt’s military has deposed the country’s first democratically-elected President, Mohammed Morsi. It says an interim government will be put in place and the constitution suspended.

Remarkably few dead:

At least five people were killed when opponents and supporters of Egypt’s deposed president, Mohamed Mursi, clashed after the army announced his removal on Wednesday, state media and officials said.

Gunfire broke out as rocks and bricks flew in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, witnesses said.

David Goldman says this could be as good as it gets for a country unable to feed its own people:

Two years after the collapse of Egypt’s sixty years of military rule, the largest Arab country has come full circle.  The population has had enough. Beans (not to mention animal protein) have been priced out of the budget of the poorer half of Egypt’s citizens for weeks, and the country is nearly out of fuel — which means, in the middle of the wheat harvest, nearly out of bread…

Nearly a fifth of Egyptians were suffering from malnutrition when the World Health Organization surveyed the country in 2011. WFP estimates that two of five Egyptian adults are mentally and physically “stunted” by inadequate diet. The slow starvation of Egyptians under successive military regimes is gradually turning into actual hunger.

Sadly, military government probably is the best case scenario… Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states (besides tiny Qatar) might decide to provide funding for a military regime that suppressed the Muslim Brotherhood, which the Saudi regime rightly fears as a competitor to its medieval form of monarchy….

Egypt needs about $20 billion a year in external subsidies; a smaller amount would forestall the worst effects of the economic crisis. With $630 billion in foreign exchange reserves, Saudi Arabia is the only Arab country with the resources to give Egypt help on the scale it requires.

But censorship begins:

The Muslim Brotherhood-owned television channel Misr 25 went off air along with several other Islamist-run channels, including the controversial Hafez and Al-Nas, shortly after the military statement announcing the ouster of president Mohamed Morsi.

UPDATE

This really is about Egyptian culture and what it produces:

Egyptian anti-sexual harassment groups confirmed that mobs sexually assaulted and in some cases raped at least 91 women in Tahrir Square, over four days of protests beginning on June 30, 2013, amid a climate of impunity.

3 thoughts on “Islamic Blowjob? Nothing to Do With Islam”

  1. Be very careful of what you mean when you say “democratically elected”. Under more rigorous inspection Morsi’s win at the last election was anything but democratic.

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