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Old March 8th, 2012 #1
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Default Egypt’s military prosecutors look into allegations against key activists

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CAIRO—Egypt’s military prosecutors are investigating allegations against 12 top activists, including a leader of the 2011 uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak and a bestselling novelist, the official news agency reported Thursday.

It said the allegations, which include inciting hatred against the military and trying to overthrow the government, were filed by more than 700 members of the public to the office of Egypt’s top prosecutor.
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Among them are world famous novelist Alaa al-Aswany, a harsh critic of the military, and former Google executive and activist Wael Ghoneim, who shot to world attention for his role in organizing the 18-day uprising that toppled Mubarak.

Wael Ghonim, another "hero" of the revolutions,
another stooge working for ElBaradei


While Wael Ghonim is portrayed as a passionate activist fighting for the Egyptian people, his allegiances are much more specific. Having been living abroad in Dubai, his Facebook page didn't pop-up overnight, it was actually created nearly a year ago in tandem with Mohamed ElBaradei's arrival in Egypt during February 2010. Ghonim also created ElBaradei's official campaign website. Ghonim and ElBaradei then concurrently campaigned for the coming November 2010 Egyptian election and built up an opposition network in support for ElBaradei. This network included the April 6 Movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the independent labor unions now making up the bulk of the protests.
 
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Default Egypt no longer welcomes those who are like me

Ukrainian "regime changers" take note.

One of the figureheads of Egypt's 2011 uprising says he is staying away from the country "as Egypt no longer welcomes those who are like me".

Wael Ghonim's statement comes amid claims by fellow activists that Egypt's government has returned to the authoritarianism of the pre-2011 era.

Ghonim – who is now based in the United Arab Emirates – first rose to global prominence during demonstrations that led to the fall of former dictator Hosni Mubarak in February 2011. The founder of a popular Facebook group that criticised Egyptian police brutality, Ghonim used his considerable following on the social media site to promote the protests.

His activism led to an 11-day spell in police custody during the uprising, and despite his protestations, Ghonim subsequently became a poster boy for the revolution, both in and outside Egypt. Among many other plaudits he was one of Time magazine's 100 people of the year.

Three years on, Ghonim once again appears to be an enemy of the establishment, targeted alongside other activists in recent days by a pro-regime television channel, al-Kahera Wal Nas. In a bid to discredit him and the 2011 uprising, the channel aired some of Ghonim's private telephone conversations earlier this month. A presenter claimed the conversations demonstrated that Ghonim had used ZOG'S revolution for his own gain.

In his first public statement in over six months, Ghonim returned to Facebook this week to condemn the broadcast, which he said "violated the laws and constitutions of any country in the world".

He added: "I have never been a traitor to my country, nor excessive in my principles, nor contrary to law", and said that he would be prepared to return to Egypt to defend his name should any charges be brought against him. Ghonim declined to comment further to the Guardian.

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Default Egypt court sentences 528 Morsi supporters to death

A court in Egypt has sentenced to death 528 supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.

They were convicted of charges including murdering a policeman and attacks on people and property.

The group is among some 1,200 Muslim Brotherhood supporters on trial, including senior members.

Authorities have cracked down harshly on Islamists since Mr Morsi was removed by the military in July.

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Default How Egypt is Stopping the Next "Syrian War"

The West's next proxy war is being stopped before it starts in Egypt.

March 25, 2014 (Tony Cartalucci) - The unprecedented sentencing of over 500 Muslim Brotherhood members to death in Egypt for their role in the attack, torture, and murder of an Egyptian policeman, is the culmination of a lighting fast, all encompassing security crackdown across the pivotal North African Arab nation. The move has created a chilling effect that has left the otherwise violent mobs of the Muslim Brotherhood silent and the streets they generally sow their chaos in, peaceful and empty.

The New York Times reported in its article, "Hundreds of Egyptians Sentenced to Death in Killing of a Police Officer," that:
A crowd gathered outside a courthouse in the town of Matay erupted in wailing and rage on Monday when a judge sentenced 529 defendants to death in just the second session of their trial, convicting them of murdering a police officer in anger at the ouster of the Islamist president. Here in the provincial capital just a few miles away, schools shut down early, and many stayed indoors fearing a riot, residents said.

But the crowds went home, and soon the streets were quiet.
The move by the Egyptian courts has attracted the predictable condemnation of the US State Department. The Washington Post's article, "Egyptian court sentences 529 people to death," stated:
The United States was “deeply concerned, and I would say actually pretty shocked,” about the mass death sentences, said Marie Harf, a State Department spokeswoman. “It defies logic” and “certainly does not seem possible that a fair review of evidence and testimony, consistent with international standards,” could have been conducted over a two-day period, she said.
While the US continues to feign support for the government in Cairo, it was fully behind the Muslim Brotherhood-led regime of Mohamed Morsi, its mobs in the streets, and the networks of NGOs inside Egypt supporting and defending their activities.

The most recent of these NGOs on display is the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) cited by the above mentioned New York Times article which claimed:
“We have never heard of anything of this magnitude before — inside or outside of Egypt — that was within a judicial system as opposed to a mass execution,” said Karim Medhat Ennarah, a researcher at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights who specializes in criminal justice.

“It is quite ridiculous,” he said, arguing that it would be impossible to prove that 500 people each played a meaningful role in the killing of a single police officer, especially after just one or two short sessions of the trial. “Clearly this is an attempt to intimidate and terrorize the opposition, and specifically the Islamist opposition, but why would the judge get so deeply involved in politics up to this point?”

EIPR is funded by among others, the Australian Embassy in Cairo, and carries out the same familiar role that other Western-funded NGOs did during the "Arab Spring" in 2011 - the covering up of the opposition's violence and atrocities, and the leveraging of "human rights" to condemn the subsequent security crackdowns carried out in return by the state.


How Egypt Got Here

Egypt's current turmoil is a direct result of the 2011 so-called "Arab Spring." While nations like Libya lie in ruins with the "revolution" a "success" and the Libyan people now subjugated by pro-Western proxies, and Syria as continues to fight on in a costly 3 year conflict that has cost tens of thousands of lives, Egypt has taken a different path.



When violent mobs began inching Egypt toward violence of Libyan and Syrian proportions, the Egyptian military, who has been the primary brokers of power in Egypt for decades, bent with the winds of change. Hosni Mubarak was ousted from power and the military tolerated the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood itself into power. However, before they did so, they laid the groundwork for its eventual undoing.

The military leadership bid its time patiently, waiting for the right moment to unseat the Brotherhood and swiftly shatter its networks politically and militarily. It was a masterstroke that has so far saved Egypt from the same fate suffered by other nations still burning in the chaos unleashed by the "Arab Spring."


Egypt's Internal Crisis is Driven by External Meddling and Interests

In January of 2011, we were told that "spontaneous," "indigenous" uprising had begun sweeping North Africa and the Middle East in what was called the "Arab Spring." It would be months before the West's media would admit that the US had been behind the uprisings and that they were anything but "spontaneous," or "indigenous." In an April 2011 article published by the New York Times titled, "U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings," it was stated:
"A number of the groups and individuals directly involved in the revolts and reforms sweeping the region, including the April 6 Youth Movement in Egypt, the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and grass-roots activists like Entsar Qadhi, a youth leader in Yemen, received training and financing from groups like the International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute and Freedom House, a nonprofit human rights organization based in Washington."
The article would also add, regarding the US National Endowment for Democracy (NED):
"The Republican and Democratic institutes are loosely affiliated with the Republican and Democratic Parties. They were created by Congress and are financed through the National Endowment for Democracy, which was set up in 1983 to channel grants for promoting democracy in developing nations. The National Endowment receives about $100 million annually from Congress. Freedom House also gets the bulk of its money from the American government, mainly from the State Department. "
Far from simply capitalizing or "co-opting" genuine unrest, preparations for the "Arab Spring" began as early as 2008. Egyptian activists from the now infamous April 6 movement were in New York City for the inaugural Alliance of Youth Movements (AYM) summit, also known as Movements.org.

There, they received training, networking opportunities, and support from AYM's various corporate and US governmental sponsors, including the US State Department itself. The AYM 2008 summit report (page 3 of .pdf) states that the Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, James Glassman attended, as did Jared Cohen who sits on the policy planning staff of the Office of the Secretary of State. Six other State Department staff members and advisers would also attend the summit along with an immense list of corporate, media, and institutional representatives.

Shortly afterward, April 6 would travel to Serbia to train under US-funded CANVAS, formally the US-funded NGO "Otpor" who helped overthrow the government of Serbia in 2000. Otpor, the New York Times would report, was a "well-oiled movement backed by several million dollars from the United States." After its success it would change its name to CANVAS and begin training activists to be used in other US-backed regime change operations.

The April 6 Movement, after training with CANVAS, would return to Egypt in 2010, along with UN IAEA Chief Mohammed ElBaradei. April 6 members would even be arrested while awaiting for ElBaradei's arrival at Cairo's airport in mid-February. Already, ElBaradei, as early as 2010, announced his intentions of running for president in the 2011 elections. Together with April 6, Wael Ghonim of Google, and a coalition of other opposition parties, ElBaradei assembled his "National Front for Change" and began preparing for the coming "Arab Spring."

Clearly then, the "Arab Spring" was long planned - and planned from abroad - with activists from Tunisia and Egypt on record receiving training and support from the West so that they could return home and sow unrest in a region-wide coordinated campaign.

An April 2011 AFP report would confirm this, when US State Department's Michael Posner would admit that tens of millions of dollars had been allocated to equip and train activists 2 years ahead of the "Arab Spring."

The Muslim Brotherhood's role was hidden in plain site. While the Western media focused on the more presentable "pro-democracy" leaders it had trained and put at the head of the mobs in Tahrir Square, it was the Muslim Brotherhood's large membership that filled the rest of the square. They were also responsible for launching armed attacks across Egypt leading to the "revolution's" 800+ death toll.


Image: Mohamed Morsi - hardly a "hardline extremists" himself, he is the embodiment of the absolute fraud that is the Muslim Brotherhood - a leadership of Western-educated, Western-serving technocrats posing as "pious Muslims" attempting to cultivate a base of fanatical extremists prepared to intimidate through violence the Brotherhood's opposition. Failing that, they are prepared to use (and have used) extreme violence to achieve their political agenda.

Egyptians quickly became distrustful of the protest's leadership, particularly ElBaradei who's ties to Western interests were uncovered and led to his swift fall from influence. The protest movement lacked the political machinery to actually fill the void their movement had created. Once again, the West turned to the Muslim Brotherhood - and the Western-educated Mohamed Morsi for results.


The Muslim Brotherhood's Resurrection

The Muslim Brotherhood is a faux-theocratic sectarian extremist movement - a regional movement that transcends national borders. It is guilty sowing decades of violent discord not only in Egypt, but across the Arab World and it has remained a serious threat to secular, nationalist states from Algeria to Syria and back again.


Image: Backlash against the Brotherhood. Despite the Muslim Brotherhood's political success, it represents a violent, loud, minority that is quietly opposed by the vast majority of not only Egyptians, but Arabs across North Africa and the Middle East. Its high level of organization, immense funding provided by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and even the West, including Israel, allows it to perpetuate itself in spite of its unpopularity, while its violent tactics allow it to challenge dissent.

Today, the Western press decries Egyptian and Syrian efforts to curb these sectarian extremists, particularly in Syria where the government was accused of having "massacred" armed Brotherhood militants in Hama in 1982. The constitutions of secular Arab nations across Northern Africa and the Middle East, including the rewritten Syrian Constitution, have attempted to exclude sectarian political parties, especially those with "regional" affiliations to prevent the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda affiliated political movements from ever coming into power.

And while specter of sectarian extremists taking power in Egypt or Syria may seem like an imminent threat to Western (including Israeli) interests - it in reality is a tremendous boon.

Morsi himself is by no means an "extremists" or an "Islamist." He is a US-educated technocrat who merely posed as "hardline" in order to cultivate the fanatical support of the Brotherhood's rank and file. Several of Morsi's children are even US citizens.

Despite a long campaign of feigned anti-American, anti-Israeli propaganda during the Egyptian presidential run-up, the Muslim Brotherhood had joined US, European, and Israeli calls for "international" intervention in Syria. Egypt had also broken off diplomatic relations with Syria which were only restored after Morsi was finally ousted from power.

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The Muslim Brotherhood's Syrian affiliates have been funneling weapons, cash, and foreign fighters into Syria to fight Wall Street, London, Riyadh, Doha, and Tel Aviv's proxy war.

In Reuters 'May 6, 2012 article titled, "Syria's Muslim Brotherhood rise from the ashes," it stated:

"Working quietly, the Brotherhood has been financing Free Syrian Army defectors based in Turkey and channeling money and supplies to Syria, reviving their base among small Sunni farmers and middle class Syrians, opposition sources say."


The Muslim Brotherhood was nearing extinction in Syria before the latest unrest, and while Reuters categorically fails in its report to explain the "how" behind the Brotherhood's resurrection, it was revealed in a 2007 New Yorker article titled, "The Redirection" by Seymour Hersh.

The Brotherhood was being directly backed by the US and Israel who were funneling support through the Saudis so as to not compromise the "credibility" of the so-called "Islamic" movement. Hersh revealed that members of the Lebanese Saad Hariri clique, then led by Fouad Siniora, had been the go-between for US planners and the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood.

Hersh reports the Lebanese Hariri faction had met Dick Cheney in Washington and relayed personally the importance of using the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria in any move against the ruling government:

"[Walid] Jumblatt then told me that he had met with Vice-President Cheney in Washington last fall to discuss, among other issues, the possibility of undermining Assad. He and his colleagues advised Cheney that, if the United States does try to move against Syria, members of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood would be “the ones to talk to,” Jumblatt said."

The article would continue by explaining how already in 2007, US and Saudi backing had begun benefiting the Brotherhood:

"There is evidence that the Administration’s redirection strategy has already benefitted the Brotherhood. The Syrian National Salvation Front is a coalition of opposition groups whose principal members are a faction led by Abdul Halim Khaddam, a former Syrian Vice-President who defected in 2005, and the Brotherhood. A former high-ranking C.I.A. officer told me, “The Americans have provided both political and financial support. The Saudis are taking the lead with financial support, but there is American involvement.” He said that Khaddam, who now lives in Paris, was getting money from Saudi Arabia, with the knowledge of the White House. (In 2005, a delegation of the Front’s members met with officials from the National Security Council, according to press reports.) A former White House official told me that the Saudis had provided members of the Front with travel documents.

Jumblatt said he understood that the issue was a sensitive one for the White House. “I told Cheney that some people in the Arab world, mainly the Egyptians”—whose moderate Sunni leadership has been fighting the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood for decades—“won’t like it if the United States helps the Brotherhood. But if you don’t take on Syria we will be face to face in Lebanon with Hezbollah in a long fight, and one we might not win.”"


It was warned that such backing would benefit the Brotherhood as a whole, not just in Syria, and could effect public opinion even as far as in Egypt where a long battle against the hardliners was fought in order to keep Egyptian governance secular. Clearly the Brotherhood did not spontaneously rise back to power in Syria, it was resurrected by US, Israeli, and Saudi cash, weapons and directives. It was similarly resurrected in Egypt as well.


Syria's Chaos is a Warning of Egypt's Possible Future

Even as the world begins to reap what was sown in Syria through the intentional resurrection of the Muslim Brotherhood by the West and the extremist factions that the Brotherhood has on record facilitated, it appears that there has been no collective lesson learned by the general public, including many claiming to be "geopolitical experts."

The same destabilization, step-by-step, is being carried out in Egypt once again through the Muslim Brotherhood. Legions of terrorists are waiting in Egypt's Sinai region for the Brotherhood to sufficiently lay the groundwork in Egypt's population centers so that they can be destroyed, just as has been done in Syria. And behind it all is the West, desperately trying to dislodge the Egyptian military from power with a combination of unpalatable carrots and broken sticks.

US corporate-funded policy think tanks like the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, have expressed America's desire to see the Egyptian military cut down to size, and removed entirely as a political power broker, just as has been done in Turkey. In fact, the West is so proud of what has been accomplished in Turkey, it refers to the removal of any independent military institution around the world and its replacement by an easily manipulated proxy regime, the "Turkish model."

The Endowment's post titled, "Egypt Can’t Replicate the Turkish Model: But It Can Learn From It," best articulates this desire by stating:

In Egypt, a number of younger and more moderate Islamists have pointed to Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) as a source of inspiration, citing legal reform, successful economic management, and electoral victories as models to be emulated. In some policy quarters, Turkey has even been presented as an overall model for the Arab world—a characterization which derives largely from its seemingly unique ability to couple secular democracy with a predominantly Muslim society.

And that (emphasis added):

The party has not only increased its support in secular businesses and the middle classes, but also rendered the idea of a powerful state—which commands the economy as well as the lives of Muslims through Islamic principles—an obsolete one. For the most part, the AKP has maintained the basic constitutional and institutional structure of the Turkish state, but has enacted constitutional amendments for EU harmonization and curtailed the power of the military. In other words, Islam and democracy have become compatible in Turkey under neoliberalism.

Saudi Arabia's Al Monitor, a clearinghouse for Western political spin, states clearly in its article, "Egypt’s Second Revolution a Blow to Turkey," that (emphasis added):

The Egyptian army considers Turkey’s Justice and Development Party to be a political rival and an ally of the Muslim Brotherhood. Moreover, the Egyptian military establishment views the Turkish model of limiting the power of Turkey’s military establishment by means of an alliance with Washington as a model that threatens the presence and interests of the Egyptian army.

Another US corporate-funded think tank, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), cites another, older "Turkish model," the one where the Turkish military was wielding power before being reduced in size and influence - and blames it for the downfall of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. In his post, "In Egypt, the Military Adopts Turkish Model to Check Morsi," Stephen Cook of the CFR wrote:

Shortly after the fall of Mubarak, Field Marshal Tantawi asked for a translation of Turkey’s 1982 constitution, which both endows Turkish officers with wide-ranging powers to police the political arena and curtails the power of civilian leaders. In the June 17 decree, the military hedged against a Morsi victory by approximating the tutelary role the Turkish military enjoyed until recently.

US foreign policy think tanks and editorial columns are awash with comparisons between Egypt and Turkey and how Egypt can be transformed through the elimination of its politically influential military into a proxy state more like Turkey - a NATO member permanently bent to the will of Wall Street, London, and the European Union.

How far the West is willing and able to go in Egypt to achieve this reordering and along what path they will do it is still difficult to tell. How far they are willing to go in general can be seen in the rubble strewn streets of Syria's smoldering, decimated cities. With the addition of the Muslim Brotherhood to the formula, and considering their role in Syria's continued destruction, Egypt's military-led government may be accused of using excessive force - but with Egypt many times larger than Syria in terms of population and land area, and considering the devastation and loss of life that has occurred in Syria, the alternative - appeasement, temporary accommodation, denial, or inaction - is utterly unacceptable.


Image: While the Western media attempts to portray the military coup as an antiquated feature of failed states, it has been and always will be an essential "check and balance" of last resort. In Egypt, the military initially bent with the force of foreign-funded political destabilization as part of the "Arab Spring," bid its time, and when the moment was right, overthrew the West's proxy-regime of Mohamed Morsi. It did so with decisive and unyielding security operations to permanently uproot the regime's power, and stem any attempts of triggering armed conflict backed by the West to reclaim power. The "Egyptian Model" may prove instructive for Thailand's current political crisis.

The swift decisiveness the Egyptian military has acted with against what is clearly a foreign-driven, armed, dangerous subversion of Egypt's stability serves as a model for other nations to follow, including Thailand which is facing down the prospect of widespread terrorism carried out by extremists loyal to the US-backed, crumbling regime of Thaksin Shinawatra. It is a model that had Syria or Libya followed, tens of thousands of lives could have been spared, and the lives of millions more left unscathed by years of bloodshed and war.

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An Egyptian court Wednesday sentenced 120 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood group to three years in jail each over riotous acts in October last year.

As Egypt was commemorating the 40th anniversary of the 1973 war against Israel, rival rallies by supporters and opponents of Muslim Brotherhood turned violent, leaving more than 50 people killed in October last year, Xinhua reported.

The defendants faced also charges including unlawful assembly and thuggery.

Following the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July last year, his supporters have been holding continual protests against the army-installed government.

In December last year, the authorities declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organisation.

The authorities disbanded Morsi supporters' main sit-ins in Cairo after his removal in August last year, and in an ensuing crackdown more than 1,000 people were killed.

More than 15,000 Islamists, mostly Muslim Brotherhood members, have also been jailed, while hundreds have been sentenced to death after speedy trials.

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Default "Australian" journalist Peter Greste jailed for seven years for 'defaming Egypt'

Cairo: "Australian" journalist Peter Greste and his two al-Jazeera (mouthpiece of ZOG) colleagues have been found guilty by an Egyptian court and sentenced to seven years in prison for producing false news to defame Egypt.

http://www.smh.com.au/world/australi...623-zsjep.html


Peter Greste is a dual citizen of Australia and Latvia.

During the hearing Greste told the judge: “The idea that I could have an association with (ZOG's) Muslim Brotherhood is frankly preposterous.”



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Default Al-Jazeera Team Did "Devil's" Work

An Egyptian judge released his reasoning for harsh sentences issued against three Al-Jazeera journalists, saying they were brought together "by the devil" to destabilize the country.

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Default Security sweep leads to the arrest of 477 ZOG's Muslim Brotherhood members in Egypt

Egyptian security forces have detained 477 members of the Muslim Brotherhood in security swoops in the past 12 days, the Interior Ministry said Sunday.

"Some 477 members of the 'terrorist' Muslim Brotherhood group and rioters have been arrested in various provinces," the ministry said in a statement.

According to the statement, 2,013 firearms and 12 workshops for manufacturing weapons had been seized during the raids.

The statement said that 15 gangs of arms traffickers had also been detained.

Since last year's ouster of elected President Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's military-backed government has waged a relentless crackdown on political dissent – largely targeting Morsi supporters – which has seen hundreds killed and thousands detained.

Last year, Egyptian authorities designated the decades-old Brotherhood, the group from which Morsi hails, a "terrorist" organization, blaming it for a spate of deadly attacks on security officials in the country.

The Brotherhood denies the allegations, saying that it is committed to peaceful activism.

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Cairo: "Australian" journalist Peter Greste and his two al-Jazeera (mouthpiece of ZOG) colleagues have been found guilty by an Egyptian court and sentenced to seven years in prison for producing false news to defame Egypt.

http://www.smh.com.au/world/australi...623-zsjep.html


Peter Greste is a dual citizen of Australia and Latvia.

During the hearing Greste told the judge: “The idea that I could have an association with (ZOG's) Muslim Brotherhood is frankly preposterous.”


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Peter Greste: Al-Jazeera journalist 'freed by Egypt'

Jailed al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste is being deported from Egypt, the state news agency and police say.

The "Australian" ex-BBC correspondent was arrested in December 2013 and imprisoned last June on charges including spreading false news.

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"The court ruled to ban the (Hamas) Qassam Brigades and to list it as a terrorist group," said Judge Mohamed al-Sayid of the special Cairo court which deals with urgent cases.
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CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court put ousted Islamist president Mohamed Mursi on trial on Sunday on charges of endangering national security by leaking state secrets and sensitive documents to ZOG's Qatar, furthering a state crackdown on his outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.

Mursi, who was toppled by the army in 2013 after mass protests against his rule, remained defiant, insisting he was Egypt's legitimate president despite facing several court cases.

"This court does not represent anything to me," said Mursi, who was on trial with 10 other people. The maximum penalty if convicted is death.

Relations between Qatar, a Gulf Arab state, and Egypt have been icy since July 2013, when Egypt's then-army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi overthrew Mursi and then launched a tough security crackdown against Islamists.

Qatar had supported Mursi, who is already in jail along with thousands of Brotherhood members, many of whom have been sentenced to death on separate charges.

The public prosecutor had said Mursi's aides were involved in leaking to Qatari intelligence, documents which exposed the location of and weapons held by the Egyptian armed forces and detailed the country's foreign and domestic policies.

Human rights groups accuse Sisi, who went on to become Egypt's elected president last year, of suppressing dissent, an allegation the government denies.

"We were abducted and tortured to pressure us to confess falsehoods," said defendant Amin al-Serafy, who was a secretary in the presidency under Mursi.

Islamist militants based in the Sinai Peninsula have killed hundreds of soldiers and policemen since Mursi was deposed.

Sisi says the Brotherhood still poses a serious threat to Egyptian security despite the crackdown, which has weakened what was once Egypt's most organised political organisation.

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Egypt’s state prosecutor, the man behind a sweeping crackdown on Islamist supporters of Mohamed Morsi, the ousted president, died yesterday from injuries received in a huge bomb attack in northern Cairo.

An explosion ripped through the convoy of Hisham Barakat, 65, as it travelled past the military academy in the affluent suburb of Heliopolis. He died later in the El Nozha hospital.

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Now get this:


In July of 2013, my tears fell as the plane took off. For the first time in my life, I was desperate to leave Egypt, despite not knowing when I would be able to return. A few days prior, a military coup had toppled our two-year-old struggling democracy.

I had lived most of my life as an outsider. I never belonged to a majority. As a child, I was the Egyptian kid growing up in Saudi Arabia, and when I moved to Egypt at the age of 13, I became “the kid who came back from Saudi.” At 17, I became religious, and my family and friends called me an extremist. At 30, I was an anonymous activist–who barely knew any activists. And now, at 37, I’m the Egyptian who just moved to the US and is once again struggling to prove his worth.

My early childhood seems to have been contained in a sheltered bubble. I went to private schools in Saudi Arabia and Egypt, spent most of my time at home, and my parents knew everything about my friends. But at the age of 14, I burst that bubble. I decided to leave private school and join a public one.

blah, blah, blah...
Wael Ghonim, Boston — September 2017


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More on the way with the help of this website
https://www.whatpassport.com/countries/Egypt

"...Egypt

Egypt was a British Protectorate from 1914 up to 31.12.1922 and a Foreign Country with ETJ up until 14.10.1949. You could be eligible for British citizenship if you were:

Born in Egypt after 31.12.1948 and before 14.10.1949, and you have a grandparent born in the UK.

Born between 31.12.1948 and 31.12.1982, a parent was born in Egypt before 14.10.1949 and that parent had a parent born in the UK.

Born after 01.01.1983, a parent was born in Egypt before 31.12.1922 and that parent had a parent born in the UK..."
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Mohamed Morsi, the former president of Egypt and top Muslim Brotherhood official who was ousted by the military in 2013 and had been standing trial for espionage, collapsed and died during a court session Monday, state television reported.

Morsi, 67, was in court when he suddenly blacked out and then died, according to state television.

An Egyptian judicial official told the Associated Press that Morsi had just addressed the court, speaking from the glass cage he is kept in during sessions and warning that he had "many secrets" he could reveal before collapsing minutes later.

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Here's a post that I wrote about Egypt in my thread Jewish influence in the Muslim world:

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Egypt's ruthless, thoroughly evil dictator Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who loves to torture and murder people who disagree with him, is rumored to be a crypto-jew, i.e. one of those jews who pretend to convert to their host population's religion – in this case Islam – in order to infiltrate and take over their society:


https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.pre...-jew-1.5247587


https://www.memri.org/reports/egypti...l-president-al

I don't know if this claim is true or if it's just an unfounded rumor that was started by al-Sisi's political opponents, but it is a fact that al-Sisi is pro-jewish:


https://www.washingtoninstitute.org/...itage-in-egypt

...and it's also a fact that jews are very rich and influential in Egypt. Ahmed Zayat's biography is a good example of what I'm talking about:


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmed_Zayat
 
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I don't know if this claim is true or if it's just an unfounded rumor that was started by al-Sisi's political opponents, but it is a fact that al-Sisi is pro-jewish
We ought to study the matter further on your thread, Stewart. The Egyptians certainly (and unusually) seem to have the measure of duplicitous HAMAS and as for Sisi, he gave aid to Bashar Assad as the globalists screamed for his death AND along with the military stopped their (the globalists) Colour Revolution dead in its tracks. Quite a feat.


Egypt’s military prosecutors look into allegations against key activists

It's really amusing keeping an eye on these "regime change activists", as they invariably end up dead after a year or two when their usefulness runs out, or as this Wael Ghonim, elevated into high ZOG places.

Just look where he is now:


Wael Ghonim
Fellow, Democracy in Hard Places Initiative


Wael Ghonim is a fellow with the Ash Center's Democracy in Hard Places Initiative. A computer engineer, an Internet activist, and a social entrepreneur, Ghonim is a Product Manager at Quora and cofounder of Parlio, an online global community engaging in thoughtful discussions around issues that matter.

https://ash.harvard.edu/people/wael-ghonim-0

"cofounder of Parlio" Imagine that, another one of those "spontaneously grown" social media platforms!

"Democracy in Hard Places Initiative" Imagine that, yet another one of those "non-violent" (((democracy))) appendages!

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Dawn, you claim that Mohamed Morsi is (or was) a ZOG asset. Does that mean that you believe that the jews orchestrated the so-called Arab Spring in Egypt in order to overthrow the jew-lackey Hosni Mubarak and replace him with the (more or less) pro-Palestinian Morsi? And do you also believe that the extremely pro-jewish and anti-Palestinian dictator and murderer al-Sisi is a genuine Egyptian patriot?
 
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