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The MB is another name for al-Qa3ida

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 31, 2013 at 06:48

Hi Myth

I think that our policy makers in the west are not aware that there is a deep divide between moderate and tolerant Muslims in places like Egypt and terrorist organizations the likes of al-Qa3ida and many of them believe that al-Qa3ida is just another name for the Muslim Brotherhood

If you have the time watch this video and you will see the attack and the torching of Mar Mina Chruch in al-Minya Egypt and it is indeed shocking and watch the dresses of some of the those terrorists conducting the attack and they are not wearing the very Egyptian galabiyya but the shalwar qameez which is the dress that you see used by al-Taliban and Afghanees and Pakistanis which makes me wonder that these are either foreign jihadees or they are Egyptians that have been to Tora Bora and the likes and now are back in Egypt and that indeed what Morsi did when he allowed the return of many Egyptian Jihadees who were still living in Pakistan and Afghanistan and here is the video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOut2WGhtm0

This is for sure a Genoice of the Copts and their culture and history bymembers of the MB

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