July 12, 2011 - "Mubarak's regime feels Obama is pushing the advancement of the Muslim Brotherhood
towards U.S. interests," mentioned WND's Jerusalem bureau chief and senior reporter Aaron Klein. "They are genuinely attempting to realize why Obama is seemingly championing the anti-program protests."
Klein stated that a leading Egyptian diplomat with whom he has developed a rapport over the last few years asked him before this week to describe Obama's motivation to assistance the opposition to Mubarak.
"I informed him none of this ought to be a shock," stated Klein, "that the Obama administration has designed an in depth romantic relationship over the last couple of years with allies of the Muslim Brotherhood.
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"That my looking into has verified that Obama has been carefully associated through his political job with radical-left factors who have extended petitioned for policies a lot of think are aimed at weakening the American enterprise each domestically and internationally."
"The Egyptian diplomat seemed amazed," stated Klein. "I instructed him this substance was totally documented in my newest book."
The diplomat asked for 20 copies of Klein's New York Times bestselling book investigating Obama, "The Manchurian President: Barack Obama's ties to communists, socialists, and other anti-American extremists."
The diplomat said he would supply the book, which was co-authored by Brenda J. Elliott, to senior officials in Mubarak's embattled authorities.
Obama in recent days urged Mubarak to give up power in Egypt, where the Muslim Brotherhood
varieties the main opposition.
Mubarak has been a staunch U.S. ally and a recipient of billions of dollars in military support. His program has lengthy been regarded a stabilizing force in the Arab entire world.
The Obama administration's assist for the unrest is strikingly reminiscent of Jimmy Carter's assistance of the Islamic revolution in Iran in 1979, which marked the birth of contemporary Islamist enlargement.
Some Muslim clerics are previously calling the riots in Egypt basically an extension of 1979's Islamist conquests.
"30-one years following the victory of the Islamic Republic, we are confronted with the apparent simple fact that these actions are the aftershocks of the Islamic revolution," said Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami, as noted by Iran's Radio Zamaneh. "The fate of people who challenge [our] faith is destruction."
Speaking of media and government leaders, Khatami added, "They want to highlight the labor, liberal and democratic troubles, but the most crucial issue, which is the spiritual streak of these protests, [is] getting denied."
The leader of Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood, Hammam Saeed, warned that the unrest in Egypt will unfold across the Mideast until Arabs succeed at toppling leaders allied with the United States.
"The People in america and Obama need to be losing sleep over the well-known revolt in Egypt," Saeed said at a sympathy protest held exterior the Egyptian Embassy in Amman. "Now, Obama must realize that the men and women have woken up and are ready to unseat the tyrant leaders who remained in power simply because of U.S. backing."
And on the Internet, the Middle East Media Research Institute
reports, distinguished Salafi cleric Abu Mundhir Al-Shinqiti issued a fatwa on the internet site Minbar Al-Tawhid Wal Jihad encouraging the protests in Egypt, proclaiming Islamist jihadis are now on the verge of a historic second, an "earthquake" he likened to the Sept. 11 attacks in New York City.
Obama pushes Egyptian 'reform'
According to a senior Egyptian diplomat speaking to WND, a former U.S. ambassador to Egypt, Frank Wisner, exclusively advised Mubarak on Tuesday the U.S. would not continue to help his rule and he need to phase down.
Several hours afterwards, Mubarak introduced he would not search for another term in office.
The Obama administration dispatched Wisner to Egypt last weekend to report to the State Department and White House a standard sense of the situation in the country.
WND broke the tale yesterday that the Egyptian government has details Wisner secretly fulfilled previously this week with a senior leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Issam El-Erian.
The Muslim Brotherhood
seeks to spread Islam about the world, in significant part utilizing nonviolent means. Hamas
and al-Qaida are violent Brotherhood offshoots. Muslim Brotherhood
declares war on U.S.
Distinguished U.S. commentators also have been declaring the Muslim Brotherhood
is a average organization and denying there is any Islamist plot to seize power.
Last Friday, President George W. Bush's former press spokeswoman, Dana Perino, instructed Fox News, "Do not be frightened of the Muslim Brotherhood
in Egypt. This has absolutely nothing to do with religion."
Bruce Reidel, a former CIA analyst and adviser to President Obama, wrote a Daily Beast article in which he claimed, "The Egyptian Brotherhood renounced violence years ago.