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Egyptian Presidential Candidate Tawfiq Okasha declared last week that the Egyptian Army will engage in armed warfare against Israel, the United States and the European Union within three months.
The declaration, made in a segment translated into English by The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) on February 9, Okasha slso said that "like the Nazis, the Jews aim to rule and own the world.”
“Hitler’s principle was that the best race must become master of the world… Hitler established German Nazism to rule and own the world. On the other hand, we find that this is precis
Originally posted by alchemist2012
reply to post by Jordan River
Thats my point he is trying to whip them into a frenzy and he is not even president he in my opinion is using the tactics of Hitler to get elected and just like the hope and change" frenzy in 08 he could ride that wave of emotions right into power and the rest needs not to be said it clear.
Originally posted by Painterz
Given such a huge chunk of Egypts economy relies on the lucrative western tourist trade
Egyptian Presidential Candidate Tawfiq Okasha
The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) is a Middle Eastern not for profit press monitoring organization with headquarters located in Washington, DC. MEMRI was co-founded in 1998 by Yigal Carmon, a former colonel in the Israeli military intelligence and Meyrav Wurmser, an Israeli-born, American political scientist.
MEMRI is one of several organizations that monitor and translate Arab news media. While the organization's translations are regularly quoted by major international newspapers, its work has generated strong criticism. Critics have accused MEMRI of often producing inaccurate translations with undue emphasis and selectivity and disseminating the most extreme views from Arabic and Persian media while ignoring moderate views that are often found in the same media outlets.
Norman B. Podhoretz (pronounced /pɒdˈhɔrɨtz/; born January 16, 1930) is an American neoconservative pundit and writer for Commentary magazine.
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