It’s time to let the Egyptians choose their own destiny.
With the Egyptian economy on the verge of collapse, its currency devalued and its fuel and food reserves dangerously low, the Brotherhood is investing its remaining money in more ways of suppressing political protests from the opposition by buying tear gas.
The Muslim Brotherhood was reportedly responsible for the destruction of a good deal of Cairo’s nightlife with a series of fires back in the day. Now it’s using the power of the law, not the gasoline can.
“I hate Zionism,” he told the Associated Press in June 2012. “I want to be part of the Palestinian resistance.”
One of the classified documents, signed by Hamas’s armed wing, Izaddin al-Kassam, talks about the need to send “warriors to help our brothers in Egypt who are facing attempts by the former regime [of Hosni Mubarak] to return to power.”