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Clueless Morsi and the recent riots between Islamists and secularists in Midan el-Tahrir in Cairo

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 14, 2012 at 12:06

Dr. Pipes

This time morsi decided to fire the prosecutor general a certain Abd el-Mageed Mahmoud from his post for his acquittal of the 25 defendants in the infamous "Battle of the Camel" where Mubarak sent his goon squad on camels and horses to attack those protesting in Tahrir sqaure during the revolution in early 2011

Now everyone is mad so Mr. Mahmoud refused the fact that he was fired and he is still the prosecutor general

So what would Morsi do? He tells the world that he really did not fire Mr mahmoud but he was hired as the ambassador to the Vatican http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/55526/Egypt/Politics-/Morsi-politely-asks-defiant-prosecutorgeneral-to-s.aspx but Mr mahmoud declined and Morsi changed his mind!

What a disaster

Well this was not the end of it: Secularists and liberals protested the acquittal of those criminals and as usual the stage was Tahrir square and facing them as expected islamists and those that have direct phone line connections with Allah aka salafists aka Allah and Muhammads' fan club and their point was; protests by secularists is a case of استفزاز للتيار الاسلامي or istifzaz lel tayar al-islami! No I'm not kidding! which i would translate as to provoke the islamists! It seems that every thing these days provokes Islamist including a poorly made vieo on youtube

And here is more about the subject for those of you that can speak Arabic so watch and be amazed http://www.alqaheraalyoum.net/videos/playvideo.php?vid=711103324

The best part of this story is that we are told by comedians in Egypt that the wife of the prosecutor general is very upset that her husband turned down being the ambassador to the vatican because she heard that the shopping in Rome is great!

Mr Morsi is really a piece of work


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