Hugging the Brotherhood to Death

Aug 30, 2013 Full story: unitycoalitionforisrael.org 8

When the dust settles in Cairo, at least long enough to make out anything through the smoke and flames, it may turn out that the Muslim Brotherhood has suffered its worst blow at the hands of none other than Barack Hussein Obama ...

Obama could never have intentionally defeated the Muslim Brotherhood. But he may have just hugged it to death ... Full Story

“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#1 Aug 30, 2013
from unitycoalitionforisrael:

"The military and the opposition understood immediately that the only way the overthrow of Morsi could be made palatable to most Egyptians was by portraying it as a fight not merely against the Brotherhood, but against a conspiracy between Washington and the Brotherhood. The Egyptian people might be divided on Morsi, but they could be united against Obama.

"Their plan was to hang Obama around the Muslim Brotherhood’s neck.

"The Muslim Brotherhood belatedly scrambled to portray the coup as an American-Zionist conspiracy, but it was late to the party. Tahrir Square had already been choked with banners demonizing Kerry, Obama and Anne Patterson for their support of the Muslim Brotherhood.

"And the Brotherhood had trouble making the case that its downfall was a plot by Obama, when Obama kept insisting that the Brotherhood’s leaders needed to be released and returned to power.

"Obama played beautifully into the opposition’s hands by denouncing Morsi’s overthrow and urging the release of Muslim Brotherhood leaders. It was a plan that made sense in Washington, which reflexively thinks in terms of issuing orders, but in Cairo it looked like the puppet master demanding the return of his puppets."

Absolutely brilliant!
The rest of the article is worth reading as well.

“Germany”

Since: Apr 13

Wiesbaden

#3 Aug 31, 2013
Put him on a plane and send him to his stone-age country.

“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#4 Aug 31, 2013
Marie-Luise_J wrote:
Put him on a plane and send him to his stone-age country.
Just when Obama is finally proving himself usefull, albeit inadvertently.
Zahari

Egypt

#5 Aug 31, 2013
Egyptians were disillusioned enough by the Morsi/MB government that they didn't need the USA/MB conspiracy to make overthrowing Morsi/MB palatable, Morsi/MB had achieved that on their own already.

However it is true that all that support Obama gave the MB did play the death toll not only for the MB, cause no good Islamist organization can on one hand call the USA the devil yet run to them for protection and still expect to retain any kind of credibility, But Obama siding with the MB against the Egyptian people who wanted Morsi/MB out definitely has reduced the USA credibility and influence within Egypt.
PATX

San Antonio, TX

#6 Aug 31, 2013
Zahari wrote:
Egyptians were disillusioned enough by the Morsi/MB government that they didn't need the USA/MB conspiracy to make overthrowing Morsi/MB palatable, Morsi/MB had achieved that on their own already.
However it is true that all that support Obama gave the MB did play the death toll not only for the MB, cause no good Islamist organization can on one hand call the USA the devil yet run to them for protection and still expect to retain any kind of credibility, But Obama siding with the MB against the Egyptian people who wanted Morsi/MB out definitely has reduced the USA credibility and influence within Egypt.
Just remember, Obama has a low performance and credibility rating here in the US. He has been most instrumental in creating a very bad foreign policy, then trying to lay it off on others.

I personally have nothing against the Egyptian people because of what Anwar Sadat tried to do for the Middle East. I do have something against religious "zealots" who believe they have some sort of manifest destiny to rule the world through a religious order.

The world would do well to separate the wormy apples from the good ones, or set the whole barrel on fire and be done with it.
Egyptian since 20000years

Saint-aubin-lès-elbeuf, France

#7 Aug 31, 2013
Egyptian since 20000years

Saint-aubin-lès-elbeuf, France

#8 Aug 31, 2013
Our egyptian friends.

Many want to be free
from darkness and religious bounds..

They are welcome in the freedom world !

Best wishes of succes to the true Egyptian Spirit !

“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#9 Sep 2, 2013
from unitycoalitionforisrael:

"To understand the Middle East is to understand that the deaths of hundreds of protesters or massive street fighting don’t really matter all that much. Not in a region where Saddam Hussein or the butchers of Sudan could pile up enough corpses to start an entire country and still enjoy the support of the Muslim world.

"The trick is killing the right people. Saddam Hussein killed Shiites and Kurds with religious and ethnic differences from the region’s Arab Sunni baseline. Sudan killed Christians and animists who are infidels and rebellious dhimmis making them even more foreign and more 'killable.'

"It is that foreignness which is all-important. Muslims are not supposed to kill Muslims unless they’re somehow 'foreign' either by being members of a heretical sect or a different ethnic group. And if all else fails, they can be pawns of foreigners. That is why both sides in Egypt keep accusing each other of being Jewish."

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