February 11, 2011, - 4:54 pm
They tell us that the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic extremists are not running Egypt, in the wake of Hosni Mubarak’s resignation. They tell us that the country is now being run by the military, by a junta of sorts, and that we shouldn’t worry. Well, we should worry. Check out the photo below of an Egyptian soldier and his mother. It speaks the proverbial thousand words on who’s running Egypt now that Mubarak is gone . . .
Trite But True: A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words
This is the Egyptian military. That’s their mothers. Yup, not extremist Muslims at all . . . if you consider women in full-ninja outfits with just eye-slits normal, Western-style democracy stuff. This is why the military generally did nothing and didn’t shoot at protesters in Tahrir Square. They sympathized with them. And now they–the sons of women in full-ninja bedsheets (niqabs)–are running Egypt. Think they want to have peace or anything close to it with Israel? allahu FUBAR.
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