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Muslim Brotherhood Promotes ‘Molotov’ Violence

A new group calling itself Molotov, which some Arabic media are calling “one of the violent wings of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood,” is using social media including Facebook and Twitter to teach Egyptians, presumably disgruntled Muslim Brotherhood/Morsi supporters, how to build and use Molotov cocktails (improvised incendiary weapons that are easily made; several of the Coptic churches attacked after Morsi’s ousting were burned by Molotov cocktails).

Due to all the mounting evidence against it, the Muslim Brotherhood is widely seen as a terrorist organization in Egypt — including by the tens of millions of Egyptians who rose up against it in the June 2013 Revolution.


U.S. Still Declares Support For Muslim Brotherhood

During a press conference in Washington, D.C. this last Wednesday, Deputy Spokesperson for the U.S. State Department Marie Harf said that “The United Sates does not rank the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group.”

This despite the fact that those who support the Brotherhood often employ terrorism, including al-Qaeda and other jihadi organizations; this despite the fact that, since the ousting of the Brotherhood and Morsi, Egypt has been engulfed in terrorism; this despite the fact that the Brotherhood and their supporters targeted Egypt’s Christians, destroying around 80 churches in a few weeks.

Meanwhile, Maj. Gen. Sisi, the man who ousted the Brotherhood to massive praise in Egypt, just went to Russia to meet with President Putin, as the U.S. continues losing one of the Mideast’s most strategic nations.

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Tony Blair Condemns Muslim Brotherhood, Supports Egypt

In an age when Western mainstream media and governments — especially the United States — are busy serving alternate realities, it’s refreshing to see one well-known Western leader speaking the truth.

Despite the widespread narrative that Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and former president Morsi are victims of a military coup, the UK’s former prime minister, Tony Blair, recently called it as it is — as Egyptians know it to be. According to the Guardian, “Britain’s former prime minister said Mohamed Morsi‘s Muslim Brotherhood had stolen Egypt’s revolution, and the army who deposed him last July had put the country back on the path to democracy.”

“This is what I say to my colleagues in the west,” said Blair, after visiting Egypt. “The fact is, the Muslim Brotherhood tried to take the country away from its basic values of hope and progress.


Exposed: The Muslim Brotherhood/Al-Qaeda Connection

As former Egyptian President Muhammad Morsi’s trials continue, it’s enlightening to consider what is likely to be one of the centerpieces of the trial: longstanding accusations that Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood party worked with foreign terrorist organizations, including al-Qaeda, against the national security of Egypt.

Based on these accusations of high treason, Morsi and others could face the death penalty.

Concerning some of the more severe allegations, one of Egypt’s most widely distributed and read newspapers, Al Watan, recently published what it said were recorded conversations between Morsi and Muhammad Zawahiri, al-Qaeda leader Ayman Zawahiri’s brother.

In these reports, Watanrepeatedly asserts that Egyptian security and intelligence agencies confirmed (or perhaps leaked out) the recordings.

Muslim Brotherhood Calls On World’s Help, Exposes Treason to Egypt

In light of the overall ineffectiveness of the planned pro-Muslim Brotherhood uprisings during the third anniversary of the January 25 revolution, the Freedom and Justice Party—the political wing of the Brotherhood—is again calling on “the world” and “at their head, the United Nations,” to intervene in Egypt’s domestic affairs, to annoyance of the average Egyptian who resents international interference in their domestic affairs.

In its recently issued statement, the F&J Party declares: “All you free people of the world, all you honorable ones of the world—move fast for [the sake of] the freedom-lovers in Egypt, its revolutionaries and heroes. Stand with principles and urge your governments to take a clear stand against this bloody overthrow.”