حصاد ام دمار مرسي في عام

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From Our Middle-east sister site www.civicegypt.org

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Bassem Youssef Al Bernameg البرنامج باسم يوسف

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Obama’s Ominous Silence on Egypt Chaos

By Jonathan S. Tobin
Egypt appears to be on the brink of chaos this week but the best advice America’s ambassador has for an embattled religious minority in the world’s most populous country is to stay home. The report about the visit of Ambassador Anne Patterson
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to Coptic Pope Tawadros II came from an Egyptian paper but is spreading rapidly around the Internet and being cited as an example of the tacit support the United States continues to show for the government of President Mohamad Morsi even as the country starts to fall apart But with a mass protest scheduled for Sunday — the event Ambassador Patterson wanted Copts to stay away from — the president’s attitude toward the demonstrations that are shaking Morsi’s grip on power is more than a matter of curiosity.
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This is, after all, an administration that did a lot to encourage the first round of Arab spring protests in Egypt that took down longtime U.S. ally Hosni Mubarak and ultimately replaced him with a Muslim Brotherhood government that may be far worse than deposed authoritarian. But with Morsi’s calling on loyal army units to be reinforced and to be prepared for what may be an effort to suppress the protests, the White House has been remarkably quiet about what’s going on in Egypt.

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The problem here is that as far as many Egyptians are concerned, they have merely swapped a secular tyrant for a theocratic one and now see that that placing the Brotherhood in power was a terrible mistake. The Brotherhood hasn’t shown much aptitude for government and its actions have given the lie to the promises its leaders made to naïve Western journalists about not wishing to impose their fanatical religious beliefs on the rest of the nation.
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There was a moment when Obama could have used the limited leverage that the U.S. has over the situation due to the billions it gives Egypt every year to try and help the military keep the Islamists from taking power. But instead, Obama pressured the army to let the Brotherhood rule. Now, after having been placed under Morsi’s thumb as part of a number of measures undertaken to solidify his party’s grasp on every aspect of Egypt’s government, the Islamists are looking to the army to help keep them in control and the U.S. seems to have nothing more helpful to say about than to tell Christians to stay out of it.
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As with the protests that have shaken the government of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan — another Obama favorite — the U.S. has adopted a position of indifferent silence towards pro-democracy protesters in Cairo and other Egyptian cites where demonstrations have spread. This is very different from the outspoken position the administration took in 2010 when the Arab Spring protests spread across the region.
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The question Americans ought to be asking about U.S. policy toward Egypt is why it was in the interests of the U.S. to support the Arab Spring in 2010 but not to support those Egyptians who wish to prevent their country from falling irrevocably into the hands of Islamists? The inability of the White House to provide a coherent answer to that query can be directly linked to the decline in U.S. influence in the region and the daunting prospects of even worse to come in the future.
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غنية انزل يوم 30-6 لـ بهاء سلطان وثومه

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‫توفيق عكاشه : انا عفريت العلبه للاخوان وهطلعلهم من اى مكان Tawfik Okasha challenges Morsi and the Ikhwan

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قال الإعلامى توفيق عكاشه، اليوم الجمعه، بعد أن نجح الأول فى الهروب من قوات الشرطة بعد صدور قرار من النائب العام بضبطه وإحضاره، أنه إذا كان المصريين يحبون هذا الوطن فعليهم النزول لجميع ميادين مصر ضد حكم الإخوان.

‫وأضاف عكاشه أنه «عفريت العلبة» لجماعة الإخوان وأنه «هطلعلهم من أى مكان»، على حد قوله.

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Ragheb Alama Ya Bint al sultan راغب علامة يا بنت السلطان

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Bint El Sultan بنت السلطان

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Get in Line

A crowded flight is cancelled, and a frazzled agent must rebook a long line of inconvenienced travelers by herself. Suddenly, an angry passenger pushes to the front and demands to be on the next flight, first class.
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The agent replies, “I’m sorry, sir. I’ll be happy to try to help you, but I’ve got to help these folks first.”

The passenger screams, “Do you have ANY idea who I am?”

The gate agent grabs her public address microphone, “May I have your attention, please? We have a passenger here WHO DOES NOT KNOW WHO HE IS. If anyone can help him find his identity, please come to gate 17.”

The man grits his teeth, “Screw you.”
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She replies, “I’m sorry, sir, but you’ll have to stand in line for that, too.”

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The New Revolution Has started In Egypt بدأت ثورة جديدة في مصر

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First Murder Of the new revolution by the Ikhwan ا ول قتيل من ثورة جديدة من قبل الإخوا ن
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العدو واحد والوطن واحد..والرب واحد والعمر واحد !!!

يا ابناء مصر يامن ترعرعتم فى كنفها.. شريتم من نيلها وتشربون ، ونهلتم من خيراتها وتنهلون !

هل هناك نـصر أكيد ؟ ام أن مـصيــرنا.. مزابل التاريخ ؟ فكِّروا: إلى اين تقودنا هذه الطغمة الظالمة ،التى تبتغى استرقاقنا و تمزيق الوطن إلى اشلاء ؟؟

ان تاريخها لا يشهد لها ، لا بالأمانة ولا بالوفاء ، وانما يؤكد الخيانة والنفاق .

يامصريون ! انظروا وتمعنوا فيما حولكم : ان من يدبر ويكيد لمصرنا اليوم هما التنظيم السرى للإخوان و ميليشيات الإسلام السياسى . لقد خان الاخوان الوطن وينفذون مؤامرات أعدائه ويستقوون بهم ويسلمونهم مفاتيح أعتابه وابوابه. عليكم ان تواجهوا هذه الحقائق و أن تردُّوا كيدهم في نحورهم وتجعلوا تدبيرهم تدميرا لهم !!

ياشعب مصر يا ثوار : ياناصريون ، يا حمديّون ، يابرادعوية ، يا شفيقيون ، … ، … ! ليكن 30 يونيو، يوم استرداد مِصْرنا .. اجتمعوا على قلب رجل واحد .. فعدونا واحد ووطننا واحد. زلزلوا النظام ..وصعّـدوا النضال..أسقطوا الدجال !. لا للمساومات و الفصال ، مع أهل الضلال !! لا للمهادنة وانصاف الحلول ! ” لاتخافوا من تهويل الانتهازيين..لا تركعوا للاخوان.. لاترضوا بالهوان !! .وإلا.. و إلا فعليكم ان تتهيَّؤوا لصراع دموى طويل مع تنظيمات اسلاموية فاشية لا تعرف الإ منطق القوة و لغة العنف، أو تستسلموا للعبودية فى ليل طويل الأمد .. حالك السواد !!!

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Egyptians prepare for fresh clashes as planned demonstrations against the rule of President Mohamed Morsi looms

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Fears violence could erupt ahead of mass protest, with tensions now near breaking point

Following a week of sectarian murders, deadly street clashes and even rumours of a possible military coup, Egyptians were bracing themselves for further violence tonight as protesters prepared for mass demonstrations against the rule of President Mohamed Morsi.

The protests, which have been anticipated for several weeks, are driven by a grassroots campaign designed to trigger early presidential elections in a country where food prices have doubled in a year and whose economy faces its worst crisis since the 1930s.

Organisers say more than 15 million people have signed up to the initiative, and a massive turnout is expected on Sunday, the first anniversary of the President’s election victory. Many Egyptians now believe the country stands on the brink of yet more social upheaval almost two and a half years after a popular uprising unseated Mr Morsi’s predecessor, Hosni Mubarak.
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“We’re heading towards an unpredictable confrontation which is likely to turn bloody and violent,” said Khalil el-Anani, an Egyptian political analyst.

Islamist supporters of Mr Morsi, who is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, have vowed to take to the streets to defend the President. Large numbers were expected to mass last night in central Cairo, raising fears that clashes could erupt before Sunday.

The military – whose leader, General Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, this week warned he was ready to intervene to prevent Egypt from entering the “dark tunnel of conflict” – was reportedly transferring troops and tanks to bases in Cairo.

“What we’re heading towards is a military coup with a civilian face,” said Egyptian journalist Dina Samak.

Mr Morsi spoke for three hours on television late on Wednesday night. In front of an auditorium packed with his supporters, the President admitted he had made “mistakes” and offered to begin a reconciliation process with his opponents. Yet he lashed out at judges and Mubarak-era politicians, referring by name to figures he believed were conspiring against his government.

In recent days Egypt has increasingly felt like a nation peering into the abyss. Petrol stations across the country have been running dry as motorists stock up on fuel. In Cairo huge queues have developed outside the city’s ATMs, with rumours spreading that banks are running out of cash.
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This week clashes and gun battles erupted in the northern cities of Mansoura and Alexandria, leaving two dead and hundreds injured. All the while news of a sickening sectarian murder has led to a bout of soul-searching among Egyptians.

On Sunday four Shia men were stabbed, lynched and mutilated by a mob in a village near Cairo. The attackers had been spurred on by fundamentalist Sunni sheikhs who objected to a religious feast that was taking place.

Human Rights Watch implicated the Muslim Brotherhood in the murders, saying the killings had occurred following two years of anti-Shia rhetoric which the group had condoned and sometimes participated in.
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Egypt: What next?

Mass protests force Morsi to voluntarily step down

The least combustible outcome, but also the most unlikely given how unyielding Mr Morsi has been so far. The prospect also terrifies both the Muslim Brotherhood and their Islamist allies. Both see their own future in his survival and will not sacrifice him unless they have to.
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Morsi offers concessions

Unwilling to relinquish his grip on power, the President offers an olive branch to opposition. The deal might include a cabinet shake-up or changes to the Islamist-drafted post-revolutionary constitution. Again seems unlikely.

The protests are a damp squib

A nightmare scenario for the opposition. If the demonstrations fizzle out, they will face a hugely empowered Muslim Brotherhood.

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A military intervention

Perhaps the most likely scenario – but also the most troubling. If the military orders Morsi to step down in a ‘soft coup’, sparking fresh elections, the Islamists would feel betrayed and possibly taking up arms. Moreover would the liberal and secular opposition fare any better?

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