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Egyptian ‘Sheikdown’: Voting For ‘Secular’ Candidate Would Be Against Islam, Must Vote For Someone Who Will Implement Sharia And Liberate Jerusalem

05/19/2012 Leave a comment

In other words, this Muslim preacher is telling the Egyptian people to vote for the Muslim Brotherhood candidate. Because he is compelled by the religion-of-no-compulsion to tell them who to vote for. Because democracy is forbidden. And there is no freedom in Islam. So voting has become a religious duty. Because buying votes would be a ‘great sin’. Except for when the Muslim Brotherhood does it. So it is imperative for every Egyptian to freely vote for a pro-Sharia candidate who will take away that forbidden freedom …

Isaiah 19:4, “‘And the Egyptians I will give Into the hand of a cruel master, And a fierce king will rule over them,’ Says the Lord, the LORD of hosts.”

By Al-Masry Al-Youm, Egypt Independent – “Muslim preacher Safwat Hegazy, who has been campaigning for the Muslim Brotherhood’s presidential candidate, Mohamed Morsy, said it is against religion to elect a presidential candidate who wants to establish a state based on liberalism, secularism, communism or socialism.

During Friday prayers in Nagda Mosque in Nagaa Hammadi, Qena, Hegazy called on people not to elect a candidate who participated in the injustice and the corruption of the former regime or who even remained silent watching the injustice and corruption of Hosni Mubarak and his entourage.

Hegazy said voters should choose the candidate who would apply Sharia and ‘who would be living in Cairo, but would tremble in fear [of God] if asked about a hungry person in Nag Hammadi.’

He described the elections as a testimony before God and a great responsibility, and said: ‘If you choose a man who corrupted the country, you will be responsible with him for his corruption and will be held accountable with him [before God]. But if you choose a man who abides by the law of God and establishes justice, you will be rewarded with him. Everyone will be held accountable [by God] if the next president is ill-chosen, and we should not blame but ourselves.’

Hegazy stressed that participating in the elections is a religious duty and that not voting or invalidating one’s vote is against religion. He added that buying votes is a ‘great sin.’

‘We want a president who we can tell, ‘Fear God and His law and judge according to His Book.’ We want a president who will free Palestine and Jerusalem to tell the world that the law of God has returned in Egypt,’ he said.

A large number of Brotherhood members and Morsy supporters were reportedly attending the sermon, passing out campaign flyers.” Source – Egypt Independent.

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