“MB literature is monochromically Jewish, so when they are forced to think, for masonic-like groups usually don’t, … they don’t think differently … they think Jewish”
The Egyptian revolution was not followed by a revolutionary political concept nor a revolutionary commandRead more "Egypt: Picking Up The Remains of a Revolution"
“I intend to speak the unvarnished truth because now more than ever what we need is peace” Netanyahu said before he twisted the truth in his speech to the American Congress. “Demographic changes … this is may be the most concrete point Netanyahu has come to mention in his whole speech and could very […]Read more "What Bibi Didn’t Say in Congress Speech"
“To every action there is always opposed an equal reactionAnd to every revolution there is often plotted a counter revolution…” via Egyptians are Back in Tahrir Square to Block a Counter Revolution.Read more "Egyptians are Back in Tahrir Square to Block a Counter Revolution"
“ Just when the Palestinians in Gaza thought they were facing this new Israeli attacks alone and with their backs against the wall, they found out they forgot, over the years, that they had brothers in Egypt who are willing not only to accompany them in their struggle against Israel but to protect their backs […]Read more "Israeli Embassy in Cairo Under Siege"
Egypt goes back in history thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians didn’t only build enduring wonders like the obelisks and temples but they also established a lingering centralized government with the king dominating and ruling like God over a highly organized society. via DR. ASHRAF EZZAT: Power to The People of Historic Egypt.Read more "DR. ASHRAF EZZAT: Power to The People of Historic Egypt"
What is happening now in Egypt is historic by all means and all parties involved should acknowledge that and deal with it as such. via Dr. Ashraf Ezzat:The Downfall of Mubarak of Egypt.Read more "Dr. Ashraf Ezzat:The Downfall of Mubarak of Egypt"
Dr. Ashraf Ezzat: The Tunisian Scenario: Will Egypt Be The Next Domino To Fall?. it is hard not to notice that the socio-political ambiance in Egypt is more than ready for welcoming the wind of change.Read more "Dr. Ashraf Ezzat: The Tunisian Scenario: Will Egypt Be The Next Domino To Fall?"