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Offer Free Trade, Not Foreign Aid to Egypt

Egypt is racing toward dictatorship.  But Washington always has been more interested in maintaining influence than encouraging democracy or promoting development in Egypt.  That’s why the U.S. provided more than $75 billion in “aid” over the years. 

In fact, the cash bought little leverage.  Hosni Mubarak spent decades oppressing Egyptian citizens and persecuting Coptic Christians despite Washington’s contrary advice.  Israel’s military superiority, not America’s money, bought peace. Today the Egyptian military needs the U.S.—for maintenance on and spare parts for those same weapons—more than the U.S. needs the Egyptian military.

Unfortunately, as elsewhere in the Third World, foreign “assistance” hindered economic development by effectively subsidizing Cairo’s inefficient dirigiste policies.  A decade ago the government finally decided to open the economy. 

Rebecca Nelson and Jeremy Sharp of the Congressional Research Service reported on “wide-ranging structural reforms, including tariff reductions, privatization of state-owned enterprises, and reductions in regulation of the private sector, among other policy measures, that aimed to improve the business environment and make Egypt’s economy more competitive.”  Meredith Broadbent of the Center for Strategic and International Studies cited corporate tax reductions and insurance regulation modernization. 

However, Egypt soon began to fall behind other reformers.  For instance, Broadbent pointed to the survival of “significant elements of a heavy-handed statist bureaucracy.”  The banking system was opaque, monopolistic, and inaccessible.  A joint report by the Carnegie Endowment and Legatum Institute cited the need to give poor Egyptians clear title to their property, reform the bankruptcy law, and reduce costs of opening, operating, and closing businesses.

Corruption was pervasive, with commerce dominated by cronyism and privilege.  The military controlled anywhere between 15 percent and 40 percent of the economy. 

The most serious economic hindrance was expensive consumer subsidies, particularly for food and fuel. Most of the benefits did not go to those in most need.  Moreover, the cost today accounts for roughly a third of the government’s budget and 14 percent of Egypt’s GDP. 

Thus, even after the Mubarak reforms unemployment and inflation remained high while Cairo ran large deficits.  The benefits of reform failed to reach many people, especially the extreme poor. 

The situation worsened after the 2011 revolution.  Uncertainty and insecurity discouraged investment.  The Morsi government hiked government employment and salaries.  The public deficit increased to 11 percent of GDP. 

The coup was another step backwards.  The government is focused on suppressing the Muslim Brotherhood and any other opposition, as well as reconstituting old political and economic relationships. Reported the Washington Post: “now some businessmen and officials implicated in post-uprising corruption probes are again in positions of power and influence, including in the cabinet appointed last summer by the military.” 

The prime minister said the government plans to “rationalize” the subsidy, but economic reform appears to be a low priority.  In September the regime launched a “$4.2 billion program for “economic development and social justice,” the sort of big spending initiative which has not worked elsewhere.    

Military rule could offer a form of stability.  However, Gen. Abdel Fata al-Sisi’s brutality has encouraged increasingly violent opposition. Policemen are regularly being killed, and both auto and suicide bombings are on the rise.  Such violence could frighten off investors and tourists. 

In this environment American financial assistance would be even more harmful than before.  The massive aid coming from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states—given purely for the political purpose of combating the Brotherhood—reduces any financial pressure on the regime to streamline economic policy. More checks from Washington to Gen. al-Sisi’s burgeoning pharaonic state would make the government even less likely to enact needed reforms.

In contrast, freer trade would be a positive good.  Lower trade barriers would improve the natural reward for an entrepreneurial population.

Meredith Broadbent proposed negotiating a free trade agreement—previous talks left off in 2005—and updating the bilateral investment treaty.  The Carnegie-Legatum study suggested as a second best creating “qualifying Industrial Zones—especially in the underdeveloped areas of Upper Egypt.” The Institute for International Economics once projected that an FTA would increase Egypt’s GDP by three percent annually.

A new accord also would benefit U.S. firms which have been left at a disadvantage by the EU-Egyptian FTA. Such agreements, Broadbent argued, “can serve as systemic tools to help pry open closed government regulatory processes.”

Absent an inclusive political process, Egypt likely faces an unstable and violent future.  However, economic reform also is necessary.  That is unlikely to come from lectures and money from foreign governments.  But the prospect of increased participation in international commerce would offer a far more powerful and direct incentive for action.  Washington should propose that the two governments free up investment and trade.

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Saudi Arabia is expected to give Egypt up to $4 billion in additional aid in the form of central bank deposits and petroleum products, Egyptian daily newspaper Al-Ahram reported on Thursday.

The UAE is also expected to contribute $1.8 billion to the new aid package in the form of fuel shipments, the source added.

Citing an unnamed ministerial source, the newspaper said the package would be worked out during a visit next week to the oil-rich kingdom by Egypt's interim Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi.

According to Al-Ahram, half of the latest Saudi aid package is expected to be deposited at the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) before the end of January, with the other half to be delivered in the form of fuel shipments

Gulf Arab states have pledged $12 billion to Egypt since the 3 July overthrow of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood.

An anonymous source familiar with the matter told Ahram Online on Thursday that Egypt has already received the full amount of the first Gulf aid package in the form of deposits at the CBE, grants and fuel shipments.

The funds have kept the economy afloat during political turmoil, which has hit investment and tourism particularly hard.

CBE governor Hisham Ramez assured earlier this week in televised statements that foreign reserves will not fall below their current level of $17.03 billion, despite holding an exceptional FOREX auction earlier this week which sold off $1.5 billion.

Banks and state-run institutions snatched up the dollars in order to import staple commodities, raw materials and pharmaceutical components.

Egypt is expected to shortly announce the details of its second economic stimulus package since Morsi's ouster, amid hopes of boosting tepid growth rates and reassuring investors, Finance Minister Ahmed Galal said on Tuesday.

The Egyptian economy grew by just 1.04 percent in the first quarter of the 2013/14 fiscal year, according to CBE data.

The U.S. is unlikely to cut

The U.S. is unlikely to cut off aid that funds counterterrorism operations or security in the Sinai Peninsula and along Egypt’s border with Israel and the Gaza Strip, according to the Times and the Associated Press. The administration is expected to announce the exact cuts in the coming days.

American officials say that military aid doesn’t just promote peace between Egypt and Israel, it also gives the U.S. benefits such as “expedited processing” for U.S. Navy warships when they pass through the Suez Canal. A 2009 U.S. embassy cable released by WikiLeaks makes essentially the same point:

President Mubarak and military leaders view our military assistance program as the cornerstone of our mil-mil relationship and consider the USD 1.3 billion in annual FMF as "untouchable compensation" for making and maintaining peace with Israel. The tangible benefits to our mil-mil relationship are clear: Egypt remains at peace with Israel, and the U.S. military enjoys priority access to the Suez Canal and Egyptian airspace.

According to the State Department, the military aid has included tanks, armored personnel carriers, antiaircraft missile batteries and surveillance aircraft in addition to the F-16 fighters and Apache attack helicopters. In the past, the Egyptian government has bought some of the weaponry on credit.

How important is the aid to Egypt?

Pretty important. Saudi Arabia, which along with other Persian Gulf countries pledged $12 billion in aid to Egypt after the coup, promised to make up the difference in any aid cut by the U.S. or other Western nations.

The Egyptian government declined to comment on the reported cuts on Wednesday.

“We have not been officially informed of any change,” BadrAbdellaty, a spokesman for the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, told the Washington Post. “Until the administration takes its decision and informs us officially, we cannot comment.”


On the 3rd of November 2013, John Kerry visited Egypt, praised the Egyptian government and declared that Egypt is going on the right path to Democracy.

While, On the 17th of January 2014, John Kerry said that It’s not one vote that determines a democracy. The United States urges the interim Egyptian government to take steps towards reconciliation. Democracy is more than any one referendum or election. US have consistently expressed their serious concern about the leading up to the referendum, just as US expressed their concerns about the dangerous path Egypt’s elected government had chosen in the year that lead to 2013′s turbulence. The absence of a fully inclusive process in drafting and debating the constitution ahead of the referendum, and procedural violations during the referendum, such as lack of ballot secrecy.

Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable – a most sacred right – a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world. Said Abraham Lincoln.

Abraham Lincoln

John Bin Kerry, If Abraham Lincoln was alive he was going to tell you that you have the right to remain silent and anything you say can and will be used against you!

Egyptians did exactly what Abraham Lincoln said. They shook off the Muslim Brotherhood fascist government, formed a new one that suits them better and liberated not just Egypt, but 30/6 was a wake up call to the world and especially America to liberate themselves from the terrorism camp inside their own territory, before it is too late!

Take a good look on the 2014 and the 2012 constitutional referendum results breakdown, if all you came up with, is criticizing and attacking Egypt and spread lies of this fake support to Egyptians Mr. Kerry, and you didn’t even congratulate Egyptians with one single poor word on the success achieved through the positive voting, then I’m gladly informing you that your hallucination disease is a hopeless case!

John Kerry you are a blatant liar and a hypocrite. No John Bin Kerry, you did not express any worries or any concerns when Muslim Brothers violated our rights and terrorized us. You are a big tall liar John Kerry, because US did not condemn any of the Muslim Brothers massacres against Egyptians. US started to punish Egypt after the 30th of June revolt, and not when Muslim Brothers were in power.

Really Mr. Kerry, now you are saying that it’s not one vote that determines a democracy! now you are claiming that democracy is more than any one referendum or election! What happened to the broken record of “The legitimate democratically elected Mohamed Morsi and the elected government”? Kerry, are you really addressing this speech to us!? Muslim Brotherhood took the Egyptian community for granted and controlled all Egypt’s joints by terrorizing and fascism and you guys ignored all their crimes and violations against us, and now you are talking about what and what isn’t representing democracy!

Let me refresh your memory a little bit Mr. Kerry. In 2012 when your Muslim Brothers were in power, the 2012 constitution was formed only by Islamist Extremist currents. Other currents withdrew when they realized that their role in the committee was just a hanged picture on the wall and they were not allowed to represent the different currents in the Egyptian community. The articles of 2012 constitution were dragging Egypt to the dark ages path! You Kerry and the US administration congratulated Mohamed Morsi and supported them against our will, and totally ignored their blatant violations!

International observers in 2012 were largely absent from polling stations due to time and bureaucratic constraints. The Carter Center refused to monitor the referendum process, citing the short preparation period and inability to comprehensively asses the referendum process in time! Muslim Brothers allowed Egyptians abroad to vote by emails and mails and opened the doors for votes forgery. This was not allowed in 2014 constitution.

In 2012, Muslim Brothers were directing poor voters and bought their votes for food and money. Did Kerry condemn this, no he didn’t. In 2014, Muslim Brothers took many identities of Poor simple people under the claim of providing food supplies and did not give them their identities back to stop them from voting. Did Kerry condemn this? No he didn’t.

In addition, Numerous allegations of fraud and vote rigging in 2012 were made by the opposition National Salvation Front and many civil society groups, and no investigations were allowed at this time because Mr. Kerry’s Muslim Brothers were in power. The majority of judges refused to participate in observing the disgraceful constitution of Brotherhood, except for some corrupted judges, their loyalty was to Brotherhood and not to the oath of loyalty to their own country. Were you concerned then John Bin lying? No, you weren’t.

Mr. Kerry totally ignored the reports of International observers who did attend and monitor the voting process of 2014. The Chief of International observers delegate declared that the process and procedures during the voting on the 2014 constitution were according to the International rules and regulations.The few violations took pace did not affect the transparent operation of voting. He also confirmed that the Egyptian authorities fulfilled their commitments in organizing and securing the whole process and the existence of police and military securing the committees did not bother the observers and the majority of Egyptian people have a strong desire in moving forward to stability and peace.

Ms Tera Dahl, American International observer on the 2014 constitution, she said that Egyptians are looking for a better future. The foreign media are misleading. Egyptians were celebrating the referendum on the constitution, while the foreign media were talking about fears and worries about the voting process. The 30th of June 2013 revolution was bigger than the 25th Of Jan 2011. Washington post and New York Times are not publishing what is happening in reality in Egypt. The foreign media did not mention anything about the Muslim Brotherhood acts of violence and terror during the voting process.

Ms Tera Dahl was very honest when she said that it is like what happened in the United States after the Independence and what followed in the US history, the process was not perfect, but she eye-witnessed many Egyptians doing their utmost and US should help Egyptians to achieve their goal in having a safe and a free country.

Egyptians challenged terror and Muslim Brotherhood threats and attempts to ruin the voting and the Egyptian authorities fulfilled their commitments regarding securing the voting process and the voters and they have proven wrong the foreign media and human rights organizations false claims that Egypt has a poor weak security conditions. On the other hand, international news agencies did not say a word about the attempts of Muslim Brothers terrorists to ruin the voting!

Did Mr. Kerry condemn any violations or forgery which took place in relation to the 2012 constitution? No he didn’t. Did Obama’s administration or their politicized medias condemn any? No they didn’t, foreign media just mentioned a few lines for their readers kind information only.

I’m not claiming that Egypt is doing everything perfectly, but we are doing our best, we are trying to do all what we can the right way and we do learn from our mistakes. We are struggling to move forward, we are fighting for survival, we are fighting a pure black evil terrorism, we want to work hard to see Egypt one day a great country in all aspects, instead of helping us to move forward, and instead of encouraging us to continue in the right path we have chosen away from fascism and dictatorship, The US Administration insist on challenging our will and wants to force their own agenda on the Egyptian people.

What kind of reconciliation Mr. Kerry is urging Egypt to apply? Tell you what Mr. verse versa, when the United States of America make reconciliation with Al Qaeda Terrorist Organization, we promise to think about your farce urgent suggestion some times in the future to make reconciliation with their cousins Muslim Brotherhood terrorists Organization!

If someone terrorize or kill one of your kids Mr. Kerry, would you accept to make a reconciliation with him? Would America accept to make reconciliation with Al Qaeda who killed their beloved on 9/11?! Mr. contradictory, please let the real Americans speak out for themselves!

Mr. Kerry mentioned the 25th of Jan 2011 more than one time in his statement and not a single word about the 30th of June 2013! This is confirming to us again and again, that the US administration doesn’t admit what happened on the 30th of June as a revolution because it did destroy the US agenda particularly in Egypt and generally in the Middle East. Kerry mentioned the revolutionaries the 25th of Jan, what about the revolutionaries and martyrs of the 30th of June?! Not a word… Not even Christians Mr. Kerry!?

Egyptians feel sick every time they hear any US officials talk about morals, freedom and democracy sponsored by the US. And it is disgusting also to hear these US officials concerned about the Egyptian people and their future. Don’t you guys feel any shame or embarrassment from all these blatant lies of yours?!

The US administration only cares for its own interests even if these interests are going to participate in shedding the blood of humanity. Stop lying and stop pretending because we read history Mr. Kerry! Soon, the whole world will find out what kind of dirty deals were going on between the US administration, the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda, Qatar and Turkey against the Egyptian people, John Bin Lying Kerry claimed that the US care for them.

If America wants to get rid of terrorism it is not going to happen by exporting it to the Middle East region Mr. Kerry, but to stop participating in it! It is not true that the Middle East is exporting terrorism to the US or any other country. Terrorism is not a part of opposition current participating in political life and disagreeing with the regime.

Terrorism is the use of fear and acts of violence in order to intimidate societies or governments. Many different types of social or political organizations might use terrorism to try to achieve their goals, be aware America, you have many of these social and political organizations in the USA. People who do terrorism are called terrorists Mr. Kerry. And wake up America before it’s too late.

America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.
Abraham Lincoln


You can criticize us, disagree with us but with honesty and fairness, not by false accusations and fierce attacks, and ruining the reputation of our country in front of your public opinion and misleading your readers and spreading lies and fabricated narrative stories.

Your job is to publish facts and not to incite for violence or biased to terrorism against 87 million Egyptian who struggle to get their country on the right track. Your job is to work with us for a common goal and help us to achieve it by publishing truth and facts as they are happening on the real ground, and not to translate them in your pure imagination to serve a certain agenda.

Yes Dear International News Agencies Imbeciles, you lost our respect. This article is dedicated to my dear imbeciles of foreign news agencies, international human rights organizations and foreign governments. I always treat people the way I want to be treated, with respect. And as long as you contempt my people’s free will and challenge their free choices, you don’t deserve any respect.

You are smearing every step we take, any decision we make. You smeared and ridiculed Egyptians voting on the constitution referendum. You accused us of ignorance and retardation of voting on something we have no idea what it is! You claimed that Egyptians were forced to go and vote yes on the constitution. You claimed that we gave away our freedom because we did not accept to be directed by you!

You did not condemned Muslim Brotherhood practices and human rights violations when we were screaming for human rights support. You did not publish the truth when Muslim Brothers were controlling all the country’s joints and dragging us to the dark ages in all aspects.

You don’t take any initiative to listen and publish opinion of more than 80% of the Egyptian population and what they really want.

You claim that Egyptians are giving away their freedom and decent living and social justice for security by a police and military state. Despite our weak economy, Egyptians did not revolt against their regime for food under any circumstances, it was mainly a revolt against changing the identity and entity of a 7000 years old great civilization. It was a dignity and freedom revolt. What do you know about Egyptians?! Nothing.

You guys are in total denial status! We don’t have any expectations from you guys, because even when you were supposed to write about the constitution, you had to mix the voting issue with the same broken record expressions, Egypt’s military Coup, Egypt is oppressing freedom of speech, military ruling and Egypt is back to dictatorship, Egypt is smashing the opposition and peaceful protests!

Meantime, You are deploying all your efforts in smearing and attacking one Egyptian man! This fierce attack on our Minister of defense is telling us one thing, you guys are panicking that Sisi becomes the next president of Egypt. You are not attacking him personally, but you are attacking his popularity. Because he dared to take his own people’s side and protected them from a civil war. Because he dared to stand against a fascist regime that you guys are supporting. Because he directed Egypt to independence away from the US peanuts Aid. Because he reacted positively to meet with Egyptians demands and did not stay neutral watching us getting slaughtered by your favorite Muslim Brothers terrorists. Because he did his duty and the Armed forces duty in protecting Egypt’s national security and unity.

Egyptians will choose whatever path they want for their own country and not your agenda’s path. Egyptians became independent when they realized that the people of Egypt are the only power and source of all authorities. Game over!

Shameful and disgraceful Samples of International news agencies articles about the constitution referendum voting

HUFFINGTON POST published on 16/1/2014 “U.S. Must Suspend Funding to Egypt’s Military Regime”, written by Kerry Kennedy / President, Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.

Ms Kerry, Egypt did not ask for funding or aid from the United States of America, you really should address your anger and attacks on the US instead of launching your missiles against Egypt. I also don’t think the United States of America is a rotten kid in your own Kinder garden that needs some lecturing and instructions from a human rights tutor like yourself.

Your saying that it is prohibited funding to countries where democratically elected governments are toppled by a military coup. What is the definition of democracy Ms Kerry? If democracy has the same definition of fascism, then you are talking about a totally different regime, did not exist in Egypt!

You also have chosen wrongly the word “elected” because obviously you are not aware of the fact that presidential elections were forged. I consider you using this military coup expression, as an insult to all Egyptians who participated in the 30th of June revolution, because this statement of yours is forging facts and history. The military’s duty Ms human rights tutor, is to protect the country and the people and that’s what the Egyptian Armed Forces did, they did their duty and met their own people’s demand.

I agree with you Ms kerry, that the U.S. government must stand on the side of human rights, the rule of law, and democratic progress; Except that you addressed this statement of yours in the wrong place and time. You should have mentioned this brilliant statement of yours to the US when Your Muslim Brothers and Sisters were in power in Egypt, because Obama’s administration was rewarding, supporting and financing a terrorist Organization who violated human rights, acted above the law and ruled the country with fascism and dictatorship. Read history and learn Ms Kerry, because it is a disgrace to be either ignorant or a blatant liar!

The Editorial of the Guardian published on 16/1/2014 The Arab spring: made in Tunisia, broken in Egypt - Where did Tunisia go right, and Egypt so wrong?

Tunis is not enjoying peace nor democracy, you blatant liars, read Tunis news and do your homework with some honesty!

The regime in Tunis is no difference than the former terrorist regime in Egypt. Except that they have put into consideration that what happened to their Brothers in Egypt is likely to happen in Tunis, so they just backed off a little bit, fearing to face the same destiny if they follow the same agenda of their idiots brothers in Egypt. It is as simple as this!

The military in Egypt delivered the authority after the 2012 forged elections to Muslim Brothers and did not interfere in politics my dear Guardian editorial board, the military in Egypt protected the country and the people from a civil war, If the military stayed neutral and ignored more than 33 million Egyptian demands, Egypt was going to have the same Syrian scenario. It is also as simple as this! I guess you guys wanted a civil war to take place in Egypt, so you can have something to munch-on instead of having this daily burden of inventing fabricated news!

Your claiming that Egypt is back to despotism the minute Sisi will become the president, this is not an accusation to Egypt nor an insult to Egyptians or to Sisi, this is actually a direct insult and accusation to the United States of America who supported Mubarak’s regime for more than 30 years! Do you remember Editorial imbeciles of the Guardian that Mubarak was a civil president with a military background?!

The law doesn’t forbid a civil man with military background to run for presidency. Is the US a leader in the world or a follower? Since when the US is forced by any country to take certain action that they reject! Since the guardian said so, I guess! Ask the previous American administration and the current one, why did they support Mubarak for 30 years! Were they magnetized by the curse of pharaohs?!

MIAMI HERALD Posted on Friday, 17/1/2014 France: Egypt should look to Tunisia’s example.

Yes right. Just like when you guys said that Egypt should follow the real path of Yemen’s democracy! Indeed Yemen is going on your right path of division. This is the real democratic path when an Arab country gets divided to provinces that’s the right path! Let them divide their own countries and kill each others.

Egypt doesn’t follow any country’s path, specially the countries which entered into internal conflicts and division. Who told you that Tunis is a freedom and democracy heaven?! Read the latest on Tunis news, There is a conflict in Tunis with constant economic, social, security crisis. It is a matter of fateful crisis. The regime in Tunis is scared to face the same destiny of their brothers in Egypt, so they are using pain killers against the opposition and protests! Political activists and opposition leaders got killed in Tunis, same scenario in Egypt, coalition of the regime with terrorists! And soon it will blow in their faces, just watch Tunis closely, instead of fabricating stories about the real situation there.

Egyptians are not giving their freedom away and Egyptians were not Voting Away Their Freedoms, like Time Magazine published By Jared Malsin on 14/1/2014, that Egyptians are giving away their freedom. Egyptians are choosing what they want and not what a bunch of politicized journalists want.

The Truth about Obama and MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

The First Trial of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi started on the 4th of November 2013 (incitement of killing demonstrators at Etihadeya Presidential Palace. Other charges and accusations will be handled in separate trials. (the dates of trials will be announced soon by the Judges of investigations).

Mohamed Morsi will be trialed for Ten serious Treason charges and crimes committed during his reign.
1.After 30th of June 2013 Revolution and Mohamed Morsi was ousted, The Egyptian Military discovered recordings and Original Documents signed by former Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi and his second in command Khairat Al-Shater, linking Obama and his administration to illegal activities with Muslim Brotherhood and Egyptian ousted President.

A list of Muslim Brotherhood officials received secret bribes paid in US Dollars by the US Consulate, amounting Millions of Dollars. Obama’s Half Brother, Malik Obama, was one of the engineers of that major bribes investments of Muslim Brotherhood.
It also involves the Muslim Brotherhood International Organization Finances Worldwide, which include 8 Billion Dollar Bribe to Muslim Brotherhood paid by Obama’s administration. That 8 Billion Dollar was a payment bribe to guarantee that the Sinai Peninsula, be turned over to the Muslim Brotherhood Sister, Group Hamas, in order to achieve peace with Israel and end the Palestinian cause by moving Palestinian of Gaza Strip to Sinai.

In an interview with the Anatolia News Agency, Saad Al-Shater, the son of a Muslim Brotherhood leader, the detained Khairat Al-Shater, said that his father had in his hand documents and recordings evidence that will land the head of United States of America, President Obama.

New recordings and calls were revealed recently on 23/10/2013, exposing the dirty deals between the USA, Muslim Brotherhood Organization, Ousted President Morsi and Al-Qaeda Organization, for more details, click here The Dirty Deals Of The USA With Muslim Brotherhood And Al-Qaeda Terrorist Organization reports, “Six American Islamist activists who work with the Obama administration are Muslim Brotherhood operatives who enjoy strong influence over U.S. policy.”

Arif Alikhan — assistant secretary for policy development for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Mohammed Elibiary — homeland security advisor.

Rashad Hussain — special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).

Salam al-Marayati — Obama advisor, founder of Muslim Public Affairs Council and its current executive director.

Imam Mohamed Magid — Obama’s sharia czar, Islamic Society of North America.

Eboo Patel — advisory council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships.

Obama continued to support Mohamed Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood Regime, while Brotherhood regime was setting up torture chambers for their political enemies, and despite the several crimes and massacres comitted by Muslim Brotherhood against the whole Egyptian community, since they got to power till after the 30th of June 2013 revolution and Brotherhood crimes and massacres against Christians and churches burnt!

2. Ousted Egyptian President cover up the killing of 16 Egyptian soldiers in Rafah, Sinai Broders 5/8/2012, assassins escaped through the borders to Gaza strip, after accomplishing the massacre. The Egyptian Military asked Hamas Organization to deliver the killers involved in that massacres, after investigations revealed they were from Hamas and Al-Qassam Groups in Gaza. Hamas refused to deliver the assassins to the Egyptian Authorities after Ousted President Morsi announced case closed on 7/6/2013, and announced publicly, knowing the truth about that case is not going to do the Egyptian people any good, on the contrary it will harm them!.

3. The kidnapping of 7 Egyptian soldiers in Sinai Borders on 16/5/2013, Egyptian Intelligence revealed the kidnappers from Hamas Group and Extremist Islamist Gihadi Groups in Sinai. Mohamed Morsi ousted President, announced publicly that he cares for the safety and security of the kidnappers as well as the kidnapped soldiers. After negotiating with Kidnappers, the 7 soldiers were released. Mohamed Morsi ordered case closed and forbidden the Egyptian Authorities to follow on the case to arrest kidnappers!. (just between brackets, that kidnapping issue sounded and seemed exactly like Wag the Dog year 1997 Movie of Robert De Niro)

4. Treason charges for The Abdication of the Egyptian sovereignty on Halayeb and Shalateen, Egyptian Land on the border with Sudan. Three official Sudanese confirmed publicly that Ousted President Morsi promised Al-Bashir President of Sudan during their meeting held on April 2013, that Egypt is going to waive Halayeb and Shalateen to Sudan in order to end up the crisis with Sudan. Later on after that promise from Ousted President, Muslim Brotherhood and Their political party published Egypt Map without Halayeb and Shalateen and removed Both Halayab & Shalateen from Geography School Books!.

ousted President

5. Allowing and permitting foreign Terrorists bases existence in Sinai Egyptian territory, and effecting terror acts on Egyptian lands, ousted President was ordering the opening of borders between Egypt and Gaza, disregarding the National security and the Egyptian Intelligence reports of possible terror acts against Egypt. Including the misusing of full executive Authorities, in giving general Presidential pardon to more than 18 convicted Criminals and terrorists committed terror acts against Egyptian civilians, military and police individuals, Writers and famous public figures and also presidential Pardon included Terrorists who committed terror acts and massacres against tourists during the 90′s.

6. Presidential Elections forgery, threatens and forbidden Christians voters from voting and threatens of burning the whole country in Case Mohamed Morsi Brotherhood Candidate loses presidential Elections.

7. Insulting the Egyptian judiciary through Direct accusations announced publicly by ousted President Mohamed Morsi against the Egyptian symbols of judicial, and the deliberate non-implementation of the provisions by direct orders from ousted Morsi through his appointed General Attorney, illegally appointed By Ousted President, and the misuse of ousted President and Muslim Brotherhood leaders of full executive authorities acting above Egyptian laws and Constitution. Ousted President and Brotherhood leaders incitement to their supporters of attacking and assassination Judiciary symbols of the Egyptian Superior Constitutional Court.
8. Ousted President Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood members are charged with inciting, the killing and torture of protesters in front of the Etihadeya presidential palace, which took place on 5/12/2012. Charges relate to the death of about a dozen people and many got seriously injured in violent clashes outside the presidential palace after ousted President enraged protesters with a decree expanding his powers.

9. Treason and espionage with foreign countries and foreign intelligence committed by Mohamed Morsi ousted President and escaping Wadi El-Natron Prison in Egypt. Morsi was arrested along with 33 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders on 28 January 2011. He was released from prison on 29/1/2011, through The break of Wadi el-Natroun Prison by Hamas organization Militants, who broke Egyptian Prisons, killed Police individuals and released many terrorists from jails including Mohamed Morsi, ousted President. (On 17/11/2013 Muslim Brotherhood assassinated Mohamed Mabrouk, the Official National Security Officer and the main eyewitness on the espionage case.

10. Ousted President Mohamed Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood leaders are also facing serious charges of corruption, treason and responsibility for the killing and incitement of committing terror acts starting from the 4th of July 2013 till after 14/8/2013 the disengagement of Rabaa & Nahda Sit-In.