Discussion in 'The Fire For Effect and Totally Politically Incorr' started by jack404, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. armoredman

    armoredman Active Member

    Now why would they do that...the military is still in charge, not the MB? How many are left who remember Yom Kippor?

  2. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    I think one of the egyptian generals is a good guy

    refused to take on the copts , in fact rumour has it his vehicle made a shield for em to get out of a area and now he's commanding his troops outside the cities

    not every muslim is pro MB
  3. raven818

    raven818 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Oct 3, 2011
    Jax, Fl.
    Now why in the $$$$ isn't that on the news? That IS news. I've said it from the get-go, Lord help them all when the military looses grip. The American people need to know about that.
  4. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    pro arab spring social media is calling for this guy to be beheaded as a traitor to islam and the movement .. , i think they'll wait till they co-ordinate the law , drag his butt in and execute him , and i think he'll go , from what i'm reading ..

    Prayers for a soldier who wishes peace and is happy to fight to have it .. for all

    oh his troops are loyal to him , he commands 400+ tanks 1800 APC's and other vehicles 3 battallions of anti air 3 squadrons of attack choppers and 1 of troop transports for air mobile infantry ;)

    nice setup if ya cant get it and command it well , apparently he can .. and no-one knows what to do with him but keep him outta the capitol and put up with him from a distance ..
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2012
  5. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    follow up

    Power struggle escalates in Egypt

    EGYPT'S Muslim Brotherhood-led parliament has begun drawing up a no-confidence motion against the military-appointed government, further escalating the Islamists' increasingly public power struggle with the country's ruling generals.
    The Islamists were also squabbling with liberal and secular groups over the commission that is to draw up the nation's new constitution. After the Brotherhood took a clear majority on the 100-member body for itself, 25 other members resigned. The latest was the representative of Al-Azhar, the pre-eminent institute of Islamic learning in the Sunni Muslim world.
    On Thursday, a meeting between the Islamists and liberals chaired by military ruler Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi produced no compromises.
    Liberals fear the Islamists plan to impose their religious agenda on the constitution. Islamists say liberals are a minority who have no popular support.
    ( Note the Liberals and islamists while at the moment at loggerheads , have been working together ?)
    Relations between the military and the Brotherhood have deteriorated in recent weeks, as the fundamentalist group has pushed for the army to fire the Cabinet for alleged incompetence. The Brotherhood wants to form a new government, a task it claims is urgent because of Egypt's deteriorating security and economic situation.
    During a heated session in parliament Thursday, lawmakers lambasted Prime Minister Kamal el-Ganzouri's government for its performance, accusing it of wasting billions of dollars of public funds. Six Cabinet ministers stormed out in protest.
    Lawmakers also started drafting a motion for a vote of no confidence in the government, said parliamentarian Hussein Ibrahim. He said that parliament, where the Brotherhood and other Islamists hold nearly 75 per cent of the seats, will vote on the measure within two weeks.
    "No one can give a kiss of life to a dead government," lawmaker Osama Yassin said.
    While Egypt's interim constitution does not give parliament the power to dismiss the Cabinet, a no-confidence vote would be a sharp blow to the ruling generals and make it difficult for them to continue backing el-Ganzouri's government.
    For months, the Brotherhood and the military, which have emerged as the two most powerful institutions since the uprising that ousted longtime ruler Hosni Mubarak last year, have alternated between cooperating and jockeying for position.
    The move pointed to the Brotherhood's growing confidence. The group holds nearly half the seats in parliament, making it the largest bloc. Its strength grows even more on some issues in which it is backed by the second-largest bloc, the ultraconservative Islamic Salafis.
    Last week, the military council issued a veiled threat of a crackdown on the Brotherhood if it persisted in its demands to form a new government.
    The showdown over the government is but one front in a deepening political struggle in Egypt ahead of presidential elections scheduled for late May. That vote is supposed to be the last chapter in Egypt's transition from decades of authoritarian rule to democracy.
    Once a president is elected, military rule is supposed to end and the current Cabinet will resign, to be replaced by one appointed by the new president.
    Brotherhood officials have said they feel increasing urgency to oust the current government now and replace it with one selected by the parliament they dominate. They say further delays would leave the next government with a gutted economy because of the current Cabinet's inaction.

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    Last edited: Mar 30, 2012
  6. Marlin T

    Marlin T Well-Known Member

    Jul 8, 2005
    New Mexico
    It's not looking good over there, not at all.
  7. raven818

    raven818 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Oct 3, 2011
    Jax, Fl.
    I hope they change their policy about allowing media coverage. I'd eat here, doze here, and any other functions I could take care of, here, just to watch the MBH go the way of the dinosaurs.
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