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« on: January 27, 2011, 11:29:53 AM »


The wife of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and their son Gamal, considered the successor to his father as president, have fled to London with 97 suitcases after unprecedented massive protests in Egypt, an Arab website reported.

The plane also carried Gamal's daughter, the Akhbar Arab website reported. It also said a Twitter account was blocked to prevent a social network campaign to urge the ousting of Mubarak, who is over 80 and is reportedly is suffering from cancer.

Egypt Tottering? Mubarak's Wife & Heir Apparent Reportedly Flee Cairo For London...


American MSM ignoring this...of course Israel National News has the story...

Meanwhile Jpost plays two-handed poker with "Officials in Jerusalem concerned not that Mubarak is in danger, but whether eventual successor can withstand similar challenges."

Ok, habibi, I get it: "We know he's going, we don't want to admit it out loud, and we will be really freaked if some crazy muslims takes over..."
This is a real serious event. YET MSM all over it.........../huge sarcasm.

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Losing Egypt?


“An earthquake has shaken the region.”

The above headline from an Israeli newspaper describes with unfailing accuracy the pivotal events now taking place in the Middle East. In Egypt, the Arab world’s largest and most populous country of more than 80 million, massive demonstrations involving tens of thousands of people began on Tuesday in what was billed as a “Day of Anger” and are continuing despite a ban by a very rattled government. Smaller protests are likewise occurring in Jordan, Libya, Morocco and Algeria. The domino effect so feared by Middle Eastern strongmen after Tunisian protesters chased their president from power earlier this month after a 24-year rule may soon become reality in Egypt.
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« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2011, 11:42:01 AM »

Its apparently a fact that all of the "moderate Muslims" were as corrupt as possible.

With Obama failing to give Mubarak any vocal support at all, it encourages the uprising even more.

The Muslim Brotherhood might very well control Egypt pretty soon.

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« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2011, 12:48:03 PM »

Egypt has been a tightly controlled revolution waiting to happen.  An unstable Egypt presents serious problems for peace in the Middle East.  Israel should be sharpening their spears right now, for Egypt in the wrong hands means only one thing....WAR!

Of course, a Muslim president would be silent, for quietly, he would welcome this.  Don't be fooled any longer, he accomplished what he wanted, and hasn't been back to a Christian church since.  So, get real.  Once a Muslim, always a Muslim.  No one lives their first 30+ years and becomes a Christian who is in the political arena, unless he is in the USA and has his target sights set for bigger things.

Egypt falling into the wrong hands is something worth our attention.  Come on CIA, get busy.
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