Saudis, Gulf emirates actively aided Egypt’s military coup

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posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 03:41 PM
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The overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi in Egypt has sparked some fuel for the fire as to just WHO was/is behind the whole thing.

The coup d'état was so fast we hardly had time to blink.

Who could have possibly made such an impact ?

Who stands to gain by this ?

Many questions - not enough answers.

Some think it is the Saudis and the United Arab Emirates sponsoring the deal.

Don't count Israel out either.


The lightening coup which Wednesday, July 3, overthrew President Mohamed Morsi put in reverse gear for the first time the Obama administration’s policy of sponsoring the Muslim Brotherhood movement as a moderate force for Arab rule and partner in its Middle East policies. debkafile reveals that the Egyptian military could not have managed their clockwork coup without the aid of Saudi and Dubai intelligence and funding.

Saudi Arabia and the UAE threw their weight and purses behind Egypt’s generals aiming to put their first big spoke in the US-sponsored Arab Revolt (or Spring), after they failed to hold the tide back in Libya, Egypt and thus far Syria.

The coup leader, Defense Minister and army chief Gen. Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, had two more Saudi-Gulf commitments in his pocket, say debkafile's Middle East sources:

1. Should the Obama administration cut off the annual US aid allocation of $1.3 billion, Saudi Arabia and the UAE would make up the military budget’s shortfall;

2. The Saudis, UAE and other Gulf nations, such as Bahrain and Kuwait, would immediately start pumping out substantial funds to keep the Egyptian economy running. The Egyptian masses would be shown that in a properly managed economy, they could be guaranteed a minimal standard of living and need not go hungry as many did under Muslim Brotherhood rule.

According to our sources, the Saudis and the UAE pledged to match the funds Qatar transferred to the Muslim Brotherhood’s coffers in Cairo in the past year, amounting to the vast sum of $13 billion.........


Saudis, Gulf emirates actively aided Egypt’s military coup, settling score for Mubarak ouster


I say it was a joint effort by the Saudis, the UAE, and Israel

Maybe that's why the Obama Administration has seemingly abandoned their old friend Morsi !!




posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 03:48 PM
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Ever considered that they did it themselves?

Egypt has a rich history of military involvement in government and the Muslim Brotherhood was not working in the interests of Egyptians OR the military establishment.

Regards



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 03:51 PM
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DEBKA?
Almost as bad as BeforeItsNews and Sorcha Faal.

Sorry, I get that there probably will be agents in there stirring the pot for their own interests, but no state can mobilize millions of people like that, not a chance in hell.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 03:59 PM
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The US has been supporting the Egyptian military the entire time as the primary counter balance to the elected Egyptian Gov. Of course the US could not have the military remove the Gov until the time was right. A series of calls between Hagel and Gen. Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi that nobody wants to talk about were no doubt the US giving the green light to remove an elected unfriendly gov. If this was a friendly gov the US would be throwing a fit and global santions would be on the way. Instead say something about getting back to and elected gov asap. The US has never worried about being hypocrites when it comes to its own interests. The problem the Brotherhood has is it was to splintered and had no outside support. With the US, EU, Israel and the Arab states all working against you the second you screwed up you were done. Also the chatting it up with Iran pretty much doomed any chance of Arab league support against the western backed Egptian military.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 05:31 PM
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Morsi and Turkey and Arab monarchies were a one side of opposition in Syria. after the collapse of terrorists in Syria, Arab monarchies (who were the ideological and financial supporter) have had soft statements about Syria recently. not to mention that the king of Qatar changed some days ago. I think they want to recede from Syria with least expense. I mean they want to change their viewpoint towards Syria softly and of course they want to keep their reputation as well.
I think Israel is a loser in this coup ! he had a huge program for divide and conquer policy by race and sect excuses. Morsi and muslim brotherhood was a good choice for Israel.
I should say that Assad is successful to maintain Syria, and I hope that he gives the power to the next government through democratic elections, this coup was just one of the aftershocks of events of Syria.
I am glad that a radical point is removed and I am sorry that this removal was not democratic. Egypt has a revolution for democracy and freedom not for coups and governing of armies !!!!!! I hope they can return to the true path.





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