Egypt Crucifixions, No Fiction

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Kay also ignored the context of the crucifixions in my original article: Muslim Brotherhood supporters were brutalizing the media for constantly exposing the Islamist agenda—a well documented fact.   A major news media facility was ransacked, popular anchors beat and terrorized.  Soon thereafter, Brotherhood officials were appointed to “oversee” major media outlets in Egypt.

As I originally pointed out, Sky News may have “censored itself for fear that it would be next in the terror campaign against the media.”  If this is the case—if Sky News had removed its report on Brotherhood crucifixions in light of the fact that the Brotherhood was in the process of abusing and threatening the media—would it then get itself in deeper trouble by, of all things, telling a Western reporter, “Yes, the Brotherhood crucified people and we took the story down in fear of the Brotherhood”?  Not likely.

Kay also writes: “If that [crucifixion] happened, wouldn’t someone, you know, take a picture?…  Maybe just a few shots with a cell phone camera from one of the tens of thousands of people who no doubt would have witnessed this Biblical horror in one of the most densely trafficked patches of real estate in the entire Arab world?”

One wonders if Kay has ever been around a wild pro-Sharia mob in Egypt savaging its opponents. It’s not pretty; the usual instinct is to run for one’s life, not take photos and thus further enrage the mobs by collecting evidence against them. Likewise, if photos were the ultimate criteria to validate reports, then over 90% of all news stories become suspect for not carrying pictures.

Even so, yet another reputable Arabic website, Dostor Watanydid post a graphic picture, which appeared in my original article.  It depicts a man rescued by security forces, with one side of his body literally carved off.  But apparently doubting Kay needs to see the actual holes in the victim’s hands before he believes that the same Muslim Brotherhood supporters who mutilated this man could ever crucify someone.

Moreover, the reports do not mention any numbers.   Yet even if there were, as Kay asserts, “tens of thousands” of people present—and there weren’t—that would still say very little.

Recall Egypt’s Maspero Massacre: while the disconnected Western mainstream media was portraying it as violent Christians attacking Egyptian police, in fact, it was the Egyptian military slaughtering Christians, killing dozens and wounding hundreds, simply because they came out in large numbers to protest the constant.  And although there were several thousands of people present that night, only a very few amateur videos appeared showing armored-vehicles running over Christians—and these, too, I now see have been taken down from YouTube.

Kay’s “evidence” culminates by quoting, of all things, a comment under one of the websites carrying my story, from someone who claims to be a Copt, lives near the area, and heard of no such occurrences.

Such is the sort of “proof” being relied on to “debunk” this story—as if this commenter could not be, say, a Muslim Brotherhood sympathizer living up to the dictum of Islam’s prophet, that “war is deceit.”

All this leads to the most important point. Whereas Kay appears intent on proving that the crucifixions never happened, a close read of my article shows that I never said they did happen.  As always, I merely reported and translated what was on the Arabic media; noted that Sky News took its story down; and then offered my own interpretation—including the fact that Muslims have been known to crucify their opponents in the modern era, crucifixions are prescribed by the Koran and Sharia, and an Egyptian parliamentarian recently called for crucifixions  to be legalized.

In light of all the above, I reiterate my original conclusion: “there is little reason to doubt this crucifixion story.”

Indeed, soon after this crucifixion story appeared in the Egyptian media, a disturbing video surfaced from Yemen, of a mutilated man, crucified.

How long before the usual naysayers try to portray even this video as a “hoax”?

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  • Rifleman

    This is who the democrat party supports.

  • John M

    Here is video evidence. (GRAPHIC).
    Please help ensure the world sees the truth by sharing.

    • Gary Rumain

      Yes, but this is from an incident in Yemen and not in Cairo.

  • Western Spirit

    The present day Roman torture of crucifixion, practiced by Islam, is indicative of how history repeats itself and goes round and round.

    Man has traditionally been in slavery and now history is repeating itself once again as America slips back into the slime and burdens of the past because America has lost its moral fiber and vision.

    • Joe Ordinary

      Sounds like we're due for a Dark Age.

  • Mark L

    Excellent rebuttal by Mr. Ibrahim! I have been following his many writings and it's clear his Islamist enemies and their Western tools have decided the best way to counter him is to try to dismiss him as a hoax-pusher, simply because they cannot respond to the truths he presents. May you continue shining the Light on Islam, Raymond.

  • Stuart Parsons

    For such is the nature of Islam !!!!

  • Coptic John

    The trees went forth on a time to anoint a king over them; and they said to the olive tree, Reign over us. But the olive tree said to them, Should I leave my fatness, wherewith by me they honour God and man, and go to be promoted over the trees? And the trees said to the fig tree, Come, and reign over us. But the fig tree said to them, Should I forsake my sweetness, and my good fruit, and go to be promoted over the trees? Then said the trees to the vine, Come, and reign over us. And the vine said to them, Should I leave my wine, which cheereth God and man, and go to be promoted over the trees? Then said all the trees to the bramble, Come, and reign over us. And the bramble said to the trees, If in truth you anoint me king over you, then come and put your trust in my shadow: and if not, let fire come out of the bramble, and devour the cedars of Lebanon. Judges 9:8-15

    ***That what the the US administration and Muslims fanatics (the trees) did when they let MB (the bramble) to reign over Egypt … (To be continued)

  • Coptic John

    Then Jotham said " If you then have dealt truly and sincerely with Jerubbaal and with his house this day, then rejoice you in Abimelech, and let him also rejoice in you: But if not, let fire come out from Abimelech, and devour the men of Shechem, and the house of Millo; and let fire come out from the men of Shechem, and from the house of Millo, and devour Abimelech. Judges 9:19-20

    *** So let me rephrase these verses and say it with Jotham to the US administration " if you then have dealt truly and sincerely with Copts, then rejoice in MB. and let them also rejoice in you: but if not, let fire come out from MB and devour the US administration, and let fire come from the US administration and devour MB "

  • Jose

    Thank God for Mr. Ibrahim. Keep on in this mission. God bless you for your work.

  • Newspaniard

    The muslim brotherhood will say anything, do anything, threaten anyone. bribe anyone to prevent the truth about their terrible death cult being exposed.

  • Aussie guest

    Thank you Mr Ibrahim for enlightening us.

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  • Brian Edwards

    The Koran says: "The recompense of those who war against God and his Apostle [Mohammad], and go about to commit disorders on the earth, shall be that they shall be slain or crucified, or have their alternate hands and feet cut off, or be banished the land: This their disgrace in this world, and the next a great torment shall be theirs." (Sura 5:37; Rodwell translation & verse numbering).