Monday, 31 January 2011

Will Riots in Egypt Bring War to Israel?

Hat tip to Tundra Tabloids for the video as well as coverage on this most important event.

Many believe that Mohamed Elbaradei is nothing more than a stooge of the Muslim Brotherhood. If he succeeds in grabbing the reins in Egypt this could mean that Israel will face an enemy with one of the largest and strongest military forces around, built on the most advanced American-made platforms. The IDF has not had to worry about defending two fronts at once until now and the impact will be felt immediately.

In 2009 Wikileaks posted a cable saying that Egypt was stopping Iranian money from making its way through the country to Hamas in the Gaza Strip--a strong Islamist government  in Egypt could change all that. Elbaradei has already stated that (when he takes power) he will open the border to Gaza. Add to all the above the open anti-Israel attitude of Obama, and we could be facing a disaster that would sweep accross the middle east. The question now must be asked--If the Islamists sweep the middle-east what will stop their movement from rising up in Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, North America? The Muslim Brotherhood has set down roots in all of these places--whether you choose to admit it or not.

In a report for the Jerusalem Post, Barry Rubin states:
Remember the Iranian revolution when all sorts of people poured out into the streets to demand freedom? 
...Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is now president.
Remember the Beirut spring when people poured out into the streets to demand freedom? 
...Hizbullah is now running Lebanon.
Remember the democracy among the Palestinians and free elections?
...Hamas is now running the Gaza Strip.
Remember democracy in Algeria?
...Tens of thousands of people were killed in the ensuing civil war.
It doesn’t have to be that way but the precedents are pretty daunting...

Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable...JFK

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