The Muslim Brotherhood was the guiding force in this. They don’t look like it and that is what they are trying to portray. They are trying to seem as though this had nothing to do with them. BUT it has EVERYTHING to do with them. They are masquerading this as a public uprising against a dictatorship. But this DICTATORSHIP has brought prosperity and peace for 30 years.
The JIHAD occurs, not in front of your face, but with the TOOLS of culture behind the scenes.
They infiltrate society. They establish little groups in Mosques. The get funding from IRAN and Saudi Arabia to establish schools (just like in the US.)
Iran is trying to fuel the fire to establish SHARIAH.
Iran asks Egypt to meet public demands
Sat Jan 29, 2011 9:29AM
“Iran expects Egyptian officials to listen to the voice of their Muslim people, respond to their rightful demands and refrain from exerting violence by security forces and police against an Islamic wave of awareness that has spread through the country in form of a popular movement,” Mehmanparast said Saturday.
He further pointed out that Tehran attaches great importance to the fulfillment of public demands in Egypt and added, “Iran regards demonstrations by the Muslim people of this country as a justice-seeking movement in line with their national-religious demands.”
Mehmanparast went on to say that the Islamic Republic of Iran is “closely following up and monitoring developments in Egypt.”
Clashes have been continuing between government forces and opposition protesters in Egypt for the fifth day.
Dozens of people have been killed in street battles since the demonstrations started on Tuesday. Reports say over 20 people have been killed in the city of Alexandria alone. Some one thousand others have been wounded.
The protesters want Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to end his 30-year rule.
The protesters say they have been emboldened by the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia, which saw the overthrow of President Zein El Adbdin Ben Ali.
Mubarak on Friday night ordered the cabinet to step down and pledged to work for more democracy and press ahead with social, economic and political reforms.
He expressed regret over the loss of innocent lives during the anti-government demonstrations but defended the role of government forces in the violent crackdown on protesters.