Christianity and Islam agree that believers should be polite and not curse or insult others. Yet, many Muslims and Christians ignore such basics and rules. Moreover, some people think that insulting the opposes of president al-Sisi is the best way to support him and prove their loyalty!
Sisi lovers insulting his opposition
Mina M. Azer
Article Of The Day
Thursday ,27 November 2014
In fact, I believe the best way to express ones love to al-Sisi is by being a serious opposition for him and put his mistakes under the spot. Some artists refused the statement of actor Khalid Abul Naga, in which he invites al-Sisi to step down as he couldn’t eliminate terrorism in Egypt.
The insults of many people to the artist were so painful and dirty. Tawfik Okasha, anchor at Faraain private television, severely insulted Abul Naga in order to prove his love and support to al-Sisi. In fact, Okasha doesn’t love al-Sisi, but his position. On the other hand, Abul Naga doesn’t hate al-Sisi, but out of his love to Egypt, he tried to motivate the presidnt to fight terrorism and eliminate it as soon as possible.
This same view was expressed by prominent writer Wahid Hamed in his interview with al-Masry al-Youm newspaper. He also invites president al-Sisi to step down if not able to carry the heavy legacy in his office.
Hamed, loves al-Sisi and appreciate him like many Egyptians do, but this doesn’t mean to insult his opposition like what happened with Abul Naga.
Finally, loving al-Sisi is different from loving Egypt. We should stop defaming our homeland and insulting our president by attacking his opposition this dirty way.