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Egyptian Army to Muslim Brotherhood: 48 Hours to Stand Down, Or Else...

 
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Egyptian Army to Muslim Brotherhood: 48 Hours to Stand Down, Or Else...
Egyptian Army to Muslim Brotherhood: Stand Down in 48 Hours Or Else ** Allegations also surfacing that the Muslim Brotherhood killed their own protestors in a false flag event to frame the Egyptian Army ** US Government Cancelled Sending F16s to Egypt now that Morsi is ousted and freedom has a chance again

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Re: Egyptian Army to Muslim Brotherhood: 48 Hours to Stand Down, Or Else...
Not exactly. Army gave a deadline to join military-backed political process. If not they will not be a part of this process.

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Re: Egyptian Army to Muslim Brotherhood: 48 Hours to Stand Down, Or Else...
Not exactly. Army gave a deadline to join military-backed political process. If not they will not be a part of this process.

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 Quoting: Ger_reG


They are telling them to back the fuck off with the violence and threats of war.

Cairo, Egypt – Reports surfaced today of an ultimatum issued by the Egyptian Army against it’s rivals in the Muslim Brotherhood. “We will not initiate any move, but will definitely react harshly against any calls for violence or black terrorism from Brotherhood leaders or their supporters. We pledge to protect peaceful protesters regardless of their affiliation,” the statement read, appearing on Facebook today. Although the Army insists it will not “crack down” on the Brotherhood, the statement was surrounded by links to the Egyptian Army’s website, clearly showing off it’s military might within the country.
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Not exactly. Army gave a deadline to join military-backed political process. If not they will not be a part of this process.

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Correct, thank you, you understand the difference.

Don't confuse OP with the 48 deadline to join the political dialoge, the first reconciliation meeting was boycotted by MB. They want them to join.

The other thing is the call of Al-Sisi to come out today to show solidarity with the Army to stop violence and further terrorist attacks, like the recent bombings of police stations and more attacks in Sinai.

Nobody issued a threat to crack down on peaceful protesters of Morsi supporters, but the False Flag attacks did happen and that's what the Army is talking about. Egyptians are fed up and we can't let it escalate further.
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ITS MARSHALL LAW MORAN!!!!11 fighter1
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Not exactly. Army gave a deadline to join military-backed political process. If not they will not be a part of this process.

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 Quoting: Ger_reG


Correct, thank you, you understand the difference.

Don't confuse OP with the 48 deadline to join the political dialoge, the first reconciliation meeting was boycotted by MB. They want them to join.

The other thing is the call of Al-Sisi to come out today to show solidarity with the Army to stop violence and further terrorist attacks, like the recent bombings of police stations and more attacks in Sinai.

Nobody issued a threat to crack down on peaceful protesters of Morsi supporters, but the False Flag attacks did happen and that's what the Army is talking about. Egyptians are fed up and we can't let it escalate further.
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Never did I, nor the article claim that the Egyptian Army threatened to crack down on peaceful protesters, in fact, in the article, it is outlined quite clear in the first few paragraphs. What it did say is that they will not be taking no more shit when it comes to the violence and attacks.
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Re: Egyptian Army to Muslim Brotherhood: 48 Hours to Stand Down, Or Else...
Egyptian Army to Muslim Brotherhood: Stand Down in 48 Hours Or Else ** Allegations also surfacing that the Muslim Brotherhood killed their own protestors in a false flag event to frame the Egyptian Army ** US Government Cancelled Sending F16s to Egypt now that Morsi is ousted and freedom has a chance again

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Muslim Brotherhood is a piece of shit organization that was created by the same people who created the Obama Administration. It doesn't surprise me one bit that those cocksuckers killed their own people and blamed it on the opposition. Typical Democratic party tactics.
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Not exactly. Army gave a deadline to join military-backed political process. If not they will not be a part of this process.

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 Quoting: Ger_reG


Correct, thank you, you understand the difference.

Don't confuse OP with the 48 deadline to join the political dialoge, the first reconciliation meeting was boycotted by MB. They want them to join.

The other thing is the call of Al-Sisi to come out today to show solidarity with the Army to stop violence and further terrorist attacks, like the recent bombings of police stations and more attacks in Sinai.

Nobody issued a threat to crack down on peaceful protesters of Morsi supporters, but the False Flag attacks did happen and that's what the Army is talking about. Egyptians are fed up and we can't let it escalate further.
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Never did I, nor the article claim that the Egyptian Army threatened to crack down on peaceful protesters, in fact, in the article, it is outlined quite clear in the first few paragraphs. What it did say is that they will not be taking no more shit when it comes to the violence and attacks.
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Ok OP, now it's more clear what you meant. I misunderstood.

Thanks for your support hf

PS: Prosecutor has ordered the detention for 15 days of Morsi on charges of conspiring with Hamas and his prison break in 2011
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Re: Egyptian Army to Muslim Brotherhood: 48 Hours to Stand Down, Or Else...
Morsi regime was funded by Qatar Prime Minster
Al Thani

Al Thani is Muslim Brotherhood and CFR member
(Council on Foreign Relations)

Al Thani also owns the Al Jazerra Network.
22 journalist recently quit Al Jazerra
because they had orders to conceal news
about the Muslim Brotherhood. These
orders came from Al Thani himself.

Thread: Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Dictator Morsi and Cronies funded by Qatar Prime Minister

the Morsi regime was backed by Muslim
Brotherhood member Barry Sortoro.
Which is why the US has halted the F-16
sale to Egypt. Egypt will only get
the F-16's if Egypt is controlled
by the CFR.
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Re: Egyptian Army to Muslim Brotherhood: 48 Hours to Stand Down, Or Else...
the White House will be pissed





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