Full Military Coup Underway In Egypt

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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 8:48 pm » by grimghost



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A military coup is underway in Egypt, according to Mohamed Morsi's national security adviser and a Muslim Brotherhood spokesperson. Security forces have placed a travel ban on Morsi and a number of top Brotherhood officials, according to AFP sources.
Egypt's state news agency MENA says a short transitional period will be followed by presidential and parliamentary elections.

Egyptian troops, including commandos, are deploying at key sites and intersections throughout Egypt, including Suez and the highway to Alexandria. Several hundred soldiers, together with armored vehicles are taking part in a military parade on the road near the presidential palace, a witness told Reuters. The army reportedly erected barbed wire and barriers around the barracks where Morsi was working.
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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 8:54 pm » by Phoenix rising


man you've got to give the Egyptian people credit, they don't do things by half's, when they do something they do it with conviction, lets hope its a smooth transition, cheers grimghost :flop:
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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 9:14 pm » by Rizze


Phoenix rising wrote:man you've got to give the Egyptian people credit, they don't do things by half's, when they do something they do it with conviction, lets hope its a smooth transition, cheers grimghost :flop:


The power of the people coming together, although opposed by the sheep Morsi supporters, has been a response of great minds, they seen Morsi for what he is (liar full of promise)

I am afraid there will be a crackdown now by the military, it's really not good good to have them in power.
It will be many years that they shall lay down the law.
If only Morsi left in the first place, but his strings were being pulled by others.
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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 10:00 pm » by *WillEase*


Wow, go to sleep for a couple hours and all hell broke loose. :banana:
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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 10:01 pm » by The57ironman


WillEase666 wrote:Wow, go to sleep for a couple hours and all hell broke loose. :banana:

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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 10:09 pm » by Svaha


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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 10:19 pm » by *WillEase*


Now that Egypt has had a military coup, let's see how quickly the US suspends aid, as required by law.
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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 10:20 pm » by *WillEase*


The57ironman wrote:
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Good idea! Puff puff. bubble bubble, cough cough...pass.
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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 11:10 pm » by *WillEase*


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Yesterday, the Egyptian military gave the government of President Mohamed Morsy an ultimatum: give the millions of people protesting at least some of what they want by July 3 or be gone. Today, the military said that if it takes over, it will suspend the Egyptian Constitution and dissolve the Islamist-led parliament, according to Reuters.

Oddly enough, this might be good news for the Pentagon, which largely built the modern Egyptian armed forces. In fact, the Egyptian Army -- as the entire military is colloquially known there -- may be one of the U.S. government's best friends in the entire Arab world. American presidents have been encouraging stability in the region for more than 30 years by making the Egyptian military the muscle behind a regional superpower -- one built and trained by Washington.

In addition to buying Egypt weapons like 1,200 M1 Abrams tanks and hundreds of F-16 fighter jets, the United States spends millions of dollars annually to train Egyptian troops in war games in the Middle East. Egypt's current defense chief, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, is an alum of the U.S. Army War College in Pennsylvania while the head of Egypt's air force, Reda Mahmoud Hafez Mohamed, did a tour in the United States as a liaison officer, and the recently retired head of the Egyptian navy, Mohab Mamish, did a bunch of tours in the United States . Their cases are hardly unique; more than 500 Egyptian military officers train at American military graduate schools every year. There's even a special guesthouse on T Street in northwest Washington, D.C., where visiting Egyptian military officials stay when in the American capital.

All this gives the United States quite a bit of leverage when it comes to the Egyptian military, one of the most powerful forces in Egyptian society. (Some estimate that up to 40 percent of the Egyptian economy is controlled by the military.)

Two years after Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak was ousted by popular protests (aided by the military), U.S. President Barack Obama has continued the most generous of traditions, asking Congress for $1.3 billion in military aid to give to Egypt in fiscal year 2014. The United States has delivered that sum of money to Egypt every year since 1987. This means that Egypt receives more military aid from the United States than any nation other than Israel.

"Although there are no verifiable figures on total Egyptian military spending, it is estimated that U.S. military aid covers as much as 80% of the Defense Ministry's weapons procurement costs," according to a brand-new report on U.S.-Egypt relations from the Congressional Research Service.

Plenty of the weapons provided by the United States, from tear gas canisters to Abrams tanks, ended up on the streets of Egypt in 2011 in the Egyptian armed forces' halfhearted attempt to quell the anti-Mubarak protests.

Still, the last time Egyptians took to the streets to remove their head of state, the military ended up backing the masses -- a move that helped lead to Morsy and his political party, the conservative Muslim Brotherhood, taking power one year ago.

For now, the military and the Egyptian protesters appear united, with the throngs cheering military choppers as they flew overhead on Sunday and Monday. We'll see how close these two sides remain if the military suspends the constitution.

Another one of the potentially big problems with this scheduled coup (for the Egyptian armed forces, anyway) is that American officials are warning that such an event will automatically cause the United States to cut off all military aid.

It also remains to be seen whether the United States will actually follow through on the threat to one of its closest friends in the Middle East. The United States is barred under the 2012 Consolidated Appropriations Act from spending money for any "assistance to the government of any country whose duly elected head of government is deposed by military coup or decree, or a coup d'etat or decree that is supported by the military."

However, Reuters is quoting a senior Muslim Brotherhood politician as saying "he expects the High Committee for Elections to meet within hours to consider annulling the 2012 presidential election." Such a move may be designed to open the door for a military intervention that doesn't qualify as a coup. :nwo:
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PostWed Jul 03, 2013 11:23 pm » by *WillEase*


Comment Of Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt., Chairman Of The Budget Committee For The State Department And Foreign Assistance) On The Military Takeover In Egypt...

“The Morsi government has been a great disappointment to the people of Egypt, and to all who wish Egypt a successful transition to responsive, representative government under the rule of law. He squandered an historic opportunity, preferring to govern by fiat rather than work with other political parties to do what is best for all Egyptians. Egypt’s military leaders say they have no intent or desire to govern, and I hope they make good on their promise. In the meantime, our law is clear: U.S. aid is cut off when a democratically elected government is deposed by military coup or decree. As we work on the new budget, my committee also will review future aid to the Egyptian government as we wait for a clearer picture. As the world’s oldest democracy, this is a time to reaffirm our commitment to the principle that transfers of power should be by the ballot, not by force of arms.”

http://www.leahy.senate.gov/press/_-com ... -egypt----

Ironic because we were the ones that sent hundreds of Tanks and billions of dollars already to Egypt. :yell:
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