Silence of Egypt's President Speaks Volumes

Jul 22, 2012 Full story: www.jihadwatch.org 16

Mohammed Morsi has been Egypt's president for less than a month, and already senior clerics in his country and around the Islamic world are loudly calling for the demolition of the pyramids, Egypt's most important tourist attraction and among the Seven Wonders of the World.

Saudi Sheik Ali bin Said al-Rabi'i called them heinous "symbols of paganism." In recent days, similar calls have been echoing through Egypt and the region, including one from a Bahraini sheik who urged Morsi to "destroy the pyramids and accomplish what the Amr bin al-As could not." He was referring to the Prophet Muhammad's companion who conquered Egypt in the seventh century but didn't have the technological wherewithal to accomplish the task ... Full Story

“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#1 Jul 22, 2012
from jihadwatch:

"None of this should be too surprising. Islamic extremists are now destroying 15th century tombs in Timbuktu, world heritage sites, because they are considered 'idolatrous.' And remember in 2001, when the Taliban fired heavy artillery at two huge Buddha statutes carved into a rock face about 1,700 years ago ...

"What's surprising is that Morsi has had nothing to say about this, not a word. Neither has he said anything about numerous 'freelance' efforts to enforce other elements of Shariah law across Egypt ... his extremist allies are already trying to enforce an ancient Koranic commandment that directs Islamists to collect a tax called the jizya from Coptic Christians and other 'non-believers'... Raymond Ibrahim, an Egyptian-American author and columnist of Coptic ancestry, recently wrote:'Increasing numbers of attacks on Christians in Egypt revolve around extorting jizya.'"

As Senser said, "it's not so much what Muhammad Morsi has said, but what he hasn't ... Considering all the anti-infidel talk emanating from those around him -- whether calls to destroy Egypt's pagan pyramids, calls to wage an all-out jihad against Israel, or calls to reimpose jizya on Egypt's Christian Copts -- not only has Morsi not condemned such talk, he hasn't even tried to distance himself from it. Such silence speaks for itself.'"

Is anyone listening?

“Turn left at pub Number 42”

Since: Dec 08

Homehill,QLD

#2 Jul 22, 2012
What about the Egypt-Gaza wall first..
thats right..what Palestinians.

But really,they are getting what they voted for

“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#4 Jul 22, 2012
Egypt wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes we are listening ...
... just like the the dog on the old RCA records?

“Alea iacta est!”

Since: Oct 06

Oh it's ON!

#5 Jul 22, 2012
They dumped a semi secular dictator for religious tyranny, they will have to live with the choice they made.

We can sit back and watch them suffer.
Murder non Whites for OIL

Springfield, NJ

#7 Jul 22, 2012
Murder non Whites for OIL
passerby

Welland, Canada

#8 Jul 22, 2012
Arab spring turns to Arab winter or Iran II.

Hey dude where's my dictator

“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#9 Jul 22, 2012
Trisha wrote:
They dumped a semi secular dictator for religious tyranny, they will have to live with the choice they made ...
... unfortunately so will we, along with Egypty's religious minorities.

After Syria falls, the Muslim Brotherhood will undoubtedly orchestrate some action against Israel, assuming Israel doesn't first attack Iran for the Bulgaria bombing.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#10 Jul 23, 2012
So, basically, this guy wants to wipe out Egypt's on viable asset....the tourist attraction of their ancient, pre-islamic glory. Sounds about right. Muslims hate anything that makes them look bad by comparison.....which is just about everything.

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#12 Jul 23, 2012
Faith wrote:
So, basically, this guy wants to wipe out Egypt's on viable asset....the tourist attraction of their ancient, pre-islamic glory. Sounds about right. Muslims hate anything that makes them look bad by comparison.....which is just about everything.
If they destroy the pyramids, the historical loss will be significant, but I suspect it will be the end of political correctness and tolerance for islam.

The historical loss will probably be worth it in the long run. I would rather see them destroy the pyramids than blow up another bus full of kids.
Khaled

Lake Forest, CA

#13 Jul 23, 2012
Pyramids for sale... you pick up.
Khaled

Lake Forest, CA

#14 Jul 23, 2012
Faith wrote:
So, basically, this guy wants to wipe out Egypt's on viable asset....the tourist attraction of their ancient, pre-islamic glory. Sounds about right. Muslims hate anything that makes them look bad by comparison.....which is just about everything.
You gave Obama 100 days... give a breack to the brotherhood... you can't judge them yet...
Khaled

Lake Forest, CA

#15 Jul 23, 2012
Trisha wrote:
They dumped a semi secular dictator for religious tyranny, they will have to live with the choice they made.
We can sit back and watch them suffer.
Like you ... when you voted for W.

“Alea iacta est!”

Since: Oct 06

Oh it's ON!

#17 Jul 24, 2012
Khaled wrote:
<quoted text>
Like you ... when you voted for W.
Now that's not true.

If you guys get free and fair elections after this, I'll be surprised. Free and fair also means EVERYONE, all kinds of parties can run for office.
george whyte

London, UK

#18 Jul 24, 2012
Joe DeCaro wrote:
from jihadwatch:
"None of this should be too surprising. Islamic extremists are now destroying 15th century tombs in Timbuktu, world heritage sites, because they are considered 'idolatrous.' And remember in 2001, when the Taliban fired heavy artillery at two huge Buddha statutes carved into a rock face about 1,700 years ago ...
"What's surprising is that Morsi has had nothing to say about this, not a word. Neither has he said anything about numerous 'freelance' efforts to enforce other elements of Shariah law across Egypt ... his extremist allies are already trying to enforce an ancient Koranic commandment that directs Islamists to collect a tax called the jizya from Coptic Christians and other 'non-believers'... Raymond Ibrahim, an Egyptian-American author and columnist of Coptic ancestry, recently wrote:'Increasing numbers of attacks on Christians in Egypt revolve around extorting jizya.'"
As Senser said, "it's not so much what Muhammad Morsi has said, but what he hasn't ... Considering all the anti-infidel talk emanating from those around him -- whether calls to destroy Egypt's pagan pyramids, calls to wage an all-out jihad against Israel, or calls to reimpose jizya on Egypt's Christian Copts -- not only has Morsi not condemned such talk, he hasn't even tried to distance himself from it. Such silence speaks for itself.'"
Is anyone listening?
come wash linga with me
george whyte

London, UK

#19 Jul 24, 2012
Trisha wrote:
They dumped a semi secular dictator for religious tyranny, they will have to live with the choice they made.
We can sit back and watch them suffer.
come wash my linga babe
george whyte

London, UK

#20 Jul 24, 2012
Trisha wrote:
They dumped a semi secular dictator for religious tyranny, they will have to live with the choice they made.
We can sit back and watch them suffer.
you are a spiteful tranny
come wash my linga

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