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    Posted January 27, 2013 by
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    It has been reported that about seven thousand individual from armed elements of "Hamas" have infiltrated Egyptian cities by crossing the Egyptian border through underground tunnels linking Gaza and Rafa to fight alongside Muslim Brotherhood militia known as “95”. Their deployment was a direct order from El Shater, the leading strategist and the second man in Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization. Their orders are to assassinate politicians like El Baradi, kill peaceful protesters, burn government Installations and spread chaos.

     

    Hamas’s overt intervention in Egypt should be an alarming development to US foreign policy makers. Hamas is linked to Egyptian Muslims Brotherhood; and the evidence is clearly supported by our own Justice Department, which amply demonstrated during the Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing prosecution that the Muslim Brotherhood’s top project in the U.S. has been to drum up support for Hamas.

     

    Meanwhile, still Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders practice ritual contradiction, provocation and contrast actions against their previous stand. MB always demanded several rights before the revolution including lifting emergency law, now they demand reinstating emergency law because they are in power and they have a president belong to MB.

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