"Israeli" ambassador in Cairo has told a minister in the government of Egyptian
military putschists that the "people of Israel" consider general
Abdul-Fattah Al-Sisi, who organized a military coup, as a "Jewish national
hero". According to "Israel" radio, the ambassador rang the
agriculture minister Ayman Abu-Hadid to congratulate him on his new post and said,
"Al-Sisi is not a national hero for Egypt, but for all Jews in
"Israel" and around the globe".
is looking forward to the launch of new relationship with Egypt, said Yaakov
Amitai, as well as joint efforts in the "war on terror". His mention of
"terror" is understood to be an oblique reference to president
Muhammad Mursi's supporters protesting against the coup.
two elements agreed "on the resumption of the work of a "supreme
Egyptian-"Israeli" agricultural committee". Meetings of the
"committee" are held alternately in Cairo and Tel Aviv every six
the ringleader of the military putschists, the national hero for all the Jews
and "Israel" al-Sisi called on secularists and Christians to go out
on Friday to the streets to support the military coup and grant him a mandate
to suppress the voice of the masses protesting against the coup.
ask ... that next Friday, all honest and trustworthy Egyptians come out... Why
to come out? They come out to give me the mandate and order that I confront
violence and potential terrorism", said al-Sisi in a speech on Wednesday.
is clear that when al-Sisi was talking about enemies, he meant those who
support Mursi and the Mujahideen in Sinai who staged in July a record number of
attacks on military and police apostates stationed on the peninsula,
military and the police will defend the protests [of secularists] this Friday
in all the provinces", said al-Sisi, referring to secular groups.
Monday and Tuesday, the streets in Egypt were the zones of ongoing battles -
the clashes between the supporters and opponents of Mursi killed at least 13
people and injured dozens others.
people were killed by secularists on Tuesday when they attacked a sit-in by
Muslims outside the Cairo University. In the Al-Nahda area near the
university, at least 16 cars had been torched in the clashes, AFP reported.
to Al Jazeera, secularists fired on Wednesday at the crowd of Mursi supporters
in Cairo - at least 2 people were killed. Also in the area north of
Cairo, an enemy police station was bombed. It happened in the morning in
the city of Mansoura - a provincial capital of Dakahliya, injuring from 11 to
13 puppets. The puppet apostates were attacked by the bomb thrown from a
to the AP, over 200 people have been killed in clashes across the country just
in the last 20 days since the overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood government.
of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, Essam al-Erian, said that the call of
military ringleaders to "fight against terrorism" would not keep
Mursi supporters from holding protests.
threat will not prevent millions from continuing to gather against the
coup", he said.
to the media, the Brotherhood refused a junta's "reconciliation"
government of the military putschists failed to stop the bloodshed, daily
arrests of dozens of protesters, blocking the media and closure of TV
channels. What reconciliation are they talking about?", said the
former presidential candidate of the Brotherhood, Moneim Aboul Fotouh.
the opponents of the coup said that the statement of al-Sisi was tantamount to
"declaration of civil war".
the same time, the leadership of the Brotherhood disowned the explosion in the police station in
Mansoura. The supreme mentor of Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Badie, said his
movement was only using "peaceful means".
a radical secularist group Tamarud, or Lumberjack, announced its support for
the call of al-Sisi for the beginning of the massacre of Muslims in Egypt.
call on the people to take to the streets on Friday to support their armed
forces, which we support and are happy for it to play its role in confronting
violence and terrorism practiced by the Muslim Brotherhood", told the news agencies the secularists leader Mahmoud
Badr, whose gangs had been practicing terror and violence and already killed
dozens of Muslims.
sources of Al-Jazeera confirmed that after the call of the
military ringleader al-Sisi to massacre Muslims, the putschists were put on
high alert. In the next few hours, as expected, the army will be deployed
on the streets of all the provinces, and special attention will be paid to
Cairo and its neighbourhoods.
source claims that apostates will also begin operation against the Mujahideen