Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Claims Jews are Assassinating Anti-Brotherhood Activists


“Uh yeah. It wasn’t us who killed our critics. It was the Jews. Because they wanted to frame us for killing people whose murder we supported, but never actually carried out.”

These are the people whom Obama wants to see in power in Egypt and Syria.

Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie accused Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of carrying out massacres “only likened by those carried out by enemy Zionists and their treacherous agents.”

In a message addressed to Sisi on Sunday, Badie said that Sisi is even worse than the Pharaoh who used to kill the children of the believers and let the women live. “You and your soldiers are worse, you kill everybody,” he said.

How many children did the Egyptian military just kill? And if Badie wants to discuss killing everyone, let’s talk about Morsi freeing Islamic Group members who played a role in the Luxor Massacre. A literal case of everyone everybody.

Badie accused “Zionist fingers” of meddling in the affairs of the Arab Spring countries the same way they are present in Egypt in order to build a Greater Israel.

He added that the Zionists have killers in Libya and Tunisia assassinate political activists opposed to the Islamist current to pave the way for the removal of Islamists from power.

So instead of assassinating Islamists, the Zionists, who apparently freely roam Benghazi, are assassinating anti-Islamists to frame the Islamists. Sure they could just kill the Islamists, but this is so much more convoluted.

And surely it can’t be the Islamists who kill their critics. It’s not like they call for the murder of their critics and have a history of carrying out such acts.

It must be the Jews.


  • UCSPanther

    It is a mark of failure when you resort to blaming others for your own problems.

    Blaming the Jews didn’t save the Russian Monarchy, it didn’t save Hitler, it didn’t save the Soviets and it sure won’t save the Muslim Brotherhood…

  • Veracious_one

    The Muslims are at it again…playing the victim card while refusing to take responsibility of their own actions….

  • Ken Kelso

    Actually i heard it was the Mossad Shark, Mossad Vulture and Mossad Bird and who were killing the Egyptian Islamists.

    Rumor has it, the Mossad Shark, Mossad Vulture and Mossad Bird takes it orders from the Mossad Squirrel.

  • Ken Kelso

    What crazy theory is next from these Islamists? Next they’ll say 4000 Jews didn’t show up at the World Trade Center on 9/11.

  • tokoloshiman

    the radical muslims are like a broken record ; stuck on one theme for all eternity,
    waiting for the arrival of their non existent god.

  • garyfouse

    Stand back, build a high wall, and let them do what they will to each other. We cannot stop it so why expend our own lives and treasure trying? Obama, Kerry and the rest are on a fool’s mission. Actually, that’s being kind because they actually back the wrong sides every time.
    As long as they fight each other, they are not killing us. Personally, I hope the Egyptian military crushes the MB once and for all. I don’t really care much how they do it.

  • William Norman

    The S. African Government reiterated its view that the unconstitutional removal of the democratically elected President of Egypt & the suspension of the constitution are in breach of the norms & standards adopted by the African Union.“The S. African Government expressed its deep concern at the great number of deaths amongst protestors demonstrating against the unconstitutional removal of Egypt’s elected President, Mr. Morsi.” a statement issued by the department of international relation & cooperation of S.Africa. The statement went on to criticize “violence against a legitimate protest” & that it “does not further the cause of democracy nor contribute towards healing the differences between the people in a polarized society such as Egypt”, adding that only legal process can address the democratic aspiration of the Egyptians.S Africa joined the call of The UN Secretary General “the authorities in Egypt to ensure respect for the rule of law & international human rights standards”.The statement called on Egyptians to adopt national reconciliation which would contribute positively to future peace and stability in Egypt. South Africa offered to assist Egypt by sharing experiences and practices. Morsi told the African Union that he was the victim of an injustice and had been wrongly ousted from power.The African Union delegation discussed the outcome of the meeting during a press conference on Wednesday.According to former president of Botswana,”Mohamed Morsi told us that he cannot do anything in the current situation as he does not have contact with the media or his followers,” said Mogae,

  • William Norman