Monday, August 26, 2013

  • Monday, August 26, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
Egyptian media is reporting that popular and influential TV preacher Amr Khaled has issued a fatwa, on a leaked video, for the Egyptian army to kill Muslim Brotherhood members.

He said that battling the Brotherhood is even more important than fighting the Jews. How much stronger could he have phrased it?

Khaled said that the Muslim Brotherhood members do not deserve to live in Egypt.

His words were understood to mean that he advocates killing the MB demonstrators, although his clarification afterwards seemed to indicate he was talking about the jihadists in the Sinai.

Then again, Khaled is just part of that huge Jewish conspiracy to make Arabs hate each other. Al Resalah today reminds its readers that "there is fire everywhere and the beneficiaries are the Jews."

Speaking of, here's a cartoon that shows a little of the latter mentality, although it makes a bizarre assumption that the IDF is more scared of the Egyptian army than vice-versa:

"AAAAAH...we can sleep tight... The Brotherhood is fighting the Egyptian army instead of us!"

(h/t Ibn Boutros)

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