Mubarak Regime Orchestrated the Church Blast to Please USA &Israel

This uprising in Egypt has exposed the fallacy of a lot of arguments and political convictions and at the same time revealed new surprising findings.

DR. ASHRAF EZZAT: Mubarak Regime Orchestrated the Church Blast to Please USA &Israel
February 13, 2011 posted by Dr. Ashraf Ezzat

Revelations of the revolution

Egyptian revolution
There were considerable assurances that the Egyptians were not the revolting type and that politics was definitely not their favorite dish, there were beliefs that the Egyptian society was on the brink of a blood bath after a long history of sectarian violence between the Muslim majority and the Christian minority in the country and there were assumptions that the Muslim Brotherhood group enjoyed huge influence and support amongst Egyptians but this uprising proved all those assumptions wrong.
For decades the regime in Egypt has been keen on securing its iron grip on the country by means of deception. In doing so the regime has always resorted to creating a wicked and misleading scenario that was often utilized for domestic and international consumption. The wicked scenario targeted the westerners and also the Egyptians’ worst fears, the Mubarak regime simply convinced the west that if democracy and specifically free elections were to be allowed in Egypt, the Muslim Brothers-Al Ikhwan- would instantly jump to power in a similar way to what Hamas did in Gaza. This scary analogy and being deliberately oversimplified and misleading meant one thing to the US and EU diplomats and that is more probable threats and even more bombs on Israel.
On the domestic front, the Mubarak regime has abhorrently inflamed the sectarian congestion between some Copts- Egyptian orthodox Christians- and Muslims and even tried to politically exploit this sensitive issue to freak out the Christian minority and to guarantee their loyalty and support to the regime.
New insights into the latest bombing attacks on the Alexandria church which took place on the New Year Eve and killed 23 and wounded more than 90 innocent people are suggesting that the police apparatus of Mubarak has been covertly involved in the orchestrating of this hideous terrorist attack which at the time smelled like another Mossad operation carried out to serve Israeli interests which in a way it did.
False flag operation
abib Al-Adli, former Egyptian ministry of interior
Egypt’s general prosecutor on Monday 7, February opened probe into former Interior Minister Habib el-Adly’s reported role in the New Year’s Eve bombing of al-Qiddissin Church in Alexandria based on Leaked information from UK embassy in Cairo & Al Arabyia news channel [i] that suggested the deadly operation was a false flag [ii] intended to escalate the international fears of the activity of some Islamist group- Jundullah- which was blamed for the attack and supposedly related to Hamas in Gaza. Eventually this whole web of lies and spilled blood would be sold to the world as the doing of another al Qaeda’s affiliate located in the Egyptian-Israeli borderline; the thing that would have tightened the Israeli blockade on Gaza, justified the absurd American war on Bin Laden- style terrorism and certainly enhanced the credibility and reputation of Mubarak as strong ally to the United States and loyal friend to Tel Aviv.
No one could have imagined that this corrupt regime could go this far and steep this low as to kill its own people. The brutal and merciless police regime that has murdered hundreds of young men in the uprising and sent armies of thugs to intimidate the Egyptian citizens and protesters and to create a sense of chaos and instability is the very same regime that has been backed by American and European governments throughout decades to keep the so called stability of the region or in other words keeping the western borders of the Zionist regime of Israel safe and quiet.
The Mubarak regime has been corrupt in regards to his domestic and foreign policy which are hardly representative or reflective of the people’s demands and aspirations.
All the international parties who supported this regime knowing how corrupt it was are to be blamed for decades of political deception in the Middle East.
Truth has been obliterated in the Middle East political arena as corrupt policies were being implemented by corrupt regimes. Middle Easterns are not the pathetic terrorists the main stream media prefer to portray; they are people with rich and ancient culture who are only trying to struggle out of the dark ages of authoritarianism and dictatorship. The real terrorists are the dictators who create make-believe terrorism to subjugate the people everywhere.

Tragedy of Egypt Church blast
It is not fair to carry on under this global conspiracy of political deception; it’s not fair to recognize the Muslim and Arabic world as some large training camp for terrorists. It’s deeply troubling and rather humiliating to assess the friendship to the west of any Middle Eastern country by the capability of its repressive regime to prove cooperative in the so called countr-terrorism. After all, that’s what any police regime could do best or pretend for that matter. It is their area of expertise and the Egyptian church blast is one disgraceful example.
It’s absolutely not fair to lend all western unconditional support to Israel or the only real democracy in the Middle East as she likes everybody to infinitely believe so and at the same time stand aside and show the greatest standards of restraint when the neighboring countries to Israel are struggling to grasp their freedom and democracy back.
With the growing tide of democratization of the Middle East and with the return of politics to the street where Israel is most unpopular I wonder what other slogans Israel could use to sustain the western support and sympathy. Even more, what will be the Israeli reaction and the expected shift in strategy now that she has been closely watching its closest allies from the Arab leaders thrown out of Egypt in one of the most dramatic political scenes the Middle East has yet come to witness.

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