El-Sisi Calls for Unified Arab Response To Islamic Extremism – While The U.S. and Great Britain Work Against Him…

I make no attempt to hide my hopeful view of Egyptian President and Muslim leader Fattah el-Sisi.  I had given up believing in a modern secular Muslim leader, until we discovered el-Sisi

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Having watched and researched the entirety of the mid-East Islamist Spring from well before it even appeared on the horizon of Western interest, there was an overwhelming sense of dismay -albeit within a small circle- at a very predictable chain of events. 

As a direct consequence of President Obama’s 2009 efforts – by the end of 2011 things actually seemed hopeless.  Syria began their civil war; Bahrain was trying to stop one from starting; Iran had killed/jailed the freedom alliance (Green Movement); Tunis was in a state of turmoil; U.S. policy was destroying stability in Libya; Yemen was in crisis mode;  Saudi Arabia was pumping money into their citizenry to stop anxiety; and Egypt was being leveraged to the Muslim Brotherhood.

When you look at those events from the perspective of the average person, the family trying to do their best to give their kids a better life, things were beyond grim…. it wasn’t an “Arab Spring”, it was an Islamist Spring – and the dark forces of hate, pride, envy and anger all seemed to be relishing in the bloodshed…

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When you consider the humanity being destoryed, it genuinely seemed overwhelming and potentially hopeless.   Obama’s support for President Morsi in Egypt only made matters worse.  Christians were being crucified to trees on the street in front of Morsi’s state residence.  Horrific. 

Handout picture of al-Sisi kissing the mother of an army officer, who was killed during the recent Egypt uprising, during the graduation ceremony of a new batch of non-commissioned officers at the NCOs' Institute in CairoInto this madness came Egyptian General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who saw the majority in tears, heard the voice of the people and actually -at great risk to himself- put his own life on the line to lead a change in government. 

Few in the West even knew who he was.  Most of the media got him completely wrong.  He is by no means perfect, but what makes el-Sisi different is his servant mind, his humility to lead – his commitment to the minority, the legal and peaceful minority. 

Tentatively hope found a way to resurface.  Slowly, hour-by-hour, then day-by-day, then week by week.  Eventually, stability was restored.

While things are still tenuous, and there are rabidly evil forces who would love to see Sisi destroyed, many more people in the Western world are beginning to take notice.

al sisi military(Via Truth Revolt) Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, courageously leading the way to combat Islamic extremism, said on a national broadcast Sunday that Arab countries should create a joint military force to fight terrorist groups. El-Sisi said, “The need for a unified Arab force is growing and becoming more pressing every day.”  After 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians were beheaded, the Egyptian air force started bombing targets believed to be held by terrorists in the northeast Libyan city of Derna.

Rumors of a joint Arab military force comprised of Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait came to light recently, but Sisi’s statement was the first time the subject had been broached publicly. He said Egypt had received offers of support from Jordan and the UAE.

Also on Sunday, el-Sisi was joined in his perspective by Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb, the grand imam of Cairo’s al-Azhar University, Egypt’s most important Islamic institution, who said in Mecca that terrorists and extremists based their views on “misguided” forms of Islam.

The Gatestone Institute pointed out why el-Sisi’s relations with the Obama Administration have been poor: “The treachery of the U.S. Administration is the reason why Egypt’s faith in the United States, which is supposed to defend the Arabs against a nuclear Iran, has effectively evaporated … The Muslim Brotherhood knows that behind the scenes, U.S. President Obama supports the movement, especially the branch in Egypt seeking to overthrow President Sisi. This approval from the U.S. encourages the Muslim Brotherhood to be even more determined to subvert and undermine Egypt’s stability, sabotage its economic rehabilitation and destroy the el-Sisi regime.”

Gatestone continued, “It is possible, in fact, that U.S. policy is to weaken the Sunni world that is seeking to unite under el-Sisi’s flag of modernity. With European complicity, the U.S. Administration is trying to defraud the Arabs and turn the Israeli-Palestinian conflict into a center of Middle Eastern chaos, in order to hide the nuclear deal they are concocting with Iran.”  (read more)


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25 Responses to El-Sisi Calls for Unified Arab Response To Islamic Extremism – While The U.S. and Great Britain Work Against Him…

  1. justfactsplz says:

    Praying for AL-Sisi’s safety and that he will get a large coalition that he is seeking.

    Liked by 4 people

  2. Maquis says:

    I pray for El-Sisi and his goals. We have not seen his like since Sadat, and El-Sisi far surpasses Sadat in the scope of his goals and the courage required to pursue them.

    It infuriates me that my nation is undermining Israel and empowering the enemies of the West, indeed, of the entire World itself. Our lovely system of elections has cast us to and fro policy-wise and I doubt many nations will ever trust us again. Even if Zero is replaced with a good man, we are only one election away from the low-minded morons of America selecting another enemy on our slide to being another failed civilization.

    However I am thrilled with El-Sisi and do indeed pray for his success.


    • Roy says:

      “We have not seen his like since Sadat,”

      I will never forget the electric feeling I had watching the news report of Sadat’s plane landing in Jerusalem on Nov. 19, 1977.

      “When the visit was announced on Israeli radio, residents in Jerusalem took to the streets in celebration and were literally dancing in the streets.”
      “One woman remarked to the Jerusalem Post, “I saw on TV the landing of the moon – it was nothing compared to this.”

      How’s this for a dream team- Netanyahu and el-Sisi addressing Congress TOGETHER.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Eskie Mom says:

    Joining you, JFP. Where is America’s El-Sisi?

    Excellent, Excellent post, Sundance!

    Liked by 2 people

  4. lastConservinIllinois? says:

    I believe It is truly sad – AND VERY TELLING – that we are not giving Egypt any support at this time.

    As much as I despise the simplistic phrase “on the wrong side of history” i believe it definitely applies here.

    And i also believe that the only things keeping our current admin in place is the fact that so many people – citizens AND OTHERWISE – just do not pay attention.

    Where do i send donations to Egypt and Kurds. ?

    Liked by 1 person

  5. peppie says:

    Greta has just gone to a commercial break but when she comes back she is going to be talking about the Jessica Chambers case. Sorry I’m off topic.


  6. peppie says:

    Abdel Fattah el-Sisi ROCKS! Sure will be glad when spell check catches on.

    Liked by 1 person

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  8. JohnP says:

    Egypt has the largest army in the Mideast and Africa, 460,000+ active members and 1,000,000 reservists. If al-Sisi didn’t care about upsetting other Arab nations he could crush Libya like a grape. He wants a coalition to insure the Muslim Brotherhood doesn’t complicate things by supporting the Libyans. It’s a very wise move.

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    • lastConservinIllinois? says:

      It is a wise move.

      bY the way, F the muzz bro-hood.

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    • smiley says:

      he describes the bond between the Egyptian army to protect the Egyptian people as being “like the Pyramid”….indestructible.
      he is committed to protecting his country, and wants to somehow unify the Arab world..but he knows who has betrayed him.
      he is a wise leader.
      Putin seems to be stepping up now to fill the void we created by withdrawing our support for this ally.
      tragic set of circumstances.
      but : Prophetic.


  9. doodahdaze says:

    Why does any area under ISIS control still have electrical power and running water? They should be living in 7th century lifestyles. I am sure it could be arranged. They should be forced to ride Camels why do they still have gas for their trucks? The Obamic State is just ridiculous.


    • JohnP says:

      Arab warfare…..so the 250,000 civilians in and around Raqqah can still have a small semblance of life Raqqah gets 3 hours of power a day. The al-Assad Dam is in IS held territory but IS lets the Syrian government come in regularly to maintain it. Mosul has been under IS control for a year but every month Baghdad pays all the government workers in the city. Baghdad couldn’t get troops to Sinjar to fight IS, so instead they sent two muslim imams with $1.6 million dollars so the Yazidi could build an army.

      Did you ever see Lawrence of Arabia? If not watch it and then you won’t be surprised.


  10. Dixie Darling says:

    Sounds to me like they are calling Zero a traitor.


  11. waynestrick says:

    Iran to the doghouse and good on Egypt.


  12. aprilyn43 says:

    El-Sisi is a Muslim, but his mother was a Christian; there’s the difference and it’s also an answer to the massive Coptic Christian prayers that were said and are being said. Things are not perfect in Egypt, but God has made a way.


  13. cali says:

    Iraqi politicians have said the same as al-Sisi; the Syrian government as well has said the same as did Jordan, Saudi Arabia among other main players.
    They have known about the treachery of this president – even citizens of these country are aware.
    Many of us knew in advance – Obama’s speech in Cairo in 2009 – when her began underminding Mubarek by demanding the muslim brotherhood member sit in the front row while Mubarek and his cabinet were relegated to sit in the back rows.
    The rest is history – as we say!
    The Saudi King – before his death read barry the ‘riot act’ in laying out the betrayal – he in particular – of Saudi Arabia after going to bed with Iran. While barry and his entourage flew to meet the kind – the visit was cut short by the prince; he basically showed this president and his entourage the door – even cancelling the dinner. Barry flew back to DC – and seethed; the new king now in power is also aware of this betrayal. Not sure what his measures going to be.

    Jordan and Egypt have been repeatedly denied intelligence about ISIS – we all know why.


  14. In the “name of freedom of rights” the Arab nations create a joint military force to fight extremists who justify violence in the name of their rights.
    It is written in the words by the messenger Daniel…
    …” he (the last king of the north / his god of fortresses) shall also enter the glorious land and many countries shall be overthrown….he shall stretch out his hand against the countries and the land of Egypt shall not escape….also the Libyans ( from north Africa) and Ethiopians (from the land of Cush) SHALL FOLLOW AT HIS HEELS.”

    President Obama has proclaimed freedom of rights, freedom of religions, to be the light and righteousness of man and that it must be “taken”….and so people are protesting, fighting, and killing for it.
    And so all peoples, nations, and leaders are claiming “THEIR FREEDOM” to do what is right in their own eyes.
    And now the Egyptians, the Libyans, the Ethiopians, the Arabs, the Sunni Muslims, the Shiite Muslims have embraced this FREEDOM as their “god of fortresses / above their fortress” and are following on the heels of the king of the north, of the beast power that rules the earth with the image of FREEDOM.

    This FREEDOM dictates that it is RIGHT, a right, to be free to worship ANY ‘god’.
    …But the One Creator said that man is to worship Only Him, that man is not free to worship other ‘gods’ …for there is no other.
    …The Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the One Creator, said that it is written that man is to worship the One Lord your Creator and Him Alone to serve in obedience and love, love for Him first and foremost and love for, TO DO GOOD TO, the fellow man ( friend or foe).

    Very soon, the Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, will return to rule the earth as the One King according to the Will of the One Creator ‘I AM” and NOT according to man’s first love for “his freedom”, for his desire to serve and magnify oneself (XES).


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