Wednesday, March 11, 2015

President El-Sisi and President Obama don’t agree about ISIS and Islam

Trevor Loudon a conservative writer and political activist from New Zealand was interviewed about the world situation on the Glenn Beck show Monday night.  Links many of the world problems back to Putin. This story is from The Blaze and was posted at his blog, New Zeal.

“While President Sisi’s Ministry of Religious Endowments has granted 400 preaching permits to Salafist leaders, his move to close down 27,000 mosques — in the world’s most populous Arab country — is as dramatic as it is telling.

Consideration of such a policy would be unthinkable in America, as it would be seen as a violation of religious freedom, even if the facilities in question were to house those espousing anti-social and anti-American acts bordering on treason.

In fact, under President Obama America has taken a diametrically opposed approach: Actively seeking to partner with mosques, and creating significantly tougher standards for surveilling them.

President Sisi of Egypt sees the Muslim Brotherhood as the root of ISIS and Islamic jihad and has banned the organization.  Obama welcomes the Brotherhood at the White House. Obama attempts to embrace Iran and reject Israel.

Here’s a interview which ran on Fox News; and he was very careful about what he said about Obama—nothing negative. It’s well worth watching.

Another Arab at MEMRI opines on Obama’s strange anti-Israel, pro-Iran behavior.

"I will conclude by saying the following: Since Obama is the godfather of the prefabricated revolutions in the Arab world, and since he is the ally of political Islam, [which is] the caring mother of [all] the terrorist organizations, and since he is working to sign an agreement with Iran that will come at the expense of the U.S.'s longtime allies in the Gulf, I am very glad of Netanyahu's firm stance and [his decision] to speak against the nuclear agreement at the American Congress despite the Obama administration's anger and fury. I believe that Netanyahu's conduct will serve our interests, the people of the Gulf, much more than the foolish behavior of one of the worst American presidents. “ Saudi daily Al-Jazirah, columnist Dr. Ahmad Al-Faraj

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