Tag Archive for "Egypt"September 13, 2012
A US Government law enforcement official has outed the filmmaker behind the film blamed for attacks on US installations that “coincidentally” happened on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
Supporters of the failed policies of Barack Obama, which got 4 diplomats killed in Libya this week, have pounced on challenger Mitt Romney for defending the American right to free speech after it came under assault by the Obama administration.
According to his publicly posted daily schedule, failed President Barack Obama skipped his intelligence briefings for the entire week proceeding the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
As Obama-supported Muslim Brotherhood types in Egypt stormed the American embassy there proclaiming that there is no God and tore down the American flag , the embassy released a statement condemning those who would “hurt the religious feelings of Muslims.”
The Arab spring that Obama claims is hindering our economic recovery is already paying at least some dividends. Egypt’s Islamist parliament has approved a measure that will allow Egyptian men to have sex with their wives up to 6 hours after the wife’s death.
How’s the Obama-sanctioned “Arab Spring” working out for you? Not so fantastic if you’re Israel, which was supposed to be our closest ally in the region last time I checked.
Remember, it was vitally important that US ally Hosni Mubarak be driven from power with absolutely no plan for what would happen afterward. Our boy genius super-macho he-man Osama slayer President told us so, and so it was.
There is no story, large or small, tragic or triumphant, domestic or foreign that Barack Obama will not seek to insert himself into and use for the maximum political gain.
CBS News war correspondent Lara Logan was brutally beaten and gang raped in Egypt Friday while covering the aftermath that country’s overthrow of its previous President.
Al Arabiya News Channel reports that former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak fell into a coma shortly after the giving the speech in which he handed control of Egypt over to the country’s military.