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Are we watching a new Islamic worldwide revolution, or just a revolution by the people?

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posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 05:33 PM
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I have read a few articles about the Muslim Brotherhood getting involved in both Tunisia and Egypt. From what I understand this brotherhood had nothing to do with these revolts, but now these revolts are in full swing, they seem to be attempting to step up and govern the people.

From my understanding whats going on is the people are rising up and demanding freedom and liberty.

Are we to expect these population will want Sharia Law? Or are countries under Sharia Law next?

Or is this whole thing a new Islamic Movement?
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posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 05:41 PM
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There's a few possibilities that can explain what is going on,

Either it is a genuine uprising by the people

There will be new pro democartic govenments put in place, which are puppets of the NWO

or

They will have new islamic governments put in by the muslim brothehood, which I have found out interestingly is being funded by George Soros, a prominant member of the illuminati

So either way the NWO win.

I have infact made a thread about this, which can be found HERE



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 05:47 PM
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I have read your thread and thanks for the opinions. This thread is based on the Religion side of this issue. Was it inspired by religion? Was it carried out by religion?

Or is religion now entering the scene to fill the power vacuum that has been created?

The countries could move to a republic, and denounce there international dept.


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posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 09:13 AM
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I think it is very likely that even if the revolution is successful and democracy is instituted (which is by no means certain at this point) it will not change peoples' religion.

We saw in the Iranian uprising about a year ago that the people were tired of the oppressive government. Still the protesters shouted "Allah Akbar" (God is great) from the rooftops.

Religion and politics are two different issues. We in the west see the Muslim faith as oppressive but I don't think it is seen that way in the middle east.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 09:19 AM
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The Muslim Brotherhood has said very clearly that they want Sharia Law and they want war with Israel. This is not a revolution by the people .. it's an Islamic revolution .. even though the people at this time dont' all understand that. The power behind the 'change' is The Muslim Brotherhood. They won't fully reveal themselves to the people there until it's too late. It's a freak'n mess.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 09:21 AM
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There is no Islamic "revolution". What you are witnessing is the natural progression of Islamic Jihad, the method by which Islam is spread. It a method 1,400 years old. Jihad is not revolution.



posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 07:10 AM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
The Muslim Brotherhood has said very clearly that they want Sharia Law and they want war with Israel. This is not a revolution by the people .. it's an Islamic revolution .. even though the people at this time dont' all understand that. The power behind the 'change' is The Muslim Brotherhood. They won't fully reveal themselves to the people there until it's too late. It's a freak'n mess.


If it is as you say then the time will come when its time for us to stand & fight, its been a long time coming & who can blame them, they want their land, their oil, their own rights & their own freedoms back. They obviously see the west as having been the cause of their misery for numerous years. If they are smart they will just kick out their western allied governments and remain on their own soil. But if as you say, they intend on spreading westwards with the intention of taking parts of the Med & europe, well then I guess its a world war, I know what side id rather be on & it doesnt include using suicide bombers. Unfortunatly for them, if they do advance it may be time for some of those magnificent weapons possessed by most of the west to come into action. I dont want that, nevber would I want that but if the fight gets brought to us, we cant roll over. Lets just hope it doesnt come to that, unfortunatly only time will tell & we must keep our eyes open.

Anyone else hoping once the current Egyptian government falls, someone will really tell the truth about what the pyramids contain?

Excuse my demenour, I hate war, iv been against the invasions of Afghan & Iraq from day one, I feel now we've gone this far, who can blame them for wanting to go after the west, we may have no option but to really get into a proper fight, I wonder if that was the intention all along by TPTB. Who knows, its gonna be a hell of a ride these coming weeks, months years to see what sort of world we end up with



posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 07:24 AM
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It could be possible. In any of those situations Israel might have a war with muslim states. If that happens World War 3 is likely.



posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 07:27 AM
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Originally posted by Sestias
I think it is very likely that even if the revolution is successful and democracy is instituted (which is by no means certain at this point) it will not change peoples' religion.

We saw in the Iranian uprising about a year ago that the people were tired of the oppressive government. Still the protesters shouted "Allah Akbar" (God is great) from the rooftops.

Religion and politics are two different issues. We in the west see the Muslim faith as oppressive but I don't think it is seen that way in the middle east.



i agree... the moderate, everyday citizen has compartmentalized the social-political aspects of their lifes
from the Islamic-Muslim ideology of their lives.

IOW...God=Allah can step on me..
.but some ol' despotic dictator is not going to pee on my shoes and tell me its raining.



posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 07:52 AM
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My thoughts are it is a revolution by the people. For now.
I listened to Anderson Cooper interviewing people on the streets of Cairo last night, and they wanted to send a message to the world that this isn't about religion. They stated they hate the Brotherhood, they hate terrorists, and they will never let them in Egypt as a real political force.

The situation is still dangerous, unless the dictator leaves soon, very soon.

There was joking on another thread about how the brotherhood will come in at the last minute and win everybody over with food. (With money provided by Saudi) I don't think it's funny. There is already a food shortage, some say this is the reason for the looting that's taking place. Winning people over with food has been a strategy of theirs in other areas. When you are starving, you go where the food is.

Hopefully this won't drag on until it gets to that point.

I'm also concerned that if this revolution is successful, other ME countries will try to follow suit, and their outcome might not be as successful. Egypt has a better chance of making this type revolution work than some other areas.

It's disturbing, when you think about the all the potential outcomes. For now, the Egyptians are saying this is not at all about religion, so I think we must honor these given motivations. Of course, I do believe the Brotherhood lies in wait, for the chance to seize control, but I honestly don't think they will succeed, because they are not wanted by all these thousands of people we see in the streets.



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