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Protests Continue in Egypt after a Islamist-dominated panel rushed through a draft constitution
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[quote:KoFFee_:MV8yMDY2OTE4XzM0Nzc4MDg1XzgyQ0RCMTAx] [b]US President Barack Obama Behind Morsiís Power Grab In Egypt[/b] In politics there are no accidents or coincidences If you think that the recent power grab of Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi is happening in a vacuum or by mere happenstance, you are greatly fooling yourself. The move by Morsi to make himself Egyptís new Pharaoh is exactly what the plan has been all along since Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood started the Arab Spring. Havenít you wondered why Obama, so vocal during the Gaza-Israeli conflict, is now as quiet as a Mosque Mouse? Not one word has he spoken against Morsiís coup. And he wonít until he is sure how it will all wind up. We ask you to consider the following: Back in the very beginning of the Ara Spring, Obama sided with the Muslim Brotherhood. Obama put the muscle in place to assasinate Muammar Gaddhafi. Obama did nothing to stop the Arab Spring as it spread across the Middle East. Obama aided the Brotherhood in Yemen with airstirkes. Obama convinces G8 to give Muslim Brotherhood $8 billion for Arab Spring. The liberal media aided Obama by whole-heartedly embracing the Arab Spring. After taking over Egypt, Obama then publicly declared the US-Muslim Brotherhood partnership. Read more here: http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/blog/?p=12440 [/quote]
Egyptian activists were to rally Friday after a Islamist-dominated panel rushed through a draft constitution, escalating the political stand-off between President Mohammed Morsi and his opposition.
A spokesman for former Arab League chief Amr Moussa said the opposition leader would later Friday head a march to Tahrir Square, where activists are staging a sit-in protest against a decree by Morsi granting himself broad powers that shield his decisions from judicial review.
Other protest groups are planning their own marches Friday ahead of a mass opposition rally called on Saturday to rival an Islamist protest in support of Morsi.
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