President of the German Bundestag and terrorism support

This article is written by Journalist Nashwa El-Hofy in Arabic language, published by elwatannews website on 20/5/2015, and translated in English language by Hey Egypt website, Eman Nabih. I followed up the president of the German Bundestag (German parliament), Norbert Lammert‘s declarations about his refusal of meeting president Sisi, during his visit to Germany on the 3rd […]
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Journalist claiming to work for NBC supporting ISIS and the beheading of Christians

A young man called Ahmed M Abaza, he claims that he is a journalist working for NBC. Living in Cairo and London. He wrote on his twitter account: “Isis should have put the 21 Copts Egyptians in cages and burn them alive instead of slaughtering them, because they are dogs and pigs and they deserve […]
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The rented wailers of Muslim Brotherhood, Steven A. Cook and Amy Austin Holmes

Steven A. Cook is a Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies at the Council of Foreign Relations. He wrote an article dated 19/9/2014 titled “Revisiting Rabaa” and he linked the Rabaa’s armed sit-in disengagement to Marshal Sisi’s attendance to the 69th session of United Nation general assembly. (Rabaa: Muslim Brotherhood armed Sit-In, disengaged by the Egyptian […]
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To Washington Post: Americans respect the press but don’t respect misinformation

Abigail Hauslohner, Cairo Bureau Chief for The Washington Post published an article on 3/5/2014 titled ” A town of rutted roads is one of Egypt’s most troublesome flashpoints“. Hey Abigail, Americans respect the press but do not respect misinformation. We the undersigned Americans find your article misinformed and false in its content and message. We are […]
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Our Dear Ignorant and Biased To Terrorism, Christiane Amanpour

Christiane, Your statements dated 26/3/2014 is a reflection of your complete ignorance or intended undermining of Egypt. Egypt is not divided. Egypt is united against terrorism. Egypt is united against the Muslim Brotherhood. CNN is a big supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood. Amanpour, you have been nothing except a voice against what is happening in […]
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Is Muslim Brotherhood Sharia Law Coming To UK and US?

Hey “free world” – Remember This: Harboring Terrorists Begets Terrorism. Remember it, As the Brotherhood shall come back to bite the countries that harbor it. In Egypt when Muslim Brothers reached power by deception and forgery, they first controlled all country’s joints, then they used terrorizing, oppression and committed crimes to force their own Sharia laws […]
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Participate in fighting hunger in Egypt

A group of Egyptian youth started a noble national initiative, and their goal is to fight hunger in Egypt. There are many Egyptian families who just throw their left over in the trash, and waste big quantities of food on a daily basis. The idea is very simple, as suggested by the Egyptian youth group. […]
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Michele Dunne Biased To Terrorism And Contempt Egyptians Free Will

Michele Dunne is an expert on political and economic change in Arab countries, particularly Egypt, as well as U.S. policy in the Middle East. Dunne’s recent articles about Egypt not only reflects a core misrepresentation of facts that we the signatories would like to bring to her attention, but she directly contempt and challenge the […]
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The World Will Pay A Heavy Price If Egypt Fails In Crushing Muslim Brothers Terrorist Organization

Peter Oborne the Daily Telegraph’s chief political commentator wrote on 8/1/2014 an article titled: ” We may all pay a price for the crushing of democracy in Egypt “! The following is the message addressed by many Egyptians to the Daily Telegraph among many messages sent to their Editorial Board and totally ignored! ———- Forwarded message […]
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Mr. Nabil Fahmi and the Qatari Quagmire. Welcome to my memoirs.

Born to glory and privilege to a family of top ranking diplomats and politicians. Like his father, Mr. Fahmi, Egypt’s foreign minister, made it, to the top of the diplomatic corps. Tell me Mr. Fahmi, How did it feel the very first moment you sat on that chair? Was it that long awaited instant of […]
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