Rut Roh – Egyptian Jihadi Groups Plan Protest in Cairo Today at French Embassy….

(Via MEMRI.org)  Several Islamist and jihadi groups have called for a demonstration outside the French embassy in Cairo, in protest over France’s campaign against jihadis in Mali. The demonstration is slated to be held January 18, following Friday prayers. The groups, which include the General Islamic Movement (Al-tayyar al-islami al-’am), a coalition of Islamist groups; the Hazem Abu Isma’il Ultras; and the Salafi-jihadi movement, have issued their calls via their Facebook pages, among other venues.

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Indeed, the Hazem Abu Isma’il Ultras, a group of fanatical fans of the Salafi presidential candidate Hazem Abu Isma’il, issued an invitation to the demonstration on their Facebook page, specifying that is purpose was “to lift the siege from our brothers in Mali and stop the global crime committed against the Muslims there.” The demonstration is set to begin with a procession from a mosque in Giza nearby the French embassy.

The statement accompanying the invitation to the event on Facebook read: “My brothers, I bring to you the good news of the application of Islamic law in Mali, with the grace of Allah, by your brothers in northern Mali… This has infuriated the West, led by France and the U.S…  (read more)

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25 Responses to Rut Roh – Egyptian Jihadi Groups Plan Protest in Cairo Today at French Embassy….

  1. Sharon says:

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-01-17/us-drones-boots-arrive-mali

    U.S. military trainers are expected to arrive in West Africa this weekend to train local military forces to fight Islamist insurgents including those now battling French and local government troops in Mali, State Dept. spokeswoman Victoria Nuland says in Washington.

    U.S. now providing intelligence, airlift to French troops fighting insurgents in Mali

    No U.S. troops to operate in Mali; U.S. barred from providing direct assistance to Mali military

    So on one hand the US is barred from providing direct assistance, but on the other, US trainers are… providing direct assistance?

    But why? Well, take a quick look at the map of French “military assets” in Mali.

    OK…this one you gotta click through…go look at the map of Mali…and then read what follows.

    Why does stuff like this happen every time the progs have authority in our nation’s business?

  2. ctdar says:

    Well that would be a spot to drop something from the air…..

    • canadacan says:

      The beginning of World War 3 the fight over Africa’s. resources. The French have a ton of military supplies Nearby all Ithey eed to do is fall into Islamic hands. A lot at stake. need more advisors. 1 of my fathers many books when he was growing up was called Boy Scouts at Warsaw. now we have frat boys at fill in the blank

  3. Arkindole says:

    And, let’s not forget that the Benghazi bump in the road was prompted by trouble in the oil fields–Stevens was working on that problem while gun running in the background with the CIA crew. The animal’s tactic has always been to cause trouble in the oil fields then demand actions on their demands. It’s always about oil. Always the same stimulus/response.

    • howie says:

      Keep an eye out for Obama letting go The Blind Shiek. The one that was the first bomber of the trade center. He might have some kine deal that was related to Benghazi. Now this new kidnapping.

  4. Knucklrdraggingwino says:

    Since I am one of the people who have niether forgotten or forgiven the French betrayal in Iraq as well as their role in inciting the Arab Spring that overthrew Mubarak who had been a keybally for decades and Daffy Gadaffy whose surrender had alerted us to Pakistan’s nuclear prostitution, I can only hope that the demonstration outside the Feench embassy moves inside the French embassy some that all of the Poodles can experience the same “compassion” that the surviving Coptic Christians now endure at the hands of the Islamic radicals. With any luck, the French will be intimately introduced to bayonets just as Daffy Gaddaffy was.

  5. Sherpa1 says:

    Rather the French then us. RIP Ambassador and the heroes of Benghazi.

  6. brocahontas says:

    This study paints a picture of “right wing terrorists” and is being taught at West Point.

    http://www.ctc.usma.edu/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/ChallengersFromtheSidelines.pdf

    • lovemygirl says:

      They mention people who support traditional values, pro-life Christian groups, smaller government,pro-Second Amendment, pro-State rights etc. as potential terrorists? I remember Kagan worrying about returning Vets.

      Couple this with the AG looking into what other dangerous groups might have slipped through on the “no Gun List” under Obama’s EO and things are getting scary.

    • lovemygirl says:

      p 17
      While liberal worldviews are future- or progressive -oriented, conservative perspectives are more past-oriented, and in general, are interested in preserving the status quo.

  7. Parisian says:

    Good time to diminish their size…
    Ley them protest…

  8. Sharon says:

    Meanwhile, they’re checkin’ off the boxes in Algeria….

    http://www.france24.com/en/20130118-liveblog-hostages-remain-algeria-bp-gas-in-amena-france-mali-military

    Mauritanian ANI news agency says militants are demanding the release of “Blind Sheikh” Omar Abdel Rehman, mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center bombings, and Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist serving sentence for attempted murder. Both are in US prisons.

    It’s all good. Don’t worry. Hillary’s got it all under control. Haven’t seen Teh Won anywhere on the issue, but HIllary’s got it.

    If you’re an Islamic terrorist looking to smear some more “Gotcha!” on King Obama’s face, it’s very good indeed.

    And then there’s this:

    http://www.france24.com/en/20130118-french-army-mali-islamists-better-equipped

    French troops’ initial clashes with Islamist militants in Mali have shown that the desert fighters are better trained and equipped than France had anticipated before last week’s military intervention, French and other U.N. diplomats said.

    Aw, gee. Who saw that coming.

  9. Sharon says:

    Some background from a few days ago:

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-war-on-mali-what-you-should-know/5319093

    We have one goal. To ensure that when we leave, when we end our intervention, Mali is safe, has legitimate authorities, an electoral process and there are no more terrorists threatening its territory.” [1] (wonder how that’s working out for the French?)

    So this is the official narrative of France and those who support it. And of course this is what is widely reported by the mainstrem media.

    France is supported by other NATO members. US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta confirmed that the US was providing intelligence to French forces in Mali. [2] Canada, Belgium, Denmark and Germany have also publicly backed the French incursion, pledging logistical support in the crackdown on the rebels. [3]

    Wonder how that’s working out for the French…”intelligence from the US”….is sort of a useless phrase these days, isn’t it…our leadership is useless beyond belief and our SEALS are being eliminated…

  10. howie says:

    Watch Obama and the Blind Shiek.

    • WeeWeed says:

      Ummm-hmmmm. That one’s overdue.

      • howie says:

        During the Benghazi fiasco there were a lot of rumors that it was a set up to trade the Ambassador for the blind shiek. But the Ambassador died when the 4 dead heros intervened against orders. Now here we go again. What do they want…The Blind Shiek. Coincidence? If Obama gives him up????? Nahhh. Could not happen here.

  11. Sharon says:

    http://lonelyconservative.com/2013/01/romneys-comment-about-mali-doesnt-seem-so-silly-or-off-topic-now/

    During the foreign policy debate Mitt Romney brought up how places like Mali have become hotbeds of terrorism. Of course, he was mocked viciously by the left. I guess it wasn’t so funny after all, now that Americans and others have been taken hostage in Algeria over France’s military actions in Mali

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