Egypt´s President Mohamed Mursi said on Wednesday spiteful remarks he made against Jews and Zionists in 2010 had been taken out of context. "As I have said before the quotes were taken out of context... I am not against the Jewish faith, I am not against Jews who practice their religion," Mursi told a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin. "I was talking about the practices and behavior of believers of any religion who shed blood or who attack innocent people or civilians. That´s the behavior that I condemn." "I am a Muslim. I'm a believer and my religion
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If you really want to see how bad 0bama & Hillary´s new friend is, just read this. He is describing the bloodlust rules of HIS Muslim Brotherhood. It is important to understand that he´s going home from Germany, missing France, because his people are not buying another cruel government [while they can]. Another Arab Spring may be approaching.
We see how Muslim leaders who are Islamists treat Christians and Jews. In Yemen the government tried to allow Jews who were on their own land stay but they were powerless in the face of their own people who drove all their native Jews out. In Iran you can legally BE a Christian, but woe to you if anybody knows it. And it is illegal (a death penalty) to BECOME a Christian once born of Muslim parents. In the Saudi Kingdom you may not practice any other religion in PUBLIC. No Bibles can enter. Many roads are ´´Muslim only.´´ In Egypt all the means of making a living were denied to all Coptic Christians even under Mubarak. But since the MB took over even gathering and sorting and recycling TRASH is made impossible. But, hey!, you´re ´´free´´ to be of some of the Jewish faith.
What irony that a Muslim anti-Semite should have to try to double talk his way around his anti-Semitic remarks to appease a German chancellor. Who could ever have imagined such a thing during or even after the Nazi era?
One has to wonder if there is something really wrong with Muslims who can say with a straight face "I was talking about the practices and behavior of believers of any religion who shed blood or who attack innocent people or civilians. That´s the behavior that I condemn." Do they think the rest of us don´t know that 99% of the religious and political killings in the world today are committed by Muslims in the name of Islam - many of them, we should never forget, against other Muslims? Do they think we are stupid?
The look on Angela Merkel´s face reveals more than words can say. Mursi is a disgusting, despicable liar. This kind of blatant dishonesty is reminiscent of Hitler before he acquired absolute power - although Hitler never made any bones about his anti-Semitism. His challenge was to dig his way out of what he had written down for everyone to read in "Mein Kampf" and to reassure people who were getting nervous that he was actually a committed peace lover who could never so much as dream of offensive war. Some of his pre-1939 speeches on peace and disarmament are truly moving.
It is no coincidence that "Mein Kampf" in Arabic translation has apparently always sold well.
Since Obama has come in moral certitude has been exchanged for limp noodle waffling. Radical muslims are on record saying that USA is stupid and to tell the "truth" to your people and just lie to them [Americans]. Obama needs no reason to question Morsi but Im sure hes releived Morsis lies are swallowed up by an eager MSM. Adolph would be proud.
I think this just proves zippy is muslim. Or maybe all libs are muslims. They condemn in others exactly what they do. Biggest hypocrites on the planet. These people can save they condemn violence against innocents? That is the whole basis of islam. I despise these barbarians.
"President Mursi"? So Morsi´s been overthrown? What?
Sure wish this bunch would get the spellings straight.
#3: Thanks for mentioning "Mein Kampf." Consider these thoughts, friends: "Mein Kampf" often is translated as "My Struggle," or "My Fight." Sound familiar? We hear "jihad" referred to as "a personal struggle." Just an effort to be a better Muslim. That´s all. Yep. Yep. Sure. Got it. Religious war? Oh, no, no, no. Where´d you ever get that crazy idea?
"Hitler originally wanted to call his forthcoming book Viereinhalb Jahre (des Kampfes) gegen Lüge, Dummheit und Feigheit, or Four and a Half Years (of Struggle) Against Lies, Stupidity and Cowardice. Max Amann, head of the Franz Eher Verlag and Hitler´s publisher, is said to have suggested the much shorter "Mein Kampf or My Struggle"." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mein_Kampf --------------
History seems capricious at times. Perhaps "Four and a half years of Struggle Against Lies, Stupidity and Cowardice" would not have sold as well. But "Mein Kampf" was not exactly a blockbuster when first published, either. That changed in a big way when the Nazis came to power. During the Third Reich, in many circles not owning and displaying a copy could arouse suspicion.
The curious parallel with Islam is that Hitler spelled out his thinking, values, and what he planned to do long before the Nazis came to power. The book was readily available to all nations and future victims since its publication in 1926. Similarly, everything anybody needs to know about Islam is right there in the Koran, copies of which are everywhere. It is worth keeping in mind when one makes such comparisons that Islam has been around a lot longer and made many more conquests -most of them permanent- than the Third Reich ever did. From a certain perspective one might even term Islam a true Thousand Year Reich in potentia. Islam is infinitely more dangerous to the world than the Nazis ever were. Liars and apologists like Mursi and the incredible, almost insane denial of large sectors of the Western intelligentsia are one reason why. It is an old story, same manure, different flies.
The muslums get their superiority complex from the Koran saying it´s the latest and greatest! Because the Koran is the late comer it has 700 more years of man´s political influence that it´s the least valid!
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