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MB statement on January 25, Day of Rage and its consequences
MB statement on January 25, Day of Rage and its consequences
Egypt is undergoing important events where the Egyptian people started a movement in Cairo and other cities in the country expressing their anger and denouncing the practices and violations by the system.
Thursday, January 27,2011 04:33
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Egypt is undergoing important events where the Egyptian people started a movement in Cairo and other cities in the country expressing their anger and denouncing the practices and violations by the system.

Their movements were peaceful and effective with the youth spreading everywhere. All called for the next stage to prioritize reform, stability, freedom and democracy without which stability cannot be achieved in Egypt.

The MB, who is participating in these events, is expressing their appreciation of the efforts of the Egyptian people. They also offer condolences to the families of both the citizens and police officials killed during these events. They also wish the injured a speedy recovery.

The MB stresses the following:

- The peaceful and civilized movement of the Egyptian people, which started on January 25, must continue against the corruption, oppression and injustices until its demands of legitimate reform are achieved, the dissolving of the rigged-parliament, and the holding of free and fair elections under full judicial supervision.

- The regime in Egypt must comply with the wills of the people and conduct the required reforms, abandon the policy of intransigence and oppose the demands of the people, take serious, immediate and effective measures to achieve the required reform in all fields, stop harming protestors and release all those detained in these events and the ones before.

The MB is an Islamic collective organization, and its members belong to the Egyptian society; they share their happiness and sadness and call on all citizens of Muslims and non-Muslims to cooperate in the good, to achieve justice, to lay the foundations of the right and to put the interest of the nation before the personal interest. They call on all to unite against injustices and corruption, effectively and peacefully without causing any damage to any public and private properties.

They stress on the importance of the cooperation between all political and partisan forces to maintain a unified national stance

The Muslim Brotherhood
26 January 2011

 

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Where is the time line? Said
Im indonesian muslim.I looking for the timeline event that ive saw before about Egypt revolution minutes to minutes in this web.Where i could find it?
Thursday, January 27,2011 11:46
Ikhwan Rise and Promote Islam Younus Abdullah Muhammad
IslamPolicy.com In a sure sign that the Ikwan al-Muslimeen are comfortable under Mubarek and that they do not really represent a departure from US dictated policy: The only difference between the Palestinian \"Authority\" and the Ikhwan is that the US has backed the P.A. and if Mubarek falls, the US will co-opt the Ikhwan tomorrow. This is their latest announcement: Egypt is undergoing important events where the Egyptian people started a movement in Cairo and other cities in the country expressing their anger and denouncing the practices and violations by the system. Their movements were peaceful and effective with the youth spreading everywhere. All called for the next stage to prioritize reform, stability, freedom and democracy without which stability cannot be achieved in Egypt. The MB, who is participating in these events, is expressing their appreciation of the efforts of the Egyptian people. They also offer condolences to the families of both the citizens and police officials killed during these events. They also wish the injured a speedy recovery. The MB stresses the following: - The peaceful and civilized movement of the Egyptian people, which started on January 25, must continue against the corruption, oppression and injustices until its demands of legitimate reform are achieved, the dissolving of the rigged-parliament, and the holding of free and fair elections under full judicial supervision. - The regime in Egypt must comply with the wills of the people and conduct the required reforms, abandon the policy of intransigence and oppose the demands of the people, take serious, immediate and effective measures to achieve the required reform in all fields, stop harming protestors and release all those detained in these events and the ones before. - The MB is an Islamic collective organization, and its members belong to the Egyptian society; they share their happiness and sadness and call on all citizens of Muslims and non-Muslims to cooperate in the good, to achieve justice, to lay the foundations of the right and to put the interest of the nation before the personal interest. They call on all to unite against injustices and corruption, effectively and peacefully without causing any damage to any public and private properties. They stress on the importance of the cooperation between all political and partisan forces to maintain a unified national stance. The Muslim Brotherhood - 26 January 2011 This is what Hillary Clinton says, \"We support the universal rights of the Egyptian people including the rights to freedom of expression, association and assembly,\" she said. \"And we urge the Egyptian authorities not to prevent peaceful protests or block communications, including on social media sites. We believe strongly that the Egyptian government has an important opportunity at this moment in time, to implement political, economic and social reforms to respond to the legitimate needs and interests of the Egyptian people.\" Almost exactly the same position (because they think the US will back them and are already incommunicado, trust me)... still we should be aware of the potential that opens up if Mubarek and others are removed. A playing field of significant different rules will be presented and the opportunity to discuss new ideas will exist for the first time if the wise play wisely. For this reason we applaud these developments, but encourage the Ikhwan to realize that Egyptians are not calling for reform, the US is..... Egyptians are calling for Mubarek to be hung in Central Cairo and if that is the call of the people then democracy demands that you back that call. There comes a time in life when you have to take a stand, speak the truth even if it is bitter, and put forth real sacrifice. We ask, what would Hasan al Banna do were he in Egypt today? Would he accept a former UN lapdog, secularist present liberalism as an alternative despite overwhelming Islamic identity in the country? The deen is sincere advice, but advice in the direction of Quran and Sunnah and we implore the Ikhwan al Muslimeen to enter these protests, dispatch their supporters and call for Islam in the midst of this breakdown. Indeed if it is the only solution, then you should certainly be putting that forward in this time of need. To hell with Hillary Clinton...
Thursday, January 27,2011 14:35
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