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Lobby: Egypt reaching out to Iran

Currently, Jewish media is scratching its skull-cap on the possibility of a rapprochement between two most populated Middle East countries, Egypt and Iran. Jewish Lobby fear is based on the recent decision of Egyptian military dictator Gen. al-Sisi’s, a Crypto-Jew, to back Russian-Iran-Hizbullah plan to resolve 5-year-old US-Israel insurgency to topple Assad government. Cairo has also resisted to provide military support to US-Israel proxy war on Yemen by Saudi Arabia to topple Houthi Shi’ite regime in Sana’a.

Last week, in order to punish Cairo’s disloyalty, Riyadh halted shipments of oil products and payback for the return of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, expected under a $23bn aid deal.

Since Iran is the only major oil/gas producing country in the region which is not under threat of the Zionist/Jewish created Arab Spring or the US Israeli Proxy ISIS – Jewish media claimed that Egypt plans to buy oil from Iran to offset Saudi blockade. Both Cairo and Tehran have rejected the claim.

Egypt had been an oil/gas exporter for decades. It has large volume of both onshore and offshore oil and gas fields. Israel became one of its customers after Imam Khomeini banned all diplomatic and trade relations with the Zionist regime in 1979. Under King Reza Shah, Israel used to import 80% of energy need from Iran. However, in the recent years, declining output from older fields and multinational oil companies’ refusal to invest money into the untapped fields have turned Egypt from exporter to a net importer.

Egypt can buy oil/gas from other regional oil producing nations – even from its ally Israel which has just signed a $10 billion gas deal with Jordan. However, Iran wouldn’t mind selling oil to Egypt as it had been to another Israel’s ally, Turkey. The real reason behind Egyptian support for Russia in Syria is country’s interest to buy Russian arms. Egyptian army has not forgot its past humiliation in Yemen under president Gamal Nasser (d. 1970).

There are, however, several problems in normalization of relations between Iran and Egypt as used to be during the reigns of Kings Farouk and Reza Shah. Gen. al-Sisi came into power by leading a military coup against democratically elected president Dr. Mohamed Morsi. Al-Sisi is also known for his hatred and persecution of Islamists especially members of region’s oldest Islamic movement Muslim Brotherhood. Under Iranian Constitution which is based on Theocracy, both these actions are, NO, NO.

Iran can live with a US-Israel allied regime in Egypt as it does with Erdogan’s regime in Turkey. But, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khameini will never forget al-Sisi’s pro-Israel agenda against Hamas and Hizbullah.

Iran broke its diplomatic and trade relations with Egypt in June 1979 in response to 1) president Anwar Sadaat’s recognition of Jewish occupation of Palestine in 1979 in return for $1.3 billion annual US military aid (Camp David Accord). Israel got $3 billion annual military to defend itself from its Arab neighbors. Imam Khomeini condemned Sadaat calling it treason against Islam, 2) after 1979 Islamic revolution, president Anwar Sadaat gave refuge to the deposed King Reza Shah.

In 2013, Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad became the first Iranian president in office to visit Egypt, to attend OIC conference in Cairo. During the visit Ahmadinejad received a red-carpet treatment from president Morsi government. He also visited Al-Azhar and held a meeting with Sheikh Ahmad al-Tayyeb.

In 2007, former Iranian president Ayatullah Khatami had visited Egypt as a tourist.

Egypt and Iran have many religious and historic links. Egypt was ruled by Shi’ite Fatimid dynasty from 969 to 1171 CE. Both Cairo city and famous Al-Azhar University were built by the Fatmid Sultans. Ottoman Turks destroyed the Shi’ite empire in 1171 CE. King Reza Shah’s first Queen Fawzia was an Egyptian princess. Reza Shah is buried in Cairo next to his first wife.

 

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Egypt returns two Red Sea islands to Saudi ‘royals’

On Monday, Saudi King Salman ended his 5-day royal visit to Egypt. The meeting between two Crypto Jewish head of Muslim-majority states – King Salman (here), and Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (here) got Israelis very excited.

During the visit, King Salman promised to invest $16 billion to boost military dictatorship in Egypt. A grateful Egyptian dictator announced the return of two Red Sea islands of Tiran and Sanafir to King Salman. The two island were gifted to Egypt by late Saudi King Faisal during the Suez Canal fiasco. Both islands were invaded and occupied by the Jewish army in 1967. They were returned to Egypt as part of Israel-Egypt peace treaty arranged by the present-day antisemite former president Jimmy Carter in 1979 between Israel’s terrorist Menachem Begin and Egyptian traitor Anwar Sadaat.

Strategically located, the tiny islands are of great importance to the Zionist entity. They’re located at the mouth of the Gulf of Aqaba, through which sea traffic to the Zionist entity’s southern port of Eilat must pass en route to and from the Red Sea. Israel maintains an early warning post on the islands.

King Salman has agreed that the islands would be administered as per Egypt-Israel peace treaty under the KSA rule.

Egyptian journalist and political satirist Massem Mohammed Youssef wrote a tweet saying: “Come on Pasha, an island will cost you a billion, a pyramid will cost two billion and you’ll get two statues thrown in as a gift.”

Al-Sisi, former head of Egyptian army took power via a military coup against the democratically elected government of President Dr. Mohammed Morsi with the help of CIA and Mossad in 2013 after the later was in power less than one year.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) within weeks of the coup sent more than US$8 billion to the coup regime. Gen. al-Sisi ran for president in 2014, and won it with whooping 92% forged votes. Both Washington and Tel Aviv declared it a ‘democratic victory’.

Last year, Saudi ‘royals’ paid Israel $16 billion to buy powerful American Jewish lobby groups (51) for support against Syria, Iran, Iraq and Lebanese Hizbullah.

The Muslim Lawyers Association of South Africa is campaigning to drag former Israeli president Shimon Peres to international court over war crimes he committed in Egypt (1956), Lebanon (1996), supporting Apartheid South Africa during the 1970s and 1980s – and supporting France during Algeria’s War of Independence in 1960s.

Listen to an interview with Pakistan-born British author and film-maker Tariq Ali, entitled, Dictatorship on the Nile, below.

Egypt hosts ‘Africa 2016 Business Forum’

On February 20-21 Egypt and Arab League hosted Africa 2016 Business Forum at Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Egyptian Dictator Gen. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi welcomed African leaders and Prince Karim Agha Khan IV, spiritual leader of Ismaili branch of Shi’ite Muslims.

The African leaders included Omar al-Bashir, president of Sudan, Muhammadu Buhari, president of Nigeria, Ali Bongo, president of Gabon, Uhuru Kenyatta, president of Kenya, Obiang Mbasogo, president of Guinea, and others.

The event attracted over 1200 political and business leaders from 26 nations. The thrust of the event was to integrate African nations economically outside the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM). However, el-Sisi is using the event to project himself as a leader of African continent, as tried by Egyptian president Gamal Nasser and Libyan leader Qaddafi in the past.

Africa Development Bank president Akinwumi Adesina said the bank plans to invest $12bn in the continent’s energy sector over the next five years.

Africa’s economy is projected to grow by 4.4% this year and 5% in 2017 as against three percent growth expected in developed countries,” he said.

Africa is one of the largest continents in the world and home to 54 sovereign states. The great majority these states have been robbed by their European colonists but a few of them have progressing economies and are quite wealthy. Egypt that has continent’s third largest population (84 million), is not among the top five richest countries in Africa as of 2015 ranked by GDP per capita.

UK-born Prince Karim Agha Khan was invited due to long historical Ismaili links with Africa. Ismailis established Fatimid Empire in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya (909-969), and then in Egypt (969-1171). It were Fatimid who established city of Cairo and Egypt’s oldest university, Al-Azhar.

In 2004, Agha Khan Trust for Culture (AGTC) opened Al-Azhar Park in Cairo. It took seven years to build the park at the cost of US$30 million. The 74-acre park is located on what was a huge 500 year old garbage heap (1.5 million cubic meters) in the middle of old Cairo city build by Fatimids in 969 CE (watch video below).

The AGTC has also built Toronto’s $300 million Agha Khan Museum of Islamic Heritage that opened for public in 2014.

Egypt’s ex-president must die to protect Israel

9998324254[1]On Saturday, an  Egyptian court passed death sentence on country’s only democratically elected president Dr. Mohamed Morsi for crimes he never committed. Watch a video below.

The court decision has been condemned by Iran, Turkey, the US, EU, Amnesty International, and Bosnian politicians. They all called it ‘politically motivated’.

This is a political verdict and represents a murder crime that is about to be committed, and it should be stopped by the international community,” Amr Darrag, co-founder of the banned Freedom and Justice Party, told Reuters in Istanbul.

Another court sentenced pro-Israel former military dictator Hosni Mubarak to three-year in jail on corruption charges – and not for killing thousands of innocent Egyptians while protecting the Zionist entity from Islamists like Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

Last month, Morsi was sentenced to 20 years in jail, on charges of conspiring with Hamas – but that was not enough to satisfy Jewish vengeance. So, Morsi must die for his crimes against Bible’s Chosen People.

I have never been a fan of Morsi, who was as much a puppet of Judeo-Christian imperialism like Pakistani Bhutto, Iraqi Saddam Hussein and Libyan Qaddafi. In the end, they all died like common criminals for insulting the Zionist entity in public or in privacy.

Morsi did his best to become Washington’s Arab Viceroy. He received some of the top pro-Israel world leaders, such as, John (Cohen) Kerry, Sen. John McCain, Mahmoud Abbas, Israel ambassador in Cairo, and even visited Riyadh to be blessed as kosher Sunni Saudi ‘royal’.

Morsi allied himself with the Saudi-funded Salafi politicians, thus, fueling Shia-Sunni sectarianism in the Muslim world. In order to please rich Sunni Arab regimes (Saudi Arabia, UAE and Qatar) Morsi also condemned Iran, Syria and Hizbullah for trying to create a ‘Shia Crescent’ in order to dominate the region. But, it was Morsi’s past Muslim Brotherhood links that was not forgiven by the Jewish Lobby and Egypt’s new military dictator Gen. al-Sisi, a Crypto-Jew and Hosni Mubarak appointee.

And when the fall came, all his new-found Arab regimes dumped Morsi, as they did to Hamas in the past. Why they should not? All Arab dynasties were created by the western colonists, therefore, they take orders from Washington or Israel which controls United States’ democratic system.

On July 8, 2013, US journalist and author, Garry Leech, posted an excellent article, entitled, The Message to Muslims: Accept Democracy But Do Not Elect An Islamic Party.

A few days prior to Morsi’s ouster, Obama had the nerve to declare that democracy is about more than elections and that they are also about ensuring that the voices of all Egyptians are heard and represented by their government, including the many Egyptians demonstrating throughout the country,” Leech said.

Dr. Morsi received 52% of the total votes, which is far more than any US president has received since 1976.

In 2006, when Hamas secured 76 seats in 130-seat parliament, another Israeli poodle, Canada’s Stephen Harper said: “In order for a nation to be truly democratic it must renounce any use of terrorism.” What Harper meant was that only Zionist Jews have the rights to terrorize non-Jewish people.

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.

Netanyahu-Sisi united against Hamas

The people of Egypt are aware of the fact that USA has stabbed Egypt in the back with the Muslim Brotherhood and Morsi. It is nothing that Egypt will easily forget or forgive,” Gen. Abdul Fatah el-Sisi told Larry Weissman during a 2012 interview.

On Saturday, an Egyptian kangaroo court dissolved Muslim Brotherhood affiliated Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) to stop it from participating in the coming parliamentary elections. In September 2013, Egypt’s highest court banned the Muslim Brotherhood. It is not the first time the Islamist group has been banned by western poodles ruling the nation. Muslim Brotherhood remained banned for over six decades under Gamal Abdul Nasser, Anwar Sadat, Hosni Mubarak and now Abdul Fatah el-Sisi – all pro-West military dictators.

Jimmy Carter once claimed that Nasser was on CIA payroll, while Sadat and Mubarak were blackmailed by Washington with $1.3 billion per year to protect Israeli borders from Islamic resistance. But Gen. el-Sisi has turned Egypt into a Zionist colony.

America’s two most reliable Arab allies, Saudi ‘royals’ with Jewish family roots and Qatar played a major role in convincing Washington that a democratic regime in Cairo would be against US and Israeli interests in the region. These two regimes had supported US invasion of Iraq in 2003, which was conceived by the “Jewconservatives” to chart a new pro-Israel Middle East. The “Jewconservatives” played midwife to the Arab Spring to achieve their pro-Israel agenda.

Since military coup headed by Gen. el-Sisi replaced democratically elected Dr. Morsi, the Egyptian official media has been propagating Israeli lies; Hamas is an extended arm of Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, it was created by Israel as counter-balance to secularist PLO and it’s running Iran’s proxy war against the only democracy in the region. But in Syria, the US, Israel and Egypt are supporting Muslim Brotherhood in its fight against the secularist Assad’s Ba’athist regime.

The West’s greatest fear, the Political Islam, is a anti-Islam myth coined and propagated by Zionist Jew and Christian scholars like Bernard Lewis, Daniel Pipes, Samuel P. Huntington, David Horowitz, Alan Dershowitz, Pat Buchanan, Kevin McDonald, John Hagee, Pat. Robertson, etc. In their hatred toward Islam, any non-violent or armed Muslim resistance against non-Muslim colonial regimes (India, Israel, Russia, China, Philippines, etc.) or local corrupt Muslim regimes (Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, Pakistan, Nigeria, Somalia, Algeria, Morocco, etc.) in order to create an Islamic state where Muslim majority can live according to Islamic Shari’ah laws, is – termed as “political Islam”.

In contrast, countries which are run by non-Muslim and nationalist fanatics (India, Israel, Burma, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Philippines, United States, Hungary, Serbia, Albania, etc.) are not termed as “political Judaism, Christian, Hinduism, Buddhism or Atheism”.

To understand Saudi Arabia which is projected as the sole representative of so-called “Islamic values” by the Jew-controlled Western media – and why Riyadh hates Islamic regime in Iran, or anti-Israel Islamic resistance groups such as Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Hizbullah – read Khaled AbouEl Fadi’s article at Dr. Finkelstein’s official website, here.

Not only the el-Sisi regime has kept Egypt-Gaza Rafah Crossing closed before and during the Israeli butchery in Gaza, its secret service has provided Jewish army whereabouts of many Gaza tunnels used by Hamas and Gazan to smuggle food and medicine supplies.

Read professor Joseph Massad’s (Columbia University, New York) excellent article, entitled, Egypt’s propagandists and the Gaza massacre, on Netanyahu-El-Sisi collaboration against Palestinian people.

Lobby whines over Egypt’s sentence of Al-Jazeera journalists

The sentence of three Al-Jazeera journalists by an Egyptian court has nothing to do supporting a terrorist organization (Muslim Brotherhood). It’s all about sending a Zionist-like message to the world – The truth is whatever the masters of Egypt say it is and anybody who tells or spreads alternative version of events will be punished,” wrote British veteran journalist and author, Alan Hart, June 23, 2014.

The outcry is pouring in from the entire western Jewish media and Zionist-controlled western leaders against the sentences of three Al-Jazeera journalists, Australian Peter Greste, Canadian Mohammed Fahmy and Egyptian Bahar Mohamed – while ignoring the other 17 journalists who were also convicted for the same crime. Well, Gideon Ezra, former deputy head of Israeli General Security Service, described the importance of Al-Jazeera for Israel, by saying: I wish all Arab media were like Al-Jazeera.

Three days ago, Israel-Firster John Kerry met Egyptian president Gen. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, a Crypto Jew, in Cairo. During his visit, Washington released $575 million out of $1.3 billion annual military aid frozen last year after Gen. Sisi’s military coup against democratically elected president Dr. Morsi. John Kerry assured Gen. Sisi of Washington’s continue support for his dictorial regime (as long as he keeps peace with Zionist regime).

The three Al-Jazeera journalists were arrested in December 2013. During all that time, the American organized Jewry and pro-Israel lawmakers have been campaigning for Washington’s diplomatic and military support to Egyptian military dictatorship. These anti-Muslim hags were against former president Morsi due to his ties with Muslim Brotherhood.

Anyone familiar with Middle East current politics will tell you that the arrest and sentence of these journalists has nothing to do with their reporting of the events in Egypt. It’s all about behind the scene war between Saudi Arabian and Qatari ‘royals’ for Sunni leadership against Shia Iran. Saudi ‘royal’ dislikes Muslim Brotherhood, while Qatari ‘royals’ support Muslim Brotherhood. Last year, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait pledged $12 billion aid to Sisi’s regime. Qatar on the other hand, had pledged former president Morsi $8 billion in aid.

Julia Isabel Bishop, Australian foreign minister, said that John Abbott’s government is pressing Egyptian president Sisi for the release of Peter Greste, an Australian citizen. Australia, according to country’s former foreign minister Bob Carr is controlled by country’s organized Jewry.

Canada’s minister Lynne Yelich issued a token condemnation of Mohammed Fahmy’s sentence. A few months ago, Canada’s gay and anti-Iran foreign minister John Baird had offered Ottawa’s full support to Sisi regime.

Another Canadian, Khaled al-Qazzaz, a member of Muslim Brotherhood is in Egyptian jail without trail since last year

None of the western champions for freedom of expression in Muslim countries has threatened Sisi with diplomatic sanctions. Imagine, just for fun, if Iran or Pakistan had sentenced foreign spies or journalists. Find out the answers here, and here.