‘Fears of Brotherhood threat to democracy are inflated’.
A member of Egypt’s interim military government said unease over threats the Muslim Brotherhood poses to prospects of democracy in the country are exaggerated, and that the Islamist movement has a right to partake in political life.
“They are not seeking to have a religious country,” said Major General Mohamed Said Al-Assar, a member of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, in remarks quoted by Bloomberg News. “They have to have the same rights as all Egyptians.”
“Day by day, the Brotherhood are changing and are getting on a more moderate track,” he said. “They have the willingness to share in the political life … they are sharing in good ways.”
Al-Assar said the army remains committed to the 1979 peace treaty with Israel, but that Cairo will have to “adjust to the changes in the region” and resolve outstanding regional disputes including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The comments came Monday while addressing the Washington-based US Institute of Peace, a government-funded organization.
Taqiyya – Lying for the sake of Allah.
Would it surprise you if General Al-Assar is himself a member of The Muslim Brotherhood ?
Thing is, he’s kind of right on the statement that…… The Muslim Brotherhood is “not seeking to have a religious country”.
The Muslim Brotherhood wants the entire planet.
Convert, submit, or die.
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Everything I need to know about Islam I learned at the age of 13 on September 5th 1972.
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Tool up…… It’s coming…… You know…… “It”.