Egypt under military rule is good for Israel

On November 29, Israel’s most favorite Arab dictator, former Egyptian president Gen. Hosni Mubarak was freed and all murder and corruption charges against him were dropped in a political move by the current military dictator Gen. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, a crypto-Jew.

Mubarak acquittal practically bring back the country to the pro-Israel military dictatorship before the anti-Mubarak mass protests, organized by the Zionists created Arab Spring. Tens of thousands of Egyptian protested in several cities against the political verdict. More than 100 protestors have been sentenced to death so far.

The chief Rabbi of Israel’s Sephardic Jews, Yitzhak Yosef, said his father (Muslim-hating Rabbi Ovadia Yosef) prayed for Mubarak’s acquittal and expressed his and his brother’s happiness with the Egyptian court’s decision in an interview with a local Israeli radio station.

Since Gen. Sisi staged a military coup against democratically elected president Dr. Morsi more than a year ago – al-Sisi has been depicted as “defender of democracy and secularism” by the Jewish-controlled western mainstream media. Many top pro-Israel American lawmakers including Sen. John McCain, John Kerry, Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton , Henry Kissinger and Madeline Albright have dined with al-Sisi in Cairo.

Gen. Sisi has also received praise from several Israeli leaders including prime minister Netanyahu. On January 31, 2014, Alex Traiman at JNS quoted former Israeli defense minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer saying that Israel supported el-Sisi, but “we shouldn’t go out on the roofs and cry out in favor of el-Sisi. But what is going on in Egypt is positive for Israel, and you cannot deny it.”

Abdul Fattah El-Sisi is Egypt’s strong man right now and has been fighting against radical Islam and against the Muslim Brothers (members of the Muslim Brotherhood). This is very positive both for Egypt, but also for Israel and the entire Middle East,” said former Israeli Ambassador to Egypt Zvi Mazel.

Zionist leadership have always considered democracy being against Jewish values. They have supported dictatorships and monarchies in the Middle East since their occupation of Palestine in 1948.

It seemed like just yesterday that American media outlets were pretending to be on the side of the Tahrir Square demonstrates, all while suppressing the unpleasant fact that the dictator against which they were marching was one of the U.S. government’s longest and closest allies, a murderous tyrant about whom Hillary Clinton said:I really consider President and Mrs. Mubarak to be friends of my family.” It’s an extraordinary feat of propaganda that all of that has been washed away – again – and the U.S. is right back to acting as stalwart ally to a repressive and incredibly violent dictator sitting in Cairo doing its bidding,” said American Jewish writer and author Glenn Greenwald on December 3, 2014.

Gen. al-Sisi, like Hosni Mubarak, has done everything possible to protect the Jewish occupation from the local Islamists and Palestinian resistance groups in return for the $1.3 billion annual American bribe – as did Hosni Mubarak since the 1980s.


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