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Brotherhood behind 'terrorist' attacks: Egypt interior minister

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posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 11:16 AM
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It's being said by the Egyptian Interior Minister that the Muslim Brotherhood was responsible for inciting violence against security forces (police & military) and civilians during the coup against Morsi and 'Hood. This information will come as no surprise to many but there are plenty folks who blame all violence on the Egyptian security forces, as if the 'Hood were innocent victims.

Morsi and his gang of silly criminals also enlisted the help of terrorists, like Al Qaeda, but that should come as no surprise either because the 'Hood are a terrorist organization themselves, well according to Russia, not the USA. Derp.

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Egyptian Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim claimed Saturday that Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood was behind past major attacks targeting police personnel in the country. Ibrahim gave names of several alleged perpetrators identified and arrested by security forces following the attacks, amid increased pressure on speeding up investigations into ongoing security breaches.

"The Muslim Brotherhood, with the support and funding from the international Muslim Brotherhood organisation, has mobilised extremist terrorist elements, including ones from Al-Qaeda organisation and the Gaza Strip, to carry out a series of terrorist attacks following the 30 June revolution," Ibrahim said at a news conference Saturday afternoon.

Ibrahim went on to add that among the apprehended "terrorist cells" was an Al-Qaeda affiliated group, adding that some of its members allegedly took part in the two sit-ins supporting deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, which security forces forcibly dispersed in August.

He also announced that another 33-member "terrorist cell" was responsible for the assassination of Mohamed Mabrouk, a senior officer in the National Security apparatus who was in charge of investigating espionage charges against Morsi. Mabrouk was shot dead near his home this week.

Ibrahim also declared that the interior ministry had captured those responsible for the killing of 25 conscripts in the Sinai Peninsula 20 August, the highest rate of casualties in one incident across the uptake in militant attacks in the restive region.

Ibrahim also announced that the ministry arrested a three-member "terrorist cell" allegedly responsible for the failed attempt on his own life in September.


Millions of Anti Morsi/MB protesters took the streets and caused no such violence but once the Pro Morsi/MB supporters hit the streets violence ensued, from attacking security forces & police stations to burning down Christian churches & schools while parading nuns down the streets of Cairo as prisoners of war.

Good riddance to the Muslim Brotherhood. Back to the shadows you go!




posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 11:43 AM
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The ousters are blaming the ousted? What a surprise.

They're extremely unlikely to blame the security forces of course, although the 'Hood' no doubt contributed to the violence, it wasn't all their doing. The first real democratic vote in Egypt and within months, a military coup took place, but the 'Hood' are to blame for it all? Go figure!!



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 12:28 PM
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Perfect example of how to paint a picture of innocence, mostly.

True, after the Egyptians threw out Mubarak a real democratic election was held. Problem for the Egyptians is that they weren't given much of a choice to choose from, reminiscent of US elections, during the final round of voting. Their only choice was what they thought would be the lesser of 2 evils, one being Mubarak 2.0 or the 'Hood. I do believe voter turn out was fairly low, which is surprising considered this was the "real" first democratic election.

All things said about the "Hood, they do take of their own, the poor, the sick, and shroud themselves behind a veil of good deeds so it's no surprise the people voted them in but it wasn't long before their agenda became clear and once again the people took the streets.

You make it sound like not long after the 'Hood was put into power they were removed by a coup but that's not the reality of the situation at all. The people protested Morsi not long after he took office and they never stopped. The Egyptian security forces really began to listen once millions upon millions of Anti Morsi protesters continued to take to the streets. It's pretty obvious the Egyptian military/gov't knew civil unrest was to come so they took a side and sided with millions of Anti Muslim Brotherhood protesters instead of the thousands of Pro Muslim Brotherhood protesters.
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posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 01:00 PM
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I know the reality of the situation.

1) Dispose of Mubarek
2) Military installed to run Government in the interim
3) Election date set
4) Morsi secures victory with 51.7% of the vote
5) Morsi and his cabinet start introducing a more Islamic style of rule
6) Anti 'Hood' protestors take to the street
7) 'Hood' supporters take to the streets
8) Military back protestors
9) Military arrest the President of Egypt and numerous cabinet members
10) Military installed to run Government in the interim



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 01:08 PM
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You make it sound like not long after the 'Hood was put into power they were removed by a coup but that's not the reality of the situation at all.


That is exactly what happened. Morsi was removed from Office by the military. That is a coup d'etat. 2013 Egyptian coup d'état

And it would have been against the law for America to give aid to Egypt that is why they wouldn't call it a coup.

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posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 01:26 PM
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The Egyptian gov't, the Egyptian security forces, and millions upon millions of Egyptian people supported the coup. So let's not try to make it sound like the military is acting alone in this coup.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 01:27 PM
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You have facts but then you shape them to fit your perspective.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 01:34 PM
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Swills
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You have facts but then you shape them to fit your perspective.


???????????

Sorry, I may have missed something, so please tell me how I have altered the facts?



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 01:42 PM
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See my first response to your first post. I'm not into repeating myself. I never said you altered facts, but rather cherry picked them to fit your perspective of the "coup".

Btw, how did you feel about Mubarak being removed by a popular uprising and the military taking rule till the next election?
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posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 02:05 PM
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I think I can honestly say that both sides carried out atrocities, as they always do, in every war.

Thats why war is such a horrible thing. It brings the worst out of mankind.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 03:15 PM
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Yes, violence was committed by both sides but the Egyptian security forces weren't burning down churches and aiding known terrorist like Al Qaeda.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 03:20 PM
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Swills
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Yes, violence was committed by both sides but the Egyptian security forces weren't burning down churches and aiding known terrorist like Al Qaeda.


What the same terrorists that our western governments are secretly funding and using as agent provocateurs the world over?

An atrocity is an atrocity no matter who commits it or how they commit it.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 04:23 PM
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Yeah the same terrorists that were backed in Libya, Syria, and Egypt by Western Powers and the Muslim Brotherhood.

The Egyptian security forces aren't working with the terrorists, they're working against them.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 04:26 PM
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Swills
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Yeah the same terrorists that were backed in Libya, Syria, and Egypt by Western Powers and the Muslim Brotherhood.

The Egyptian security forces aren't working with the terrorists, they're working against them.



And ultimately they are all working towards the same thing...control.
The only difference is methodology and the propaganda they use.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 05:08 PM
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“God is our Goal. The Prophet is our leader. The Quran is our constitution. Jihad is our way. Death in the service of God is the loftiest of our wishes. God is great; God is great.” Etc Etc

This is the motto of the Muslim Brotherhood, which was founded in Egypt as a vehicle to establish a worldwide Islamic empire governed by Shariah law. Just because Morsi is out of the picture their goals have not changed. It is a slow process but they are totally dedicated to their end game. For there is but one religion and that religion is Islam.

When Morsi was first elected there was jubilation and celebrations. Then when he started trying to rule by decree and place Egypt back into the cultural dark ages he was ousted. He had basically promised to build bridges which sounded good until the Egyptian people realized there were no rivers for the bridges to cross. Just another politician full of deflection so that his true efforts would go unnoticed until he was so entrenched nothing could be done about it. The M.B. is in 70 countries and their goals are stated to bring all the world under Islam. I am personally glad the Egyptian people/military/whoever saw through his dictatorial ways and canned the punk and his minions.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 07:26 PM
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Control? I think the Egyptian military, gov't (Islamists excluded), & people have a different agenda than Al Qaeda.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 07:41 PM
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Swills
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Control? I think the Egyptian military, gov't (Islamists excluded), & people have a different agenda than Al Qaeda.



Yes they ALL have an agenda, and its control. All that differs is the method.
Al Qaeda is an imagined enemy, that became a self fulfilling prophesy. Its the bogey man.
Eventually people started to believe the propaganda, some signed up to support it and die in its name.
People are easily brainwashed, hence fanaticism in all its incarnations, and there are plenty of those.
Just be wary and dont fall for it, its all I can really say.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 10:57 PM
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Swills
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The Egyptian gov't, the Egyptian security forces, and millions upon millions of Egyptian people supported the coup. So let's not try to make it sound like the military is acting alone in this coup.


The people didn't remove him from office the military did. Like it or not it was a coup.



posted on Nov, 23 2013 @ 11:01 PM
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The Egyptian security forces aren't working with the terrorists, they're working against them.


Yes they are working with terrorist. In case you didn't know it General Sisi is Israels boy and Israel is one of the biggest terrorist nations on the planet.



posted on Nov, 24 2013 @ 02:59 AM
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Once again you make it sound like the military acted alone staging a coup to take power
in Egypt, which is not reality. Morsi refused to step down, unlike Mubarak, & the will of people & Egyptian govt supported the removal. Even after being given an ultimatum Morsi still refused, at least Mubarak heeded to the calls of removal by the protesters.

Are you a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood?
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