President of Egypt ousted a few weeks ago by a possible coup, either from the work of the army or the liberals then, a question arises, where all these Islamic organizations around the globe are expressing?
Morsi, or Muhamad Mursi, was the fifth Egyptian President, and the first as an elected member through a democratic election.
Then comes the Palestinian, and all other good and bad in the history of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Then comes the jailbreak episode, in which he and his Ikwan Muslimin’s friends were asked how they escaped prison while in the custody.
All these enmeshed his memory. By then, in his last speech before the takeover by the military, he had said persistently, “Hey all of you, “One year is enough”.
There is not such a word in al Quran. The fact that he memorizes almost all of its verses he can only remember “one year is enough”.
He brings forth a voice of hatred among the liberals and the Christians alike. He moved to close down private TVs which spelled the anti-president propaganda, but allowed Brotherhood’s TV Channels to disperse anti-Islam.
He wrestles judicial institution, harassing judges who aren’t aligned to his Muslim Brotherhood. He appointed all senior and important posts in government with less experience Brotherhood’s members.
This is because he thought of winning more that 50% votes and as an elected president, he was entitled to threaten people who were opposing him.
And he can say one year is enough.
Do you think one year is truly enough?
You are talking about ruling nation of 84 million, diversity of people, weak, strong, rich, and poor.
- Why does Obama favor Muslim Brotherhood? (pantagraph.com)
- Assad applauds fall of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood (arkansasonline.com)
- Lessons on Liberty from Egypt (frontporchphilosopher.wordpress.com)
- Time to wise up to the Muslim Brotherhood (iranaware.com)
- Egypt – Round Two – Democracy (themartyoradioshow.wordpress.com)
- No tears for Morsi (blogs.timesofisrael.com)
- VIDEO: Egypt protests set to continue (bbc.co.uk)
- My Dinner With the Muslim Brotherhood – Bloomberg (bloomberg.com)