Obama continues to support and align with the violent jihad group that seek to undermine stable governments in the Middle East. His perfidy is breathtaking.
Ever since the people of Egypt elected President Sisi, a true voice of reform, Obama has sought his ouster in support of the terror group the Muslim Brotherhood. Obama is destroying every alliance the United States has with rational actors on the world stage. I warned of this in my 2010 book: The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War on America.
Obama help oust our 30-year ally in Egypt, President Mubarak, and install a jihad terror regime under Muslim Brotherhood top dog, Mohamed Morsi. When the people of Egypt rejected and threw out Morsi, Obama punished the people of Egypt by withdrawing critical aid.
Sisi is a visionary. He understands the jihad threat. He said:
Is it possible that 1.6 billion people [Muslims] should want to kill the rest of the world's inhabitants—that is 7 billion—so that they themselves may live?
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi gave an extraordinary, groundbreaking speech on Islam back on New Year's day.
Sisi said that the "corpus of [Islamic] texts and ideas that we have sacralized over the years" are "antagonizing the entire world"; that it is not "possible that 1.6 billion people [reference to the world's Muslims] should want to kill the rest of the world's inhabitants
And to think that Obama opposed this visionary and supported the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood party. The President of the United States is backing the savages against so singular a voice for change. And it's at the behest of their American proxies — Muslim Brotherhood groups in the US (CAIR, MAS, ISNA et al).
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"Egypt Summons U.S. Ambassador Over MB Visit," by John Rossomando, IPT • Jun 9, 2015
Egypt asked the U.S. ambassador in Cairo to account for the Obama administration's allowing Muslim Brotherhood officials to visit Washington for a private conference this week sponsored by the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID).
Egypt sought the recent meeting with Ambassador Stephen Beecroft to show its displeasure with American policy toward the Brotherhood, which it labels a terrorist organization.
Delegation members include Amr Darrag, whose handling of drafting and ratifying Egypt's December 2012 constitution led to fears the Brotherhood aimed to impose a theocracy; and Wael Haddara, a Canadian Brotherhood member who served as an adviser to deposed President Mohamed Morsi.
The administration has no plans to meet with the delegation, State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said Tuesday. U.S. policy allowed for engagement with people from across Egypt's political spectrum, he said Monday.
Emails obtained by Middle East Briefing, a publication of the Dubai-based Orient Advisory Group, show that since 2010, Obama administration policy sought to support the Muslim Brotherhood under Presidential Study Directive 11.
State Department and White House officials met in January with a Muslim Brotherhood delegation whose trip had been partly funded by the Brotherhood-linked group Egyptian Americans for Freedom and Justice (EAFJ). EAFJ leader Mahmoud El Sharkawy is a member of the Brotherhood's international organization and serves as liaison between his group and Brotherhood members exiled in Turkey, Egypt's Al-Bawaba newspaper reported in April.
State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki downplayed the visit and denied it was a Brotherhood delegation, saying it was a delegation of former Egyptian parliamentarians which included members of the Freedom and Justice Party. Delegation member Waleed Sharaby said in a February interview with Egypt's Mekameleen TV that the State Department agreed with their position that Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi had not brought stability and that his removal would pave the way for a transition to democracy.
Such calls for violence have been reflected in the Facebook accounts of EAFJ members. El Sharkawy's Facebook page supports violence in Egypt in posts such as a Feb. 10 communiqué from the Popular Resistance Movement (PRM) which has launched attacks against Egyptian police and other targets. It features an image of a blood-red map of Egypt with a fist superimposed over it and claims responsibility on behalf of the PRM for targeting two police cars. It also stated the following motto in Arabic: "God, martyrs, Revolution."