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Egyptian Against Egyptian: At Least 36 Killed As Violence Spreads, Christian Priest Murdered In Sinai

Warning: The video following the excerpt may be disturbing to some. Shortly after a pro-Morsi demonstrator can be seen carrying the black flag of Al-Qaeda, two opponents are thrown from a building and beaten, presumably, to death. This is the “moderate” Brotherhood that Barack Obama supports, not to mention Al-Qaeda that is “currently planning reprisal operations by which to attack the army and the Morsi-opposition” all throughout Egypt

The Guardian – “A Christian priest has been shot dead in the northern Sinai in what could be the first sectarian killing since the military overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi, as funerals took place for at least 36 people killed between Friday and Saturday in demonstrations and rioting.

Mina Aboud Sharween was attacked in the early afternoon on Saturday while walking in the Masaeed area in El Arish, which is close to the Gaza Strip.

Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood criticised Pope Tawadros, spiritual leader of Egypt’s 8 million Copts, for giving his blessing to the removal of the president and attending the announcement by the head of the army, General Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, suspending the constitution.

The army-appointed interim president, Adly Mansour, met Sisi as senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood, including Morsi, remained in military detention.

Morsi’s supporters have vowed to remain on the streets until he is reinstated. His opponents, meanwhile, have called for more mass rallies to defend what they call the ‘gains of June 30’, a reference to the start of massive protests to call for the removal of the president.

In Cairo, only a fraction of the city’s normally heavy traffic was on the streets on Saturday amid worries that violence could flare again.

Mansour also met on Saturday with leaders of Tamarod (Rebel), the youth movement that organised the mass anti-Morsi demonstrations.

Egyptian cities were left strewn with rocks, glass and bullet casings on Saturday morning after almost 24 hours of violence which left more than 1,100 injured.

Clashes had erupted on Friday night between supporters and opponents of Morsi in central Cairo and other cities across Egypt, as fears of an expected backlash against his removal materialised.” Read more.

Obama’s Egypt Decision: Side With Ousted Muslim Brotherhood-Dominated Islamist Government – “After 6+ hours from the moment the Commander of the Egyptian Armed Forces announced to his nation that the Muslim Brotherhood-dominated government of President Mohamed Morsi had been ousted, the Administration of Barack Obama responded with the heavy usage of diplomatic-speak to essentially state he’s quite unhappy with the military coup as well as issuing a carefully crafted threat to cancel future U.S. foreign aid to the North African nation …” Read more.

Al-Qaeda Vows To Rescue Muslim Brotherhood In Egypt – “Now that the Muslim Brotherhood – the CIA’s ‘color revolution’ proxy in Egypt – has been deposed, another CIA asset, al-Qaeda, has vowed to come to the rescue. According to Arab-language website Veto Gate, ‘al-Qaeda, under the leadership of Muhammad Zawahiri, is currently planning reprisal operations by which to attack the army and the Morsi-opposition all around the Republic [of Egypt].'” Read more.

  1. 07/07/2013 at 5:29 AM

    Reblogged this on Latter Times News and commented:
    Study Isaiah 19 carefully!


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