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Date: Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 4:21 AM
Subject: Dark Days in Egypt
To: Jill Abrahamson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To New York Times Editorial Board
We pray to God to enlighten you and give you some practical guidance as your piece Dark Days in Egypt appearing in 22 Dec 2013 is a “fantastical” misrepresentation of facts and a total misleading of your readers. That is why we are posting this message and also sending it to 5000 plus of your remaining readers.
Egypt is not ruled by “military dictators” as the NYT continues to harp. It is ruled by a Supreme Court judge acting as interim president and a civilian government comprising many of Egypt’s best leaders.
The fact that you the NYT and US government seem to be panicking of Morsi being brought to trial to face charges seems to not be only strange but you seem to be worried that something comes out of his testimony. Mubarak held well. Do you fear Morsi will speak out?!
There is no self inflicted paranoia and violence as you say what you “don’t” want to recognise is the following facts and until you do, you will remain misguiding your readers:
The Moslem Brotherhood which you don’t mention once in your piece is a terrorist organisation focused on making Egypt a fascist theological state. Egyptian’s said no and will not allow that to happen.
The human rights organisations that are not licensed and are receiving funding from abroad to support illegal protests are unlawful and will be confronted by Egyptian law.
Egypt’s national security will not be compromised. Not under pressure of any country or misguided media.
When the Brotherhood -your friend Morsi ruled- he brought Egypt to its knees.
GDP growth went from 7.5 pct to less than 1%.
Egypt’s credit rating was down graded 6 times in the one year of Morsi”s rule.
During Morsi”s rule, Egypt’s external debt increased by 33% thanks to his borrowing heavily from Turkey and Qatar.
Morsi banned 25000 Egyptian’s from travelling because of their anti brotherhood writings, articles, tv interviews, etc and not one peep from the NYT !!!
Morsi usurped by presidential decree executive, legislative and judiciary powers and railroaded a constitution taking Egypt down the path of a theological state and not a peep from the NYT !!!
Morsi gave 5600 Hamas fighters Egyptian nationality by presidential decree.
Morsi pardoned the brother of the leader of Alqaeda and the killers of president Sadat.
In mosri’s one year he sent fuel to Hamas and allowed shortages to happen in Egypt and brown outs to come back to Egypt’s cities once again which had never happened since 1967.
Morsi clamped down on culture, academic freedom and women’s rights and not a peep from the NYT!!!
Morsi supported girls to be married at the age of 10 !!! NOT a peep from the NYT!
Morsi fired the top echlons of the police and military and installed his people not realising that his and the Brotherhood’s multiple atrocities made the leaders of the police and military succumb to the 30 million Egyptian’s that came out in the streets on June 30, July 1,2 and 3 legitimising a “public impeachment” of a fascist leader and a terrorist organisation.
The US Senates approved legislation is not a support to Egypt. It is a process to make Egypt’s future relationship tied to the White Houses criteria and subjective assessments.
Egypt is a Nation that will not succumb to a terrorist group. Egypt will not be a theological state. Egypt will not be threatened by external countries wanting to undermine Egypt’s sovereignty. Egypt was a Nation State before many on this earth and will be after many disappear.
Egypt will regain Law and Order and vote on its modern civil constitution and elect a parliament and a President. Egypt will not be intimidated by your misleading editorials.
NYT, Egypt will have very Sunny Days as soon as it cleans up the Moslem Brotherhood’s dark clouds.
Signed by Egyptian American Community
Hoda and family
Rashed Abdel Atty
Chris and Susan Fletcher
Ahmed Mohamed Badran
Samira and Hoda Alayouty
Osman M Marzouk
Abdel Moniem and family
Mahmoud Serag Eldine
The DeMarco family
Hassan Sameh Sabry