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This is why Morsi dislikes secularists

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 13, 2013 at 12:20

Dr. Pipes

I wanted to share with you and the readers that in the past few days and with the terrorist attack on the Coptic Cathedral Egyptians were not surprised to see Morsi and his minister of the interior arresting 5 Copts because they were protesting the recent attacks on Copts and their churches and those arrested were may be in the cathedral or may be outside the cathedral and only Allahu a3lam and a reminder that in the bizarre world of islamists you can always arrest or even kill those protesting such atrocity and here is a wonderful tweet by an Egyptian

@M_Abouelsoued7 Apr

مبارك كان بيقتل القتيل و يمشى ف جنازته .. مرسى بيقتل القتيل و يقتل ال يمشى ف جنازته !!

Which I would translate as: Mubarak used to kill his victims and then he would attend their funerals while Morsi kills his victims and then kills those that attend their funerals

And this indeed explains very well what happened in the past few days at the cathedral and the aftermath of the attack

No wonder that Morsi does not like secularists because they expose him for what he is: A thug and a fool

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