Right Before Our Eyes (24) – The Muslim Brotherhood “The First Setbacks of the Muslim Brotherhood”

(Thierry Meyssan)

We continue to publish Thierry Meyssan’s book, “Before Our Eyes” (sous nos yeux) ….

“Mohamed Morsi” is an engineer at NASA. He has American citizenship, and has the capacity to secret defense in the Pentagon.

Since his coming to power, he has begun to rehabilitate and favor his clan, and to strengthen ties with Israel.

In the presidential palace, he received the assassins of President Sadat on the anniversary of his execution.

Then he appointed the responsible for the  massacre of Luxor in (1997) was appointed governor of that region.

He then began to persecute Democrats who demonstrated against some aspects of Hosni Mubarak’s policy (but not for not resigning).

He also supported a wide campaign of Muslim Brotherhood massacres against Christians, and covered those violations: murders, looting of bishops, and church burning.

He also simultaneously privatized major public companies and announced the possibility of selling the Suez Canal to Qatar, which sponsors the Muslim Brotherhood.

From his office in the Presidential Palace, he used to communicate daily at least four times with (Ayman al-Zawahiri), the global leader of al-Qaeda.

He eventually managed to create a general consensus against him, leading all political parties, including the Salafists (with the exception of the Brotherhood of course) to demonstrate Against him.

So, 33 million Egyptians took to the streets, and demanded the army return the country to the people.

Morsi did not bother with the pulse of the street, so he ordered the army to prepare to attack the Syrian Arab Republic and help the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood. That decision was the last straw .. on (3) July (2013), and at the hour of closing offices in Washington Starting a long week-long holiday, on the occasion of the National Day, the army staged a coup, and (Mohammed Morsi) was imprisoned, while the streets became a battleground between the Brotherhood and their families on the one hand, and the forces of law enforcement, on the other.

  • War on Syria : “In politics, promises are only required for those who believe them,” it is said.

    A month after the Geneva 1 conference and the signing of peace, and a few days after the “Friends of Syria” conference in Paris, the war was again permitted.

    This time not only will a NATO-led operation assist the jihadists, but only a jihadi attack, with the help of NATO.

    The dynamic name for that war was: “Damascus volcano, and a Syrian earthquake.” (40) thousand men who received extensive training in Jordan crossed the border and poured into the Syrian capital simultaneously, in conjunction with a bombing that killed the participants in a meeting of the Syrian National Security Council.

    This time not only will a NATO-led operation assist the jihadists, but only a jihadi attack, with the help of NATO.

    The dynamic name for that war was: “Damascus volcano, and a Syrian earthquake.” (40) thousand men who received extensive training in Jordan crossed the border and poured into the Syrian capital simultaneously, in conjunction with a bombing that killed the participants in a meeting of the Syrian National Security Council.

    Jihadists are mercenaries, recruited from among the poor in the Islamic world. Many of them do not speak Arabic, and they have only a week of military training in their balance.

    Some of them believed that they were going to fight against the Israelis. But the heavy losses that caused them, made many of them retreat.

    The long war that came later, put the Syrian Arab Army in a position to defend the civilian population, and to achieve this, he had to deploy in the major cities to defeat the jihadists seeking to make life impossible in vast areas. From the country.

    These warriors are renewed without limits. Every month, new cohorts arrive, replacing those who were killed, or who fled the battle. All the “thugs” of the Islamic world came to Syria to try their chances of getting a few hundred dollars a month, after the recruitment offices were opened publicly in countries like Tunisia and Afghanistan.

    While it was more discreet in other countries such as Morocco or Pakistan, despite the high death toll among these fighters.

    In July 2013, according to the International Police (Interpol), prison escapes were very complex in nine countries, As a result, Islamist leaders fled and were transferred to Syria. For example:

On July 23, between 500 and 1,000 detainees escaped from the Taj  and Abu Ghraib prisons and (Iraq).

On July 27, (1117) detainees from Kouafia prison (Benghazi Governorate, Libya) escaped after internal riots accompanied by an external attack.

   On the night of July 29 to July 30, (243) Taliban militants escaped from a prison in Dera Ismail Khan (tribal areas of Pakistan).

The Syrian Arab Army burns most of the bodies of terrorists, keeps identifiable bodies, and returns them to their families.

Western countries that initially sent special forces to Syria by recruiting them into the ranks of their fighters with dual nationalities, and Muslims in general from the Maghreb, have organized recruitment channels for their own jihadists.

The mosque on Jean-Pierre Tempo Street in Paris.

Added to these are thousands of individuals, tens of thousands of expatriates from the “expanded Middle East.”

to be continued… )

Source : ( voltairenet.org )

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