Senin, 31 Januari 2011

Jewish Lobby Continues Guerrilla About Egypt

After Israel's defense minister, Ehud Barak, are known to conduct secret talks with cabinet colleagues in the U.S., is now the turn of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Europe. In a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Jerusalem, he declared that the unrest in Egypt could bring the power of radical Islam back on the reins of power, repeating the scenario that occurred during the Iranian revolution in 1979.

Netanyahu convey the same message in a phone conversation with U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday night, and in conversations with other world leaders in recent days. During the meeting with Merkel, and in subsequent press conference, Netanyahu stressed two points to the West. First is the message that radical Islam can take over Egypt, and second, the fact that Israel is the only stable country in the Middle East and therefore the West must memperkuat relations with his country.

Ikhwanul Muslimin Blamed as The Puppeteer Demo

Ikhwanul Muslimin, or al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun, Egypt is the oldest and largest Islamic organization. Founded by Hassan al-Banna in 1920, this group has influenced Islamic movements around the world with its model of political activism, combined with the activities of Islamic charities.

This movement was originally intended only to spread Islamic morality and good deeds, but became involved in politics, especially the struggle to get rid of British colonial control in Egypt and clean all Western influence. Today, although officially prohibited and subject to repression, the Ikhwanul Muslimin led the public opposition against the ruling National Democratic Party led by President Hosni Mubarak, who has ruled since 1981.

Minggu, 30 Januari 2011

United States Supposed Stopping Dictator Mubarak Support

Egyptian politician and former Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Mohamed ElBaradei, urged Washington to end its sponsorship of President Hosni Mubarak and his government. ElBaradei confirmed that statement in a series of interviews with U.S. television networks in Cairo, on Sunday.

ElBaradei also suggested the U.S. President, Barack Obama, in favor of Egyptian society. He said, "President Obama better be the last to say to President Mubarak; you have time to go. "The U.S. government can not ask the people of Egypt to trust a dictator who has ruled for 30 years to implement democracy. This is a joke," said ElBaradei told CBS television program "Face the Nation."

India Send Aircraft to Transport Their Citizens Out of Egypt

On Sunday the Government of India sent a passenger plane to Cairo to evacuate their citizens from Egypt because of the ongoing unrest, the government said in New Delhi. Special Air India aircraft will repatriate 300 people, mostly women and children, Indian Foreign Ministry said in a statement. The State Department says the return is made after a request from Indian citizens living in Egypt who was hit by turbulence.

New Delhi asks its citizens not to travel to Egypt, which is now home to around 3,600 people of Indian descent. "We continue to follow the development of anxiety in Egypt. India has traditionally close relations and friends," the ministry said in a statement.

Sabtu, 29 Januari 2011

Victims Continue to Increase Due to Conflict Egypt

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's promise to bring the winds of democracy and reform to the country was ignored people. They again took to the streets in greater numbers and demanding figure who has three decades of ruling the country to go down. Even in Suez, a total of 1700 civil servants declare a strike for an unspecified time until Mubarak down and joined the demonstrators.

Mubarak's speech the previous night could not dampen the anger of the people. Mubarak expressed sacked all ministers and promised to form a reformist government. The Associated Press declared the building of parliament and cabinet has been blocked by the military, controlled mass circumvent. Al Jazeera reported from Cairo, this city looks like a war zone since Saturday morning.

Egyptian Intelligence Chief Appointed Being Vice President

New Vice President of Egypt, Omar Suleiman, is a leading figure in Egypt for a long time. In 1993, Omar has been appointed as head of Egyptian intelligence and responsible for a number of foreign policy issues are sensitive.Suleiman is the closest confidant of President Hosni Mubarak and the first person appointed as vice president since Mubarak to power 30 years ago. Mubarak himself is a vice president before taking over power after the assassination of his predecessor, Anwar Sadat.

Suleiman received international awards for his role as a mediator in Israeli-Palestinian peace process for his efforts to curb Islamic extremism. In 2009, Foreign Policy magazine gave him rank as one of his intelligence service chief of the most influential in the Middle East. Like Mubarak, Suleiman and Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq new military backgrounds. Shafiq is a former air force chief of staff and minister of civil aviation. Suleiman was a lieutenant general.

Jumat, 28 Januari 2011

International Support for People of Egypt

Hundreds of people around the world held demonstrations near the embassy in Egypt to support the ongoing protest against President Hosni Mubarak, along with large demonstrations in Egypt on Friday. In Turkey, the groups of people gathered outside the Egyptian Embassy in Ankara to show solidarity with protesters in Egypt. In London, demonstrators asked the Egyptian authorities to avoid the use of force against demonstrators. In the capital of Tunisia, Tunis, similar demonstrations were held in front of the Embassy of Egypt to support the insurgency in Egypt.

"We're here to say that the Tunisian people are behind the people of Egypt. They have suffered just like us who suffer. It is time for change," AFP quoted from one of the protesters. Demonstrations are also conducted in Germany to show solidarity with protesters Egypt. Egyptian security forces clashed with protesters in Cairo and several cities demanding the government Mubarak regime change.

Recommendation of President Obama To President of Egypt Hosni Mubarak

United States President Barack Obama says he personally has told Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to take "concrete steps" to expand people's rights. He also asked Mubarak to refrain from violence against protesters flooded the streets of Cairo and other cities. "Obviously, there will be difficult days that will be passed, but the United States will continue to defend the rights of the Egyptian people and government to work with them in pursuing a future that is more just, more free, and more hopeful," said Obama, who admitted had telephone talks with Mubarak.

U.S. President made a comment on television shortly after he and Mubarak spoke. Obama's statement almost coincided with Mubarak in Cairo direct speech announcing the dismissal of his government and immediately form a new government to accelerate reforms. At the same time, he argued, violence by the protesters will not be tolerated. Obama said the U.S. always follow the developments in Egypt. Mubarak then ordered the police and military into the streets in response to the thousands of demonstrators.

Rabu, 26 Januari 2011

The Apostate Recruited to Reject California Mosque Development

The city council has approved construction of a mosque in Temecula, Southern California. Condition, the establishment of the mosque did not disturb the traffic in the area. But repellent mosque stronghold lawsuit rejected, still not satisfied. They seek other legal steps to cancel the plan to establish a mosque. Through the organization Concerned Citizens United, they re-build support. Some Muslims who have been exchanging beliefs, was recruited to launch an anti-mosque campaign.

One is the Mano Bakh, an Iranian-born U.S. citizen who rejected Islam after his family moved into the country. He said the remains suspicious of why so much space needed for worship. "A building 25 thousand square meters to less than 150 families, where the logic? That tells you there is something behind the plan," said Bakh. "This in my opinion not a mosque, but a center of radicalization."

Interpol Began Hunting President Ben Ali

Tunisia has requested assistance from Interpol to arrest deposed President Zine al-Abidine Ben-Ali and his wife, Leila Trabelsi, as well as other members of his family who had fled during the uprising, said Justice Minister Lazhar Karoui Chebbi, on Wednesday.

Chebbi told a news conference, Tunisia wants to hear Ben Ali and his group as "possession of property (taken over) and transfer foreign currency abroad. He mentioned seven members of Ben Ali's family who was arrested in Tunisia but said that Imed Trabelsi, a niece Leila Trabelsi, and Sakher al-Matter, Ben Ali's daughter, had fled abroad.