The Zionist-controlled mainstream media has reported that Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, 70, is the top choice of the Egyptian military junta to head a transitional government in Cairo.
ElBardei, was one of executives of the pro-Israel advocacy group, International Crisis Group (ICG), mainly funded by Jewish billionaire George Soro. He resigned from ICG in January 2011 when he returned to Egypt to contest post Mubarak presidential election. ElBaradei is a former head of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and a Nobel Prize winner as head of IAEA from 1997 to 2009. Washington and its European allies got rid of him after ElBaradei continued to refuse faking reports about Iraqi and Iranian WMDs.
“I have my disagreements with the Israelis just as I have had with the Americans,” ElBaradei is quoted saying while criticizing Israeli attack over Syria’s imaginary ‘nuclear reactor’ in September 2007.
George Soro’s ‘Open Society Institute’, Kenneth Wollack’s ‘National Democratic Institute‘, Carl Gershman’s ‘National Endowment for Democracy’, the ‘International Republican Institute’, the ‘Chamber of Commerce’s Center for Private Enterprise‘ and the ‘American Center for International Labor Solidarity’ – all affiliated with Israel Lobby (AIPAC) and Jewish advocacy groups like ADL and B’nai Brith. Many NGOs are funded by these Jewish groups in Egypt, Syria, Malaysia, Pakistan, Lebanon, Iraq, Nigeria and several other Muslim nation-states.
Kavin Barrett, Ph.D., an American academic and radio talkshow host has this to say about president Morsi’s fall: “Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood made a terrible mistake by forging an alliance with the West and its regional puppets. The Brotherhood has become a tool of the Zionist-dominated West, which seeks to divide and conquer the Middle East by fomenting a sectarian civil war between Sunni and Shia Muslims. Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, once a respected Brotherhood intellectual, has disgraced himself by becoming a spokesman for Zionist-instigated, Saudi-assisted anti-Shia sectarianism“.
Professor Nathan J. Brown (George Washington University) and a fellow at pro-Israel Jewish advocacy group, Project on Middle East Democracy, wrote in the New Republic magazine on July 3, 2013: “The Muslim Brotherhood’s mistake was it thought could win and govern. But the experience of Islamist FIS in Algeria in the early 1990s (where the military intervened to prevent an Islamist victory), Hamas in Palestine in 2006 (where a coalition of international and domestic actors sabotaged the Islamists’ ability to rule) has now been joined by that of Egypt’s Brotherhood“.
Franlin Lamb, Ph.D., reports that ElBaradei has proposed to Obama administration and the Jewish lobby groups – he will pursue US-Israel interests in the region if helped to become Egypt’s future president.
“What ElBaradei’s representatives are reportedly offering the White House in exchange for Obama’s discrete assistance, is that the 1979 Camp David Accord, including all its elements, will be observed. In addition, Egypt under ElBaradei can be expected to toughen its stance on Iran’s nuclear program including publicly adjusting some of his pre-2012 comments on Iran that the White House and Israel criticized as being “soft on the Islamic Republic.” Also being promised by ElBaradei’s agents is that security cooperation between Egypt and Israel will grow stronger,” wrote Dr. Lamb. He also promised to approve $5 billion IMF loan to Egypt which was rejected by Morsi. Read Lamb’s article here.