As the Obama administration takes victory laps around the White House over its masterful mismanagement of the Syrian conflict, the Russians have captured the hearts of
The White House has aroused the ire
Though much of the animosity is personally directed toward Obama, the
When analysts pontificate that we should cut off financial aid to
Adding further insult to American foreign policy along the
Using an extensive series of articles from the Egyptian press, Memri documented the dire circumstances of the United States in the Middle East in general and Egypt in particular. The firestorm may not billow today or tomorrow, but it is inevitable. Count on it to occur at time when we can least afford it economically.
Egyptian journalist, Wael Al-Samari, had strong words for the president in the Al-Yawm Al-Sabi’ daily when he wrote, “The events of September 11 made the Americans, and first and foremost Obama, imagine a god of global terror (the MB) whose desire they must satisfy and whose blessing they must obtain with aid, funds, counsel, and global political backing. It must do so in order to avoid a repeat of September 11, which changed the global balance of power.
“Thus, the most advanced country in the world became the most primitive; in fact, there is (only) one difference between what primitive man once did and what Obama is now doing: Primitive man offered up sacrifices from his (own) harvest or the efforts of his own hunt – while Obama is offering us, our country, and our history to terrorists, on a silver platter…”
The criticism becomes increasingly intense as evidenced by Kamal ‘Abd Al-Fattah, an Egyptian television personality, who was even more vociferous, “With regard to the conductor of this orchestra, Ayatollah Hussein Obama, he was defrauded by a woman of wily temperament named Ann Patterson (the U.S. Ambassador to Egypt), when she sketched out in his mind (the scenario) that the miserable MB would wrap Egypt in the cellophane of friendship and alliance and present it as a gift to the (leader of the) American Reich, Adolf Obama, in exchange for making (MB General Guide) Badi’ or (his deputy Khairat) Al-Shater the next ruler of Egypt in the American Islamic Caliphate state… “
Such words are a powerful condemnation of an American president with an Islamic upbringing who perpetuates a global image of ambivalence to terrorism.
If we are to believe the talking heads who insist that
Lest you believe this is much ado about nothing, an editorial in Roz Al-Yousuf, an Egyptian weekly, said this, “The only solution that we can suggest as a beginning is that the Egyptian leadership invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Cairo, as (part of) the return to the Cold War atmosphere that again prevails in the entire region.
“It is sufficient that this shrewd man (Putin) has already stressed several times that he (is willing) to place all
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