Terrorism is commonly defined as violent acts (or threat of violent acts) intended to create fear (terror).
Once again the events in Egypt does not allow to me plan in advance my article; I’m still where I was 3 weeks ago in my study on Terrorism in history, I need to know when and where was the first terror act, but recent terrorism acts around Egypt attract my attention.
Today attentions are directed towards Libya events! ISIS that is abbreviation on “Islamic State Iraq Syria” is in Libya should we call them then ISISL? News spread of Libyan army taking over control in places then few days later we hear the terrorists took over control in other places, and who is suffering in the middle Egyptians of all kinds! Poor Egyptian people on the borders are being attacked, taxi drivers can not operate as usual, deliveries transportation tangled not to talk of people who in the hunt of their daily bread had to leave their families and homes and were either killed or kidnapped just for being Egyptian, and among them the Christian Egyptians are the best prey and reward, they are to be executed! Last week contradictory news of 21 Christian Egy
It is no secret that everyday a new tragedy happens. We hear about this heartbreaking news over and over again. We have a nice dinner, and it's ruined with tragic news. We go out to a movie, and feel like we've lost our desire to have fun because of the situation we are in now. It seems all hope and joy is everyday destroyed by news of innocent people dying, or crazy psychos killing. When will this end? The problem is, realistically, the answer seems like "never."
Because of the hopelessness of the above question, I am pushed to wonder, should we seek outside help for our current situation? Ok, now listen. The first thing we think about is how the US destroyed Iraq when they intervened. We must remember that the US had ulterior motives, they wanted that oil that Iraq had. Also, don't forget that, yes we pretty much hate the West, but there are so many other countries out there with the resources, and perhaps new ideas to rid us of our dilemma.
His name is Brett Evans, a coworker of mine. He was full of happiness and worrying as well. I asked him, what’s wrong? He showed me a photo of a dog that he has just received as a present, and said I’m just worried about being responsible of such living creature. This was about his dog.
Now, we understand that human beings are responsible before the law, and if they do something against the law, they are usually prosecuted. Yet, people are sometimes killed for small mistakes, even before they are prosecuted.
After the execution of the Jordanian pilot by ISIS, the Jordanian authorities responded by the execution of two terrorists Sajida Rashawy and Ziad Karbouli. This made the Egyptian public opinion wonder: Why many terrorists have not been yet executed in Egypt including the terrorist Habara who confessed he had killed Egyptian soldiers in Arish massacre in Sinai? Does the authorities wait for a new deal with the Muslim Brotherhood on the Sadat-style in 1972, which led to the return of the Brotherhood to attack leftist and Nazarenes. Later, the constitution was amended to state that Islam is the religion of the state, which gave the Islamists the constitutional legitimacy.
As we experience a difficult time in Egypt with many conspiracies aiming to destroy the Egyptian army that became a savior, not only for Egypt, but also for the gulf countries. Additionally, the Egyptian armed forces stand as an obstacle before the implementation of the Zionist plans to divide and destroy the Islamic and Arab countries for the benefit of Israel.
We have watched the most horrific video by ISIS burning POW Jordanian Pilot Muath Al-Kassasbeh. Soon, many reactions came out and many people were affected by it. However, all of us may forget about the most abominable thing seen by many people.
The history of terrorism is a history of well-known and historically significant individuals, entities, and incidents associated, whether rightly or wrongly, with terrorism. Scholars agree that terrorism is a disputed term, and very few of those labelled terrorists describe themselves as such. It is common for opponents in a violent conflict to describe the other side as terrorists or as practicing terrorism.
The Ex-Member of the NDP, Ahmad Ezz, announced recently that he intends to suggest himself as a candidate for the next parliamentiary elections. You can rest assured this step is a step in the direction back to the old regime and corrpution again.
Egyptians made a revolution against corruption and now we can see corruption and corrupted people begin to appear again. Egyptians made a revolution against this regime and now we can see this regime returning in a new form. All Egyptians are asking now what is the point of the revolution if we back to same faces and the same corruption?
If I judge al-Zahar, supporter of Hamas, I find out that he has lost his mind. He went crazy after hearing the judgment by Egyptian judiciary to name al-Qassam Brigades a terrorist organization. It’s indeed a terrorist faction as it plans to spread chaos in Egypt and kill the Egyptians. Such ruling came to reveal a fact that you acknowledged months before when you decided to stop all hostilities against Israel. You forgot that there is no difference between hostilities and terrorist acts. Egyptian judiciary only repeated a fact stated by your president Mohamed Morsy.
I do wonder when al-Zahar says that only loser armies provoke hostility with Hamas. In fact, there are no loser armies more than Hamas and Hizbolah. Perhaps he meant the Turkish army, which crushed under the Egyptian army feet since Muhammad Ali Pasha, the great, and was defeated by several European armies as well. Perhaps he meant the Qatari army, which I do not know if it exists or the Qatari royal family depends entirely on American bases.
President Sisi returned from Addis Ababa to lead the country in facing the repercussions of the terrorist attack that horrified Egypt and its people as well as the armed forces causing many victims from army and civilians.
Now, Egypt is mourning her dear children and is more determined to face this terrorism. Yes, we know that our war with terrorism won’t come to an end so soon. There is a big difference between a war with a normal enemy and terrorists who hide to attack without having respectful rules or standards.
Egypt’s Prime Minister couldn’t find better representatives for the people in Mataria except for sponsors of terrorism, who killed the Coptic child Mina Maher, and held a meeting with them. Therefore, from now on, I don’t consider the office of Egyptian Prime Minister until another person comes to the office. He is hardworking, but a great unsuccessful with the most failure police all over the world.
In the meeting, the killers demanded new mosques in order to spread more fanaticism in the region, and also police cars to protect them. I really don’t understand why they need protection. I can only imagine they need to secure arms deals. Police can do this job since they can’t arrest those killers.
Having seen what happened on 25 and January 26, 2015, I mean too much sabotage, bombs, destruction and killing of 23 people including the child Mina Maher. The Muslim Brotherhood has been doing this for 4 years. This destruction costs too much and affects the economy and stability too badly.
I was planning to write an article on Terrorism in general, where it started how and when? Was the terror attack on the World Trade Centre of September 11, 2000 the beginning or just the most famous one, and was it a real attack or a CIA plan to demolish Iraq, then Libya and Syria but the recent attacks on the Egyptian Army in Sinai changed my plans.
Anybody who has a right mind, or a "good head" on their shoulders would i'll ask the same question, "what is going to happen next?" We have witnessed the destruction of our beloved country by the hands of the Muslim Anybody who has a right mind, or a "good head" on their shoulders would i'll ask the same question, "what is going to happen next?" We have witnessed the destruction of our beloved country by the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood. It is not just us has to face tragedy. Look at Libya, Syria, Canada, France. Our livelihood as a nation has been forever changed because of the animalistic acts of Islamic fanatics.
Each year at the week of Christian Unity, we see many people who love our lord Jesus Christ. However we don’t expect to reach Christian unity so soon, we know that love can achieve such unity.
This was stated by Pope Francis in the presence of Pope Tawadros when he said that dialogue and love can achieve full unity between Christian churches. He added that such unity may complete through the holy cross, studying the holy bible and prayers.
National Egyptian police and army are facing an international plot to topple the country into chaos and divide it like many other countries in the region. America aim to direct terrorists from all over the world to Egypt by plans implemented by traitors, murderers and terrorists from Turkey, Qatar, Hamas and Hezbollah
January 25 will remain milestone and a major turning point in the history of Egypt, even if many people refuse to name it a revolution and even a conspiracy.
Millions of Egyptian people demonstrated in the streets proving the popularity and credibility of the revolution. It has great effect on all levels including religion that it led to the end of the religious era in Egypt, where religion dominated all aspects of Egyptian life since the mid-seventies. President Sadat encouraged the religious currents in Egypt aiming to eliminate the leftist, communists and Nasserites, pleasing to the American party.
At the anniversary of the conspiracy and set back of January 25, 2011, Egypt has found out the great conspiracy of the Muslim Brotherhood and the American Administration that aimed to divide and destroy Egypt. We found out that many Egyptians were wronged and falsely accused of killing the demonstrators. Former president Hosny Mubarak, his sons and his Minister of Interiors. After months of trial, all of them were acquitted.
Yes since ever a King dies and a successor assumes powers, no one but God lasts forever!
This week is full of events I would like to quickly point to them but in the near future with God’s permission will be writing full articles about!
Death of a King
I live –as a guest so far- in a Kingdom that long time ago to get my second nationality I had to swear loyalty to that crown, and even without searing not intending to betray any human being King, governor or even from the common people. Queen Elisabeth while in a trip in Africa climbed a tree as a princess, when she come down
It has been four years since the revolution of 2011. Looking back at all this time, I couldn't help but wonder, was it all worth it?
Egypt has endured crazy tragedy, violence, and heartache since that day of the revolution on January 25, 2011. my issue is, I am one of those people who believe, perhaps mistakingly, that the January 25 revolution was not a revolution of the citizens of Egypt, but a hijacked revolution of Islam.
Before you were quick to judge me, think about it. After the initial protest in Tahrir, numbers were dwindling, and spirits were falling. Of course, leave it to that pesky Muslim brotherhood to come in and give false promises and use bribery to get what they want.
Libya has recently witnessed series of heinous crimes, including the kidnapping of 24 Coptic Christians who were in their way back to Egypt or at their homes. It was not a mere coincidence that all of them belong to the province of Minya. This came days after a Coptic family was brutally killed in Libya as well by fanatics.