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After Fall of Mubarak, Group Announces Intent to Form Nazi Party

Breathe in the sweet scent of an Arab Spring where a garden of roses begins to sing
Where colors match beautifully the flag before, a blood-red crimson, the color of war
Winds of change bring freedom!” they said with delight, but every rose has its thorn, every day its night
What once began with a glimmer of hope, continues its descent down a slippery slope …

By YAAKOV LAPPIN – “A group of Egyptian political activists have announced plans to set up a local version ‘of the Nazi party,’ an Egyptian newspaper reported on Thursday.

Citing a leftist Egyptian news portal, the Al-Masry Al-Youm daily said that ‘the party’s founding deputy is a former military official,’ and that the party would be aimed at bringing ‘together prominent figures from the Egyptian society.’

The report cited founding member Emad Abdel Sattar as saying that party ‘believes in vesting all powers in the president after selecting him or her carefully,’ and that ‘preparations are underway to choose the most competent person to represent the party.’

Al-Masry Al-Youm added that an Egyptian Nazi party ‘operated secretly under former President Hosni Mubarak, whose regime prevented party leaders from carrying out their activities freely.'” Read more.

Categories: Radical Islam
  1. Anonymous
    07/07/2011 at 11:02 AM

    Good poem, and true. Did you write that?


  2. ICA
    07/07/2011 at 1:12 PM

    Yes, during a fleeting moment of inspiration …


  3. Willard
    07/10/2011 at 7:01 PM

    Interesting read – The terracotta (i.e., earthenware) bust comes from the vicinity of the altar within the Greek ‘goddess’ Hera at Paestum, in a still-standing temple devoted to her. (Think Parthenon but less well-known). The piece (and the temple) date to ~520-530 BC, just a few years prior to the end of the Jews’ captivity in Babylon, as recorded in several prophetic books, including most notably, Daniel.



  4. ICA
    07/10/2011 at 7:33 PM

    Hmmm, that I did not know. Thanks for sharing Willard.


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