Fox News: “With U.S. aid to Egypt being cut in the wake of the military crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, word on the street in Egypt, along with tweets and Facebook posts, seems to indicate anti-U.S. sentiments are at an all-time high.
Washington has lost friends on both sides of the Egyptian political battle, including both supporters and critics of ousted Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi.”
Opinion: With 260 million in America’s aid cut, Egypt has turned to Russia. “Other major countries are going to help us get back on track,” Adel Ahmed, who has been active on social media about political happenings inside Egypt, said in a Facebook message to Fox News.
An article in Canada Free Press (link below) last week highlighted the trial that begins today:
- The Muslim Brotherhood was linked directly with the CIA—before the massive Peoples’ Revolution of January 25th—and the Barack Obama Administration kept inciting the Brotherhood to participate in events—including the demonstrations.
- Morsi met with U.S. intelligence in Egypt, negotiating with the Americans on the country’s status before the overthrow of Mubarak. U. S. intelligence officials held meetings in Istanbul, Turkey with International Muslim Brotherhood leader Ahmed Abdel Aaty.
- Morsi’s mission was to be the main link between the Brotherhood in Egypt and the International Brotherhood run by Ahmed Abdul Aaty in Turkey. Turkey was to play a mediating role between the Brotherhood and the Americans if the Brotherhood had problems circumventing security services in Egypt.
- The plan, between the Brotherhood and the CIA, was to cause chaos through riots leading to the collapse of the Hosni Mubarak regime. Attacking police stations and prisons was part of that plan.
- Morsi admitted in one of the taped phone calls that the chaos in Egypt was planned to happen before it occurred in Tunisia between the Brotherhood and the Americans, but the young liberals jumped the gun, surprising everyone by going out to demonstrate en masse before the Brotherhood plan could be implemented. Stunned and not knowing what to now do, the Brotherhood started to join the Revolution about a week after the youth sit-in at Tahrir Square.
Canada Free Press article: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/58939