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Islamic insanity has no limits

Reader comment on item: Morsi Could Discredit Muslim Brotherhood Rule

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 3, 2013 at 15:06

Dr. Pipes

I wanted to bring to your attention that an Egyptian sheikh by the name of Mohamed Abd Allah Nasr is telling his followers that Morsi is really a Zionist! And I'm not kidding you


This is pure insanity

Oh more insanity? It seems that Morsi wants to rent yes rent the monuments of Egypt and get some money so he can solve Egypt's financial problems! Again not I'm not kidding you


So now boys and girls the salafists will not be able to destroy the pyramids! alhamdulillah

One more insanity? it seems that el-Shiekh el-Heweny who told his followers in 2011 that Egypt can solve its financial problems by invading the lands of the kuffar and looting anything the invading Egyptians can put their hands on and in the process enslave yes enslave the lucky population and yes rape their women

Now it seems that the crazy Sheikh el-Heweny is telling who ever is listening to his insanity that if Egyptians would have listened to him Egypt would be in better economic shape now

Islamic insanity at its best

Oh the religion of peace


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