Message to one diktator re another

Sunday, 20 February 2011

The Hitler of Egypt and Paedophile Chum of Bin Laden Speaks: AYMAN AL ZAWAHIRI.

Osama and paedophile Zawahiri
MEMRI organisation is unique in that it translates from the Arabic, statements by izlamic groups. Mozlems always say one thing in English and the other in Arabic: the Arabic expresses their TRUE intentions!
Do not be fooled by seemingly moderate sounding mozlems telling Westerners they are part of them and only one part is mozlem: that is TAQQIYA and KITMAN, special rules laid out in the koran for lying to non-mozlems, kuffars, who they have total contempt for! Never mind they could not organise a piss-up in a brewery let alone even make a matchstick without billions of kuffar tax-payer money - commonly known as "jizya", a tax mozlems levy on non-mozlems. As Prime Minister of Turkey, Erdogan said: THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS" MODERATE" IZLAM: THERE IS ONLY IZLAM". 
Something the people of the Arab Middle East are only just finding out!!
 This is why MEMRI is a real treasure: because they translate the true intentions of ALL mozlems!!
On February 18, 2011, Al-Qaeda's media wing Al-Sahab released a new audio recording from the organization's second-in-command, Ayman Al-Zawahiri, that is titled "Message of Hope and Glad Tidings to our People in Egypt." The message, 34 minutes and 42 seconds in duration, is the first installment in what appears to be a series on the topic of Egypt.The message refers to Hosni Mubarak as the ruler of Egypt, and so presumably was recorded prior to Mubarak's abdication on February 11.The message is in the form of a lecture about the history of Egypt in modern times, with focus on the events that led to the establishment of Egypt as a secular and a democratic state. Al-Zawahiri says that Egypt provides a window to the rest of the Muslim world, in which oppression, tyranny, and corruption prevail. In the message, Al-Zawahiri acts as a history teacher, providing a chronological historical account on the country from the times of Napoleon, the Ottoman Empire, the French and British mandate, and ending with the year of 1923 when Egypt's first constitution was established.Al-Zawahiri's points throughout his message are further supported by detailed narration, provided by an unknown speaker, on topics such as the Sykes-Picot agreement of 1916, Napoleon's alliance with the Jews and his promise to help them fulfill their aspiration of having a presence in their ancestors' land in return for their aid for France's colonial ambitions in the region, and the U.K. power struggle over Egypt.Listing Egypt's secular and democratic governing system on one hand, and comparing it to a sharia-based system on the other, Al-Zawahiri criticizes Egypt's secular system since in reality, according to Al-Zawahiri, it is a system of tyranny, radicalization, and division. This is in contrast to Islam, which divides people based on their level of faith and righteous acts.Al-Zawahiri draws from Egypt's history, where foreign forces acted from behind the curtains to influence the country's laws, to conclude that the U.S. is presently acting exactly as the U.K. acted in the past; the only difference is, according to Al-Zawahiri, is the embassy from which the orders are given.

Al-Zawahiri concludes that the same unfortunate story of Egypt repeats itself in other parts of the Muslim world such as in Saudi Arabic, Jordan, Afghanistan, and Yemen, and alleges that the behind-the-curtains players are, for the most part, the U.S., but also France, U.K., Russia, and Israel.

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