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Monday, January 31, 2011

Egyptian people revolt against US/Israeli-backed Hosni Mubarak’s violent and tyrannical regime

« The protests that are rocking the Middle East will eventually result in profound changes for the people of the Middle East by ending the decades of tyranny imposed on the people of the Middle East by the Zionist-controlled regimes of the United States, Britain, and Israel.  », Christopher Bollyn, independant journalist.

The greatest Jihad is to speak the word of truth to a tyrant.”
–Islam’s Beloved Prophet Muhammad (saws)

Hosni Mubarak as depicted by Egyptians

While the US is pouring billions of dollars of American citizens’ money in military and economic donations to Israel to help the European occupiers to continue to occupy Palestinian lands with brutal force and to continue to steal Palestinian lands through the killing and banishing of Palestinians from their country, the US is also pouring, every year, over 1.5 billions of dollars in military aid to Egypt to help the Dictator and Tyrant Hosni Mubarak remain in power through the persecution of Egyptians.  Mubarak has been in power through forged elections and the banishment of opposition parties for 30 years.  The world will equally remember how the US armed Dictator Saddam Hussein of Iraq to dominate Iraqis and to attack Iran, causing over a million deaths.  The same US armed and supported the former Shah Reza Pahlavi of Iran to terrorise Iranians until he was deposed through the Iranian Islamic Revolution of 1979.  While the Shah then fled to Egypt, the 2011 Tunisian Revolution which deposed the equally US/Israeli-backed Dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled to ‘Saudi’ Arabia which is also ruled by the US/Israeli-backed Saudi Dictators and Tyrants.

The Egyptian ‘Revolution’ has not yet succeeded in deposing the 82 year old tyrant Hosni Mubarak, but ordinary Egyptians have clearly been inspired by the Tunisian Revolution because they want to free their country from tyrants and foreign interference.  Tunisian University graduate Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire when he was prevented from selling vegetables to make a living under the Tunisian tyrant.  His death provoked the Tunisian Revolution.  It may prove difficult for unarmed people to revolt against Mubarak’s heavily-armed, brutal and violent regime, but Egyptians have proved very courageous indeed even though Mubarak’s CIA/MOSSAD-trained and armed terror forces have shot dead many unarmed protestors.  While in Tunisia, there were reports that Mossad agents with forged European passports had fired on the Tunisian protestors, Mossad involvement is said to be at the heart of the Egyptian regime, which Egyptians want to cleanse.  The demonstrators torched the Headquarters of Mubarak’s National Democratic Party in Cairo. 

Further to the revolt of Egyptians after the Imams’ khotbah (speech) and prayers on Friday 28th January 2011, on the advice of his US masters, Dictator Mubarak after he blocked all internet access and mobile phone links with the help of the Israelis, came out of hibernation and addressed the nation in the night of the 28th promising the people to reform his corrupt government and to address their concerns through economic reform.  The tyrant also promised them « independence of the judiciary and its rulings, and more freedom for citizens ».  This is clearly a mere ploy designed to gain time in the hope that the revolt runs out of steam.  In his desperate bid to cling to power, he even dismissed his Cabinet and appointed on 29th January 2011 two of his pro-Zionist stooges from his military, Omar Suleiman and Colonel Ahmad Chafik as Vice President and Prime Minister respectively.  But the people would not settle for anything less than the complete removal of Dictator Mubarak and all his gang.  Mubarak and his accomplices are being tried in the « People’s Court », as many demonstrators put it.  The added complication is that, although many Coptic Christians (who form around 10% of the Egyptian population) also want regime change in Egypt, the majority of them have always operated as a fifth column allying themselves with the enemies of Egyptian Muslims.  They occupy key posts in Mubarak’s repressive regime against Islamic Parties.  Many adherents of those parties have either been murdered or incarcerated under Mubarak’s laws and judicial system which he is now promising to render more independent.  All a pack of lies to gain time and remain in power!  Algeria suffered the same fate at the hands of the Harkis who allied with the French terrorists.  Similarly, the Lebanese Phalangists allied with Israeli terrorists against Lebanese Muslims.  The massacres at Chabra and Chatilla need no reminding.  Justice has never been done as demanded under Islamic law.

Israel is in crisis mode and, with the help of their agents Omar Suleiman and Colonel Ahmad Chafik, they are said to be planning to invade the Sinai to the Suez Canal.  Presently, the Egyptian Police Force has abandoned their posts and the military has taken position awaiting orders.

Islamic system is based on consultation, freedom and justice 

The US-Israel agenda for the Middle East is that no Arab-Muslim country should govern itself based on the Islamic wishes of its people.  While the European system is based on corruption, vote-rigging, vote-buying (called electoral promises), extremism, media manipulation, lies, misinformation and disinformation, invasions of other countries and the terrorising and murder of their people, persecution of Muslims, land theft (America, Australia, New Zealand, Palestine, Diego Garcia (Mauritius), Malvinas (Argentina)), insane capitalism where the majority of the people is exploited, indebted and hungry, an Islamic system is a civil system based on consultation, freedom and justice for all, including minorities, orphans, the old and the needy : « Their affairs are decided after due consultation among themselves » (Qur’an 42:38).  Good Muslims have no lessons to take from the European West on how they should conduct their affairs in their own country.

While European laws are based on Christian Laws (Canon Laws) and Christian Parties still dictate policies in Europe, for example, in Germany, Holland and Sweden, while the European extreme creation of Israel in Palestine is ruled by Apartheid Talmudist laws, Europeans have always declared war on Islam in their crusade to destroy the Islamic system which Muslims generally regard as superior to their corrupt and warmongering system.  It is no surprise that the CIA agent Hosni Mubarak banned and persecutes members of Islamic parties in Egypt, including the Muslim Brotherhood, a freedom party formed by Hassan al-Banna (1906-1949) to rid Egypt of British occupation (1882-1936).  They accuse the Muslim Brotherhood as being an extremist party when their own policies are an embodiment of fanatical extremism, torture and concentration camps.  Through their Zionist-controlled media, they embark on propaganda to demonise all Islamic concepts and terms such as Jihad (Struggle), Fatwa (legal opinion or ruling delivered by an Islamic Scholar), Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence), Sharia (Islamic Law), Talib (Student in Islam), Hizbullah (Party of God), and invent terms such as ‘islamist’, ‘jihadist’, which are non-Islamic terms, in their campaign to demonise Muslims and Islam.  This campaign has been going on for 1400 years but Islam has survived.

Belief of Muslims

Muslims believe that Islam is from God and is self-sufficient to run their lives and do not need to copy anyone else.  Muslims believe in the sovereignty of God and they can only submit to the will of God.  By definition, a Muslim is someone who submits to the will of God.  Where ever they are, even in Islamic countries, Muslims can only submit to the will of God although they have to comply with the laws of the state they live in.  Where they are in minority, it is also their duty to ensure that their Islamic identity is preserved and respected.

In Catholic France, the King of France was the « Lieutenant of God on earth » and the religion of the King was the religion of the people, or the people of God were the people of the King.  Also refer to St Augustin (354-430) in « Cité de Dieu ».  In Islam, the State neither represents nor replaces God.  In an Islamic State, the State must also serve God but is under obligation to respect the beliefs of those who differ from theirs.  In fact, the laws of the state must reflect the wishes of the people based on truthful information (as opposed to media propaganda and indoctrination), which is certainly not the case in Egypt, Arabia, Jordan, Libya, Algeria, Morocco, and so on.  Islam’s beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw) said :  « The greatest jihad is to speak the word of truth to a tyrant ».


Christopher Bollyn makes the following clear : « The growing intifada in Cairo and around Egypt has shown that the popular revolt is clearly spreading and will not be put down by Mubarak and his security forces.  The writing on the wall is clear, the years of Hosni Mubarak's tyranny is over.  The dictators across the region are planning their own escapes.  A new day is dawning in the Middle East and there will be no going back to the darkness of the days of the dictators.  The protests that are rocking the Middle East will eventually result in profound changes for the people of the Middle East by ending the decades of tyranny imposed on the people of the Middle East by the Zionist-controlled regimes of the United States, Britain, and Israel.  »

For his part, Robert Fisk, the Middle East correspondent for The Independent says : « It might be the end. It is certainly the beginning of the end. Across Egypt, tens of thousands of Arabs braved tear gas, water cannons, stun grenades and live fire yesterday [28 Jan 11] to demand the removal of Hosni Mubarak after more than 30 years of dictatorship. » (Independent 29 January 2011).  The paper’s Leading Article « Western hypocrisy towards the Arab world stands exposed » refers to the Europeans double standard in their relations with Arab countries.

While the world is watching developments in Egypt closely, Egyptians should be very careful with the inroads Mohamed ElBaredi, former head and nuclear inspector of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), who was bestowed in 2005 with a Zionist Nobel Peace Prize for his contribution in disarming Iraq to facilitate US invasion, is trying to make by putting himself forward as someone who is prepared to lead a transitional authority if asked (by whom?), as he told the Zionist-controlled French 24 television.  The Egyptian people should never trust him because he is also a CIA/MOSSAD agent.  While the main Opposition Party The Muslim Brotherhood has been banned, for his part, in an interview to Euronews, the allowed Opposition leader Ayman Nour of the ‘liberal’ El Ghad party is urging Dictator Mubarak to leave the country allegedly « to protect the interests of the Egyptian people ».  Even though he was jailed by Mubarak’s courts in 2005, Ayman Nour does not say that Egyptians must be freed from Mubarak’s tyranny, that all foreign interference should cease, and that Mubarak and his cohorts should be arrested and brought to justice.

But one thing is certain; the wind of freedom is blowing under the black cloak of tyranny and persecution in the Middle East.

M Rafic Soormally
29 July 2010

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