‘ Project Muslim Brotherhood ‘

#AceNewsServices – Editors Post: June.18: I found this post while researching for other posts and thought you the readers would find it interesting l did. It is simply called:

The Project–Muslim Brotherhood’s Plan To Infiltrate, Subvert and Overthrow The American Government And U.S. Constitution–Videos

Posted on September 27, 2012.


GBR:  You need to understand The Project PART 1 

Background Articles and Videos

Muslim Brotherhood in America: The Overview 


Muslim Brotherhood in America, Part 2: ‘Civilization Jihad’ in America 

Muslim Brotherhood in America, Part 3: Influence Operations Against Conservatives & the GOP 

Muslim Brotherhood in America, Part 4: Suhail Khan, A Case Study in Influence Operations 

Muslim Brotherhood in America, Part 5: The Organizations Islamists Are Using to Subvert the Right 

Muslim Brotherhood in America, Part 6: Electing Islamist Republicans 

Muslim Brotherhood in America, Part 7: Advancing the Islamists’ Agendas 

Muslim Brotherhood in America, Part 8: Team Obama & the Islamists

Muslim Brotherhood in America, Part 9: Team Obama & the Islamist Agenda

Muslim Brotherhood in America, Part 10: What’s To Be Done? 



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CAIRO: ‘ Islamic State Claim responsibility for Karnak Temple Suicide Bomb Attack ‘

#AceNewsReport#Breaking Post Update:CAIRO:June.10: The Islamic State (ISIL) militant group on Wednesday claimed responsibility for a suicide attack at the Temple of Karnak in the historic Egyptian city of Luxor, CoptsToday news website reported.

Islamic State Claim Responsibility for Karnak Attack '
Islamic State Claim Responsibility for Karnak Attack ‘

The website cited a Twitter post believed to belong to Islamic State senior member Said Abu Obeida, who states the assault on the Karnak temple was organized by ISIL militants.

The temple is one of Egypt’s most famous historic sites and second in popularity only to the Giza pyramids. It attracts millions of tourists every year.

Egyptian police said earlier in the day that three suicide bombers attempted to fight their way past the checkpoint at the entrance to the ancient shrine after security officers attempted to screen them.

One of the attackers was shot dead and another wounded, while a third detonated a bomb killing himself and injuring four bystanders. Security forces are checking if the trio had other accomplices, Egyptian media said.

Jihadist militants have killed hundreds of security employees and servicemen in Egypt since the 2013 coup deposed the country’s President Mohamed Morsi, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood Islamist organization.


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` Egyptian Electorate Voted Overwhelmingly for Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi ‘

#AceWorldNews – CAIRO – June 04 – With all the votes counted, Egyptian Election Commission has announced that the former army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi won the presidency by a landslide of 96.91 percent.

Some 23.78 million people cast their ballots for the 59-year-old politician in the May 26-28 election. El-Sisi’s sole challenger, leftist Hamdeen Sabahi, managed to get only 757,511 – or 3.9 percent – of the vote with a turnout of 47.45 percent.

After the announcement, several hundred people gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square to celebrate: they set off fireworks, cheered and sang pro-military songs, The Associated Press reported.

However, El Sisi’s campaign said turnout nationwide was around 44 per cent, even after voting was extended for a third day Wednesday — well below the nearly 52 per cent turnout in the June 2012 election won by Morsi.

In his final campaign TV interview last week, El Sisi set the bar even higher, saying he wanted more than 40 million voters — there are nearly 54 million registered voters — to cast ballots to “show the world” the extent of his popular backing.

(National) – El-Sissi supporters held all-night celebrations in Cairo, with several thousands gathered at the central Tahrir Square, birthplace of the 2011 uprising that toppled longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak. They waved Egyptian flags, el-Sisi posters and danced. There were similar celebrations in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria and a string of other cities north of the capital and in the Oasis province of Fayoum south-west of Cairo.

Critics said the lack of enthusiasm at the polls was in part due to apathy among even el-Sisi supporters, knowing that his victory was a foregone conclusion. Others said it showed discontent with el-Sisi, not just among his Islamist foes but also among a broader section of the public that believes he has no concrete plans for Egypt’s woes and fears he will return Egypt to the autocratic ways of Hosni Mubarak.

The tepid turnout was particularly embarrassing because the government and media had whipped up adulation for el-Sisi over the past 10 months, depicting him as a warrior against terrorism and the only person able to tackle Egypt’s economic problems, high unemployment, inflation and instability.

AP – The National


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` Egypt Prosecutor To Try Two Hundred Alleged Members Of Al-Qaeda Group ‘


#AceWorldNews – CAIRO – May 10 – Egypt’s prosecutor said Saturday that 200 alleged members of Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, an Al-Qaeda inspired militant group active in the Sinai Peninsula, would be tried for “terrorism” because of a number of deadly attacks launched against security forces.

Ansar Beit al-Maqdis has carried out some of the bloodiest attacks against Egypt’s security forces since Morsi’s overthrow last July.

This will be the first mass trial of jihadists since Egypt’s military ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi.

Tweet #ANS2014 


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` Car Bomb Explodes in Down-town Cairo Fourth Explosion to Hit Egypt on Day of Islamic Demonstrations '

#AceBreakingNews – CAIRO – May 02 – A car bomb exploded in down town Cairo late Friday, the fourth explosion to rock the turmoil-hit Egypt on a day where Islamist demonstrations usually take place against the ouster of president Mohamed Morsi.

The number of casualties was not immediately clear after a car bomb detonated in Cairo’s Ramsis street near a subway station.

Developing Story – AL-Ahram

CAIRO (Reuters) – Two suicide bombings in Egypt’s South Sinai killed a soldier and wounded at least seven people on Friday, less than four weeks before a presidential election is due to be held, official sources said.
In other violence, a policeman was killed in a Cairo bomb attack while in the port city of Alexandria, two people were shot dead when supporters of deposed President Mohamed Mursi clashed with residents.


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` Hundreds of Egyptians Activists take to Streets against an Anti-Protest Law a Month Before Election ‘

#AceWorldNews – CAIRO – April 28 (ALJ) Hundreds of Egyptian activists took to the streets against an anti-protest law, one month before a presidential election which former army chief Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is widely expected to win.

On Saturday, the protesters marched to the presidential palace in Cairo calling for the scrapping of the law passed by Egypt’s army-backed interim leadership in November to curb unrest that erupted after the army’s overthrow of elected Islamist president Mohamed Morsi. (Reuters)

The law requires anyone planning a demonstration to obtain police permission. Saturday’s protesters, however, did not.

A few threw stones at the police, who did not react and there was no serious violence.

“Down, down with army rule,” the protesters chanted.

Some burned posters of Sisi, who stepped down from his post as the head of the army last month to run for the presidency in the vote on May 26-27.


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` Egyptian Court al-Minya Sentences 683 Muslim Brotherhood Members to Death ‘

#AceWorldNews – CAIRO, April 28 – The court of the Egyptian al-Minya province has sentenced 683 Muslim Brotherhood members to death.

The sentence will now have to be confirmed by Egypt’s Grand Mufti.

The court has also upheld the death sentence for 37 out of 529 Muslim Brotherhood members that had been sentenced earlier. The rest of them will serve life in prison.

All suspects were charged with violence and killings during last year’s demonstrations in Cairo against the ouster of president Mohammad Morsi.


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` Egyptian Court Sentences 119 Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood to Three Years each in Prison ‘

#AceWorldNews – CAIRO – April 16 – An Egyptian court on Wednesday sentenced 119 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood of former President Mohamed Morsi to three years each in prison.

The ruling followed protests last October against his overthrow, judicial sources said.

More than 50 people were killed in the October 6 protests called by Morsi supporters. Judge Hazem Hashad acquitted six other people in the case.


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` Egyptian Security forces Attack ` Student Protesters ' at University Campuses ' over Court's Ruling '

#AceWorldNews – CAIRO – April 09 – (PressTV) – Egyptian security forces have attacked a large number of student protesters at university campuses across the North African country.

Riot police fired tear gas and birdshot at protesters at al-Azhar and Ain Shams universities in the capital Cairo on Wednesday.

Students had gathered on campuses there to denounce the army-backed government’s killing, detention and expulsion of hundreds of students for taking part in protests.

Meanwhile, student protesters at Zagazig and Mansoura universities burned US and Israeli flags to denounce their interference in Egypt’s internal affairs.

The crackdown came as a court in Cairo handed 17 anti-government protesters 3 to 7 years in jail for their role in street protests.

An Egyptian court issued a mass execution sentence for 529 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in March, prompting worldwide objections by international institutions and rights groups.

Tensions are running high across most of Egypt’s universities ahead of the upcoming presidential election. Students have held several rallies against a presidential bid by former defense minister, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who overthrew Egypt’s first democratically-elected president, Mohamed Morsi, around nine months ago.

Hundreds of protesters, mostly Morsi’s supporters, have been killed or wounded during the violence that has erupted since the removal of Morsi.


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` Court in `Alexandria ‘ has Sentenced Two ` Egyptian Pro-Morsi ‘ Supporters to Death for Throwing Two People off a Roof ‘

#AceWorldNews – ALEXANDRIA – March 30 – A court in Alexandria has sentenced two Egyptian pro-Morsi supporters to death for throwing two people off the roof of a building during last summer protests.

Both men were found guilty of murdering a child and a young man during mass clashes between pro-Morsi supporters and their opponents.

Sixty more people are awaiting a verdict for their participation in clashes, after Mohamed Morsi was ousted in a coup in July.

Read More: The roof incident happened July 5 of last year, two days after Morsi’s ouster. It was one of the most dramatic acts of violence on a day in which 16 other people were killed in Alexandria.

Judge Sayed Abdel-Latif said he would issue the verdict against another 60 defendants charged with violence that day in another two months. It was not clear why the ruling was split into two. http://www.canada.com/news/Egypt+court+sentences+supporters+ousted+president+death+throwing/9677322/story.html

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1. March 25 – 15.45 GMT – The previous day, more than 500 supporters of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi were sentenced to death. http://wp.me/p165ui-4wV


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” Russia Supports Al-Sisi in Moscow to get Signature on Arms Contract”

#AceWorldNews says `Putin Supports Sisi’s Bid for Egyptian Presidency’

`Putin Supports Sisi's Bid for Egyptian Presidency'Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday threw his weight behind a presidential bid by Egyptian Army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who is visiting Moscow, Reuters reported.

“This is a very responsible decision, to take upon yourself the responsibility for the fate of the Egyptian people,” Putin told Sisi, and wished him luck. Russia is currently negotiating an arms contract with Egypt.


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#Cairo :” Egyptian `Interior Ministry Official’ `Assassinated’ by `Gunmen’ on Motorcycle”

#AceNewsServices says `Gunmen on Motorbike Kill Senior Egyptian Interior Ministry Official today’

Two gunmen on a motorbike assassinated a senior Egyptian Interior Ministry official outside his home in Cairo on Tuesday. “General Mohamed Saeed, head of the technical office of the minister of interior, was targeted by gunmen,” Reuters quoted a security official as saying.

The assassination was carried out days before army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is expected to announce his candidacy for president.


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#AceNewsDesk : ” World News – Headlines – Good Morning – 26 January 2014″

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​Israeli woman jailed for espionage released after 26 months

Former Israeli soldier, Anat Kam, went free after serving 26 months of a four-and-a-half year prison sentence. She was convicted of spying and leaking classified military documents to the media in October 2011. In move to expose the army’s policies in the occupied Palestinian territories she leaked information to the Haaretz newspaper that troops were ordered to carry out targeted killings of Palestinian militants in violation of a Supreme Court order.

Fighting in Egypt09:43

​At least 49 killed in clashes during anniversary of Egypt revolution

The death toll from clashes during protests, dedicated to the third anniversary of the Egyptian military coup on Saturday, rose to nearly 50, a health ministry official said on Sunday. Over 245 people were wounded in Cairo and several other provinces, according to the ministry. The fighting erupted between protesters, who opposed the military-backed government, and thousands, who supported army chief, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who overthrew Egypt’s first democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi in July.


​4 Egypt soldiers killed in attack on bus in Sinai

Four soldiers were killed and 13 wounded as gunmen attacked a military bus in the Egyptian part of the Sinai Peninsula on Sunday, an army spokesperson said. The attack comes a day after a military helicopter crash in northern Sinai. The militant group, Ansar Bayt Al-Maqdis, claimed responsibility for the strike.


Iran says nuclear talks will resume in February

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Saturday that talks with the six world powers on reaching a long-term deal on Tehran’s nuclear program will resume the next month. A six-month agreement with the United States, Britain, Russia, France, and Germany – the P5+1 – was struck in November and took effect on Monday. The deal requires that Tehran curb its nuclear activities for six months in exchange for some sanctions relief while both sides attempt to reach a comprehensive agreement.


Taliban suicide attack on army bus kills 3 in Afghanistan

Two Afghan soldiers and a civilian woman were killed in a suicide bombing on an army bus in Kabul, TOLO News reported. Nine others were wounded in the attack, most of them members of the Afghan National Army. The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the blast.


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#Cairo : “Third blast `Ring’s Out’ after `Bomb’s’ Hit Police HQ”

#AceNewsServices says `Third’ blast in Cairo after bombs at police HQ, subway kill 5 & injure dozens

Published time: January 24, 2014 05:17
Edited time: January 24, 2014 09:32
Police officers and people gather in front of the destroyed Islamic Museum building, after a bomb blast occurred at the police headquarters nearby, in downtown Cairo, January 24, 2014. (Reuters / Amr Abdallah Dalsh) Police officers and people gather in front of the destroyed Islamic Museum building, after a bomb blast occurred at the police headquarters nearby, in downtown Cairo, January 24, 2014. (Reuters / Amr Abdallah Dalsh)
Three blasts hit Cairo on Friday, targeting police HQ, a metro station and a police station. They apparent string of militant attacks claimed at least five people and injured scores of others.

The latest explosion was reported near a police station in the suburbs of the Egyptian capital. The explosion, in the west Cairo Talebiya district on the main road leading to the Giza pyramids, caused no fatalities.

Minutes earlier a blast killed at least one person and injured 15 near the Behooth subway station. State TV reported that it was caused by a crude explosive device.

But a conflicting report said the blast happened in a drive-by attack on security vehicles, in which the attacker threw a hand grenade.

The early morning blast on the police headquarters in Cairo was the highest profile attack on security forces in months. It was carried out by a suicide bomber in an explosive-laden car, which detonated in front of the building.

التلفزيون المصري: إطلاق نار وانفجار ضخم يستهدف مديرية أمن #القاهرة pic.twitter.com/hzTx5e6aF8

— mohamad_elghonami ® (@m_elghonami) January 24, 2014

The Friday morning explosion at the Cairo Security Directorate left four people dead and injured 73 others, according to the Health Ministry.

Pictures from the scene show damaged fronts of several buildings in Port Said street, including the police headquarters and the famous Museum of Islamic Art..

First pictures coming from the Egyptian capital #Cairo#Egyptpic.twitter.com/pyWsHwuCSH

— Zaid Benjamin (@zaidbenjamin) January 24, 2014

Witnesses reported injured people being dragged out of the damaged building and transferred into ambulances.

The body of the suspected suicide bomber, who apparently drove the car to the building, was found.

#Cairo blast took place near police headquarters -state TV http://t.co/gCv2roIQaK#Egyptpic.twitter.com/RHCKDf5HV1

— Jay (@CharleyCanucky) January 24, 2014

The blast was powerful enough to be heard from kilometers away in all directions. It also sent a large plume of black smoke into the sky.

“Casualties were relatively small given the size of the blast,” said Interior Ministry spokesman Hany Abdel Latif.

There were also reports of machine gun fire in the area following the explosion, indicating a likely militant attack. Witnesses said they saw gunmen on motorbikes shooting at the police HQ just after the bomb went off.

Just heard what sounded like loud explosion, plume of black smoke seen from window in Mounira #Cairo#Egyptpic.twitter.com/cGhzxlhpRc

— shadi rahimi شادي (@shadirahimi) January 24, 2014

Egyptian state TV showed a crowd standing in front of the HQ building in the wake of the blast, chanting“people demand the execution of the Muslim Brotherhood.”

Egyptian security troops and army soldiers have faced regular militant attacks since July 2013, when a military coup deposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi.

There have been at least three bomb attacks in the last weeks in the country, including a suicide coming at a police compound in Mansoura, north of Cairo, which killed 15 people.

“We don’t know who is behind these bombings, but it seems likely that they are part of a pattern of bombings carried out by jihadist militants with links to the war, which is raging in the Sinai. And the message to the Egyptian government is: ‘We do not accept your constitution, we do not accept your government, we see them as traitors and we want to bring the whole house crashing down,’” Cairo-based journalist Hugh Miles told RT.

The attack on police HQ on Friday and the second blast come less than a week after Egyptians approved a new constitution, despite a vote boycott by Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood, which was outlawed after the coup.

The Brotherhood was planning a massive protest after Friday prayers across the country, the largest in a series of similar events.

The bombings raise new concerns over security during the upcoming anniversary celebrations of the 2011 revolution, which ousted Egypt’s long-time ruler Hosni Mubarak. The Interior Ministry pledged to protect the Saturday celebration.


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Egypt: ” Ninety Eight Percentage Voter’s Back New Military-Backed Constitution”

#AceWorldNews says More than 98 percent of Egypt’s voters have approved a new, military-backed constitution, said the country’s High Election Commission on Saturday. 38.6 percent of the country’s more than 53 million eligible voters participated in the referendum on the constitution. The approved constitution will replace the one signed into law by Mohamed Morsi, the former Islamist president. Morsi was overthrown in a military coup in July last year. The Muslim Brotherhood movement that backed the former president had called for a boycott of the two-day vote and to stage anti-government protests.

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Egypt: “Voters Back New Constitution”

#AceWorldNews says about 90 percent of Egyptians who voted in a referendum approved a new constitution, the state news agency and a government official said. Early results of a ballot could allow army chief General Abdel Fattah Sisi to declare his candidacy for president. The constitution will replace one signed into law by Mohamed Morsi, the former Islamist president who was overthrown by the military in July. Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood had called for a boycott of the two-day vote and anti-government protests.

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