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  • saudi Arabia imperialism for satanAllah [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] Likely to lose constitution vote, Egyptian Christians gird for long struggle. Protesters outside the Egyptian presidential palace on Dec. 7 (Photo: Mohamed El Dahshan / Creative Commons) Religious freedom will have to be won within Islamic system of laws Cairo, December 14 (World Watch Monitor) — Politically connected Christians in Egypt give credit to the Muslim Brotherhood for one thing: they can win elections. The Brotherhood got 13 million ordinary Egyptians, many of them poor, rural and illiterate, to the polls in June to vote for their presidential candidate, Mohamed Morsi.
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    saudi Arabia imperialism for satanAllah [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] Governing has been a different matter. "What is helping us today is that the Muslim Brotherhood and political Islam are not always clever," said Hassan Ismail, secretary general of the Egyptian Union of Human Rights Organizations. He has been networking among Christians, moderate Muslims and secularists to assemble a political counterweight to the more numerous supporters of the Brotherhood and the fundamentalist Salafis. "Average people are starting to be against them because they don't see anything helping them," Ismail said, passing a sultry autumn afternoon at a Cairo café table. "Our bet is on the stupidity of the Muslim Brotherhood."
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    saudi arabia imperialism for satanAllah [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] Since the January 2011 revolution that toppled former President Hosni Mubarak, economic growth has slowed and Egypt's unemployment rate has been running at 12 percent. Prices are up by 20 percent, and likely would be higher if not for the central bank's raid on its foreign cash reserves to prop up the value of the Egyptian pound. Textile workers and doctors alike have staged walkouts for higher wages. Tourism is moribund. The day after he was enthroned, new Coptic Pope Tawadros II said he and Egypt's 10 million Christians would reject the proposed constitution, drafted by a committee dominated by Islamists, if it retained language establishing a religious state.
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    saudi arabia imperialism for satanAllah [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] "The Muslim Brotherhood, they don't know politics. Every day they provide us with proof," said Dr. Ehab El Kharrat , a psychiatrist, member of Egypt's upper house of Parliament, and a Christian member of the country's constitution-drafting committee until he walked out in protest. "They are not the underdog any more. Now they are making one mistake after another." This was the view several weeks ago, when growing public exasperation with the impotence of the Morsi government appeared to open a plausible path for Christians to secure some space for themselves alongside Egypt's widely popular Islamist political movements.
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    [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] But it also was before Morsi made his late-November lurch for power with a series of decrees -- since rescinded -- that expanded his authority and shielded him from court oversight. It was before he ordered the committee drafting the constitution, already deserted by frustrated Christians and the object of widespread protests, to finish the job in a single night, and scheduled a popular vote for Dec. 15. Cairo streets filled with tens of thousands of protesters, and with even more Morsi supporters, in sometimes violent confrontations. Tanks lined up in front of the presidential palace. In the streets, the dividing line has become a largely religious one: The Brotherhood and Salafis on one side chanting in support of Islam and majority rule;
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    saudi Arabia imperialism for satanAllah [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] and opponents on the other chanting in support of a constitution without religious preferences and that protects minorities. Article 2 of the proposed constitution establishes Islam as the state religion. "Principles of Islamic Sharia are the principal source of legislation," it states. Article 219 spells out those principles as "general evidence, foundational rules, rules of jurisprudence, and credible sources accepted in Sunni doctrines and by the larger community." Article 44 outlaws blasphemy. Now that the national vote is nigh, ordinary Christians told World Watch Monitor through an interpreter that their way forward likely will be a longer, harder grind under a system of laws tilted against anyone who is not Muslim.
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    [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] "The result will be fraud and the Brotherhood will win," said Meshel Gerges, 30, a Catholic electrical engineer. "Nothing will happen for us as Christians after the ratification of the constitution in the short term. But I think after two years they will get rid of their enemies," Gerges said. "The church will face persecution and they will not allow us to build churches." Meriam Hana Wadeaa, a 32-year-old industrial manager and a Coptic Christian, said "we will see bad days" under the constitution. "Life will be pitched," she said. "Everyone is scared and don't know what they do (except) pray to God to save us from this nightmare quickly."
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    saudi arabia imperialism for satanAllah [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] "The constitution is not appropriate for us as Christians because the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafis are the majority who wrote the constitution," said Sameha Ibrahem, a 45-year-old cleaning worker and Coptic Christian. "My feelings toward it are a very intense fear for my children and the country." The mutation of Egypt's revolution against a dictator into a sectarian struggle troubles Mohamed El Dahshan, a Cairo-based economist and policy adviser. "Painting society as a pro-Islam vs. anti-Islam binary choice isn't a political dispute -- it's a civil one," El Dahshan blogged Monday for Foreign Policy Magazine. "Because there isn't a region, a street, a family where people don't disagree about politics; if this kitchen table conversation is transformed into one about faith, then we're lost.
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    saudi arabia imperialism for satanAllah [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] And the damage will reach all the way to the deepest threads of the society that we love to compare -- mostly thanks to a Christian minority that throws in some diversity -- to a complex, tightly woven tapestry." Giving voice to El Dahshan's fear, several Christians who spoke with World Watch Monitor said talk of leaving Egypt for good is common in their church congregations. Among his young church peers, 25-year-old teacher Michel Rauof said there are worries the approval of the constitution will make a bad economic situation worse, and that the unemployed will simply be forgotten. "Many think of emigration, but there is no way to emigrate," he said through an interpreter.
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    [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] Though they are likely to come out on the short end of Saturday's constitutional referendum, Egypt's 10 million Christians will not be left completely empty-handed. "If this constitution were allowed, there are natural and legitimate channels to make the objection of people and organizations," Dr. Reverend Safwat Al-Bayaadi, head of the Anglican Communion in Egypt, told World Watch Monitor through an interpreter. "And we will do so, but the church does not call for disobedience. We'll look for ways and legitimate channels for objection and request for reconsideration. However, we reject disobedience." A Christian history professor in Cairo, speaking anonymously to protect his position, said believers will have little option but to confront injustices directly, and loudly.
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    saudi rabia imperialism for satanAllah [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] "The oldest and best way is continuing our resistance and exposing it to the whole world," he said. "Go publicly to the international society, while resisting on the inside." "We are preparing ourselves for a long, long struggle and battle with Islam," the professor said. "What is happening with Islamists in the streets is one part of that. We win some of these small battles. We have some of the rights we fought for." Even if Christians have run out of time to gather the votes needed to reject the proposed constitution Saturday, the professor said they continue to win converts to the cause of religious freedom for Egypt.
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    saudi rabia imperialism for satanAllah [Islamists extreme threat of death for all mankind] "The number of people refusing political Islam is increasing every day," he said, "and this is encouraging us that maybe we will be victorious in the future." NOTE TO REA




Rischia di perdere voto costituzione, i cristiani egiziani per cingere lunga lotta
I manifestanti al di fuori del Palazzo presidenziale egiziano il 7 dicembre
I manifestanti al di fuori del Palazzo presidenziale egiziano il 7 dicembre(Foto: Mohamed El Dahshan / Creative Commons)
La libertà religiosa dovrà essere vinta all'interno del sistema islamico di leggi
 I cristiani in Egitto Politically connessi dare credito ai Fratelli musulmani per una cosa: si possono vincere le elezioni.La Fratellanza ha ottenuto 13.000.000 egiziani ordinaria, molti dei quali poveri, rurale e analfabeta, alle urne in giugno a votare per il loro candidato alla presidenza, Mohamed Morsi. direttivo è stata una cosa diversa."Quello che ci sta aiutando oggi è che i Fratelli Musulmani e l'Islam politico non sono sempre intelligenti ", ha detto Ismail Hassan, segretario generale dell'Unione egiziana di organizzazioni dei diritti umani. E 'stato messa in rete tra i cristiani, i musulmani moderati e laici per assemblare un contrappeso politico ai sostenitori più numerosi della Fratellanza e dei fondamentalisti salafiti. "I media stanno iniziando ad essere contro di loro, perché non si vede nulla aiutarli," Ismail ha detto, il superamento di un afoso pomeriggio d'autunno a un tavolino di un bar del Cairo. "La nostra scommessa è sulla stupidità dei Fratelli Musulmani." Dopo la rivoluzione che ha rovesciato 2011 gennaio l'ex presidente Hosni Mubarak, la crescita economica è rallentata e il tasso di disoccupazione in Egitto è in corso al 12 per cento. I prezzi sono in crescita del 20 per cento, e probabilmente sarebbe stato più alto se non per il raid della banca centrale sulle sue riserve di liquidità estera di sostenere il valore della lira egiziana. Lavoratori tessili e medici hanno organizzato scioperi per salari più alti. Il turismo è moribondo. Il giorno dopo fu posto sul trono, nuova copto Papa Tawadros II ha detto che lui e in Egitto 10 milioni di cristiani di respingere la proposta di Costituzione, elaborato da un comitato dominato dagli islamisti, se mantenuto lingua, che istituisce uno stato religioso. "I Fratelli Musulmani, che don ' so politica. Ogni giorno ci forniscono la prova ", ha detto il Dott. Ehab El Kharrat, uno psichiatra, membro della Camera alta del Parlamento egiziano, e un membro cristiano del paese costituzionale redazione comitato fino a quando non uscì in segno di protesta. "Non sono il perdente più.Ora stanno facendo un errore dopo l'altro. " Questa è stata la vista qualche settimana fa, quando cresce esasperazione pubblico con l'impotenza del governo Morsi sembrava aprire un percorso plausibile per i cristiani per garantire un po 'di spazio per se stessi, i movimenti islamisti egiziani molto popolari politici .Ma era anche prima Morsi ha fatto il suo fine novembre guai per il potere con una serie di decreti - in quanto abrogata - che si è espansa la sua autorità e al riparo da lui supervisione giudiziaria. E 'stato prima che ha ordinato il comitato di redazione della Costituzione, già abbandonata dai cristiani frustrati e l'oggetto di proteste diffuse, per completare il lavoro in una sola notte, e programmato un voto popolare per 15 dicembre. Cairo strade piene di decine di migliaia di manifestanti, e con ancora più sostenitori Morsi, a volte in scontri violenti. Serbatoi in fila di fronte al palazzo presidenziale. Per le strade, la linea di demarcazione è diventata in gran parte religiosa: La Fratellanza e salafiti su un lato cantando a sostegno dell'Islam e regola di maggioranza, e gli avversari, dall'altro canto a sostegno di una costituzione senza preferenze religiose e che protegge le minoranze. articolo 2 della proposta di Costituzione stabilisce l'Islam come religione di stato. "Principi di Sharia islamica sono la fonte principale della legislazione", si legge. Articolo 219 enuncia tali principi come "prova generale, le regole fondamentali, le regole di giurisprudenza, e fonti credibili accettati dottrine sunniti e dalla comunità più ampia". All'articolo 44 sulla blasfemia fuorilegge. Ora che il voto nazionale è vicina, i cristiani comuni detto World Watch Monitorare attraverso un interprete che il loro futuro sarà probabilmente più a lungo, più duro macinare nell'ambito di un sistema di leggi inclinate nei confronti di chi non è musulmano. "Il risultato sarà la frode e la Fratellanza vincerà", ha detto Meshel Gerges, 30, un cattolico ingegnere elettrico. "Non succederà nulla per noi come cristiani dopo la ratifica della costituzione a breve termine.Ma penso che dopo due anni che permetterà di eliminare i loro nemici ", ha detto Gerges. "La chiesa si troveranno ad affrontare la persecuzione e non ci permetterà di costruire chiese." Meriam Hana Wadeaa, a 32 anni, dirigente industriale e un cristiano copto, ha detto "vedremo giorni cattivi" sotto la Costituzione."La vita sarà acuto ", ha detto. "Tutti sono spaventati e non sanno quello che fanno (eccetto) pregare Dio di salvarci da questo incubo in fretta." "La Costituzione non è appropriato per noi, come cristiani, perché i Fratelli Musulmani ei salafiti sono la maggioranza che ha scritto il Costituzione ", ha detto Sameha Ibrahem, di 45 anni, operaio di pulizia e cristiana copta. "I miei sentimenti verso di esso sono una paura molto intensa per i miei figli e il paese." La mutazione della rivoluzione egiziana nei confronti di un dittatore in un confessionale lotta problemi Mohamed El Dahshan, una con sede al Cairo economista e consigliere per la politica. "società pittura come un professionista -Islam vs anti-Islam scelta binaria non è una disputa politica - è un civile, "El Dahshan blogged Lunedi per la rivista Foreign Policy. "Perché non c'è una regione, una strada, una famiglia in cui le persone non sono d'accordo di politica, se questa conversazione tavolo della cucina si trasforma in uno di fede, poi ci siamo persi. E il danno arriverà fino alle più profonde fili della società che amiamo di confrontare - in gran parte grazie a una minoranza cristiana che getta in qualche diversità - di un complesso arazzo fitta ". Dare voce alla paura El Dahshan, il più cristiani che hanno parlato con World Watch Monitor detto parla di lasciare l'Egitto per il bene è comune nelle loro congregazioni ecclesiastiche. Tra i suoi coetanei Chiesa giovane, 25 anni, insegnante di Michel Rauof detto che ci sono preoccupazioni l'approvazione della costituzione farà una brutta situazione economica peggio, e che i disoccupati saranno semplicemente dimenticati. "Molti pensano di emigrazione, ma non c'è modo di emigrare", ha detto attraverso un interprete. Anche se è probabile che uscire sul lato corto del referendum costituzionale di Sabato, Egitto 10 milioni di cristiani non saranno lasciati completamente a mani vuote. "Se questa costituzione è stato permesso, ci sono canali naturali e legittimi per rendere l'eccezione di persone e organizzazioni," il Dott. reverendo Safwat Al-Bayaadi, capo della Comunione Anglicana in Egitto, ha detto World Watch Monitor attraverso un interprete. "E lo faremo, ma la chiesa non chiama per la disobbedienza. Cercheremo modi e canali legittimi di opposizione e richiesta di riesame. Respingiamo, tuttavia, la disobbedienza. " Un professore di storia cristiana al Cairo, parlando in forma anonima a proteggere la sua posizione, ha detto che i credenti non hanno molta scelta, ma per affrontare le ingiustizie direttamente, e ad alta voce. "Il modo più antico e meglio è continuare la nostra resistenza e di esporla alla tutto il mondo, "ha detto. "Vai pubblicamente alla società internazionale, resistendo al suo interno." "Ci stiamo preparando per una lunga, lunga lotta e la battaglia con l'Islam", ha detto il professore. "Quello che sta accadendo con gli islamisti per le strade è una parte di questo. Vinciamo alcune di queste piccole battaglie. Abbiamo alcuni dei diritti che hanno combattuto per. " Anche se i cristiani sono a corto di tempo per raccogliere i voti necessari per respingere la proposta di costituzione Sabato, il professore ha detto che continuerà a vincere convertiti alla causa della libertà religiosa per l'Egitto. "Il numero di persone che rifiutano l'Islam politico è in aumento ogni giorno ", ha detto," e questo ci sta incoraggiando che forse saremo vittoriosi in futuro. "




Likely to lose constitution vote, Egyptian Christians gird for long struggle
Protesters outside the Egyptian presidential palace on Dec. 7
Protesters outside the Egyptian presidential palace on Dec. 7(Photo: Mohamed El Dahshan / Creative Commons)
Religious freedom will have to be won within Islamic system of laws
Cairo, December 14 (World Watch Monitor) — Politically connected Christians in Egypt give credit to the Muslim Brotherhood for one thing: they can win elections. The Brotherhood got 13 million ordinary Egyptians, many of them poor, rural and illiterate, to the polls in June to vote for their presidential candidate, Mohamed Morsi.

Governing has been a different matter.

“What is helping us today is that the Muslim Brotherhood and political Islam are not always clever,” said Hassan Ismail, secretary general of the Egyptian Union of Human Rights Organizations. He has been networking among Christians, moderate Muslims and secularists to assemble a political counterweight to the more numerous supporters of the Brotherhood and the fundamentalist Salafis.

“Average people are starting to be against them because they don’t see anything helping them,” Ismail said, passing a sultry autumn afternoon at a Cairo café table. “Our bet is on the stupidity of the Muslim Brotherhood.”

Since the January 2011 revolution that toppled former President Hosni Mubarak, economic growth has slowed and Egypt’s unemployment rate has been running at 12 percent. Prices are up by 20 percent, and likely would be higher if not for the central bank’s raid on its foreign cash reserves to prop up the value of the Egyptian pound. Textile workers and doctors alike have staged walkouts for higher wages. Tourism is moribund. The day after he was enthroned, new Coptic Pope Tawadros II said he and Egypt’s 10 million Christians would reject the proposed constitution, drafted by a committee dominated by Islamists, if it retained language establishing a religious state.

“The Muslim Brotherhood, they don’t know politics. Every day they provide us with proof,” said Dr. Ehab El Kharrat , a psychiatrist, member of Egypt’s upper house of Parliament, and a Christian member of the country’s constitution-drafting committee until he walked out in protest. “They are not the underdog any more. Now they are making one mistake after another.”

This was the view several weeks ago, when growing public exasperation with the impotence of the Morsi government appeared to open a plausible path for Christians to secure some space for themselves alongside Egypt’s widely popular Islamist political movements.

But it also was before Morsi made his late-November lurch for power with a series of decrees – since rescinded -- that expanded his authority and shielded him from court oversight. It was before he ordered the committee drafting the constitution, already deserted by frustrated Christians and the object of widespread protests, to finish the job in a single night, and scheduled a popular vote for Dec. 15.

Cairo streets filled with tens of thousands of protesters, and with even more Morsi supporters, in sometimes violent confrontations. Tanks lined up in front of the presidential palace. In the streets, the dividing line has become a largely religious one: The Brotherhood and Salafis on one side chanting in support of Islam and majority rule; and opponents on the other chanting in support of a constitution without religious preferences and that protects minorities.

Article 2 of the proposed constitution establishes Islam as the state religion. “Principles of Islamic Sharia are the principal source of legislation,” it states. Article 219 spells out those principles as “general evidence, foundational rules, rules of jurisprudence, and credible sources accepted in Sunni doctrines and by the larger community.” Article 44 outlaws blasphemy.

Now that the national vote is nigh, ordinary Christians told World Watch Monitor through an interpreter that their way forward likely will be a longer, harder grind under a system of laws tilted against anyone who is not Muslim.

“The result will be fraud and the Brotherhood will win,” said Meshel Gerges, 30, a Catholic electrical engineer.

“Nothing will happen for us as Christians after the ratification of the constitution in the short term. But I think after two years they will get rid of their enemies,” Gerges said. “The church will face persecution and they will not allow us to build churches.”

Meriam Hana Wadeaa, a 32-year-old industrial manager and a Coptic Christian, said “we will see bad days” under the constitution.

“Life will be pitched,” she said. “Everyone is scared and don’t know what they do (except) pray to God to save us from this nightmare quickly.”

“The constitution is not appropriate for us as Christians because the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafis are the majority who wrote the constitution,” said Sameha Ibrahem, a 45-year-old cleaning worker and Coptic Christian. “My feelings toward it are a very intense fear for my children and the country.”

The mutation of Egypt’s revolution against a dictator into a sectarian struggle troubles Mohamed El Dahshan, a Cairo-based economist and policy adviser.

“Painting society as a pro-Islam vs. anti-Islam binary choice isn't a political dispute -- it's a civil one,” El Dahshan blogged Monday for Foreign Policy Magazine. “Because there isn't a region, a street, a family where people don't disagree about politics; if this kitchen table conversation is transformed into one about faith, then we're lost. And the damage will reach all the way to the deepest threads of the society that we love to compare – mostly thanks to a Christian minority that throws in some diversity – to a complex, tightly woven tapestry.”

Giving voice to El Dahshan’s fear, several Christians who spoke with World Watch Monitor said talk of leaving Egypt for good is common in their church congregations.

Among his young church peers, 25-year-old teacher Michel Rauof said there are worries the approval of the constitution will make a bad economic situation worse, and that the unemployed will simply be forgotten. “Many think of emigration, but there is no way to emigrate,” he said through an interpreter.

Though they are likely to come out on the short end of Saturday’s constitutional referendum, Egypt’s 10 million Christians will not be left completely empty-handed.

“If this constitution were allowed, there are natural and legitimate channels to make the objection of people and organizations,” Dr. Reverend Safwat Al-Bayaadi, head of the Anglican Communion in Egypt, told World Watch Monitor through an interpreter. “And we will do so, but the church does not call for disobedience. We'll look for ways and legitimate channels for objection and request for reconsideration. However, we reject disobedience.”

A Christian history professor in Cairo, speaking anonymously to protect his position, said believers will have little option but to confront injustices directly, and loudly.

“The oldest and best way is continuing our resistance and exposing it to the whole world,” he said. “Go publicly to the international society, while resisting on the inside.”

“We are preparing ourselves for a long, long struggle and battle with Islam,” the professor said. “What is happening with Islamists in the streets is one part of that. We win some of these small battles. We have some of the rights we fought for.”

Even if Christians have run out of time to gather the votes needed to reject the proposed constitution Saturday, the professor said they continue to win converts to the cause of religious freedom for Egypt.

“The number of people refusing political Islam is increasing every day,” he said, “and this is encouraging us that maybe we will be victorious in the future.”
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    14/12/2012. U.S., massacre at an elementary school: At least 27 deaths, including, 20 children, aged, 5 and 10 years. it could, perhaps: be prepared, by Satanists (secret service), such as: 11-09, as, all other massacres, but. in any case, the goal you want to achieve, is to: disarm: deprive, the people, deprive the people of weapons .. Because the current political class knows to be illegal. but, disarm The People: It is very dangerous, in our false: institutional arrangements: of the banking seigniorage: Corporations Rothschild, Enlightened Jewish of: his agenda: IMF NWO, that is, which is worse: it can be done! We can not violate the Constitution written by our fathers, even, also in this point, as has already been violated: in many ways about the political sovereignty, and, in the first place in violation of monetary sovereignty!