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Who was really جمال خاشقجي or Jamal Khashoqji? And what next?

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in response to reader comment: Who is really جمال خاشقجي or Jamal Khashoqji? Was he an Islamist? It seems that he was indeed an Islamist and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood

Submitted by dhimmi no more, Oct 16, 2018 at 07:25

Dr Pipes,

Here is an example of the barbarity and terrorism of the Muslim Brotherhood and it is about the atrocities committed by its members against the Copts in Egypt in 8/2013

https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-muslim-brotherhoods-war-on-coptic-christians

We are not witnessing terrorism from long ago. These atrocities took place 5 years ago.

However, we always get the chorus of "blame" anyone else but the Muslim Brotherhood. Here is an example

https://foreignpolicy.com/2017/05/27/the-cynical-conspiracy-war-on-egypts-christians/

And here is an Op/Ed in the NYT by the annoying Mona elTahawy where she blames the army and the "regime."

Well, Mr Khashoqji, and he admitted it, was a member of the terrorist group the Muslim Brotherhood.

Why would the WaPo hire a member of a terrorist group? I wish I know

And what next? I believe that the Saudis and the Turks will be blaming el-Yahud and the Mossad! And Trump will be allowing the sale of 110 billions dollars worth of arms to the medieval kingdom aka KSA and lives moves on

Submitting....

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