Post Tagged with: "Egypt"

President Barack Obama meets with Secretary of State John Kerry in the Oval Office, July 29, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)

President Obama: Prisoner of His Own Agenda

If the American President was not a prisoner to his own pro-Muslim Brotherhood agenda, the U.S. Administration would now be applauding the Egyptian military’s crackdown on the anti-Western, anti-Semitic and anti-Israel Muslim Brotherhood thugs who have instigated horrific violence in Cairo and throughout much of the country. Indeed, his own agenda has resulted in untold bloodshed and a human rights meltdown in Syria, Iraq, North Africa, Afghanistan and Yemen.

Read more ›
Egypt’s Ultimate Future

Egypt’s Ultimate Future

We all remember when the Islamic Brotherhood had officially taken over Egypt. The very first thing out of their mouth was death and destruction to Israel and the Jews and that they would also take Jerusalem and make it “their” capital. My dear friends, now that President Morsi has been ousted the blood once again flows in the streets of Egypt as his “Brotherhood” supporters rage against all. I would like to provide from a biblical perspective a biblical point of view for any who might be wondering what will now become of Egypt, the Egyptian Islamic Brotherhood, the Egyptian military and the nation of Israel.

Read more ›
Was this Obama’s preferred Middle East solution?

Was this Obama’s preferred Middle East solution?

What the Muslim Brotherhood’s victory in Egypt meant was the end of any hope on the part of secularists, women, and especially Egyptian Christians, who were all yearning finally for the beginning of a true and enlightened fledgling democracy after the fall of President Hosni Mubarak. Instead, they are now enduring ominous Islamic Sharia law restrictions on their few remaining rights.

Read more ›
Reap the Whirlwind

Reap the Whirlwind

No-one would advocate a slash and burn/take no prisoner approach to recent attacks on Americans in the Middle East. However, to allow the first murder of an American ambassador since the Carter debacle to go unanswered is beyond the pale of poor leadership straying towards the realm of either complete ineptitude or dereliction of duty.

Read more ›
Ambassador Christopher Stevens

One Death is a Tragedy, But One Million…

This violence against America and Americans in the Middle east–it all occurred on our eleventh commemoration of 9-11-2001. Consider: What if Iran has a bomb? What if Iran can only produce dirty bombs … but can do it right now? What if Syria’s [known] chemical weapons and [notional] biological agents for into the hands of the revolutionary combatants and Islamists?

Read more ›