Egyptian President Fattah al-Sisi Takes The Lead – Calls On International Community To Respond To ISIS – Italy and Russia Agree To Assist….

In response to the killing of 21 Coptic Christians in Libya Egypt’s President Fattah al-Sisi has called for the international community to join in a united response.

In the leadership role which would normally be filled, or at least bolstered by a determined U.S. President, Egypt’s al-Sisi has asked the United Nations Security Council to convene and organize a response to “an active terrorist threat”. Sisi was visiting with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on the same day that Pope Francis condemned the attack calling the victims “Christian Martyrs”.

“Today I read about the execution of those twenty-one or twenty-two Coptic Christians. Their only words were: ‘Jesus, help me!’ They were killed simply because they were Christians.”


Italy’s Renzi and Egypt’s el-Sisi appeared together and spoke at length about the need for a united international community to accept the face of the enemy and engage with strong force to eliminate the growing threat. The Egyptian presidential spokesperson Alaa Youssef relayed the details of the diplomatic conversation between Renzi and Sisi.

Renzi affirmed his country’s support and willingness to assist with Egypt’s ongoing efforts.  Three days ago, Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said his country was ready to join a U.N-led force to combat “an active terrorist threat”.  Following that statement Renzi called Monday for the United Nation Security Council to send a United Nations-led “mission” to Libya as fast as possible.

President al-Sisi also received a call from Jordan’s King Abdullah II who offered his personal and national condolences after the mass execution. It’s no coincidence that ISIS is trying to lure Jordan and Egypt into escalating conflict. Both King Abdullah and President al-Sisi are the primary regional leaders who stand in the way of ISIS achieving it’s goal.  ISIS is trying to establish a severe Islamic Caliphate throughout the majority of the Middle-East.

To get the objective discussed amid an international platform Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shokry flew Sunday night to New York. His intentions are to hold meetings with United Nations Security Council (UNSC) officials discuss the ways of organizing a coalition and striking back against the terror threat of ISIS.

putin and el sisi 2Additionally the Kremlin Press are reporting that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov also made a phone call to Egyptian Minister Shoukry as he was leaving for New York to express condolence and support for the Egyptian initiative. The Kremlin also reported that Russia’s President Putin outlined support directly to al-Sisi:

“The president of Russia reiterated that the Russian side is ready for closest cooperation possible in the fight against all aspects of the terrorism threat”.

It was only a week ago when Vladimir Putin was in Egypt to affirm economic and military support for President al-Sisi.

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32 Responses to Egyptian President Fattah al-Sisi Takes The Lead – Calls On International Community To Respond To ISIS – Italy and Russia Agree To Assist….

  1. justfactsplz says:

    It’s going to take a strong coalition to stop ISIS. World leaders all know America cannot be trusted or a useful part of a coalition at this time. Don’t you just know Obama is ticked with Putin and Italy? What Obama is putting on the table, Congress needs to not pass. It won’t work. Obama will not identify the enemy. He is the enemy.

    Liked by 7 people

  2. czarowniczy says:

    Putin was in Egypt formalizing a ‘package’ that’s been a few years in the making. Russian delegates have been in Egypt for a long time schmoozing the government and al-Sisi’s been a prime schmoozee since before his ascended to office. I’m betting that the Russians were one of – if not THE – prime supplier of targeting intel to the Egyptian AF as the Russians have had continual eyes, ears, boots and intel folks on Syrian soil for decades before ISIS was a glimmer in a moderate rebel’s eye. They are trying to save Assad, and barring that save their influence in Syria. What a perfect fit – they have their prodigal Egyptian military folks do their dirty work, increasing Egypt’s (and theirs by proxy) status in the area, Egypt decimates the main threat to Russian presence in Syria and Russia can go in to Syria later cloaked in the righteous light on UN permissions. Russia then secures the eastern end of the Med and flanks the Saudis with its newly found Turkish bros, while Turkey and Egypt sort of balance each other off and also deal with that itchy little Chinese issue on the Suez and Arabian Sea.
    Just sayin’ – it’s all too convenient. Let’s ask America’s smartest man, Barack, and see what he has to say…

    Liked by 4 people

    • John Galt says:

      Obozo’s too busy golfing to realize that he’s failing again.

      Liked by 1 person

      • pspsst says:

        His handicapp is 45 and score card always 99 or something just under 100. Erasing and watching his golf foursome look the other way keeps him occupied


      • AdukeLAXobserver says:

        Maybe failing us is his goal.


      • czarowniczy says:

        To paraphrase on of my favorite military sayings: “I don’t think he could pour pee out of a boot with explicit instructions printed on the heel'”

        Liked by 4 people

      • peppie says:

        Barack Hussein Obama (Barry) knows exactly what he’s doing. Barry by his continuous actions proclaims himself as a proud Radical Muslim Extremist! Barry has done nothing to slow the advancement of the Islamic State. You might say his drone program. ( And you would be shouting your ignorance to the nations!) How does the Islamic State FLOURISH while it’s “leaders” are being assassinated? First of all it’s a secret program and we truly don’t know who Barry is targeting. With the rate of expansion/influence of the Islamic State it makes more sense that Barry is using the drone program to go after moderates. I don’t know that but do the results of the drone program seem to have destabilized the Islamic State? You might say that Barry had Anwar al-Walaki assassinated. I would submit to you that the over riding opportunity to kill an American CITIZEN without a trial was entirely to much for Barry to pass up. Once al-Walaki was able to establish his recruitment program and get it up to speed he became expendable. Wake up America! There is a RADICAL MUSLIM in charge at the White House!!! Who does nothing to stop Muslim Extremist. Look at Barry’s actions. He knows exactly what he’s doing.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      No doubt. Putin to the rescue. We are at Peak Corruption here in the USA.


    • Aslan's Girl says:

      I’ll be happy if this strategy helps Assad. Christians in Syria all say they would rather him in power than the alternative. He at least allows them to be Christian. Plus, he has no beard and wears a SUIT.

      Liked by 1 person

      • czarowniczy says:

        Yeah but Turkey wants him gone and a Suinni-based government in – he may well be the big bargaining chip Putin plays to get teh Turks in his court


    • smiley says:

      Russian rubles & Egyptian pounds are maybe more ….plausible.. than us dollars ?

      selfie has stabbed el sisi in the back (MB)..Egypt won’t forget that, nor should it.
      what will turkey do ?


      • czarowniczy says:

        Russia and Iran are working overtime to destroy the US Dollar as the defacto valuation for oil in the international market and I believe el Sisi sees the writing on the wall. He can be the big player in Egypt and Egypt can be one of the Big Three in North Africa/Mideast if he plays ball with Russia. Russia’s in his backyard and DC won’t even invite him to pool parties never mind let him sleep over. Turkey’s the biggest military kid on the block (in the non-Israeli world) with Egypt a close second after Russia modernizes and pumps it up. They’ll also form a nice counterbalance to Iran if Iran decides to pull ‘ ‘Russian’ on Russia. The POtuS is still playing ‘Go Fish’ while Putin’s playing high-stakes Texas Hold ’em.


    • smiley says:

      czar…another question re Russia…do you think Russian military can defeat a NATO presence (say, in EU) w/out a US military back-up/presence for NATO ?


      • Col.(R) Ken says:

        Are your talking about an all out war, gloves off, or limited war? What are the political goals of the USSR, or EU? Location, Location, Location.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        If Russia made a massive sneak attack – maybe. France and England have nukes but would they use them? It would take Russia a while to get its military **** together and the preparations would be very noticeable, perhaps giving the NATO Stooges the time to mount a defense – especially as Russia would have to roll through their old Bloc countries who’d not be too appreciative of their presence and would give them hell on the way in, out and through. Thing is though – Russia doesn’t have to – go here: and look at the network of Russian gas lines leading into Europe. Why wpould Russia even think about invading Europe when it supplies it with the majority of its natural gas. All Russia has to do is turn off a few valves and – foof – Europe’s industry and home heating grinds to a halt. Why invade when you already own it?


  3. kinthenorthwest says:

    Obama is probably too busy trying to figure out how to twist this so he can get arms to the Muslim Brotherhood, and call Egypt a bunch of Terrorists


  4. Aslan's Girl says:

    Interesting that Putin is offering help… people who promise peace from the land of Gog & Magog must be looked at with eyes on prophecy…

    Liked by 1 person

  5. rashomon says:

    I enjoy men who know how to wear a dark blue suit with a burgundy tie. Same goes for women in a black or dark grey suit. The shirt should accentuate their skin color. The face…oh well.

    “What Everybody is Saying” by Joe Navarro


  6. Dirk The Impailer says:

    The US has the most impotent president that we have had since Jimmy Carter. Instead of leading the world in fighting against this pure evil, he is pulling his best impersonation of Neville Chamberlain cowering before Hitler.

    Appeasement of evil has never worked and never will. But Obama has never tried to hide his love and respect for Islam, and I honestly believe that he just can’t believe that his brother Muslims are capable of the evil that he sees with his own eyes more and more every day. Sort of his own version of “rose colored glasses” where the Muslims are concerned.


    • smiley says:

      and he CIC he has discretionary power to do so under emergency conditions for an ally….w/out Congressional approval.
      snake in the grass.


  7. rmnewt says:

    Obama is rumored to just be an anti-colonialist, so the US has withdrawn and now stands as far back as possible to watch barbarism across the world like we’ve not seen in our generation.

    On the other hand,
    – he has acted to overthrow Mubarak and support the Muslim (sorry “Arab”) Spring where fortunately the Egyptian people and military retook their country back. So now we standby and watch.
    – he acted to overthrow Qaddafi in Libya and how’s that going.
    – he didnt act in Iraq, or did we? Oh, we did by supplying Sunni extremist to fight in Syria and now they are called IS. Nice.
    – and Yemen, we’re unsuccessfully out of there now.

    By intent or default, the US is taking sides and its still uncertain if its on the side of good or evil. Does it seem like we’re siding with Iran over Israel and are we fully supporting Jordan and Egypt over ISIS? Heck we cant even identify what the “I” represents in ISIS/ISIL/IS. “Are we proud to be an American” today?


  8. davidfarrar says:

    Obama should be working on a UN motion authorizing Sunni Muslims countries around the world to wage war against ISIS, and certainly, and to limit non-Muslims only the authority to protect their own citizens when threatened by ISIS, and in support of Sunni Muslim countries in their war against ISIS through equipment access and air power.


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