Mohammed Basindawa Prime Minister Yemen nearly assassinated

Mohammed Basindawa the Prime Minister Yemen escaped an assassinated attempt as a gunman opened fire on his motorcade. How about that Arab Spring thing?

Mohammed Basindawa the Prime Minister Yemen escaped unharmed.

Egypt considers outlawing Muslim Brotherhood

egypt-flagEgypt is considering outlawing the Muslim Brotherhood according to the latest reports. All I can say is, what took so long Egyptians? This is an absolutely brilliant idea that should have been done decades ago.

Of course this will make Obama and John Kerry mad, especially considering the Muslim Brotherhood operatives within the Obama regime.
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Egypt burns, Christians killed, John Kerry goes kiteboarding

john-kerry1Remember back around July 4th when Lurch John Kerry was sitting on his yacht as Egypt was on fire and Americans got killed? Well, this time with Egypt on fire he’s gone kiteboarding in Nantucket. The Blaze has obtained exclusive photos of Secretary of State John Kerry’s kiteboarding adventure in Nantucket. Wish I could afford swanky vacations like Lurch and Obama and take off whenever I damn well pleased.

Egypt burns, Christians killed, John Kerry goes kiteboarding
Egypt burns, Christians killed, John Kerry goes kiteboarding
Egypt burns, Christians killed, American leadership
Egypt burns, Christians killed, American ‘leadership’

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Coptic Christian churches set on fire during Day of Rage in Egypt

Obama bin MorsiToday was the ‘Day of Rage’ by the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. While Obama rides his bike like a girl, 60 more people were killed and again Coptic Christians were set on fire.

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Total deaths in Egypt from violence rises to 638

Hey Obama! You built that! 638 people have died in Egypt since violence erupted earlier this week between the Egyptian military and pro-Morsi supporters. Obama is still supporting Morsi.

Habiba Ahmed Abd Elaziz reporter for UAE XPress shot dead in Cairo

Habiba Ahmed Abd Elaziz was a reporter killed in Egypt during the violence Abd Elaziz was a reporter for XPress – a Dubai and Abu Dhabi newspaper in the United Arab Emirates and a sister publication of Gulf News. Habiba Ahmed Abd Elaziz has become the second reporter killed in Cairo during the violent protests. Earlier it was reported that a Sky News photojournalist killed during Egypt protests and shot in the head.

Habiba Ahmed Abd Elaziz reporter for UAE XPress shot dead in Cairo
Habiba Ahmed Abd Elaziz reporter for UAE XPress shot dead in Cairo – Image credit Huffington Post

Habiba Ahmed Abd Elaziz was only 26-years-old. She also had a Facebook page. While the writings on the page are in Arabic it doesn’t take a translator to show that there are many condolences being posted on her page.

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278 killed in Egypt violence, including 43 policemen

egypt-flagThe final body count after the violence in Egypt has left 278 people dead, which includes 43 policemen (and at least two reporters.) Over 2,000 people were injured in the violence.


Meanwhile, as Egypt burns, Obama golfs with NBC.

Mick Deane – Sky News photojournalist killed during Egypt protests

Mick Deane, a Sky News photojournalist was shot in the head and killed during the Egypt protests. Mick Deane was 61 years old. Sky News is basically the British version of Fox News, owned by Newscorp.

The reaction to the death of Mick Deane on Twitter is of sadness. None of the usual crap you’d see in America if an actual Fox News came

Mohammed ElBaradei – Egypt Vice President resigns after bloodshed

egypt-flagMohammed ElBaradei – Egypt Vice President resigns after bloodshed

Here’s a real classic from ElBaradei:

‘I Cannot Bear Responsibility For One Drop Of Blood’

149 people were killed. Mostly (but not all) pro-Morsi.


From CNN:
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2 police killed, 6 injured clearing pro-Morsi supporters in Egypt

egypt-flag2 police killed, 6 injured during the clearing of pro-Morsi supporters in Egypt. The news in America has completely ignored what’s been happening recently in Egypt. This is getting some coverage on Twitter from the media, but it might not be beyond there.

During the clashes between police and pro-Morsi protesters in Egypt, tear gas has been used:

Egyptians don’t like Robert S. Ford for next ambassador to Egypt

barack-obama-muslim-turban-new-jpgRobert S. Ford is likely the next ambassador to Egypt. In what will end up to be yet another ‘brilliant’ move by the Obama regime, Egyptians don’t like Robert S. Ford. A lot of Egyptians hate towards Ford is from the rumor on the Internet that he ran “death squads” in Iraq when he was political counselor at the embassy between 2004-2006. These reports have never been proven.

“It is a very difficult task,” Mohamed Elmenshawy, director at the Middle East Institute in Washington, told FoxNews.com. “Given the level of anti-American sentiment from all Egyptian political players, Ford has serious challenges ahead of him. It will take serious initiatives by the U.S. to recover its reputation in Egypt in order to make the mission of the new ambassador easier.
Earlier this week, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki told a roomful of reporters that “we have determined that we do not have to make a determination,” on whether the U.S. government considered the recent Egyptian military uprising a coup – which could affect U.S. aid there.

Obama State Department calls for Egypt to release Morsi

super-muslim-obamaObama/John Kerry State Department has now demanded to that the Egypt military release deposed Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi. This out to do wonders for America/Egyptian relations. Egyptian protesters with signs said Obama supports terrorists. They have been proven right once again.
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