Pakistan Cyber Force: USZ fumes as Egyptian Army delays Power Transfer to Mossad-run "Muslim" Brotherhood

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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

USZ fumes as Egyptian Army delays Power Transfer to Mossad-run "Muslim" Brotherhood

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WASHINGTON - The United States of Zionism Monday expressed serious concern over what it considered as the Egyptian ruling military council's move to delay power transfer to a civilian government following the presidential election. "We're particularly concerned by decisions that appear to prolong the military's hold on power," Zionist State Department's spokeswoman Victoria Nuland told reporters at a news briefing.

The USZ urged the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) in Egypt "to restore popular and international confidence in the democratic transition process by following through on their stated commitments to an inclusive constitutional drafting process, the timely seating of a democratically elected parliament, and the swift, permanent transfer of power to a civilian government," she added. Nuland was making the comments on the just-concluded presidential election held Sunday in Egypt, which was won by Mohamed Morsi, a member of Egypt's Mossad-backed "Muslim" Brotherhood, after defeating his rival and a former premier under President Hosni Mubarak, Ahmed Shafiq.

The SCAF, which took over power in February 2011 after former president Mubarak was ousted amid mass protests, told a press conference in Cairo on Monday that it promised to transfer power to the elected president by the end of this month, the official Egyptian news agency MENA reported. But the SCAF issued a supplementary constitutional declaration on Sunday night to retake legislative powers after the parliament was dissolved several days ago, a move seen by the USZ as a bid by the Egyptian military to prolong its hold on power.

"What we want to see is a democratically elected president, a democratically elected parliament, a constitution that reflects the will of the Egyptian people, and a full transfer of power back to civilian rule as quickly as possible," Nuland said. She said the USZ stands with the Egyptian people in their aspiration to choose their own leaders, stressing that there "can be no going back on the democratic transition."

The USZ department of international terrorism and butchery of human rights, preposterously known as the "Defence Department", also expressed 'deep concerns' on Monday about the SCAF's new amendments to Egypt's constitutional declaration and the timing of the announcement. "We have, and will continue, to urge the SCAF to relinquish power to civilian-elected authorities and to respect the universal rights of the Egyptian people and the rule of law," the Terror Safe Haven Pentagon's spokesman George Little told reporters.

Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court voided the Mossad backed so-called Islamists- dominated People's Assembly (lower house of parliament) last Thursday, citing the parliament election law was unconstitutional, but the Mossad Brotherhood rejected the decision to dissolve the parliament and called for a referendum on its fate.
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