Re: Hello Israel



On Thu, 01 Dec 2011 17:03:49 -0500, WaIIy <WaIIy@(nft).invalid> wrote:



Muslim Brotherhood Takes Elections by Storm
Islamist parties are expected to control Cairo's parliament by the
spring with the Muslim Brotherhood projected to be in the driver's seat.
By Gavriel Queenann
First Publish: 12/1/2011, 7:19 PM


Judges overseeing the vote count in Egypt's parliamentary elections say
Islamist parties have won a majority of the contested seats in the first
round. The judges spoke on condition of anonymity because official
results are expected to be released later Thursday.

They say the Muslim Brotherhood could take 45 percent of the seats up
for grabs. The liberal Egyptian bloc coalition and the
ultra-fundamentalist Nour party are competing for second place.

It's just a good thing that "this administration has done more in
terms of the security of the state of Israel than any previous
administration."

No, that wasn't a drunk comedian who said that. It was obama.

He's counting on his worshippers being black hole stupid.
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