As usual, all the world attention is on current upheavals, mainly Iraq, Syria, Gaza, Israel, Russia, etc. and now France. (What happened to the anti-cops?) Everyone is aghast at the world of terror, with varied points of view as to the source, though the answer to that question is very obvious to anyone with a brain. The leadership of the U.S. works hard at diverting our attention from Islam when discussing terror. Under the Obama administration, the word “Islam” cannot be even associated with terrorism in training sessions to military, FBI, and etc., as though one has nothing to do without the other.
That’s our leadership, folks.
No one has had a real solution, certainly not American leaders. Many of us complain that no one within the Muslim world has taken a firm position against fundamentalists. Those of us in the know, who have studied this cancer on the world, have agreed that radical Islam – which numbers 15 to 20 percent of the world’s Muslim 1.5 billion population – can only be curtailed or eradicated from within, by the inner workings of peace-loving Muslims, of which few have been brave enough to be heard. It certainly won’t be accomplished by an occasional news byte, “We condemn these actions.” Big deal!
Now, perhaps there is meaningful hope. One major Muslim leader is strongly speaking out as a lone reformist within the darkness of the world stage, so dark that he’s barely noticed. One wonders why. Why isn’t this man being covered by mainstream news sources?
His name is Abdel-Fattah el Sisi. Hope is coming from this brave new leader of the most populous Islamic nation in the world: Egypt. The former military general, now president of Egypt, spoke to a huge audience of Islamic imams at a Cairo University on New Years Day — receiving little press – openly denouncing terrorism and extremism to the shock of many in the room, calling for (of all things) reform and assimilation with all the peoples of the world.
Reform? The last time a major religion was subject to reform, was in 1521, by Martin Luther.
This is chilling. For those of us who have followed the jihad intensity of Islamic conquest, the mass murders, the subjugation, the infiltration, propaganda and political funding by extremist organizations across the globe, it’s like witnessing an epiphany. So few have been willing to go up against the Muslim Brotherhood or radical Islam on the public stage, which is exactly what the terrorists want.
Anwar Sadat was murdered in 1981 by the Muslim Brotherhood for daring to sign a treaty with Israel. Let’s hope this doesn’t happen again. This is the Muslim leadership the world has been yearning for, especially peace-loving Muslims. Here are a few of his quotes to the New Year’s audience of imams:
“We are in need of a religious revolution…You, imams, are responsible before Allah…The entire world … is waiting for your next move … because [the Islamic world] is being torn, it is being destroyed, it is being lost — and it is being lost by our own hands.”
Are you kidding me? This is BIG! Here’s more:
“It’s inconceivable that the thinking that we hold most sacred should cause the entire [Islamic world] to be a source of anxiety, danger, killing and destruction for the rest of the world. Impossible!
“Is it possible that 1.6 billion people [Muslims] should want to kill the rest of the world’s inhabitants — that is 7 billion — so that they themselves may live? Impossible!
“You cannot feel it if you remain trapped within this mindset,” el-Sisi said. “You need to step outside of yourselves to be able to observe it and reflect on it from a more enlightened perspective.”
Renowned columnist, George Will, suggests el-Sisi receive the next Nobel Peace Prize.
Just a reminder to everyone. It was the Egyptian people, in concert with the Egyptian army led by el-Sisi, that overthrew the Muslim Brotherhood and the fascist regime of Mohammed Morsi. For one year, the Muslim Brotherhood imposed Sharia law on the secular populace of Egypt, and destroyed scores of Christian churches throughout the land, killing hundreds and causing the Christians to flee for their lives.
Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, were strongly supported by President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. That’s why millions who took to the streets of Egypt carried banners accusing Obama and Hillary and their minions as being terrorists. We didn’t hear much about that on CNN or NBC or ABC or CBS did we? Now we don’t hear much about the courage of el-Sisi of Egypt, standing up against radical Islam of the world in a meaningful way, lecturing the clerics directly on why fundamentalism is so dangerous to their religion.
The Muslim Brotherhood is the enemy of the United States and a purveyor of jihad everywhere. That was proven with supporting documents in a federal court of law in 2007.
I’ve often written that we are being led by an administration who may be working behind the scenes for the other side. Think about it folks:
* Will not allow his staff to associate terrorism with Islam
* Bolted from sight following Benghazi (as did Hillary)
* Called for ally, Hosni Mubarak to step down while supporting Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood
* Has had Islamists associated with the Muslim Brotherhood working in high level American government positions
* Would not associate the Ft. Hood massacre with Islamic terror
And on, and on.
And now, el-Sisi of Egypt, a significant international figure to establish close alliance in the war against Islamic fundamentalism, is but an embarrassment, if not a thorn to the Obama administration. If Obama won’t give el-Sisi any attention, then neither will network media, nor left wing print media.
Let’s support el-Sisi. Let’s write our congressmen and senators, and newspapers, and television networks, local imams, churches and anyone else who is interested in preserving freedom. Let’s bring him to the U.S. to speak before congress. Let’s arrange meeting between him and the Israeli prime minister, not for photo ops, but for serious strategy talks. This guy needs international attention
Hillary Clinton with Morsi