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Clueless Morsi and "round up the usual suspects"!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 22, 2012 at 09:48

Dr. Pipes

I wanted to bring to your attention that one of the 7 Christians Morsi wants arrested and tried in regard to the "innocence of muslims" video include a wonderful woman who has nothing to do with the video but who is an ex-Muslim from Egypt by the name of Amani Mostafa who has a program on qanat al-haya that is viewed all over the Middle east and across the world and it is called "The muslim woman" http://themuslimwomen.tv/

And as usual islamists in Egypt do not like it and how dare she revert to Christianity the religion of her ancestors in Egypt and here is a video of this very brave woman http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7zHCQ52GAc and here is an old article from 2009 http://www.newenglishreview.org/blog_direct_link.cfm/blog_id/19317 about "Muslim anger" because of an episode on qanat al-haya where she and Father Zakaria Botros were exposing violence in islam by reading primary Islamic literary sources in Arabic!

Sarah Chayes are you reading this? and here we go again: Is this protected speech or not? and if it is which it is then the innocence of muslims is also protected speech

So Clueless Morsi asked a certain Egyptian army officer who is in charge on the Interpol in Egypt to issue an arrest warrant for all 7 copts!

How absurd


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