This 2010 video has emerged of Egypt’s new Muslim Brotherhood President, Mohammed Morsi, revealing his true feelings for the State of Israel, Jewish and Christian people – and the Palestinian/Israeli conflict over the Gaza Strip. Some may argue that it’s not a brand new video, but there’s no way this guy has changed much, if any, from this state of hatred toward other groups of people in such a short amount of time.
In the interview, Morsi calls on Palestinians to resort to “all forms of resistance” including violence against those he referred to as apes and pigs in the video – the Jews and Christians in Israel.
“These blood-suckers who attack the Palestinians, these warmongers, the descendants of apes and pigs … there is no place for them on the land of Palestine,” Morsi said
Egypt’s pro-Islam/pro-Sharia Law president called the peace process an illusion and said negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians must completely stop once and for all.
He also said Muslims and Arabs should “besiege the Zionists wherever they are” and drive them out of their countries.
You of course remember Morsi, the “hero” who flew into the middle of the last Israeli/Palestinian conflict a few months ago and “brought peace” by calling off his Hamas goons. Morsi is PRO PALESTINE, because Palestine is led by an armed body of people who are members of Morsi’s clubhouse: Hamas, and according to the Hamas Charter, they are the Muslim Brotherhood in Palestine.
This is a country the United States is in the process of sending huge amounts of heavy iron armaments to. Later this month, the new government in Egypt is scheduled to begin taking delivery of 10 F-16 fighter jets and 200 Abrams tanks – courtesy of U.S. taxpayers – a $213 million dollar deal signed when American ally Hosni Mubarak was still president there but now a deal which will see a huge buildup of “Made in the USA” arms in the hands of a man who apparently, according to his own words, wants to wipe a neighboring country and her citizens from the face of the earth.
The deal has already been approved by Congress and could only be rescinded by President Obama, which is highly unlikely, since it was Obama’s “recognition” of The Muslim Brotherhood in late June of 2011, using the political influence of President of The United States, which influenced the election there and secured a narrow victory for Morsi.
By contrast, Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have suffered through what amounts to the worst 4 years of relations between the U.S. and Israel in history.