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Egyptian President El-Sisi Calls to Reform Islam!

Postby CR » Thu Jan 15, 2015 10:04 am

Egyptian President El-Sisi Calls to Reform Islam!

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A wonderful article by Ahreeman and a bold move by President El-Sisi. Please review the article:


Egyptian President El-Sisi Calls to Reform Islam!
Ahreeman X
January 14, 2015

Folks, I came across some interesting news which you would not hear, see or read in the American Liberal Biased Media, because the Liberal Media is more like the Mouthpiece for the White House and acts as the State-run Media for the Obama’s Socialist Regime! Specifically CBS, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, CNN, and the New York Times do all act as the State-run Media. Sometimes the RT (Russian TV) and CCTV (Chinese TV) are more fair and balanced than the American Liberal Biased Media! You see, media like CNN would not report this news because it contradicts Obama’s rhetoric about:

* Islam Religion of Peace
* Al Qaeda is tamed
* West is winning the war on Terror
* Terrorists are on the run
* They are Terrorists and not “Islamist Terrorists”
* Multiculturalism and Lingualism works
* It is not Muslim World’s fault
* It is all America’s fault

So as long as the American Liberal Biased Media does not report the good news (actually they do not report any news but they create the news!), then we must do it! So here it goes ……

While world leaders like Hussein Obama (Closet Muslim) are in denial and refer to Islam as “Religion of Peace” and refuse to name the terrorists as “Islamic Terrorists”. One man stands up to his own people and say it like it is!
During these hard times that the Islamic leaders and the Islamic world is silent about the worldwide Islamic terrorism and murders, one man stood up, only one man stood up and broke the silence!

Abdel Fattah El-Sisi is that man.

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Re: Egyptian President El-Sisi Calls to Reform Islam!

Postby Shahrzad BB » Wed Mar 23, 2016 10:22 am

El Sisi is very brave and courageous to make a stand and keep on making a stand. We have to give him thumbs up.
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Re: Egyptian President El-Sisi Calls to Reform Islam!

Postby Nicholas Ginex » Sun Apr 03, 2016 10:50 am

Dear Catayoun,

Thank you for defining who the liberal media are, which includes many of our colleges and universities that are infected with liberal-minded professors. Instead of being proud of the U.S. for the freedoms that allow them to speak freely on any subject, they brain-wash our youth complaining about the spoon that feeds them.

The Liberal Media in the United States may be too embarrassed to admit that after supporting Obama for the past eight years that he may be the first Muslim-American president. Americans are slowly beginning to find this conclusion is true by Obama's support of Muslims and his facilitating the Obama-Iran Nuclear deal. An extremely poor deal which infused 150 billion dollars into Iran's economy even as Iranians shouted death to America and death to Israel.

It is very possible that Egyptian President El-Sisi would make a better president of the U.S. than our President Obama.
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Re: Egyptian President El-Sisi Calls to Reform Islam!

Postby Nicholas Ginex » Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:16 am

This morning I had the opportunity to view the talk given by Egyptian President El-Sisi. This is a man of vision who understands that the path the Islamic religion has taken will eventually lead to destruction of the Muslim people and perhaps, our world.

President El-Sisi has indicated that Islam's ideology must be revised to reflect the movement and thinking of people around the world who look to freedoms that allow them to reach their own God-given potential.

What imams, caliphs and mullahs have got to acknowledge is that Islam was developed by a man who was able to unite the Arabic tribal people to believe in one-universal God. That God was developed from the beliefs of the Judaic and Christian religions as verified in the many passages in the Qur'an. But this religion, developed, as was always, by men to better direct the morality of their people, was written for tribes of people who were in need of moral direction. Yes, the prophet Muhammad succeeded in teaching about the one true God, but his Companions, who eventually wrote and assembled the revelations of Muhammad, changed and corrupted the original beliefs of God.

The corrupted beliefs have been pointed out in the book, Allah, We, Our and Us, which is hosted on this website. The Qur'an was written by Muhammad's Companions two decades after his death in 632 CE. But the Qur'an has been written to further the power and wealth of the first four caliphs by conquering towns and cities of many countries; establishing an Islamic Theocratic Empire by 750 CE.

Today, we see that Islamic religious leaders continue to be infected with the passages of the Qur'an that incite terror, bigotry, violence, and the killing of innocent people who have religious beliefs other than Islam.

The Solution has been expressed by President El Sisi and that is a religious revolution that requires an update, albeit, a rewrite of the Qur'an to eliminate many of the abominable passages and emphasize the Word of God - Love One Another. This Solution has been advanced in both in Allah, We, our and Us and Obama, Islam and Benghazi, both available on IPC.
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Re: Egyptian President El-Sisi Calls to Reform Islam!

Postby CR » Tue Apr 19, 2016 6:39 am

Dear Catayoun,

Thank you for defining who the liberal media are, which includes many of our colleges and universities that are infected with liberal-minded professors. Instead of being proud of the U.S. for the freedoms that allow them to speak freely on any subject, they brain-wash our youth complaining about the spoon that feeds them.

The Liberal Media in the United States may be too embarrassed to admit that after supporting Obama for the past eight years that he may be the first Muslim-American president. Americans are slowly beginning to find this conclusion is true by Obama's support of Muslims and his facilitating the Obama-Iran Nuclear deal. An extremely poor deal which infused 150 billion dollars into Iran's economy even as Iranians shouted death to America and death to Israel.

It is very possible that Egyptian President El-Sisi would make a better president of the U.S. than our President Obama.


Mr. Ginex

You are exactly correct and on the spot. For 8 years Obama has betrayed the Iranian opposition, committed crimes against the Iranian Opposition, got Iranian Opposition killed in 2009 and finally backstabbed the Iranian opposition in 2015 by the infamous deal with IRI. Obama’s sympathy is with the Mullahs of Qom rather than freedom seeking Iranian opposition. That would truly align Obama’s allegiances with Mullahs, IRI and Islam and not with Opposition, Freedom and Democracy.

Obama did not only destroy USA and Iran but him and Hillary combine with their Arab Spring, destroyed the complete Middle East and set it in chaos.

El Sisi is a secular industrialist but Obama is a Muslim reactionary and anti industrialization and for sure pro blocking progress and industry by regulations, EPA and global warming fantasy. It is a no brainer that El Sisi would make a better leader not only for Egypt but also for USA! El Sisi is hands down 100 % better than Obama.

Thank you for your kind words and ideas in your e-mails and informing club posts in IPC.

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El Sisi Condemns UN Support of Erdogan Turkish Islamist Regi

Postby IPC » Fri Jul 22, 2016 6:39 pm

El Sisi Condemns UN Support of Erdogan Turkish Islamist Regime

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While Obama and Clinton as usual supported the Islamists and Islamist Regime of Turkey, El Sisi a true Secularist condemned UN Support of the Islamist Regime of Erdogan in Turkey by calling it Democratic.

The Irony

The True Secularist is a Coup Leader in Egypt El Sisi
The True Islamist Dictator is the Democratically Elected Erdogan in Turkey
Islam always uses democracy to gain power and then trashes it!


Recep Tayyip Erdogan has turned Turkey from a Secular nation to an Islamist Dictatorship. He has been in power since 2003 as the prime minister and the president. Now he is arresting and slaughtering the secular military leaders, judicial leaders and press. Naturally Obama – Clinton defend Erdogan like they defended Islamist President Mursi of Egypt and then Ahmadinejad by not supporting the Iranian Opposition in 2009.

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Egypt Blocks UN Security Council Condemnation of Coup in Turkey

Statement which urged all parties to 'respect the democratically elected government of Turkey' opposed by Egypt, which officials say argued that UNSC not in position to determine whether a government had been democratically elected.

REUTERS - The United Nations Security Council failed on Saturday to condemn the violence and unrest in Turkey after Egypt objected to a statement that called on all parties to "respect the democratically elected government of Turkey," diplomats said.

The U.S.-drafted statement also expressed grave concern over the situation in Turkey, urged the parties to show restraint, avoid any violence or bloodshed, and called for an urgent end to the crisis and return to rule of law.

Statements by the 15-member Security Council have to be agreed by consensus.

Diplomats, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Egypt argued that the UN Security Council was not in a position to determine whether a government had been democratically elected.

Egypt's mission to the United Nations did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Turkish forces loyal to President Tayyip Erdogan largely crushed an attempted military coup on Saturday after crowds answered his call to take to the streets in support of the government and dozens of rebels abandoned their tanks.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is a former general who overthrew elected President Mohamed Morsi, of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, in 2013 after mass protests against Morsi. Turkey provided support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

Some of Egypt's pro-army media jumped the gun in their reporting on the attempted coup in Turkey, declaring it a success and welcoming the overthrow of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

At least three newspapers ran headlines Saturday declaring that Turkey's army had overthrown Erdogan. But by the time their print editions came out, Turkey's government had largely succeeded in quashing the coup after a night of clashes that left dozens dead.
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