We have been 100% right AGAIN in our claims made while Mubarak was still in power. We argued that Egypt would be ruled by an extremist group and there was no intentions of any democracy. We have repeatedly claimed that the “Arab Spring” turmoil spreading across the Middle East for “democracy and freedom” has nothing to do with rebels or freedom. It’s a hidden radical extremist effort to overturn one Muslim government after another, until a singular extremist state with 1 billion people ruled under a form of Taliban government leaning towards extreme conservative Islam, a Caliphate, is established across the entire Middle East and ban all separate branches of Islam.
This caliphate development is heading to the Western world. Political western interference and support of ‘rebels’ is simply helping extremists towards Caliphate development and must be stopped immediately. Asylum cases must be stopped and Muslim immigration must be banned completely.
After a Caliphate is established across the Islam world, this singular Islamic state will raise it’s citizens to kill and slaughter their way in all directions across borders to world dominion to establish a brutal worldwide Islamic State. These efforts originate and is funded from Arabia. This is why Arabs have been insisting on Euro-Arab “collaboration” and a UN Muslim council to pressure changes to Western laws and to allow an unending stream of Muslims to enter Europe, endless Mosques to be built serving as indoctrination centers, and for Muslims to take positions in all levels of government.
Egypt security uncovers militant group’s ‘caliphate’ plan to conquer state
Tuesday, 13 November 2012
By AL ARABIYA
Egyptian security has recently uncovered a document circulated among armed groups and which details a plan to “conquer” Egypt and restore the Islamic caliphate.
The document, entitled the “Conquest of Egypt,” was handwritten by a militant called Karim Ahmed Bedeiwi, who was killed in a recent police raid on a flat in the district of Nasr City in eastern Cairo.
The flat was reportedly was used as a weapons warehouse and the headquarters of a terrorist cell, security sources were quoted as saying by the online version of the Egyptian newspaper al-Wafd.
This document, the sources added, was distributed among 22 jihadist cells that operate under an umbrella group, which later came to be known as the Nasr City cell, and together form an intricate terrorist network that connects Cairo to other Egyptian governorates.
The “Conquest of Egypt” offers a detailed account of a plan by militant Islamists to seize power in Egypt and establish an Islamic caliphate.
The document mentions a series of steps that need to be taken to achieve their goal to “conquer,” they include assassinating the president, the Coptic pope, and several political and security figures.
This plan would coincide with a series of simultaneous bombings in several vital establishments as well as the Suez Canal, while main roads between Cairo and other Egyptian governorates and communication networks are to be taken over by the militants.
The plan also revealed that in addition to the Pope, the militants were going to target the Coptic community in general whether by assassinating and abducting prominent Coptic figures or carrying out terrorist operations in areas densely populated by Copts or known as their favorite gathering places.
The purpose, the document said, was to ignite a sectarian strife that not only rids the country of its Christian minority, but one that also undermines the structure of the Egyptian society.
According to security sources, the main purpose of the bombings is terrorizing the people so that they would not take to the streets in protest.
Certain strategic cities like Cairo, Alexandria, Suez, Port Said, and Ismailia, according to the document, were to be turned into military barracks.
The 22 cells, sources explained, possessed large numbers of advanced weapons and bombs that were brought from the Sinai Peninsula and Libya.