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Friday, November 17, 2006

The Muslim Brothers Unleash Jihad Against Hosni

I was waiting for this. Here you go:
Muslim Brotherhood called Friday for Culture Minister Farouk Hosni's resignation for saying the wearing of Islamic veils was a "regressive" trend. Muslim Brotherhood deputy Hamdi Hassan said: "We have presented an urgent appeal to parliament demanding that Culture Minister Faruq Hosni be relieved of his duties after statements in which he said that wearing the veil is 'regressive'." Hassan, who initiated the appeal, urged parliament to "remove this minister and replace him with a minister of culture who will respect our constitution, our Sharia (Islamic law) and our values". "The appeal was presented to parliament Thursday evening, and will be examined in the coming days," he said.

But hang on a second. I thought the Muslim Brothers were demanding more democracy and freedom in Egypt. Doesn't freedom allow people to speak their minds? So why are they trying to gag Farouk Hosni?

Ladies and gentlemen, this is just a little taste of what we'll get if the Brothers take power in Egypt.

I cant believe this. They wont allow a government minister to speak when they are an outlawed group. I wonder what they will do to us if they become the rulers?

Muslim Brothers, FUCK YOU.

But you know what the sad thing is? We only have two options, either Gamal Mubarak or the Muslim Brothers. WE ARE FUCKED.

6 Comments:

  • The bad thing also about the "muslim brotherhood" is that the fact that they are an islamic group, and I don't know what this means really, are all muslims supposed to have the same feeling about political issues? Or any other issue for that matter? What type of Islam are they following? because a lot of us recently discovered -after the Iraq war- that there's the shiits who are not even considered muslims by the brotherhood? Do they really expect us to forget the terrorist acts they did the last of which not 10 years ago? Isn't having a "muslim" group necessitate the emergence of a coptic group, a shiite group and a group for all other religions and sects in Egypt? And most importantly, if you don't agree with them, are you objecting on Islam?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 8:41 PM, November 17, 2006  

  • It was normal that woman status in Egypt to regress as everything does.But you can discuss everything except the greatest taboo(the veil)which it seems was the main target why Islam came for,you can discuss it,you can't pose an opinion about it.it was really brave from the minister to do so.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 7:54 AM, November 18, 2006  

  • Those two options suck any way you slice it BUT I will take Gamal Muburak over the Ikhwan EVERY SINGLE TIME. No doubt about it.

    By Blogger Egypeter, At 3:42 PM, November 18, 2006  

  • Muslim Brothers want to apply one-way human rights and freedom that goes only their way,
    they want some human rights that give them a way and a chance to step over our human rights, they are really sick, if u disagree muslim brothers u disagree Islam, if u disagree Islam u have to be removed, if u have to be removed then where the hell is the promised democracy of the muslim brothers?

    By Blogger bluer than ur average, At 9:58 AM, November 21, 2006  

  • "I wonder what they will do to us if they become the rulers?"

    Good question!

    By Blogger Urban_Infidel, At 4:15 PM, November 22, 2006  

  • Yep pretty much fucked. and the really sad part is
    that this part of the world is going to pretty much
    become a backwater. How tiresome this whole veil
    debate. what a fucking contribution to human
    civilization!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 11:52 PM, December 02, 2006  

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