Israel Lobby: ‘Egyptian President denies 9/11’

Have you ever noticed that everytime someone challenges the 9/11 ‘official story’ – Israel lobby groups get very upset?

Israel-Firster Jewish writer, Ben Birnbaum, has claimed that Egypt’s newly elected President Dr. Mohamed Morsi doesn’t believe in the 9/11 ‘official story’. Birnbaum writes for The Washington Times, Jewish Tablet magazine and several other Israeli propaganda media-outlets.

While condemning the 9/11 attack regardless of its doer, Mr. Morsi lambasted the US response to them, calling the Bush administration the world’s terrorist leader and accusing it of  getting in line with Israeli occupation forces in aggression, injustice, encroaching lands and raping women,” wrote Birnbaum in The Washington Times, May 31, 2012. He also claimed that Abdel Moneim Aboul Fatouh, former member of Muslim Brotherhood who finished fourth in first round of presidential race – believes 9/11 was “part of a conspiracy”.

Birnbaum’s accusations are based on a statement issued by Mohammed Mahdi Akef, Chairman of Muslim Brotherhood on January 12, 2008 – protesting the planned visit to Egypy by Dubya George Bush. In the statement, Akef, criticized Bush administration for using the 9/11 attacks to invade and destroy both Afghanistan and Iraq while stroking a war between Ethiopia and Somalia after security and stability started to gain ground in both countries.

I assume that Birnbaum is ignorant of the fact that it was American Jewish scholar, Dr. Noam Chomsky who called America “world’s greatest terrorist state” over two decades ago. Last week, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy under President Ronald Reagan, called America “the greatest threat to life on earth that has ever existed“.

Birnbaum claims that Osama Bin Laden admitted Al-Qaeda’s involvement in 9/11 attacks in a videotaped message in October 2004. This claim is nothing but whitewashing Israeli crimes (watch Dr. Alan Sabrosky’s interviwe below). In fact, Osama Bin Laden repeatedly – on September 12, 16, 17, and 28 (2001) – stated that he had nothing to do with the attacks.

Muslim Brotherhood leader also blasted Washington’s attempts to cause problems with the Islamic Republic under unproven claims that Tehran still resumes its nuclear program. He claimed that the United States wants through these attempts to end Iran’s peaceful nuclear program while the US ignores Israel’s arsenal of military nuclear missiles. The statement also addressed Washington’s blind support for the Zionist entity, including the daily killing of civilians, encroaching on territories, in addition to the economic embargo imposed on Gaza Strip and denying its residents food, medicines and fuel till patients died because of lacking medication (a very Jewish-hating statement indeed, eh!).

Iranian President Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has repeatedly called for an independent enquiry of 9/11 events in his speeches at the UN General Assembly and in interviews he gave to western media outlets. Ahmadinejad’s last year call even upset USraeli Al-Qaeda, which called Ahmadinejad 9/11 denier.

I guess, we will find out the truth about Dr. Morsi’s views on 9/11 and Al-Qaeda during his speech at the 67th UN General Assembly meeting scheduled to be held in New York on September 18, 2012. It will be presided over by UNGA’s newly elected president Vuk Jeremić, Foreign Minister of Serbia.

The Washington Times’ report immediately brought Crypto-Jew John Bolton (aka Bomb Iran) out of woods. He declared on Fox News that Dr. Morsi is bad news for both the US and Israel.

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