Congressman: The Muslim Brotherhood Takeover In Egypt Shows The Arab Spring Is A ‘Radical Islamic Nightmare’
Romney, please pick this guy for VP …
By Congressman Allen West – “A year ago there were those of us who warned the Obama Administration of a Muslim Brotherhood takeover in Egypt. We were castigated as alarmists and loose cannons. Today our predictions have come to reality and the ominous specter reminding us of the Iranian revolution is evident. The Muslim Brotherhood claimed they would not run a presidential candidate. Clearly the Arab Spring is nothing more than a radical Islamic nightmare. Now we need to unequivocally reiterate our support to the Coptic Christians and Israel. What an incredible foreign policy faux pas by the second coming of President Jimmy Carter, the Obama Administration. I call upon President Barack Obama to cut off American foreign aid to Egypt, denounce the results of this election, repudiate the Muslim Brotherhood, and all radical Islamist political entities.” Source – FB.
Terrorists Praise Brotherhood Win In Egypt, Obama Congratulates And Looks Forward To Advancing ‘Many Shared Interests’
And the Palestinian Authority in charge of the West Bank issued its own congratulations to Morsi, who is set to become Egypt’s first post-uprising president.
Senior Hamas official Mahmud Zahar told AFP that the victory was ‘a historic moment and a new era in the history of Egypt,’ as Gazans cheered and fired volleys of celebratory gunfire in the streets of the Palestinian territory.
The Hamas Islamist movement that rules the Gaza Strip has long-standing ties with the Muslim Brotherhood, and grew from the Egyptian organisation that saw its candidate win 51.73 percent of the vote to defeat ex-prime minister Ahmed Shafiq.
Zahar called Morsi’s victory ‘a defeat for the programme of normalisation and security cooperation with the enemy,’ referring to Israel.” Read more.
White House Congratulates Egypt’s Morsi, Looks Forward To Advancing ‘Many Shared Interests’ - “The White House congratulated Egypt’s president-elect Mohamed Morsi on his victory in that country’s presidential election, calling it a ‘milestone’ in the country’s transition to democracy. President Obama called Morsi Sunday evening, telling him that the United States would stand by Egypt in its transitional period — and said that he looked forward to working together. ‘We look forward to working together with President-elect Morsi and the government he forms, on the basis of mutual respect, to advance the many shared interests between Egypt and the United States,’ press secretary Jay Carney said in a statement.” Read more.
Flashback: Where are the Muslim Brotherhood and the Obama Administration Taking America? – “Disturbing reports are coming out of Washington, D.C. These reports reveal the depth of the below-the-surface coordination between the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Hamas, Hezbollah, the Iranian regime and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Syria, Tunisia, Libya and Jordan. This bloc of regimes and organizations is now becoming the greatest Islamist radical lobby ever to penetrate and infiltrate the White House, Congress, the State Department and the main decision making centers of the US government. All of this is happening at a time when the US government is going through its most strategically dangerous period in modern times because of its need to confront the Iranian Mullahs regime, which is expanding in the Middle East, as well as penetrating the United States, via powerful and influential allies.” Read more.
Flashback: Three Muslim Brotherhood Members Employed by the White House, Influencing Policies of President Obama – “Rashad Hussain is Obama’s special envoy to the 52-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference. His background is entrenched in the Muslim Brotherhood… Dalia Mogahed is a speech writer and chief advisor on Islamic affairs for Barack Obama. Numerous sites provide information that show Ms. Mogahed is pro-Sharia and deeply entrenched with the Muslim Brotherhood and its offshoot, Muslim American Society… Azizah al-Hibri was appointed by the president to the Commission on International Religious Freedom. She is an intellectual professor and lawyer who defends Islamic law. She once served on the advisory board for Mohammed Alamoudi of the American Muslim Council, defending Alamoudi even after he made public statements supporting terrorism.” Read more.
Preliminary test results are blaming the deaths on the grass the cows were eating when they got sick, reports CBS Station KEYE.
The cows dropped dead several weeks ago on an 80-acre ranch owned by Jerry Abel in Elgin, just east of Austin.
Abel says he’s been using the fields for cattle grazing and hay for 15 years. ‘A lot of leaf, it’s good grass, tested high for protein – it should have been perfect,’ he told KEYE correspondent Lisa Leigh Kelly.
The grass is a genetically-modified form of Bermuda known as Tifton 85 which has been growing here for 15 years, feeding Abel’s 18 head of Corriente cattle. Corriente are used for team roping because of their small size and horns.
‘When we opened that gate to that fresh grass, they were all very anxious to get to that,’ said Abel.
Three weeks ago, the cattle had just been turned out to enjoy the fresh grass, when something went terribly wrong.
‘When our trainer first heard the bellowing, he thought our pregnant heifer may be having a calf or something,’ said Abel. ‘But when he got down here, virtually all of the steers and heifers were on the ground. Some were already dead, and the others were already in convulsions.’
Within hours, 15 of the 18 cattle were dead.” Read more.
The Express Tribune (Pakistan) – “The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has announced to an already-stricken population of Pakistan that it beheaded the seven Pakistani security personnel that it had kidnapped on June 21 in Laddah, South Waziristan. Its spokesman has proclaimed that ‘the heads of the slain soldiers would soon be produced before the media’. He also denied the army claim that it had killed 10 terrorists; he said only two had actually died. The TTP also enriched itself with the weapons captured from the army personnel.
The tragedy of South Waziristan goes on. This was the place where we made our first mistakes. We are now more focused on the villainies of the US and the Nato, whom we are denying passage into Afghanistan, and are busy ‘reinterpreting’ the Taliban as paid killers of the US, while sheltering some of them as they cross the Durand Line and kill Americans getting ready to depart the region after being defeated. If this is a victory, it is killing us. We are appeasing our tormentors by making ‘adjustments’ at all levels — judicial, political, economic and military.
In March 2004, militants ambushed an army convoy near the village of Sarwakai, close to Wana in South Waziristan. A dozen soldiers were found at the site and the decapitated bodies of a number of others who had been taken prisoner by the assailants were found near the area days later. The army went in to take the killers to task. Zahid Hussain, in his book, The Scorpion’s Tail, writes:
‘The clerics of the powerful Lal Masjid mosque in Islamabad issued a fatwa declaring the resistance in Waziristan a jihad and called on the people to not give Islamic burials to the soldiers killed while fighting the tribesmen. In obedience to the clerics, many parents of the soldiers refused to receive the bodies of their sons. Public opinion in the region turned more hostile toward the military. The operation also angered some individuals within the officer corps and several Pashtun officers were court-martialled for refusing to fight’.” Read more.
Revelation 9:21, “And they did not repent of their murders … or their sexual immorality …”
By John Scheerhout, Manchester Evening News – “A victim of the child sex grooming scandal that shocked the country has spoken of her relief after its ‘vile’ mastermind was finally unmasked.
Shabir Ahmed, 59, can today be named as the leader of the group of Asian men who raped, abused and exploited vulnerable teenage girls in Rochdale.
He was jailed last month for 19 years alongside nine other members of the gang.
But his identity has remained a secret for legal reasons – until now.
Ahmed can finally be named after being convicted of 30 counts of rape against a young girl in a separate case.
Police said the victim had been ‘systematically’ raped during a ‘horrific’ campaign of abuse that lasted many years.
Ahmed, of Windsor Road, Oldham, had denied the allegations but was found guilty at Manchester Crown Court.
He claimed the girl had made up or imagined her ordeal – and smirked as the jury rejected his lies.
One of Ahmed’s victims in the original grooming case said his public naming-and-shaming had finally brought her some closure.
The girl – who was herself raped by Ahmed after he plied her with vodka above the Tasty Bites takeaway in Heywood – said: ‘I’m just glad people can know who he is and what he’s done. He’s just such an evil man. I know what he’s done to me – it’s obvious now from this second trial that he’s been doing this for years and ruined a lot of lives.
‘If anybody deserves to spend the rest of their lives in prison, it’s him. I’m just relieved it’s all over – it’s some kind of justice.’
Her father, who watched from the public gallery as Ahmed was convicted in the latest case, said: ‘He is horrible, evil – the vilest, most perverted individual.’” Read more.
Flashback: UK: Child Sex Ring Taken Down, 9 Muslim Men Given 77-Year Prison Sentence For Raping And Abusing 47 Girls, 40 More Men Remain At Large – “Detectives who brought down a child sex grooming ring are poised to make more arrests – as the hunt continues for more than 40 other suspected members of the gang. Nine Asian men were yesterday jailed for a total of 77 years for raping and abusing up to 47 girls – some as young as 13 – after plying them with alcohol and luring them to takeaways.” Read more.
Flashback: British Woman Gang Raped by Five Afghan ‘Refugees’, Europe Continues to Suffer From Muslim Gang Rape Epidemic – “The brutal gang rape of a British woman by five Afghan refugees has sparked a massive protest against illegal immigrants in a Serbian spa town. The 38-year-old woman – who bravely managed to film the attack on her mobile phone – was repeatedly raped after befriending a group of Afghan men in a park in Banja Koviljaca… ‘These people are always hanging around the parks and streets during the day causing trouble,’ said one mum. ‘They have no respect for us, no respect for women and we want them gone because they have no right to be here.” Read more.
Mohammed Morsi has been declared the official winner of Egypt’s presidential election. It was a lose-lose situation overall, however, for the future of Egypt, particularly the Christian community. If Ahmed Shafiq would have been declared the winner, there would have been trouble in the streets today. Although presidential powers have been neutered recently by the ruling military council, an Islamist win is bad news for the future of Egypt and its people. Trouble may not come today, but tomorrow is another story …
By Richard Spencer, The Telegraph – “Egypt faces an era of unprecedented ‘co-habitation government’ after Mohammed Morsi, the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, was declared the winner of the presidential election.
The Presidential Election Commission announced that Mohammed Morsi, head of the Brotherhood’s political front, the Freedom and Justice Party, won a narrow but clear victory. There is no appeal.
The declaration by the commission’s chairman, Farouq Sultan, a judge close to ex-President Mr Mubarak, relieves immediate concern at the possibility of widespread unrest by Islamists and secular revolutionaries, who had feared the win would be given to Mr Morsi’s opponent, Ahmed Shafiq,a retired general and Mr Mubarak’s last prime minister.
The Brotherhood’s own count of published polling station figures had given Mr Morsi a 52-48 per cent win, a judgement agreed by most independent newspapers and observers. Final election figures from the commission reflected a similar score. Dr Shafiq won more than 12 million votes and Dr Morsi more than 13 million. Turnout was 51 per cent.
In advance of the declaration, troops and police flooded the streets of the capital to protect public buildings in case of disorder. The army had threatened a ‘firm response’ to any sign of trouble.
The result is a remarkable achievement for the Islamists, who emerged from decades of persecution to seize a seemingly unassailable position in Egypt’s politics after the overthrow of Mr Mubarak. A month ago, they were in control of the first freely elected parliament, were set to dominate the comittee drawing up a new constitution, and their candidate had led the first round of voting in the presidential elections.
Following recent decrees, the military interim rulers, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), dissolved parliament following a separate ruling by Mr Sultan in his other role as head of the constitutional court, reserved its powers to itself, and gave itself a veto over any new constitution.” Read more.