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Friday, November 23, 2012

Situational Update:



Gaza crowds surge at Israel border fence, 1 dead

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israeli troops fired on Gazans surging toward Israel's border fence Friday, killing one person but leaving intact the fragile two-day-old cease-fire between Hamas and the Jewish state.

The truce, which calls for an end to Gaza rocket fire on Israel and Israeli airstrikes on Gaza, came after eight days of cross-border fighting, the bloodiest between Israel and Hamas in four years.”


U.S. has concerns about Egyptian president Mursi's moves

“WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is concerned about Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi's decision to assume sweeping powers, the U.S. State Department said on Friday.

Mursi on Thursday issued a decree that puts his decisions above legal challenge until a new parliament is elected, causing angry protests by his opponents and violent clashes in central Cairo and other cities on Friday.

Mursi's aides said the decree was intended to speed up a protracted transition that has been hindered by legal obstacles, but rivals condemned Mursi as an autocratic "pharaoh" who wanted to impose his Islamist vision on Egypt.”


Two powers, Qatar and Iran, try to sway Hamas

“DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The courtship of Hamas between rivals Iran and Qatar has been one of the Middle East's intriguing subplots of the Arab Spring. The bloodshed in Gaza has now sharpened their competition for influence with the Palestinian militant group and the direction it takes in the future.

Qatar has sought to use its vast wealth to win over Hamas with investments and humanitarian aid and encouraging Arab partners to do the same — part of the hyper-rich U.S. allied nation's broader campaign to bring under its wing Islamist movements that have risen to power in the region the past two years. Qatar's influence with Hamas could edge it away from armed action toward diplomacy.

Iran, meanwhile, is invigorating its longtime role as the builder of the rocket arsenal for Hamas' military wing.”


The clock keeps on ticking, the Calendar keeps floating on by; and what’s going to happen is already underway…


In the last year we have watched (on television) as the current administration has assisted various “Rebel” groups to overthrow their Islamic Rulers. Financial aid, weapons, and even air strikes have helped

to get rid of Dictators in several different countries. A prime example would be (the former and much dead) Libyan dictator Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi.


The problem is very simple, once certain fundamental aspects can be grasped:

1.) Each of those countries were ruled by a dictator, that brought a small sense of cohesion to the countries wild-headed Jihadists.

2.) Dictators like Gaddaffi were both loved, and despised by his countrymen. But the one irrefutable fact is that he kept them ALL in check.

3.) The Muslim Brotherhood didn’t like Gaddaffi at all, because he wouldn’t allow them into his countries political process.

4.) Obama helps the Muslim Brotherhood overthrow Gaddaffi, and installs the same terrorist group that killed Egyptian President Anwar Sadat (for making peace with Israel)

5.) Without an Iron-Fisted Dictator, those small Islamic countries would have already been part of the world wide terror network of the Muslim Brotherhood, Taliban, and Al Qaida.




In rapid succession, the United States provides aid to other small Islamic countries amid their own civil wars. News footage of burning cars, dead babies, and atrocities filled our nightly news channels with an

never-ending plethora of violence filled scenes.


But Was It All In the name of Democracy, Or Is There Another More Sinister Reason Behind This….?



“”The Future Must Not Belong To Those That Slander The Prophet Of Islam”

—Obama speaking to the United Nations General Assembly


Would you consider it a coincidence that The Muslim Brotherhood said the same thing…?


Even the most illogical mind, could grasp the significance of this without to much contemplation…