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Muslim Brothers In Talks To Form Gov’t

From the German Press Agency, the Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DPA):

Muslim Brotherhood seniors Essam el-Erian, centre right, and Saad el-Katatni, centre left, take part in a protest in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011.

Muslim Brotherhood: national unity, without Mubarak

Jan 30, 2011

Cairo – The banned Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest opposition group, told the German Press Agency DPA they are in talks with other anti-government figures to form a national unity government without President Hosny Mubarak and his ruling party.

Gamal Nasser, a spokesman for the Brotherhood, told DPA that his group was in talks with Mohammed ElBaradei – the former UN nuclear watchdog chief – to form a national unity government without the National Democratic Party of Mubarak.

The group is also demanding an end to the draconian Emergency Laws, which grant police wide-ranging powers The laws have been used often to arrest and harass the Islamist group.

Nasser said his group would not accept any new government with Mubarak.

How wonderful. The Muslim Brotherhood wants to destroy whatever remains of Western Civilization in Egypt. In that respect they are a lot like the liberals in our country.

They are that dangerous.

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, January 31st, 2011. Comments are currently closed.

8 Responses to “Muslim Brothers In Talks To Form Gov’t”

  1. proreason says:

    There are only 3 possible outcomes:

    Most likely: a new Iran

    Next most likely: a new set of thugs and murderers

    Least likely: the old set of thugs and murderers

    I feel so civilized. Our thugs haven’t become murderers yet…or at least, we can’t prove it yet.

  2. Right of the People says:

    I could be wrong but it seems like Egypt was more civilized under the pharaohs. Ever since the cult of Islam they have been digressing. You know if it wasn’t for oil nobody would really give a rat’s patootie about the Middle East.

    Odd are if the Mooselimb Bro’hood takes over they probably won’t restore the internet so they can keep their subjects in the dark. Next thing you know they’ll be banning electricity for the common folks (but of course not for themselves).

    The Mooselimbs and Liberals are so alike, I guess that’s why its so hard to tell about our boy king whether he is a true lover of Allah or just a really radical libwit.

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      “…if it wasn’t for oil nobody would really give a rat’s patootie about the Middle East.”

      Precisely. And given that the controllers of the real estate that has the oil in it, the royalty and the like, after 60+ years of oil gathering funds have reached the producing nations, one would think that the wealth would’ve been “spread around” somehow. But no. The middle east continues to live in the dark ages where no technology emerges, where despots rule with iron and the people go uneducated and unhappy. They know no better because they have never seen how it could be.

  3. GetBackJack says:

    The Unseen hand moves and writes upon our wall.

    It’s early by about a week to note my suspicions, but I would not at all be surprised if WE are suddenly surprised by violent student and leftist demonstrations in this country against lawful authority and that these grow in rancor and volume despite best efforts to quell them.

    A “whispering” is loose in the world and is tickling the ears of mankind’s most violent and God-hating audience. As Jesus said, “they know not what they do” …..

    • proreason says:

      That’s what Sow Piven called for a couple of weeks ago, isn’t it?

    • tranquil.night says:

      “they know not what they do”

      Many do, as Pro notes.

      Even the one’s who don’t are still seduced by the idea of the vengeful ‘justice’ and ‘freedom’ of anarchy.

      ‘Let it all fall apart’ they say. ‘At least then it will all be equal and we can start building a fairer world again together. A new paradise.’

      Oh pity, how the human mind can be so fooled to believe such folly simply because it so undesires the weight of personal responsibility and self-control.

  4. Natural Born Citizen says:

    And you wonder why BHO wanted a kill switch for the Internet.

  5. P. Aaron says:

    A tribe is going to form a government?

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