Muslim Brotherhood

Pharaoh Al-Sisi Takes Control in Egypt: Obama Administration Sacrifices Security and Human Rights

Most of the roughly $75 billion given to Cairo over the years enriched political and military elites and funded the purpose of prestige weapons from American arms makers.  The U.S. never received much “leverage” over Egypt's leaders in return. 

Paul: War on Christians Ignored

Fred Lucas, The Blaze

“From Boston to Zanzibar, there’s a worldwide war on Christianity,” Rand Paul said to applause Fri. when speaking at the Values Voter Summit in D.C.

O a Muslim Brotherhood Member?

Kyle Becker, IJReview.com

An Egyptian newspaper claims that the son of a Muslim Brotherhood leader threatened Obama with release of papers revealing his MB membership.

Finally, Common Sense on Egypt Aid

Sen. Rand Paul, Washington Times

Paul is heartened that both parties are hesitating to send more money into the unstable situation.

Violence Against Christians Growing

Noah Beck, Human Events

As Egypt’s Islamists blame Christians for the ouster of Morsi, anti-Christian violence has reached epidemic levels, with some 82 churches across Egypt attacked and heavily damaged by Morsi supporters in 48 hours.

America Should Stay Out of Egyptian Bloodbath

As Senator Rand Paul noted in an op-ed for CNN, by “constantly intervening in these troubled parts of the world is that there are often no clear good guys or bad guys. Today's ally can quickly become tomorrow's enemy." McCain, Graham and Obama should keep America out of Egypt and let Egyptians decide where their future lies.

Jihad Unleashed on Coptic Christians

Raymond Ibrahim, Human Events

Jihad has been unleashed on Egypt’s Coptic Christian minority, and given full sanction from Islamist leaders, from “radical” al-Qaeda, to the supposedly “moderate” Muslim Brotherhood.

McCain and Graham Give Big Hug to the Jihadis of the Muslim Brotherhood

As Newt Gingrich said, “The level of self-deception necessary to misunderstand the Muslim Brotherhood verges on a psychosis.” McCain and Graham are doing neither America nor Egypt a favor by giving a big group hug to the Muslim Brotherhood.

Cut Cairo’s Dole: It Hurts America and Egypt

Cato's Doug Bandow makes the case that no one in Egypt seems to be listening to Washington today. Egypt’s military is shooting demonstrators, setting political schedules, appointing civilians friendly to the military, and planning to rewrite the constitution. The Obama administration’s decision to ignore American law by continuing U.S. assistance, despite the military coup, is making the situation in Egypt worse.

America: The Democracy Hypocrites

Patrick J. Buchanan, Antiwar.com

“Whether or not our interests have been advanced, our ideals seem to have been wounded.”

RPaul Slams US Support of Egypt

Tom Toupousis, Newsmax

Paul blasts NeoCons for backing military junta in Egypt with U.S. taxpayer funds.

Senator Paul: Egypt Shows Folly Of U.S. Intervention Abroad

As Senator Rand Paul noted, the problem “with constantly intervening in these troubled parts of the world is that there are often no clear good guys or bad guys. Today's ally can quickly become tomorrow's enemy. This should be a paramount and obvious concern, but in Washington it is almost always treated as an afterthought.” Obama, neo-cons in Congress, the 40 U.S. military personnel we just sent to Egypt as “peacekeepers,” and the average American taxpayer, must now face the reality that, despite the trillions invested, our American government has done a lousy job of picking winners and losers in foreign political contests.

Morsi Regime’s Twin: Obama Regime

Andrew B. Wilson, American Spectator

Both are corrupt, full of lunacy, and beholden to the Muslim Brotherhood.

MSMedia Ignores Egypt’s Arab Spring

John Hayward, Human Events

The protest against Obama-backed Muslim Brotherhood Egypt regime is one of history's largest.

EXCLUSIVE: BEAT LAMAR Blasts Alexander for Taking Money From Lobbying Firm That Backs Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Government

BEAT LAMAR is holding Tennessee Republican Senator Lamar Alexander accountable for taking money from employees of a K Street firm that lobbied Congress to buy fighter jets given to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood government.