A recent documentary was released titled, “The Square.” It is a highly acclaimed documentary supported exclusively on the American “Netflix” streaming website. It is even in fact nominated for an Oscar, which will be on March 2nd, 2014.
Qatar has exceed all limits by supporting the Muslim Brotherhood, America and Israel. It keeps insulting Egypt, its people and army through its news network Aljazira in Arabic and English languages. Furthermore, it supports enemies of Egypt like Sheikh Qaradawi and grant them a Qatari citizenship in order to protect them.
A friend asked me about the unforgivable sin in the bible. It was no easy question, and at that time I was busy studying the 2014 constitution. However, when I thought about the question, I realized that the current situation in Egypt can explain what the unforgivable sin means.
The Egyptians are willing to forget about so many mistakes by the Muslim Brotherhood, but it insists to be a terrorist group and decided to change the identity of Egypt by force. Its supporters insist on dividing the country and convert it into an Islamic state. This is apparently an unforgivable sin.
Egyptian media is run by many wild generals like Ahmed Bahgat, businessman and owner of Dream TV, Mohamed Amin, contractor and owner of 14 private satellite channels, Naguib Sawiros, businessman and owner of ONTV as well as several newspapers, Emad Gad, chairman of Tahrir TV, pharmacist Makram Mahanna, CEO of Mehwar TV, and Tarek Nour, CEO of al-Kahera Welnas TV.
Trying to re-assure the Egyptian people, some people claim Egypt is able to fight terrorism just like she did in the nineties. I don’t want to cause panic, but I need to demonstrate that Egypt and terrorism are different from the nineties.
I’ll start today’s article with a sincere congratulation to our new Marshal Abd El-fatah El-sisi in spite I had long time ago and still a complicated complex from this title in the Egyptian Army we had sad memories with it starting with the first ever Marshal and vice president Ex. President R.I.P Nasser appointed! We ended up with a bitter defeat loosing Sinai, and suicide - or assassination who knows!!
It is safe to approximate that Egypt’s labour force is split into three categories. We have about thirty-one percent working in agriculture, seventeen percent in industrial work, and fifty-two percent in the service industry.
36 months have passed since the revolution of January 25. Yet, dissociation has infected all institutions of the Egyptian state. It all started with the Muslim Brotherhood storming Egyptian prisons in January 28, 2011 supported by Western security agencies and Arab terror groups destroying security along with gates of the prisons.
Millions of Egyptians celebrated revolution's third anniversary in the Egyptian streets and Squares, in spite of three explosions few hours before the celebrations began. Squares and streets were full of the people who came carrying the Egyptian flag to celebrate the anniversary of their revolution.
The Muslim Brotherhood had issued a statement hours before the celebrations or the attacks in which they apologized to the revolutionary currents “for what they did”. It became clear that they didn’t mean to apologize for their terrorization, assassinations, or inciting sectarian incidents. They tried to send a message saying that they are willing to share power unlike what Morsy’s regime did.
Dozens of deaths and injured caused by bombing Cairo Security Directorate by a car bomb resulted in the destruction of the adjacent Islamic museum as well as enormous damage to the Directorate building. A deep hole, six meters depth, was caused by the strong bomb.
Moreover, one man was killed and 15 were injured in Dokki clashes, and a homemade bomb exploded next to Talbia police station.
I was surprised to hear the Egyptian media conveying the message that millions of Egyptians have happily celebrated the third anniversary of January 25 revolution. In fact this revolution was but a disaster to the Egyptians and their economy following an American-Zionist conspiracy called the Arab spring.
I always loved arts in all its aspects including:-
Not too sure if I forgot any or may be I was never interested with may be because I never got the chance to know any thing about it. But for sure when I was young I was fascinated with the Number 1 then dancing team the so called –Ferket Reda- or Reda’s Team after its creators The Reda brothers!
In my youth way before TV was introduced I would follow soaps over the Radio especially upon Ramadan with the 1000 nights and night staring Zouzou Nabil as Shehrazad. Then as TV was introduced in our life I start watching theatre, love the Rihani theatre after it’s creator Naguib El Rihani, would watch as well American soaps like Peyton Place or Batman and Spider Man, John Stead then I discovered the endless would of MOVIES that become my number 1 choice till today! As it opens discuses and concludes a subject from the point of view of its director or writer or producer!
I can understand how many challenges face Egypt now. I can see just how much the religious groups threaten Egypt and the community. I can understand the need for a strong person to be in power and rule Egypt.
What I can’t understand is that none of the political parties in the Egyptian community were able to introduce this person until the moment. These political parties were blaming Mubarak before, saying that he is the reason of failure. They were also always accusing Mubarak's regime of not giving them the opportunity to work in the street to gain supporters.
During the eighties, I was studying at Cairo University and staying at the campus. At that time, my colleagues and I used to care about the public facilities as if they belongs to us. Now, students who belong to the Muslim Brotherhood unfortunately are doing exactly the opposite as they destroy the public facilities and universities.
They may have an excuse to attack a police car where a tear gas was launched, but they don’t have any excuses to burn their university or use weapons to kill their colleagues in order to accuse police of killing them.
On January 14 and 15, 2014, the Egyptian people came out to cast their votes on Egypt 's new constitution, which is the first step of the road map. 19.9 million Egyptians voted yes (98.1 % ). This was an unprecedented results in an unprecedented elections. Many people saw senior citizens as well as people with special needs coming to vote “yes” for this pretty much consensual constitution.
After the Arab spring, Egypt was hit by some kind of “political bomb” that caused the existence of 82 political parties and 431 movements, fronts, and unions. These many political views were discussed by thousands of people who, unfortunately, care for their party more than their country. Therefore, many people lost their sense of belonging to their country.
With much talk, people worked less, cared less about their country, and clashed more. Dozens of private televisions and talk shows distracted the people from working for their country. Only businessmen made the best use of such too much talking.
Dear Egyptian readers, let me congratulate you on your participation in the referendum and the victory of "yes" supporters. This constitution that many people excreted great effort to draft and pass it.
It is a real consensus constitution sponsored by no fascist or terrorist group. Moreover, it came after many fruitful debates and discussions to benefit the whole homeland and not a single group.
However, this "yes" is very different from other yeses we're used to as it reflects the real will of the Egyptian people, since this voting process was not forged.
Last week I asked you Egyptians to vote for me TODAY I owe you all a BIG THANK YOU for voting for me! You 98% did it and saved Egypt!
Today Sunday 19th January 2014 is Epiphany Day in the Coptic Orthodox Church so Best wishes to ALL Egyptians and may Gods protection prevail!
Psalm 91 (Read every day for protection)
Whoever goes to the Lord for safety whoever remains under the protection of Almighty can say to him, “You are my defender and protector. You are my God; in you I trust”.
After the referendum, the question we should ask now is what’s next? I mean what is the next step we should follow? The result of the referendum was modest in my opinion. About 36% of the people that has the right to vote participated.
During the presidential election in 2012, many of my friends who claim wisdom and good ability to read the political events decided to attack Ahemd Shafik in their comments on Facebook and Twitter. They said that he is part of the former regime and his success means the restoration of the military rule. Such comments led many people to vote for Mohamed Morsy hoping he would be better, as he and his group had suffered a lot under Mubarak’s regime.
The Egyptian people are facing great challenge and confrontation with the forces of darkness; I mean the Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters including the United States of America and some European countries. Turkey decided to misuse the situation in Egypt to restore the Islamic caliphate, while Qatar and Hamas decided to use Egypt and make the best out of the chaos in Egypt.
UNESCO delegates visit Museum of Islamic Art to assess damage to the building and artefacts following bombing; antiquities minister announces number of destroyed items