OPERATION EGYPT: Obama Scrambles to Save Morsi. Muslim-Brotherhood Thugs ready to Pulverize Protestors with Extreme Prejudice

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Morsi given until tomorrow afternoon to resign

Special armed forces associated with Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood are awaiting instructions to violently suppress the anti-government protests targeting the regime of embattled President Mohamed Morsi, according to an Egyptian security official.

The official, associated with the country’s military apparatus, said the Brotherhood’s thugs are waiting to see how long the protests last before making a decision about whether or when to step in.

The official said the forces are prepared to use extreme violence to suppress the protesters.



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Obama scrambles to save Morsi after Muslim Brotherhood rejects Egyptian army ultimatum

Obama called the Egyptian president and Gen. Dempsey phoned Chief of staff Gen. Sedki Sobhi, hoping to defuse the three-way crisis between the regime, the army and the protest movement before it gets out of hand.

They proposed to leave Morsi in place after stripping him of presidential authority and installing a transitional government to prepare the country for new elections to the presidency and parliament.

Middle East sources report that the army chiefs led by Defense Minister Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi rejected their proposal.

Obama promised to back steps taken by President Morsi to show he is “responsive to the opposition’s concerns,” while Gen. Dempsey asked Egyptian generals to moderate their stand against the Muslim Brotherhood.

The underlying message was that if they failed to do so, Washington might reconsider its $1.3 billion annual military assistance package which is the main source of income for the armed forces.

Heartened by the US president’s vote of support, Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood and its Islamic allies, rejected the army’s ultimatum for resolving the country’s deadly crisis, saying it would sow confusion and ran contrary to the Egyptian constitution.


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Egypt’s presidency on Tuesday rejected an army ultimatum threatening to intervene if Islamist President Mohammed Morsi does not meet the demands of millions of protesters.

Instead, the presidency said army declaration had not been cleared by the presidency and could cause confusion, AFP news agency reported.

The presidency also denounced any declaration that would “deepen division” and “threaten the social peace”.

The army statement, which was read out in a televised address on Monday, gave Morsi 48 hours to comply with its call.

“If the demands of the people are not met in this period… (the armed forces) will announce a future roadmap and measures to oversee its implementation,” the military said.


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Egypt latest developments

July 2, 2013
1:35 am Egypt presidency says Mursi spoke by phone to Obama

1:19 am Egypt’s foreign minister tenders resignation – state news agency

12:28 am Egypt’s presidency rejects an ultimatum issued Monday by the army, saying it would continue with its own plan for national reconciliation.

July 1, 2013
10:20 pm Rallies in support of Mursi head towards Cairo University: activists

10:00 pm Islamist “National Coalition” calls for mass rallies in support of Mursi

10:00 pm Islamist coalition rejects using army against Mursi’s “legitimacy”

10:00 pm Islamist “National Coalition” holds press conference in support of Mursi

9:50 pm Clashes break out between pro and anti-Mursi protesters in Suez

9:40: pm UAE evacuates its citizens from Cairo

8:50 pm Egyptian army warns of any attempt to disguise in military uniform

8:50 pm Egyptian army warns against suspected movement near military facilities

8:07 Spokesman: army statement meant to push rival parties to resolution

8:05 Army spokesman: military doctrine doesn’t include policy of coups

8:05 Salvation Front: We trust the army, we urge continued protests

6:30 pm Egyptian Islamist Wasat party HQ firebombed

6:20 pm Military spokesman denies army controlling building of Egypt TV and radio station

5:50 pm Ghad Party leader Ayman Nour: Mursi’s resignation will spare Egypt more bloodshed

5:30 pm Mursi meets armed forces chief Sissi and prime minister

5:25 pm Egypt environment minister says his resignation not rejected but postponed

5:24 pm Media: Army rejects U.S. proposal to keep Mursi “symbolic” president

5:18 Al Arabiya: Mursi and PM reject resignation requests of 10 ministers

5:10 pm Egypt’s Salafi Nour Party fears army return to politics

4:43 pm U.S. says it is reviewing Egypt’s army statement

4:43 pm Presidency says studying referendum on Mursi’s stay in office

4:05 pm Muslim Brotherhood “studying” army statement

4:5 pm House of Muslim Brotherhood’s deputy leader Khairat el-Shater attacked

4:00 pm There will not be a coup against Mursi: Brotherhood politician

3:40pm Ten ministers resign from the Egyptian government: Al Arabiya

3:00 pm General Sami Annan resigns from the president’s advisory council: media

2:40 pm Army issues all parties 48-hour ultimatum to reach resolution

2:34 pm Army issues 48 hours to all political forces to reach a resolution

1:55 pm Army to issue statement “shortly:” state TV

1:50 pm Egyptian Prime Minister rejects resignation request of five cabinet members

12:09 pm The Muslim Brotherhood is considering self-defense units after headquarters were ransacked

11:53 am Four Egyptian ministers quit Mursi’s cabinet, a government official says

8:00 am Egypt protesters storm Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo: AFP

6:48 am Egypt’s opposition rebel movement Tamorod gives President Mursi until 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday to quit. Full story here.

June 30, 2013
10: 30 pm Death toll in Egypt unrest reaches five: security officials

9:25 pm June 30 Front calls general strike from Monday until Mursi’s ouster

9:20 pm Presidency: We do not underestimate demonstrations or opposition demands

8:45 pm Supporters of Mursi say to stay in the street to defend president

8:40 pm Army chief el-Sissi monitoring the situation from operation room: military source

8:00 pm Second person dies in Egypt protests: security official

7:40 pm Numbers of protesters unprecedented: army

7:20 Former MP declares Port Said “freed and cleared of Muslim Brotherhoods”

7:00 Army estimates protesters at “several millions”

7:00 Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) says 4 millions in pro-Mursi rally

6:45 Health ministry says 174 wounded in seven provinces

6:40 One dead in clashes between pro and anti Mursi protesters

6:30 Cairo’s Muslim Brotherhood HQ is attacked with petrol bombs

5: 30 pm National Salvation Front calls for boycotting the government

5:30 pm National Salvation Front protesters to stay on streets until Mursi goes

5:15 pm Protests move to el-Quba Palace where President Mursi is believed to be staying

4:00 pm Presidency urges protesters to avoid violence

3:55 pm: Presidency says it is open to dialogue

3: 30 pm Military helicopters flying over Alexandria

3:20 pm Anti-Mursi rallies gather on Alexandria courniche

3:00 p.m. Opposition rallies reach presidential palace in Cairo

2:20 pm Protesters in Alexandria struck down by poisoned water

Journalist dead, 1 raped, more attacked in Egypt


Obama To Egyptian Christians: Stop Protesting Muslim Brotherhood

As millions of Egyptians take to the streets in protest against President and co-conspirator in the Benghazi attacks Mohamed Morsi, one American journalist has already been killed and no doubt there is much we are not being told.

However, American supporter of terrorism Barack Obama, via U.S Ambassador Anne Patterson, has told Egyptian Christians to not engage in protesting the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

This comes on the heels of him sending US troops to Egypt to quash protests against the Muslim Brotherhood.

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July 2, 2013
9:44 am The Egyptian opposition said it would not support a “military coup” in the country

8:29 am Egypt’s top appeals court upholds dismissal of prosecutor general appointed by Mursi

6:11 am Obama says he encouraged Mursi to take steps to show he is responsive to concerns of demonstrators

1:35 am Egypt presidency says Mursi spoke by phone to Obama

1:19 am Egypt’s foreign minister tenders resignation – state news agency

12:28 am Egypt’s presidency rejects an ultimatum issued Monday by the army, saying it would continue with its own plan for national reconciliation.


The seven deadly sins of the Muslim Brotherhood by Khaled Fahmy

One of the biggest casualties of yesterday’s events in Egypt is US Ambassador, Anne Patterson.

For months now, she has been insisting on a slanted reading of the political scene in Egypt, constantly letting the Muslim Brotherhood off the hook (in a bizarre move last week, she even visited Khayrat El-Shater, the strong man of the MB in his personal office), and giving erroneous accounts to John Kerry about the opposition to President Morsi.

The biggest casualty, however, has to be Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood, who have insisted on a disastrous reading of the political map after the revolution and succeeded in fooling Patterson (and many other western diplomats and journalists) of their delusional views.

The Muslim Brotherhood and their backers, domestically and abroad, stand accused of committing the following seven deadly sins:


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