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Western analysts react to Egyptian president's speech with skepticism but hope
WASHINGTON – It’s been four weeks since Egyptian President Abdel al-Fattah delivered his fiery speech to Islamic clerics at Al-Azhar University calling for a “revolution” in the faith to change its reputation as a violent religion at war with the world. What’s been the reaction in the Muslim world since? Deafening silence.
A request by WND for reaction from Muslim organizations in the United States, including the Islamic Society of North America and the Muslim Student Association, was met with nearly total silence. In the case of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, the spokesman hung up when asked for comment.
�The State Department hosted a�delegation of Muslim Brotherhood-aligned
leaders this week for a meeting about their ongoing efforts to oppose the current government of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt, who rose to power following the overthrow of Mohamed Morsi, an ally of the Brotherhood, in 2013.
I am outraged; it seems that Washington does not see anything wrong with siding with and hosting the Muslim Brotherhood, which is the cause of all the anxiety occurring in Egypt today. Quite baffling.
One member of the delegation, a Brotherhood-aligned judge in Egypt, posed for a picture while at Foggy Bottom in which he held up the Islamic group’s notorious four-finger Rabia symbol, according to his Facebook page.
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Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, center, speaks in front of the state-run TV ahead of a military funeral for troops killed in an assault in the Sinai Peninsula, as he stands with army commanders in Cairo. (AP Photo/MENA, Mohammed Samaha) (The Associated Press)
Once again, a government is considering building a wall along its border with Gaza and destroying tunnels it claims Hamas uses to conduct terrorist attacks – but this time it is Egypt and not Israel.
There’s a major and potentially harmful debate about the function and effect of quarantine in securing America against the ingress and spread of Ebola.� It all spins around a significant misunderstanding of duty and volunteerism, primarily suffered by our politically correct cadres.
Everyone agrees that Ebola must be stopped in its African hotzone, and that requires the massive help from developed countries – mostly America and the EU.� Most people (although not so many in our federal government) understand the ability of Ebola to infect in its asymptomatic and symptomatic phases.� Few at policy making levels in government recognize that current temperature measuring and self-reporting measures at entry airports are an ineffective approach to keep Ebola out – the Obama administration maintains that “there is no gap” in such security measures.
Does the revelation of the American statesman, Newt Gingrich, concerning the “Palestinians” – his admission of their being an “invented” people – have legal implications, vis-�-vis the Israel-PLO Agreement of September 13, 1993? � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �
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