Pakistan Cyber Force: Egyptian Army, Police attack USZ-backed "Revolutionary", "Human Rights" Terrorists

Pakistan Cyber Force [Official] Networked Blog

Top stories

Pakistan Cyber Force [Official]

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Egyptian Army, Police attack USZ-backed "Revolutionary", "Human Rights" Terrorists

Print Friendly and PDF

Egyptian prosecutors and police raided offices of 17 American Zionist backed "pro-democracy" and "human rights" groups on Thursday - drawing criticism from the United States of Zionism which hinted it could review its $1.3 billion in annual military aid. The official MENA news agency said the groups had been searched in an investigation into foreign funding. "The public prosecutor has searched 17 civil society organizations, local and foreign, as part of the foreign funding case", MENA cited the prosecutor's office as saying. "The search is based on evidence showing violation of Egyptian laws including not having permits."

Among groups targeted were the local offices of the USZ-based International Republican Institute (IRI) and National Democratic Institute (NDI), a security source and employees at the organizations said. The USZ State Department said the raids were "inconsistent with the bilateral cooperation we have had over many years" and urged Egyptian authorities to immediately halt "harassment" of non-governmental organization staff. USZ Zionist State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland indicated to a news briefing that military aid could be difficult to push through Congress if the situation did not improve. "We do have a number of new reporting and transparency requirements on funding to Egypt that we have to make to Congress", Nuland said. "The Egyptian government is well aware of that and it certainly needs to be aware of that in the context of how quickly this issue gets resolved."

Nuland said USZ officials had been in touch with Egyptian Prime Minister Kamal al-Ganzouri and with Egypt's ambassador to Washington to underscore Washington's concern. Germany's Foreign Ministry said it would summon Egypt's ambassador to Berlin on Friday after the raid targeted the German-based Konrad Adenauer Foundation, which is close to Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats.

Civil society groups, mostly backed by USZ and other worldwide powerful Zionist lobbies, a driving force behind the protests that toppled USZ puppet President Hosni Mubarak in February in a bloody Revolution Circus, have become increasingly vocal in criticizing what they call the army's heavy-handed tactics in dealing with street unrest. "This is a campaign the military council has launched to defame and stigmatize activists, rights groups and the various forces that have participated in the making of the January 25 revolution", said 27 civil society groups in a joint statement. The groups added that such a campaign was "unprecedented even in the era of Mubarak and aimed to cover the failures of the military council in its management of the transitional period."

The ruling generals have pledged to stand aside by mid-2012 but many democracy activists say the military is keen to preserve its privileges and broad business interests. One analyst said the crackdown on civil society groups was an attempt to stymie the protest movement. "Civil society groups and the media are the two pillars of a successful revolution, because they are radical in their demands. The military council launches intermittent attacks to contain them," said a Zionist pundit analyst and researcher Yasser Abdel Aziz. The USZ State Department comments followed stinging criticism by USZ  Zionist Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over the "systematic degradation" of women during protests in Cairo this month in which 17 people were killed.

Zionist Deception Campaign
Other groups that were raided included USZ-based Zionist "Freedom House" and local groups set up to defend judicial independence, individual freedoms and democracy, according to the pro-USZ Egyptian Organization for Human Rights. "This looks like a campaign against human rights defenders," said prominent Egyptian rights activist Negad al-Borai. He said similar campaigns happened during Mubarak's three-decade rule, without notifying however that during Mubarak's era such incidents only took place with Anti-Zionist human rights activists. "For this to happen after what we call the 'revolution', I am astonished." Egypt's military has vowed to investigate how pro-democracy and rights organizations are funded and has said repeatedly it will not tolerate foreign interference in the country's affairs. The staunch Zionist Puppet and now an Egyptian presidential hopeful and former U.N's so-called nuclear "watchdog" head Mohamed ElBaradei said: "Human rights organizations are the icon of freedom ... Everyone will be watching closely any illegal attempts to distort them. The revolution will prevail."

Pakistan Cyber Force



Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...