For the last few days we have been hearing about riots in the streets of Cairo threatening to oust President Hosni Mubarak from his 30 year reign as dictator of Egypt.
The media makes us think this is a good thing because it’s all about fighting for democracy, however the facts in Cairo are quite different. The revolution started on Friday, encouraged by the Imams in the mosques. The protest for survival, that they can no longer afford the price of food and there are no jobs, has been put together with the Islamic propaganda they have listened to all their lives.
What the West needs to understand is that the ultimate goal of Islam is Muslim Imperialism. Muslims want to conquer the world for Islam to usher in a Caliphate—that is, a supreme totalitarian Islamic government that would forcibly impose Sharia law on everyone. So in a way , WWIII has already begun, but most people don’t know it.
Mubarak’s position is weak at best and his only option to stay in power is to begin shooting protesters dead in the street like they did in Iran. – The man who wants to replace him is the former head of I.A.E.A Mohamed ElBaradei who shielded the Iranian nuclear weapons programs for years.
Looking over his shoulder is the Muslim Brotherhood connected to the Wahabi out of Saudi Arabia who supplied the terrorist for 9/11. He is seen as an ally of the Muslim Brotherhood, the main opposition force in Egypt.
What is the Muslim Brotherhood? The Society of the Muslim Brothers (الإخوان Al-Ikhwān) is the world’s oldest and largest Islamic political group. It was founded in Egypt in 1928 by the Islamic scholar and Sufi schoolteacher Hassan al-Banna. – The Brotherhood’s stated goal is to instill the Qur’an and Sunnah as the“sole reference point for the life of a Muslim family, individual, community and state”.
The Brotherhood quickly gained many followers throughout North Africa and the Middle East and influenced the development of Muslim groups in other regions. It became politicized after 1938, rejecting Westernization, modernization, and secularization. Suppressed in Egypt after a 1954 assassination attempt on Gamal Abdel Nasser, it operated clandestinely in the 1960s and ’70s. Beginning in the late 1980s, it experienced an upsurge; though its candidates were often listed under other parties, Brotherhood candidates competed in legislative elections in Egypt and Jordan. As a means of circumventing the ban, supporters run for office as Independents. -Other groups with different names, such as Al Qaeda, Hamas and Hezbullah, are today all part of it.
The Muslim Brotherhood is banned in Egypt, and members have been arrested for their participation in it. – But Reuter’s News reported just today that 34 of its members, including seven members of the leadership, walked out of prison on Sunday after relatives of prisoners overcame the guards, a Brotherhood official said. The relatives stormed the prison in Wadi el-Natroun, 80 miles northwest of Cairo, and set free several thousand of the inmates, Brotherhood office manager Mohamed Osama told Reuters.
Emboldened by these demonstrations, other surrounding Islamic countries are following suit. Tunisia, Albania, Jordan, Yemen, – just to name a few.
Will the Muslim Brotherhood succeed to gain control? Will fanatical Islam end up ruling Egypt? At the time I am writing this, opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei is calling for President Hosni Mubarak to step down.
Whatever happens in Egypt, it will surely affect Israel and the entire West.