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At least in Hosni Mubarak’s Egypt there were no crucifixions

Christian persecution is at an all time high in the Middle East and no one really says anything about it. In Egypt, it is going to take a new twist.

At least in Hosni Mubarak’s Egypt there were no crucifixions. In this newly improved and occupier inspired Muslim Brotherhood nation, things are about to change.

“Middle East media confirm that during a recent rampage, Muslim Brotherhood operatives “crucified those opposing Egyptian President Muhammad Morsi naked on trees in front of the presidential palace while abusing others,” reports Michael Carl in WND.

The new tactic is not limited to opponents of President Morsi, who has said nothing by the way to stop these people, but to any one who opposes Islam.  Mubarak was not saint, but this Morsi fellow has no clue. Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood are going to destroy Egypt.

Next time you speak to a Member of Congress or his or her staff remind them to carefully consider sending U.S. taxpayer dollars to these people. There is no democracy in Egypt. At this rate, there never will be. But that should not be what drives our interest in the region.

It is but a matter of time before the free world will be asked to clean up this mess, again. We should take a pass unless we find someone who truly has U.S. interests at the forefront of our agenda.

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