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Originally posted by randomname
if israel attacks iran, they'll get their wish.
you can't attack someone because of what they might do.
i can't claim i'm threatened by you buying an m60 machine gun, and then go kill you.
it won't fly in a court of law. how can it fly in the international community.
i hope whatever influence the u.s. has on israel, they use it to stop them from starting a war that can spread around the world.
Safwat Hijazi or Safwat Hegazi is an Egyptian imam and television preacher who is on the list of "Individuals banned from the UK for stirring-up hatred".
The government of the United Kingdom declared that he is "considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by glorifying terrorist violence."
Hijazi was investigated in Egypt in 2006 for issuing a fatwā calling for the death of visiting Israeli officials. He later withdrew the fatwa.
On December 3, 2008 Hijazi made the statement about Israeli Jews; “Dispatch those sons of apes and pigs to the Hellfire on the wings of Qassam rockets.”
In 2009 he declared in a television interview that Buddhism, Zoroastrianism and the Baha'i Faith were not religions but were man-made. He said Baha'is were a current danger and fought alongside Zionists in 1948.
In an address that aired Al-Nas TV on July 11, 2010, Safwat called on parents to "our children sit in front of the computer and the playstation, and play games that will never lead them to wage Jihad."
In 2012, Safwat Launched MB Candidate Muhammad Mursi's Campaign. In his speech to a crowd of hundreds of thousands of Egyptians, Safwat emphasized that Mursi will lead Egypt's campaign to restore the "United States of the Arabs" with Jerusalem as its capital, and urged listeners to "awake Jews from their slumber" and to march as martyrs toward Jerusalem.
Originally posted by EvilSadamClone
Thus we see the true purpose of this recent revolution. It was to gain power so they can launch another war of genocide over Israel in order to legitimize their peaceful religion. It was never about improving the economic or social situations in Egypt.
This is the reason why one should always be wary of "revolutions". Because sometimes the people who want to "Revolutionize" things will actually only make things worse.
And of course the useful idiots will just deny this.
I wish I was on this forum when those riots were happening in Egypt. I would've predicted this.
Eventually Egypt will launch another war with Israel, it's only a matter of time.