The Muslim Brotherhood Goes To Washington

Less than two years ago, the Muslim Brotherhood was banned in Egypt and now, after Obama affirmatively shoved Mubarak under the bus, they’re in control of Egypt, making the rounds in Washington D.C. on a diplomatic charm offensive. And we’re obligated by treaty to give them the time of day, not to mention billions of dollars. WTF happened here and where’s the outcry of international sanity?

Muslim Brotherhood officials aim to promote moderate image in Washington visit

Members of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood began a week-long charm offensive in Washington on Tuesday, meeting with White House officials, policy experts and others to counter persistent fears about the group’s emergence as the country’s most powerful political force.

The revolution that ousted Hosni Mubarak has rapidly transformed the Brotherhood from an opposition group that had been formally banned into a political juggernaut controlling nearly half the seats in Egypt’s newly elected parliament.

With its rise, however, have come concerns from Egypt’s secularists as well as U.S. officials that the Islamist group could remake the country, threatening the rights of women and religious minorities. Such fears were only exacerbated by the Brotherhood’s recent decision to field a candidate in upcoming presidential elections, despite previous pledges that it would not do so.

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Moderate, charm offensive?

Allah is our objective.
The Prophet is our leader.
Qur’an is our law.
Jihad is our way.
Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.

/if you don’t see the problem here, you don’t know taqiyya like they know taqiyya

Miss Mubarak Yet?

How’s that Arab Spring working out?

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood holds anti-Semetic rally, draws thousands at Cairo’s top mosque vowing to ‘one day kill all the Jews’

A Muslim revival at Cairo’s most prominent mosque Friday that drew 5,000 worshippers reportedly turned into a hate-fueled rally, complete with repeated vows to “one day kill all the Jews.”

Led by the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest and best-organized political party, the crowd that gathered at the al-Azhar Mosque chanted “Tel Aviv! Tel Aviv! Judgment Day has come!” according to Israeli website Ynetnews.com.

Palestinian guest speakers and spokesmen for the Muslim Brotherhood roused the crowd with speeches aiming to incite Jihad directed at Israel, specifically promoting a “battle against Jerusalem’s Judaization.”

See also:
Cairo rally: One day we’ll kill all Jews
Muslim Brotherhood activists vow to ‘one day kill all Jews’
Islamists Chant “One Day We Will Kill All Jews” at Cairo Rally
‘One day, we’ll kill all the Jews’
Cairo rally: One day we’ll kill all Jews
Ruthless men hide behind veil of religion
ANALYSIS-Islamists strong ahead of Egypt poll, unrest seen an asset
New Clashes as Egypt Prepares for Elections
Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Versus Army: Disastrous Elections or Bloody Civil War?
Obama Administration supporting objectives of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

Call Mubarak a dictator, a thug, call him whatever you want, at least he was able to keep a lid on the Muslim Brotherhood and, for the most part, order in the streets. What Egypt has now is rioting in the streets and the Muslim Brotherhood openly advocating genocide against the Jews.

/oh and Parliamentary elections in Egypt are supposed to start Monday, what if the Muslim Brotherhood does well?

Partner For Peace My Ass

Everyone rags on Israel, why don’t they ever call out the Jew haters for [expletive deleted] like this?

Abbas says he will never recognize a Jewish state

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said that he will never recognize a Jewish state during an interview on an Egyptian television channel.

Abbas also told Dream 2 TV in an Oct. 23 interview that capturing Gilad Shalit was a “good thing.”

. . .

“They started talking to me about the ‘Jewish state’ only two years ago, discussing it with me at every opportunity, every forum I went to — Jewish or non-Jewish — asking: ‘What do you think about the “Jewish state”?’ I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I will never recognize the Jewishness of the state, or a ‘Jewish state,’” Abbas said.

See also:
PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas: I Will Never Recognize a Jewish State; The Capturing of Israeli Soldier Gilad Shalit Was a Good Thing
Palestinian prez caught saying he will never recognize a ‘Jewish State’ of Israel
Palestinian Authority Chairman: “I Will Never Recognize a Jewish State”
Encountering Peace: Unintended consequences
Abbas: Shalit Kidnapping ‘A Good Thing’
The Chilling Candor of Mahmoud Abbas
Aboriginal Rights of the Jewish People

Seriously, how does the “World Community” expect Israel to make peace with people who refuse to recognize Israel’s right to even exist?

/how many times and in how many different ways do the Jew haters have to spell it out that they have absolutely no interest in a two state solution, their goal is one state, one that doesn’t include Israel or Jews

Speaking Truth To Farce

Bibi pours on the reality and lays the wood on the Jew haters. Predictably, the Jew haters hated it.

‘We’re Ready': Netanyahu Challenges Abbas to Restart Peace Talks

An hour after Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas addressed the U.N. General Assembly to a rousing ovation, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received a more measured response.

“The Palestinians should first make peace and then declare their state,” he said today in response to Abbas’ bid for U.N. statehood. “Israel is prepared to have a Palestinian state but we are not willing to have another Gaza.”

See also:
Full transcript of Netanyahu speech at UN General Assembly
Netanyahu chides UN, seeks renewed talks with Abbas
In U.N. speeches, Abbas, Netanyahu trade charges of ‘ethnic cleansing’
In Jerusalem, pessimism prevails after UN speeches
Netanyahu on the attack in UN speech
Palestinians Celebrate, Israelis Express Concern Over UN Recognition Bid
Netanyahu to convene advisers to discuss Quartet peace planPalestinian leader rejects intl peace blueprint
Abbas says ‘no’ to Jewish state
Palestinian refusal to recognize a Jewish state preventing peace: Israeli PM

/Michael Ramirez

The ground truth is that there is no such thing as a “Palestinian”, there never has been in all of history, Gaza is controlled by Hamas, sworn to the destruction of Israel, and none of the “Palestinian” leadership will even recognize that Israel has a right to exist as a Jewish state. Their motto is “from the river to the sea“, they’re constantly attacking Israel, and they indoctrinate their children from birth to hate and kill Jews.

/until they completely turn around their culture to conform with the civilized world, if that’s even possible, and accept peaceful coexistence with the Jewish state of Israel, why on Earth should these sick, genocidal, Islamic Jew hating “Palestinian” freaks be granted statehood?

Flight Of The Jew Haters

Oh boy, look at the pernicious useful idiots chanting “free Palestine” which, as their “Palestinian friends” define the phrase, means the destruction of Israel.

Israel Blocks Pro-Palestinian Activists’ ‘Fly-In’ Attempt

Israel has blocked an attempt by international activists to organize a high-profile, humanitarian visit to Palestinians in the West Bank.

More than 200 pro-Palestinian activists in Europe were barred from boarding flights to Tel Aviv, after Israel sent a blacklist. Israeli authorities warned foreign airlines that activists were planning anti-Israel protests and disruptions at the airport and they would not be allowed into the country.

Some activists who managed to arrive in Israel were detained and face deportation.

Police said the 20 activists who made it to Ben Gurion Airport, near Tel Aviv, arrived from Switzerland, to be detained by security forces who were expected to expel them.

See also:
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Pro-Palestinian ‘flytilla’ stopped at airports by Israeli security
Yishai commends “Flightilla” security forces at airport
Israel blocks flights to prevent Palestinian gathering
Israel blocks some activists, deports others
UPDATE 2-Israel orders pro-Palestinian air passengers deported
65 pro-Palestinian ‘fly-in’ activists transferred to detention facilities
Activists on ‘Air Flotilla’ prefer arrest to deportation
Activists Test Israel’s Policy on Territories
Israel’s no-go to pro-Palestinian activists
Who’s behind the ‘flytilla’?

Humanitarian mission my ass. How is chanting anti-Israel slogans and waving anti-Israel protest signs at an airport “humanitarian?

/the only reason they did this, pure and simple, is to hate on the Jews

So Much For The “Besieged” Gazans

For people claiming to be “besieged”, Hamas, through their sophisticated smuggling tunnels into Egypt, never seemed to run out of rockets to fire into Israel. And why is it that Israel is the only one who ever get blamed for “oppressing” the Gazan people? You’ll notice that this is an Egyptian border crossing that’s being opened after four years. Apparently, the Egyptians consider Hamas to be a serious security threat too.

Egypt opens Rafah crossing permanently

Gaza: A mixture of excitement and anxiety gripped travelers waiting to cross the Rafah crossing on Saturday.

Egypt ruled to permanently open the crossing starting on Saturday. In the first hour after the crossing was opened, 200 Gazans entered Egypt, officials said.

“We as Palestinians are truly thankful to the Egyptian government for opening the Rafah gate,” Dr. Ghazi Hamad, the Rafah border manager and spokesman, told Gulf News.

Under the new Egyptian regime, all coordination for travel goes through the Egyptian embassy.

“I am leaving to meet my relatives in Egypt, something that was very hard to do before,” Samah Ahmad, 26, told Gulf News. Mohammad Abd Al Aal said he was taking his wife and kids on a much needed vacation. “I never took a vacation before. The only times I have ever left Gaza was for medical reasons. I had to pay a lot of money to the Egyptian police and it was very humiliating,” he said.

Women would be able to leave Gaza without restrictions, while men between the ages of 18 and 40 would have to obtain visas for Egypt at the border.

See also:
Egypt opens Rafah border crossing with Gaza Strip, reuniting Palestinians
Egypt opens Rafah border crossing, ending Gaza blockade
Gazans Rejoice as Egypt Opens Border Crossing
Egypt reopens border with Gaza
Egypt Opens Border With Gaza Despite Israel’s Concerns
Haniyeh to Gazans: Don’t endanger opened Rafah border
Hamas urges Palestinians not to jeopardize Egypt’s opening of Rafah crossing
Egypt eases travel restrictions on Gazans
Hezbollah salutes Egypt’s decision to open Rafah crossing

So, now that the “blockade” of Gaza is over, there’s no more need for any “freedom flotillas” because the whole point has been rendered moot, right? Guess again.

Freedom Flotilla-2 to start voyage to help Palestinian victims

/you see, because it’s not really about helping the poor “Palestinians”, it’s all about hating on Israel and the Jews, “from the river to the sea”

Obamoses

Still think Obama is a friend of Israel?

/Michael Ramirez

See also:
Our World: Where Obama is leading Israel
Obama stopped what was left of the peace process
Obama’s mistaken approach to peace
Is support for pro-Israel lobby waning?
Poll: US social media users favor Israel
What are the options to derail Palestinian statehood at the U.N.?
Netanyahu had the courage to stand up to Obama

From Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, to Rashid Khalidi, Obama has close past associations with all sorts of anti-Semites.

/Obama: ‘Judge me by the people who surround me’

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