Monday, November 26, 2012

So He Bluffed His People And They Obeyed Him

Faisal Kassem a leading presenter in NATO & Qatar's mouthpiece Al Jazeera TV Channel and has his own shouting show 'Opposite Direction', who used to be Syrian, criticizes in a series of tweets today (each with its link next to it) the Egyptian opposition for allegedly asking help from foreign powers.. But what about the Syrian oppositions and their total dependence on foreign help from the first moment being formed by Turkey, USA, UK, France and Qatar then keeping its lifeline from the same plus Saudi Arabia among others?! 

Faisal Kassem or Qassem during his popular shouting show
'Opposite Direction' on Al Jazeera
Keep in mind that Syrian Oppositions depend totally on help to survive from the enemies of the Syrian people and the Syrian president whom introduced numerous and outstanding reforms to promote democracy in Syria, while the Egyptian Oppositions, if they did ask for help to exert pressures on their president, they're asking it from the friends of the Egyptian & their revolution against Mubarak and of course the friends of their new Muslim Brotherhood president Morsi who once in power introduced numerous and outstanding deforms of the liberties and democracies they already had under Mubarak!! 


The holy Quran describes Pharaoh: (So he bluffed his people, and they obeyed him. Indeed, they were [themselves] a people defiantly disobedient [of Allah]) 43:54 

Faisal Qassem today's series of tweets criticizing Egyptian oppositions,
we dare him to write the same in English
- Whoever asks help from foreign (forces) should learn that foreigners, especially western foreigners, are not charity houses, all work with the principle: everything has a price. 

- How does the Egyptian opposition want the Egyptian people to trust them after it started calling for foreign help over an 'elected president'. 

- If you read what you like, you'll never become educated, you can't cover a thing unless you check it from all angles, bright, dark, mysterious and ugly. 

- In western democracies, opposition is an official job financed by the state, while in our dictatorships the opposer is either a traitor, an infiltrator, an agent, a spy or a 5th column. 

- Egyptian opposition has the right to oppose with its highest voice. But to ask for foreign help to press an 'elected president', that's a sham scar on its forehead will affect its patriotism. 

What about the Syrian Oppositions and their western sponsorship?! I'll leave you wondering about that.

They fool you, they keep fooling you & they enjoy fooling you,
not because they're smart, it's because you're foolable.

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