Monday, September 23, 2013

Egyptian Court Bans Muslims Brotherhood

There was one positive outcome of the Arab Spring in Egypt. During the reign of Mubarak, most of the Muslim population of Egypt were convinced that the Muslim Brotherhood is a force for good, and that, if given a chance, the Brotherhood would rule with justice according to Islamic principles. When the Brotherhood took over after the fall of Mubarak, Egyptians found out what Islamic principles do to a country. Now, the Muslim Brotherhood is once again banned.

And yet, here in America, politicians and the media pander to CAIR, which is a Muslim Brotherhood front group. Are Egyptians more Islamophobic than Americans/

FoxNews—Egypt has banned the Muslim Brotherhood from carrying out activities inside the country as its interim government looks to crack down on unrest following former President Mohammed Morsi’s ouster. 

“The court bans the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood organization and its non-governmental organization and all the activities that it participates in and any organization derived from it,” judge Mohammed al-Sayed said in a statement on Monday, according to Reuters.

The court also ordered the Muslim Brotherhood's assets confiscated.

The Brotherhood was outlawed for most of its 85 years in existence. But after the 2011 ouster of autocrat Hosni Mubarak, it was allowed to work openly, formed a political party and rose to power in a string of post-Mubarak elections. In March, it registered as a recognized non-governmental organization. (Continue Reading.)


Deleting said...

Couldn't happen to a more deserving group.

Ken said...

Doesn't CAIR and the Muslim brotherhood and all other Muslim brotherhood groups agree with the restoration of the Khaliphate? (Sharia, Ummah Unity, and Dhimmitude are also necessary componenets of that)

That should be enough warning to all that Islam is a threat to freedom, since one it would be established, then there would be no freedom for Evangelism to Muslims and no freedom for a Muslim to convert to Christianity. (or anything else)

simple_truth said...

That is definitely good news; but, I wonder how the Egyptian government will turn out. If they don't get rid of all Islamic influences, they may be giving themselves false hope for their future. Islam incorporated at any degree is a dangerous proposition, IMO.

The question remains as to why our American elite aren't wise enough to see like Egypt. Are they going to wait until they see regular incidents on American soil before they wake up?