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Unlike Al-Sisi, Obama doesn’t blame all his country’s problems on terrorism

Unlike Al-Sisi, Obama doesn’t blame all his country’s problems on terrorism

President Al-Sisi, a second rated general that headed the military intelligences for years, the accidental hero who toppled the first civilian elected president in Egypt through a courted military revolution. Wasted no time to consolidated his power, eliminated all oppositions, committed massacres and was celebrated for it, imprisonment, mass execution, dominating all branches of powers including Media. Under the banner of war on terrorism he can do no wrong, in spite of blunders after blunders, fake mega projects, self aggrandizing espoused by his propaganda machine, keeps blaming countries problems on brotherhood and terrorism. Al-Sisi who came to prevent Egypt from becoming Syria, where in fact, what AL Sisi has done is preventing Egypt from becoming Tunisia. In contrast president Obama went on limp and admitted that tourism is not the biggest problem that America is facing, it is domestic violence and guns.

In America, there are no laws to force media to follow government party-line narrative or version of the story, unlike Egypt. This is not perfect but, at least theoretically, readers and viewers will decide for themselves which version to believe. The first amendment prohibits any laws that infringe on freedom of expression. Following the …

In America, there are no laws to force media to follow government party-line narrative or version of the story, unlike Egypt. This is not perfect but, at least theoretically, readers and viewers will decide for themselves which version to believe. The first amendment prohibits any laws that infringe on freedom of expression.

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My conversation with Egyptian Ambassador to US, Mohamed Tawfik

Hassan let my nephew go file

 

More than 40,000 political prisoners are detained in Egyptian jails as a result of politicizing the justice system.
My nephew, Hassan, has been detained for more than two years–away from his family, friends and familiar places.
Please sign MoveOn petition to release all political prisoners in Egypt.

http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/let-my-nephew-go

Thank You
Ahmed tharwat
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my special thanks to Egyptian Ambassador
Mohamed Tawfik

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