Remember what the Muslim Brotherhood said in Egypt?

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    During the uprisings, the Muslim Brotherhood claimed that they WOULD NOT be presenting their own candidate on the ballet, should Mubarek step down or be ousted. Does everyone remember that? Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini made the same claims during th 1979 revolution, that he would not be interested in political office, rather he would a leading "spiritually from afar".

    Well we saw how far we can trust the Muslim Brotherhood. About as far as you can spit. There are those stupid morons that are now claiming that if the Brotherhood gets into power, disregard their radical past, they will for sure rule moderately. Ha ha ha! Ya sure.

    We also know how far we can trust the Palestinian Islamic terrorist group called Hamas. Much less than the Muslim Brotherhood.
     
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    Good point.
     
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    So what......??

    The situation on the ground changed.

    They are patriots and only want the best for their country. :cool:
     
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    Islamists can't be trusted, they say one thing and do another. You can't blame them, they're fllowing the footsteps of their prophet Muhammad.
     
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    I do remember that, terrorists always lie though. Look at their supporters on this board, all they do is lie, lie, lie, lie lie lie lie lie lie lie.
     
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    Remember what the Muslim Brotherhood said in Egypt?


    My Arabic isn't all that good. ??????????????????????????
     
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    » Well What Do You Know, Muslim Brotherhood Leader Running For President of Egypt - Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion

    Didn’t the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt tell us it was not going to try to take over the country, and had no interest in the presidency?

    By William Jacobson.
    May 14, 2011

    Indeed, Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh, a prominent Muslim Brotherhood leader, assured the West that there was nothing to worry about:
    "We are compelled to unequivocally deny any attempt to usurp the will of the people. Nor do we plan to surreptitiously dominate a post-Mubarak government. The brotherhood has already decided not to field a candidate for president in any forthcoming elections. We want to set the record straight so that any Middle East policy decisions made in Washington are based on facts and..."

    As Stanley Kurtz points out, the situation in Egypt is grim:

    "The situation in Egypt grows more worrying by the day. As I tentatively noted earlier, and as now seems more likely, a prominent member of the Muslim Brotherhood, Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh, is preparing to stand for Egypt’s presidency. Moneim Aboul Fotouh is running without official Muslim Brotherhood authorization, and may even have to formally break with the organization for doing so. That’s because the Muslim Brotherhood has promised not to put up a candidate for the presidency. But if Moneim Aboul Fotouh runs anyway, as now seems likely, it would mean at least a realistic prospect of Islamist control of both parliament and the presidency of a new Egypt."
    Wait, didn’t Obama assure us that the Google Guy was the future of Egypt, and that he*hoped one day to see*the Google Guy as president?

    Wait, didn’t Obama assure us that the Google Guy was the future of Egypt, and that he*hoped one day to see*the Google Guy as president? It’s a good thing we helped force Mubarak out of office “yesterday.”* Because no one could have seen this coming, right?* Certainly not The NY Times.*And certainly not the White House Guy who fell in love with the Google Guy.
     
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    Yet they will lead to Egyptian people getting slaughtered once again. The modern Arab Egyptians are a FAR CRY from who they used to be. thousands of years ago they were Africans of different color (there is controversy here, but they were most likely black). Like many parts of the world, Egypt was conquered by the Romans. While many were slaughtered, they weren't displace, rather they were colonized. Eventually in the 7 century the Arab crusaders/Caliphate invaded the Byzantine ruled Egypt. They didn't colonized they exterminated and displaced. They massacured any Roman or Egyptian in the country and some of the "lucky" Egyptians were able to escape or flee South to greater Africa.

    See the Arab rulers of Egypt were the other originals rulers. Like all of the middle east, western Asia, Persia, Parts of the Balkans and North Africa, the Arabs spread like locuts taking over conquering all the areas they currently sit on displacing or murdering the previous inhabitants.

    They tried to do it to Europe, but thank Allah, the Franks kicked their asses back across the sea!

    Chronology of Islamic Egypt
     
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    Former Mossad head Meir Dagan
    http://www.jewishpress.com/news/isr...islamists-gains-across-arab-world/2012/06/20/
     

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