By the way, anyone hear from or about Huma lately?


Penned by Jim Kouri

It may not have been the goal of the White House's "Arab Spring" strategy when it threw Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak under the "Obama Express Bus," but like it or not members of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood displayed their euphoric excitement when they announced to the world Sunday night (Monday morning Egyptian time) that their Islamist candidate Mohamed Morsi won the Egyptian presidential elections, according to Law Enforcement Examiner's Israeli police contact.

With 97 percent of all polling stations reporting, the results showed that Morsi won 52.5 percent of the votes, while Ahmed Shafiq, the ex-prime minister under ousted President Mubarak, got 47.5 percent, according to the Egyptian news service MENA.

Supporters of Morsi flooded the streets and cheered after the news was announced, although according to Egyptian electoral regulations the results will be officially announced on June 21 by the electoral commission, MENA reported.

Vote counting started after the presidential run-off ended at 10 p.m. (Egyptian time) on Sunday across the country, according to the Israeli source who was monitoring the election.

Egyptian citizens went in droves to the polling stations on Saturday to cast their votes in the presidential run-off between the Muslim Brotherhood's Morsi and the Mubarak regime's Shafiq.

Egypt's ruling military council issued a supplementary constitutional declaration on Sunday night to retake legislative powers after the parliament was dissolved several days ago, state media reported.

According to the document, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) will exercise legislative powers until a new parliament is elected, the official MENA news agency reported.

While President Barack Obama and his administration continue to portray Egypt's oldest radical Islamic group, the Muslim Brotherhood, as being more akin to the Rotary Club than to Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda, many counterterrorism experts believe Obama and his administration are making a big mistake, according to experts such as Steve Emerson of the Investigative Project on Terrorism.

These experts believe that proponents of radical Islam are still capable of creating an Egyptian caliphate or worse and that giving them billions of U.S. dollars will only hasten the creation of another Iran in the Middle East.

The Muslim Brotherhood, a/k/a al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun, was founded by Hassan al-Banna in 1928 and since then grew to become Egypt's largest Islamist group. The Brotherhood has influenced -- and continues to influence -- Islamist movements throughout the globe with its modus operandi of Islamic charity work concealing its more sinister advocacy of Islamic jihad, according to Emerson.

Although the Brotherhood, or Ikhwan, claim they support democratic principles, one of their stated aims is to create a state ruled by Islamic law, or Sharia. Their most famous slogan, used worldwide, is: "Islam is the solution."

The initial friction with Egyptian authorities caused a change in their ideology. One of their new leaders, Sayyid Qutb, advocated the use of jihad (struggle) against the jahili (ignorant). While he wished to start with Islamic nations, he also wished to cause radical transformation in Western countries.

Despite many members of the Muslim Brotherhood joined the anti-Mubarak protests, they kept their presence as secret as possible. The group avoided putting their traditional slogans on placards and signs during the demonstrations.

However, once Mubarak stepped down and the interim government took control, the Muslim Brotherhood openly sought a more active role in forming the new government. And now a member of the Muslim Brotherhood apparently is the President of Egypt.

Jim Kouri, Law Enforcement Examiner

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  • But everyone loves Hillary so.  She is so wonderful.  I think due to her we will

    have lost any Arab country that might not have wanted to kill us as soon as they

    can.  Yep, she is one great secretary of state.  Well the state of confusion.

    Jo Dermody

  • What a huge surprise...raise your hand if you did not see this coming....then use it to give yourself a slap upside the head to clear the fog from your brain!

  • What's the big deal?

    The MB already has there boy running America.

  • It is called - a one world of Muslims, run by Muslims and for Muslims.

  • The "arab spring" was a planned concoction by Obama, Valerie Jarrett, Hillary, Samantha Powers, Susan Rice.....   and Google...  to light a fire for an youth uprisiing in Egypt, depose Mubarak, and establish a Muslim government, preferably the Muslim Brotherhood. Then, the movement would carry on to the rest of the Middle East, except Saudi Arabia. Powers had been working with the UN for a long time to promote "Responsibility to Protect" (R2P) so that the Palestinians would be protected by the UN Security Council in case the Israelis decided to retaliate for Hezbollah and PLO rockets and mortars  fired at Israel.  Then, the UN would be free to punsih Israel to the maximum extent under R2P.

  • Twana, here is a link to R2P

  • R2P is just another tentacle of the UN associated with the ICC (International Criminal Court).  I couldn't find reference to Egypt but much of what I scanned covers much of the Middle East without mention of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • Here are a couple of the grants funded by our tax dollars to help accomplish odumdum's goals in other arab countries....;jsessionid=yQTkPf9LvQ53v6W...    20 million dollars.  This program’s objective is to support meritorious and financially needy Lebanese public school graduates,irrespective of gender, to access high quality higher education to maximize their potential in supportingLebanon’s democratic and economic development. This scholarship program will offer full scholarshipcoverage to assist male and female public schools graduates to pursue undergraduate studies at American styleuniversities.  I keep wondering what an "American style" university is.;jsessionid=yQTkPf9LvQ53v6W...  Here is 25 million taken from aid that we should be providing to our returning veterans and instead we are sending the money to....of all places....Pakistan via this bs.  "The Conflict Victims’ Support Program aims to provide equitable and transparent
    support to civilian victims of conflict related violence in the
    Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). Designed
    assistance packages should take into consideration medical, psycho-social,
    livelihood and long-term support needs of civilian victims ensuring the maximum
    service-delivery to the beneficiaries. Subject to the availability of funds,
    this is expected to be a three-year cooperative agreement valued at $25 million.
    Due to the nature of the program, USAID anticipates that at least 60 percent out
    of the total budget will be proposed as a direct assistance to conflict victims.


    Then we have another 10 million going to this worthy cause:;jsessionid=yQTkPf9LvQ53v6W...

    Through this Annual Program Statement (APS), The United States Agency for
    International Development (USAID) intends to support programs of Egypt-based
    organizations which respond directly to Egyptian-identified needs in the area of
    education development. This APS is conducted under the authority of the 1961
    Foreign Assistance Act, as amended. In addition to funding provided through this
    APS, the United States Government also supports the education system in Egypt
    through other means, including through other programs of USAID. Organizations
    interested in receiving funding for programs are invited to carefully read this
    APS in its entirety and to follow the grant application guidance in order to apply for funds.

    And last but hardly least, we have 30 million dollars for this one:;jsessionid=yQTkPf9LvQ53v6W...  The grant description is so vague and meaningless, that I know when I look further I will find it seething with things that would make American's shriek if they knew about it.  But I'll verify that later and get back to you all with what I find out.

  • Who is shocked by this? Who didn't see this coming several months ago? This is a plan to systematically replace any government in the middle east that may not be completely against the U.S. with one that outright hates all us infidels.  Of course most of them already do but there were those few who would not have said so out loud.

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