Posts tagged ‘Egypt’

A Fitting End!  Obama’s buddy Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood President (briefly 30 June 2012 – 3 July 2013) Mohamed Morsi collapsed in court today and died.   He was a leader of the “Arab Spring” movement which overthrew several North African leaders and gave rise to ISIS. Now he’s talking with Allah!  Yet another piece of the […]

Hey Lurch, you’re 17 months into the job you always wanted. How’s it coming? Making a lot of foreign policy? Signing a lot of peace treaties? Soothing world trouble spots? Bringing peace to troubled regions? Rescuing hostages from terrorists?

Your Priorities Mr. pResident?

September 24th, 2012

With the entire Muslim world aflame, what Sir – are your priorities?

Obama’s Egyptian Miracle

March 9th, 2012

The Man-God who would rule the world… June 4th 2009 to …now!  Ouch!  That’s gonna leave a mark on his ego.  Remember his speech?

Ugly Reality In Egypt

December 5th, 2011

First came the ‘Arab Spring’, then the summer, and now the ‘Arab Winter’. The Islamists won the first round of Egypt’s elections over the weekend. The Muslim Brotherhood got 36.6% and the even harder-line Nour Party got 24.4%. There will be a few runoff elections, and several rural providences have yet to vote – but […]

Harvard University ~ may ~ well be MoonBat Central,  but there are still some honest educators there.  Have a listen as Professor Niall Ferguson goes way off the script that MSNBC thought he would read.  Please forward this to some of your liberal friends.  [youtube width=”504″ height=”314″][/youtube]

Army Pushes Mubarak Out

February 11th, 2011

Tonight Egypt celebrates.  I pity their hangover . . . But the fast-breaking news from Al Jazeera is that the Egyptian Army told Mubarak he was ‘stepping down’, handing power to VP Omar Suleiman and the military.  Per Suleiman:

Seventeen days of riots – probably a hundred dead, and Hosni Mubarak is stepping down.  Early reports say the military will ‘assure’ a smooth transition, and VP Omar Suleiman would run the country until elections could be conducted.  Now watch for the Muslim Brotherhood to step forward and demand a seat at the table . […]

Who’s negotiating in Egypt?

February 5th, 2011

(Posted from the Reagan Centennial celebration at the Reagan Library… where Mrs RR and I are having a great time.) rr I was listening to news reports about the situation in Egypt and saw and read statement about opposition party leaders negotiating with official of Mubarak’s government.  That got me wondering.  Who are these opposition […]