A Brotherhood of blood, destruction

THE Muslim Brotherhood has been trying to cement its rule in Egypt through bloodshed. The group’s boat, which is full of blood and corpses, has started sailing from Bur Saeed to Egyptian cities and streets, reaping more killings in a manner which suggests they knock hard on the doors leading to civil war; similar to what the late Muammar Gaddafi said, “It is either him or civil war”.

Libya had plunged into destruction and killings. Gaddafi lost his rule and his life, while his children and the rest of his family were displaced. Egyptian President Mohamad Morsi, his supporters and the group’s mentor whom the President had dismissed to save his image, must learn from what happened in Libya.

If the Brotherhood leaders have a sense of nationalism and religion, their hands would not have been soaked in blood. They would not have resorted to oppression just to cling to power. Apparently, dictatorship blinds those suffering from it and prevents them from learning from the past experiences of others.

It is not strange for a group, which considers Iran as a model, to establish authority through destruction and bloodshed. During Morsi’s tenure as Head of Development and Justice in the political party, he was quoted as saying, “The Iranian Revolution is the source of inspiration for the Arab Spring”. Since then, everything the Brotherhood does is no longer regarded as strange, because ‘Birds of the same feather flock together’.

If the Iranian regime, which has established authority through massacre, killings, imprisonment and starvation over the last decades is the source of inspiration for the incumbent Egyptian leader, this means we are reading a book of bloody and loathsome future for the land of ‘Canaanites’. Every Arab must ponder on each word in this book. The new Middle East map should not be drawn by the blood of its people according to the plan of an American producer, who chose the Brotherhood to play the lead role in his horror and destruction movie whose plot is written by the American administration.

Besides the Egyptian boat, that of Tunisia is also sinking in the same ocean of blood. The recent events in Libya need no explanation; and if Jordan knows how to eliminate conspiracy from its bed, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has foiled conspiracy plots. However, this is not the end of the road. If the monster in the Brotherhood succeeds in its bid to cling to power by all means, the blood of Egyptians will not quench its thirst because the entire Arab world will be toothsome bite for it.
Two years after the revolution, Egypt is mourning due to the adventurous moment which put them under the claws of people who have been living in vengeance, assassination, explosion, destruction and lies over the last 80 years. Perhaps, the Egyptians have discovered that former President Hosni Mubarak’s warnings against the group were rooted from patriotic conscience.

If we pray day and night so Egypt does not become another Somalia, we also call on all Kuwaitis to scrutinize the stance of the Brotherhood subordinates here in Kuwait; for them to realize the meaning of their justification on the killing of innocent Egyptians who objected to the ruling of the ‘judge’. They wreaked havoc when the security forces interfered in their unlawful demonstrations, because they want to gain power through chaos, unseating of leaders and bloodshed. Contrary to their claims, they do not seek reforms. They raise this slogan only to deceive the public.

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times

By: Ahmed Al-Jarallah

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