Radical Islam Will Eventually Use These Uprisings to its Advantage!

The Governments Initially Formed out of this Middle East Mess,

Will NOT be headed by the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Group,

But they will be weaker than the ironhanded regime of Mubarak,

And FURTHER on down the line will be taken over by Brotherhood!

January 29, 2011


II Timothy 3:1-4 – This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. [2] For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, [3] Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, [4] Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God;

The history of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt following its founding in 1928 has been one of huge growth followed by successive government crackdowns.

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Both royal and nationalist Egyptian governments suppressed the Brotherhood in 1948, 1954, 1965 after plots, or alleged plots, of assassination and overthrow were uncovered.

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Periodic suppressions have continued even after the Brotherhood officially renounced violence in the 1970s. Today it is illegal but tolerated as Egypt’s most popular and powerful non-governmental organization.

Headl ine Excerpts from Haareth


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Mubarak swears in intelligence chief as Vice-President

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Omar Suleiman assumes position vacant for 30 years after cabinet forced to resign, while Muslim Brotherhood demands transfer of power.

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Egypt death toll reaches 55; tens of thousands return to the streets

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Jordan’s Muslim Brotherhood: Arabs will topple U.S.-backed tyrants

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MESS Report / The price Mubarak will have to pay

Just two days ago, Mideast experts and commentators could not foresee that the Egypt could be on the verge of a revolution, and Mubarak’s 30-year regime might come to a forced end.

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Aluf Benn / Without Egypt, Israel will be left with no friends in Mideast

Without Egypt’s Mubarak and with relations with Turkey in shambles, Israel will be forced to court new potential allies.

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PM Netanyahu: Israel will monitor but not comment on Egypt protests

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Dozens of Israelis flee Egypt on emergency flight

The Israeli embassy in Cairo has been closed since the riots broke out, and will remain closed on Sunday; Netanyahu has not yet voiced political stance on protests.

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Massive demonstration swells in downtown Cairo


01/29/2011 15:40

CAIRO — A massive crowds of tens of thousands calling for the ouster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is gathering in the streets and squares of downtown Cairo in a peaceful demonstration and they are vowing to defy a curfew that is to go into force in less than an hour.

There was only a light military presence — a few tanks — and soldiers are not intervening. No police were seen in the crowds and no clashes were reported.

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One army captain joined the demonstrators, who hoisted him on their shoulders while chanting slogans against Mubarak. The officer ripped a picture of the president.

Begin Excerpt from DEBKAfile

Mubarak hangs on to power as Obama dictates terms. But for how long?

DEBKAfile Special Report

January 29, 2011, 2:31 AM (GMT+02:00)

In his first public appearance in four days of violent protests against his rule, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said after midnight Friday, Jan. 28, he would not resign, but had asked the cabinet to step down, would form a new government Saturday and promised democratic reforms.

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The protests, Mubarak charged, were part of a plot to destabilize Egypt and destroy his own legitimacy. As he spoke, dozens of army tanks massed in Cairo’s central Tahrir Square.

President Barack Obama then confirmed at the White House that he had called the Egyptian for the first time since the crisis erupted last Tuesday and told him he must deliver on his pledges for a better democracy and greater economic opportunities.

In his speech, Mubarak defended the hated security forces’ actions against the protesters.

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While promising to fix the economy and provide more freedoms and jobs, he said this would come through national dialogue, not chaos. The Egyptian president said he had a duty not to let anything happen to threaten the country’s peace and security or permit terr

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DEBKAfile: The coming hours will see how the protest movement responds to Mubarak’s decision to hold on to power in defiance of their main rallying cry and how the army conducts itself as thousands of protesters defy the nationwide curfew decree. So far, they have not fired the machine guns on their tanks and the soldiers were welcomed although there were some cases of hostility.

According to some sources, tanks are surrounding the British and US embassies.

After announcing that US aid to Egypt would be reviewed in the light of “unfolding events,” Obama laid down five conditions for Mubarak to stay on as president with US support:

1. Egyptian military and security forces must be restrained from violence against civilians. The US would defend the rights to freedom of assembly and speech everywhere.

2. Mubarak must deliver on his pledges of reforms for a better democracy and greater economic opportunities;

3. He must hold a dialogue with the opponents of his regime and abandon the use of force;

4. The shutdown of Internet and other services must be reversed.

Before Obama communicated with Mubarak, his administration was generally seen to have abandoned the Egyptian president as a write-off and thrown its support behind

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“The situation must be solved by the Egyptian people which deserves to have its universal rights respected,” said White House spokesman Robert Gibbs when asked if the administration supported its pro-Western Arab ally. President Barack Obama had not spoken to President Mubarak since the crisis began, Gibbs said, stressing that it was up to the Egyptian government to “immediately address the legitimate grievances of the Egyptian people by reforms – not violence. Military and security forces must act with restraint.”

Gibbs warned that US aid to Egypt would be reviewed in the light of unfolding events.

The Egyptian president is clearly on trial in Washington as well as at home. It is not clear if he can survive both tests.

An interesting Ayatollah Sermon

Radical Islam push out Pro-Yanks

Jihad radicals minorities in Protests,

But are experts in taking over by Few,

Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen,

Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami IN Friday Sermon:

New Islam-Based Middle East Is In The Making;

Unrest Is 1979 aftershock of Iran Islamic Uprising!

January 29, 2011


II Timothy 3:1-4 – This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. [2] For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, [3] Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, [4] Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God;

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Middle East Media Research Institute

January 28, 2011

Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami in Friday Sermon: A New Islam-Based Middle East Is In the Making; Unrest Is Aftershock of 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran

In his sermon today, Tehran interim Friday prayer leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ahmad Khatami said that in contrast to the U.S.’s dream of a new Middle East under its domination, a new Middle East based on Islamic principles is now taking shape.

Stating that the popular uprisings in the Arab world herald the creation of “an Islamic Middle East” based on the religion and religious democracy – in contrast to claims by former U.S. secretary of state Condoleezza Rice that a new Middle East would be developed under the leadership of the U.S. and Israel – he underlined that this ongoing unrest is the aftershock of the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran.

He added that the recent uprisings in the Arab world have Islamic support, as people poured into the streets with the slogan of “Allahu Akhbar (Allah is the Greatest).”

Addressing worshipers at the Tehran University campus, Ayatollah Khatami noted the events unfolding in Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, and Yemen, and pointed out that while the Western countries have, in their media, denied the roots of the Islamic Revolution and these revolutions’ religious nature, the fate of

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the Tunisian dictator demonstrated the divine tradition that those who oppose the sacred religion of Islam are doomed to failure.

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Referring to the ongoing rallies in Yemen, he said that such developments are inspired by the Islamic Revolution in Iran. He also noted that Tunisians were holding their first Friday prayers since the departure of their dictator to demonstrate the Islamic Revolution’s influence on their protests.

On recent developments in Lebanon, Khatami said that the Lebanese nation is demanding the foiling of the enemies’ insidious plots and conspiracies there, because they wish to make their own decisions.

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He congratulated Hizbullah, and said that the incoming Lebanese government is causing intense concern to the usurper Zionist regime and the U.S.

Elsewhere in his sermon, he noted that on the eve of the 32nd anniversary of the victory of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, the 10-Day Dawn (i.e. the national celebration of the anniversary) serves as the symbol of the Iranian nation’s freedom and independence, which revived Islam and gave the sacred religion of Islam its grandeur.[1]


[1] IRIBnews, Fars, Press TV, IRNA, Mehr, Lenziran.com (Iran), January 28, 2011

Begin Excerpt 2 from THE JURUSALEM POST

‘We’re living on a volcano,’ experts warn


01/28/2011 01:44

As with Iran in ’79, Islamists could hijack pro-democracy movements; ex-IDF research chief: “We’re on thick ice, but even that melts eventually.”

Israeli security experts are casting an uneasy eye at the civil unrest spreading through the region.

On Thursday, Yemen joined the list of Arab states experiencing unprecedented demonstrations calling for authoritarian leaders to step down, and Egypt braced for more civil unrest. While no analysts here predict any immediate ramifications for Israel’s national security, some said mass protest movements that begin as pro-democracy uprisings could easily be hijacked by Islamists.

“We need to understand that we are living on a volcano,” said Maj.- Gen. (res.) Ya’acov Amidror, former head of the IDF’s Research and Assessment Directorate.

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“Conditions can change from today until tomorrow. We must ask ourselves, what is the worst case scenario,” he said. “We are on thick ice, but even that melts eventually.”

“Advice we have heard from certain countries in Western Europe [suggesting that the uprisings could lead to a wave of democratic revolutions] should not be followed,” he said. “There’s no immediate fear of any security escalation. The main question is: In the long term, will we be ready for all scenarios?” Maj.-Gen. (res.) Giora Eiland, a former national security adviser, and a senior research fellow at Tel Aviv University’s Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), said, “There’s a reasonable chance that if a revolution takes place in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood would rise to power. That would be bad not just for Israel but for all democracies.”

The true struggle in Egypt was not between “Mubarak and pro-democracy elements, but between Mubarak and the Muslim Brotherhood,” Eiland said.

Casting his eye on Lebanon, Giora said the recent confrontation between the pro-Western March 8 alliance and the Hizbullah-led March 14 bloc was not as severe as met the eye.

“It’s true that the two camps have been in a political confrontation that became sharper. But there is a clear interest for both sides to continue to cooperate – not only to prevent a civil war, but to enjoy the best of both worlds,” he said.

“So long as there is a unity government, then pro-Western camp can ask the West for economic and military aid, while pointing to democracy in Lebanon, a free economy, and a functioning parliament. The role of Hizbullah is to continue to be the most powerful military force in Lebanon, and to have strategic control,” Eiland said.

He believes that Israel is better off with a Lebanon formally controlled by Hizbullah, “because as soon as fire is opened at Israel, it’s not Hizbullah but the whole of the state of Lebanon that is responsible. That is a real deterrent, and it has plenty of advantages.

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“The same is true of Hamas rule in Gaza,” Eiland said.

Shlomo Brom, director of the program on Israel-Palestinian relations at the INSS, said it was impossible to know what would happen next.

“It’s true that pro-democracy voices are being expressed – and that is positive – but we don’ t know how i

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t will end,” Brom said. Even in Tunisia, where the Islamists are weak, we don’t know how it will end. We can’t forget that in Iran, at the end of the 1970s, the uprising against the shah was led by [pro-democracy] youths who took the streets – but this was taken over by Islamists in the end.”

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