It seems as though, Sabahi, a hopeful candidate for the presidential election, is trying to repeat the same agenda and use the same tone as the ex-president Abd Al Naser. I agree that Sabahi and many other candidates should run for the presidential election so we can have a fair and democratic election, but candidates have to have new trends and new thoughts.
Why killers of the Copts are always honored? I usually ask myself this question, as those responsible for killing the Copts, either criminal responsibly or political responsibility, are always honored. I wonder: is this meant to provoke the Coptic Christians?
Recently, General Mahmoud Hijazi, who had accused the Copts of being the reason behind Maspero massacre in which the army killed dozens of Coptic youth, has been promoted to the rank of Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces.
Many Egyptian people believe they enjoy high morals, more than those who belong to the Western countries, whose inhabitants are described as degenerate by many people in the Middle East.
In fact, those Middle Eastern people usually use religion to cover their deviation, just like members of the Islamic currents did in Egypt, which makes the intellectual perversion in Egypt even clearer. Those people claim virtue, and repeat sayings of great western intellectuals without even understanding what they mean by such sayings.
A Coptic Christian young lady was driving her car in Ain Shams, and passed by a demonstration of the Muslim Brotherhood. Pro Muslim-Brotherhood supporters recognized that she was a Christian by the cross on her car. These Muslim-Brotherhood supporters then specifically targeted her even though she had no involvement in the clashes between the Islamists and security forces. Moreover, she was ministering a Muslim woman whom she used to deliver medicine to her. Her cross was a good reason for them to attack and even kill her.
As much as we were happy to know that Field Marshal al-Sisi resigned as Defense Minister and decided to run for president, the Egyptian people were shocked to find American Agents and traitors among the key members of his campaign. They decided to surround him from the beginning like a bracelet in a hand or rather handcuffs.
Everyday we see blood. One time from the police, another time from the Muslim Brotherhood, and the question we should ask ourselves is: how long will continue to see blood on the streets without finding a way or solution to stop this?
All political powers have attacked Dr. Hassan Nafaa the activist, when he announced an initiative attempt at a reconciliation between the Muslim Brotherhood and the rest of the society. I could understand the people's objection to this initiative, but at the same time, if you object something, you should suggest something as an alternative.
I started writing this article after receiving two phone calls from an Austrian journalist and lawyer wondering about the judgment of Egyptian court to sentence 529 Egyptians opposing the military coup to death. All they know about those terrorist sentenced to death is that they oppose the coup!
For a long time, the Copts have been demanding their rights to build new churches and their restoration. It’s true that the legislative reform in this regard has not yet been achieved, but it is clear that soon it will be. This should be part of the history as the Copts have realized that claiming their rights is misused by Islamic currents that separated the Copts from the community and treated them as guests or even slaves in their own homeland. They announced that no churches should be built or restored in an Islamic country.
It was strange coincidence that at the time the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood planned to burn Egypt, one of its most dangerous terrorist cells belonging to Ansar al- Bayt al-Maqdis was arrested.
In fact, the Muslim Brotherhood and Ansar al- Bayt al-Maqdis never cared for Egypt and don’t mind destroying the homeland for their own interests.
Islamists and jihadists have recently grown more and more powerful in Egypt. One of these currents that has spread recently in Egypt is called Salafi.
I’m not an economist but I had some basic training upon my studies in economy and I’ll try to explain how things work in normal life.
Gold reserve one calls national gold reserves, which stand usually in the area of responsibility of a central bank or a Treasury. The purpose of national gold reserves existed in former times mostly in the covering of currencies (gold standard). Today gold is predominantly kept as national reserve for crisis periods. The state can deny e.g. unexpected extra charges by sales of the gold, and secure itself thereby thus against disasters.
In last week article I spoke of the expected bankruptcy of Egypt announced by the resigned managing director of Egypt’s central bank M. Farouk Okda who said it clearly he could not stay in position to the moment he would have to announce this bankruptcy! Really what is going on?
In the time we are close to the presidential election all political power call for fair election and that need the media to be fair with all candidates, the governmental TV should deal with all candidates without being biased to one on another.
Fair election shouldn’t neglect the importance of the transparency in spending the money during the campaign, without this transparency the election process will turn to be an acting process, we have to put into our consideration that the whole world will supervise the presidential election as the main step to go forward in the road map.
Those people who talk about reconciliation with terrorist groups think they are better than the state. However, giving the two governments in Tora prison and the will of the Egyptian people to move forward, none is really above the state. Those People should realize there is no Muslim Brotherhood any more except for that terrorist group that is organizing a terrorist attack every now and then.
Three years ago, the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafis have invited the people to vote "yes" on their fanatic constitution draft, in which they drafted an Islamic constitution not caring for the homeland and hoping to convert it to an Islamic Caliphate. 75% voted "yes", which the Islamists named the battle of ballot boxes!
Saudi Arabia has taken two actions by which it taught both the Egyptian government and America a hard lesson. Saudi Arabia has taken steadfast steps against terrorism of the Muslim Brotherhood as soon as its national security was threatened. His Majesty King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz issued a royal decree to ban the activities of the terrorist group and its supporters all over the world pointing out to the international organization of the terrorist group.
I wonder why former officials in Egypt never stand trial for their crimes, wrongdoing or waste of public money. They never pay the price for their mistakes and corruption. In all democratic countries, the officials are ministers for the people who pay them from their tax money.
Unfortunately, Egypt's reputation is threatened with the advanced position it acquired concerning corruption in many international reports.
Old styles guys – My grand father – used to wear some over the shoulder belts to keep his pants up; I replaced these old styles belts with around the west belts but upon my stay in an Island where his owners were Black Africans up ducted by European trader to be used as SLAVES, just got their independence from the British Empire!
People go to the movies to enjoy a good night out. They buy some popcorn, candy, and turn their cell phones off in preparation for the show.
It seems as though “Egypt: The Country” should be nominated for an Academy Award. Everyday it’s like we have something new happening in the courthouse. There is always some new drama going on, something crazy happens, and then some crazy reaction takes place.
Al-Ahram Egyptian newspaper published news about the isolation of representative of Qatar at the meeting of Arab foreign ministers. How come Al-Ahram claims such nonsense?
In Fact, journalism is about telling people the truth, not what you wish to say. It has nothing to do with the satisfaction of the readers. Thus, it’s unacceptable to fake news in order to satisfy the reader. Moreover, it was no logical that representative of Qatar was lonely in the meeting for several reasons.
Since the revolution of January 25, 2011, the Egyptian people have been suffering from confusion between the reality and their high expectations. We are suffering from a state of blurriness that we can't see the difference between available and impossible expectations. Such gap should last for long time as long as we don't have an effective mechanism to turn our dreams into reality.
We have to contemplate this picture of U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama looking at a picture of his teacher and pioneer of Islamic international terrorism, Hassan Ahmed Abdel -Rahman Mohammed al-Banna, founder and first General Guide of the Musslim Brotherhood, which was originally founded and funded by the British intelligence. Furthermore, Obama decided to financially support the terrorist group by more than 10 billion dollars of taxpayers' money in order to kill our soldiers and burn our churches. Therefore, Obama is responsible for killing Coptic Christians in Egypt and Libya as he has mostly planned such attacks with his friends at al-Qaeda!
Freedom' is the most case that occupied people since they were created on earth.
The word of freedom is a brilliant and beautiful word in the man and humanity's life.