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Morsi is clueless

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 2, 2012 at 14:29

Kareem wrote

significant number of people of Middle East are religious

So what does "religious" really mean?

and given the freedom to vote, they would vote for Islamist parties because the secular groups have been nothing but lap dogs for US and Israel.

Not really the people in the Middle East want way out of poverty and under and un-employment and in a place like Egypt where 40% of the population live on $2 dollars a day and where Nasser's el-ishtirakiyya and el-Sadat's el-infitah and Mubarrak's free for all did not work so what is left? Allah and his power but you know what? Neither Allah nor el-ikhwan el-muslimeen will fix the economy or the future of the people of Egypt it is the people of Egypt and through hard work that can fix their problems and they can do just give them real democracy and real rule of law and equal opportunity and they will do it and get rid of el-shioukh and get them to work for real

and count my words el-ikhwan el-muslimeen are more malignant than Nasser or el-Sadat or Mubarak because they have as they claim Allah on their side and if anyone would disagrees with them then he'she would be told that they are against Allah and who would want to be against Allah so do not forget if you disagree with them then you are against Allah

More religion in Egypt means more silly orthoproxy and no more! Which does not get you any where

You will still have the thieves and the liars and the pimps and the drugs and el-taharush el-gensi and the blatant discrimination against women and religious minorities and the violence against let us say women in general and the abduction of Coptic girls by Islamists

You know may be the Copts and anyone who is sane should demand to have a separate part of Egypt and leave the islamists and their lovers in the rest of Egypt and good riddance not unlike South Sudan

And you know what? when islamists are done with the minorities next will be moderate Muslims and what a disaster

We should accept this fact that we will not like people's choices in this part of the world (at least for many years to come) and this is the price we pay for supporting dictators and not finding a solution to the cause of Palestinians.

You see Kareem chairty starts at home you should be more concerned about what is happening to the Copts that are being expelled yes expelled from their own homes as in the case of the recent disaster at Dahshur http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/morsy-asks-muslims-secure-copts-dahshur-vows-enforce-law

Oh Morsi? he told every one that he will act to stop this atrocity but did he do anything? You see as I say he is busy reading the book of Allah and prays too much! he does not care about anyone but himself.

And the hate and here is from a Gami3 in Marsa Matrouh and you judge for yourself http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2Ksa6lKU_s and if this is not hate then i have no clue about what it is

Oh the religion of peace

So you see before you lecture us about the Palestinians you should fix Egypt and stop expelling the Copts in their own country first

After all charity starts at home and Islamic hypocrisy has no limits

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