In Morsi’s new Egypt, even the jihad-preaching mufti is not Islamic enough.
The Muslim Brotherhood was reportedly responsible for the destruction of a good deal of Cairo’s nightlife with a series of fires back in the day. Now it’s using the power of the law, not the gasoline can.
“I hate Zionism,” he told the Associated Press in June 2012. “I want to be part of the Palestinian resistance.”
One of the classified documents, signed by Hamas’s armed wing, Izaddin al-Kassam, talks about the need to send “warriors to help our brothers in Egypt who are facing attempts by the former regime [of Hosni Mubarak] to return to power.”
Morsi appointed Afifi to the Shura Council. During the election, Afifi said that women and Coptic Christians should not be allowed to serve as president. And now he’s suggesting that the female protesters who were assaulted by Brotherhood rape gangs are prostitutes and want to be assaulted.
The Director said that the Obama Administration’s statements in support of Morsi, “have become lethal ammunition, offering political protection to perpetrators of murder, torture, brutality and rape.”
Ahmad Mahmoud Abdullah, known as “Abu Islam” and owner of the private television channel of “al-Ummah,” said these women activists are going to Tahrir Square not to protest but to be sexually abused because they had wanted to be raped.