Reversing Morsi’s dangerous path gives Copts hope for Mubarak era “peace” – Not good enough

Reversing Morsi’s dangerous path gives Copts hope for Mubarak era “peace” – Not good enough

By | 2013-12-10T19:55:42+00:00 December 10th, 2013|Reports|0 Comments
Ashraf Ramelah’s Report for Voice of the Copts 
12/10/2013  
Fact: Former Egyptian President Morsi linked his jihadist ambitions for Egypt to Al Qaeda’s. 
 
Fact: Former Egyptian President Morsi’s goal for Egypt was to subvert it to Caliphate leadership.
 
Fact: The task of post-Morsi rule is to expunge terrorist buildup and Islamic supremacy. 
 
The Al Waton reports
The privately-owned Egyptian national newspaper, Al Waton, in multiple reports last week revealed transcripts of phone conversations held last fall between Egyptian president, Mohammed Morsi, and the leader of Al Qaeda, Al Zawahiri. According to the Al Waton, Morsi first denied the tapes. Morsi then switched his position and verified them upon listening to their recordings during his court hearing. 
 
The former Egyptian President acknowledged the authenticity of the Secret Service tapes which gave information about his receipt of special telephone devices imported from a powerful Western country (name not provided by Al Waton) via Turkey. These devices were used by one of his presidential palace aides as well as by the former Egyptian Ambassador Rafaah Al Tahtawy to speak with Al Qaeda, according the Al Waton reports. 
Al Waton also reported that Khairat Al Shater, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual deputy, connected to Pakistan and Palestine terrorists leading them to President Morsi 24 hours prior to terrorists opening fire upon Egypt’s unsuspecting military in the border city of Rafeah (north of Sinai) on August 5, 2012.  
 
Al Waton reported that on October 1, 2012 Al Zawahiri in a taped phone call with President Morsi regarding the attack on Egyptian soldiers in Sinai said, “The soldiers had no responsibility but their leaders are tyrants who carry out U.S. and Zionist plans. Do not be concerned about their blood.” Al Zawahiri added, “The Egyptian army is an Islamic army and must allow the training of all Islamic elements from all over the world.” 
 
Even more devastating is Morsi’s recorded response. Al Waton quoted Morsi’s reply, “We are planning to build an Islamic army from highly trained Islamic jihadists led by [Islamic army] as well as we are also trying to merge the sons of our jihadists and Muslim Brotherhood under the army institution.” 
 
The Al-dastor reports
National Egyptian newspaper and electronic news, Al-dastor, reported on September 8, 2013 that,
 
Major General Shafiq Al-banna, who is an expert in Egypt’s strategic affairs and deputy head of Knights of Egypt Party, said that phone calls between President Morsi and USA President Obama occurred on June 29, 2012 in which Mr. Obama demanded that Morsi increase chaos in Sinai by terrorist attacks there at various points as well as in vital areas of Egyptian cities. 
 
Former President Morsi got what he meant to avoid 
When newly elected President Morsi had privacy concerns he refused to live in the presidential palace. Morsi chose instead to remain in his own residence. However, when bullet-proof windows were installed in his home, Egyptian Intelligence bugged the villa by installing tiny cameras within the glass.
 
Egyptian attorneys go to the international criminal courts; will Obama be indicted?
Based on information from Morsi’s phone conversations, Egyptian attorneys have submitted a request to the international criminal courts to indict President Obama for the foreign President’s support and instigation of terrorist acts inside Egypt.