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Georgetown University is inviting an Egyptian Nazi to a forum about Egypt! Not I'm not kidding!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 20, 2013 at 10:36

Dr. Pipes

I want to bring to your attention this evolving disaster from no other place than Georgetown University and its conference on Dec 5/2013 and the topic is "Egypt and the struggle for democracy" and if you read the names of participants it is who is who in the terrorist group the Muslim Brotherhood http://www.eventbrite.com/e/egypt-the-struggle-for-democracy-registration-9349712241?nomo=1 Dalia Mogahed included (oh Mohamed el-Ibiary? I suspect that Islamists realized by now that he an embarrassament to even islamists)

Oh and thanks to Washinton Free Beacon they exposed one of the participants as a member of the Egyptian Nazi party and his name is Ramy Gan http://freebeacon.com/georgetown-university-to-host-member-of-egypts-nazi-party/

And here is a link to youtube about Mr Gan and the Egyptian Nazi party https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_mgDmjMHrA#t=213

What is most amnazing is that Mr Gan is the only Copt invited to participate in the conference because he must be the only Copt in Egypt who supports the terrorist group the Muslim Brotherhood!

And here is a great response from twitter

M.J.Y. ‏@sotsoy13h

@salamamoussa nazi Copt. Ya lahwee

Which I would translate as: Nazi Copt O my lahwi (lahwi is an exclamation of dismay and distress)

What a disaster Georgetown University is discredited for inviting supporters of terrorists and the nominal Copt is a Nazi!

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