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JUNE 30 is not only a special day for Egypt, but it is a pivotal date for the Arab and Islamic worlds. It is a glorious day that the world will talk about for several decades.
This is due to the fact that for the first time in the history of uprisings, the popular voice became the agent of change, and not the army as is customary in the Third World.
Indeed, the Egyptian armed forces were the echo of the voices of 33 million Egyptians who rose to stop the systematic rape of the state orchestrated by the Muslim Brotherhood Group when it hijacked the January 25, 2011 uprising to install its puppet at the head of the government.
What happened in 2013 was the thwarting of the largest conspiracy targeting the Arab and Islamic worlds by dividing them into two camps – Sunnis led by the Muslim Brotherhood Groups, and Shiites led by the Mullahs of Tehran – while the maestro was Israel.
The letters of the late Mohamed Morsi to the Israeli President Shimon Peres at the time revealed the depth of the relationship between the two parties, as he used to start those letters with the words “My dear and great friend” and end them with “your loyal friend”.
Furthermore, we have the memoirs of the former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and the memoirs of the former US President Barack Obama concerning the plots against the Arab and Islamic worlds by the demons of the Muslim Brotherhood Group and the American intelligence.
In 2013, by the divine intervention, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and the army emerged and destroyed that demonic scheme, recovering what was almost killed during the two lean years of the Brotherhood conspiracy, which transmitted its infection to the Arabian Gulf states to spread in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates and other GCC countries. However, vigilance and good governance in some of those countries defeated the saboteurs.
The Brotherhood’s demonic interference did not stop at the limits of political action, but it reached the Egyptian judiciary, which found itself shackled to a group of demons who clearly expressed their goals in the case of the late President Hosni Mubarak.
One of the mediators told them, “Reduce the pressure on the man” and the response of the supreme leader of the Muslim Brotherhood Group was, “We will lead him from prison to the grave”.
In fact, Mubarak believed that he did not commit a crime, which is why he said clearly in his last speech, “I will not leave Egypt where I was born and where I will die”. However, it is the evil Brotherhood’s hatred, which was practiced against all former officials and business persons, and even tens of thousands of Egyptians who refused the usurp the rule.
So when the Egyptians celebrate the June 30 uprising, they celebrate the anniversary of the restoration of pride and dignity.
That is why when the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said on one occasion that the Gulf countries were generous to Egypt, the response of those countries was, “We are generous with ourselves. Egypt is a dear part of the Arab world, and it is the strategic depth of the Gulf. Its stability is part of the regional stability”.
Today, Egypt is under the custody of a president who works day and night to raise its status. For this reason, he made the entire country a workshop, in which the army and the people participate. He spends billions on rural and urban development, believing in one rule that everyone should work, based on the principle “Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach him to fish, and you feed him for life”.
Indeed, may Almighty Allah bless the President who is persistent in succeeding for the sake of his country. The process is still in its infancy. Just as you have accomplished all those huge projects, there is no doubt that Egypt will complete the 10,000-kilometer road, the North Highway linking the countries of the African continent.
Thank you to the people of Egypt who are able to win the big bets. Thank you to President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the pioneer of its modern renaissance.
By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times