December 11, 2012

Egyptian President Summons 3,000 Foreign Jihadis to Terrorize Opposition?

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Via Raymond Ibrahim

The title of a recent Al Khabar News report declares: “Morsi summons 3,000 jihadis from Afghanistan, Chechnya, Bosnia, Somalia and Iran to be an Islamic army to strike the police and army forces” of Egypt.

According to the report, Ibrahim Ali, a lawyer of various Islamic groups, said that 3,000 leaders and members of the Jihad Groups and the notorious Islamic Group—including the brother of Khaled al-Islambouli, the army officer who planned and participated in the assassination of President Anwar Sadat—will arrive in Egypt in a few days.

Ali added that most of these leaders are coming from Afghanistan, Chechnya, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Somalia, Kenya, Iran, and even London. Similar reports had appeared earlier, in November: these seasoned jihadis may already be in Egypt. Moreover, back in August, days after Morsi assumed Egypt’s presidency, he released jihadi convicts from the nation’s two most notorious terrorist organizations, Islamic Jihad and the Islamic Group—including several held under tight security and on death row for committing especially heinous acts of terror in Egypt.[More...]

You may remember Ayman al-Zawahiri's bro Muhammed was released from prison in March of this year A military court found him not guilty of all charges relating to the assassination of Anwar Sadat.

Muhammed al-Zawahiri took part, and was a main organizer, in the 9/11/2012 protest at our embassy in Cairo. The Obama administration and MSM used the Mohammed video as a reason for the protest, but it wasn't. The Islamists were demanding we release the Blind Sheikh aka Omar Abdel Rahman and send him back to Egypt.

Anyway, back to the foreign jihadis. I wouldn't be the least bit surprised Morsi would call on his troops to help him out. When the jihadi shit hits the fan, we will know for sure. Besides, Muhammed al-Zawahiri will be reunited with his buds from the Islamic Jihad.

By Stable Hand at 01:28 PM | Comments |