Friday, September 9, 2011

Jihadists break into Israeli embassy in cairo, raise flag and destroy papers

As was seen in the 1979 Iranian revolution, we revisit that time with a practice run for the real thing.  Egyptian authorities will do nothing, and have done nothing up to this point.  The wall jihadists knocked down was the one built just a month ago, which was supposed to keep the Jews from causing any problems to the locals, instead it was, at least for 30 days a protective barricade against the jihadists who have now taken it down.

This is the end of Israel's involvement, on a peaceful level, with Egypt.  Soon the real test will come for Israel, and by extension the US, in which Islam will push very hard and we will push back even harder.  Many will die and many will be wounded, and when the smoke settles it will be Israel standing amidst the rubble, caused not by them, but by an ideology which does not permit Jews to live in peace with Muslims.

Egypt is gone as a friend, they can be counted on to side with our enemies from this point on.  Assuming otherwise will get more people killed, and will create more confusion as to just who the real enemy is.

God bless Israel in her coming fight with Islam.

From The Jerusalem Post   September 8

Cairo: Protesters break into Israeli embassy, destroy flag

Cairo: Protesters burn an Israeli flag

Egyptian protesters on Friday night broke into the Israeli embassy in Cairo and succeeded in removing the flag from atop the high-rise after they destroyed a protective wall surrounding the building.

No Israelis were injured as Egyptian activists demolished the wall around the Israeli embassy in Cairo during angry protests. Egyptian newspaper Al Masry Al Youm reported late Friday night on their Arabic-language website that four Egyptians had been detained after entering the building where the Israeli mission is located.Israeli embassy workers were not located in the building while the protests were taking place. After Friday prayers, thousands had converged on Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the protests that toppled former President Hosni Mubarak, for what was billed as "Correcting the Path" protests.

Some of the demonstrators later marched to the other side of the Nile in Giza, where they used hammers and large metal rods to destroy the wall, erected this month by Egyptian authorities after daily protests over the killing of five Egyptian border guards in Sinai.

"This action shows the state of anger and frustration the young Egyptian revolutionaries feel against Israel especially after the recent attacks on the Egyptian borders that led to the killing of Egyptian soldiers," Egyptian political analyst Nabil Abdel Fattah told Reuters.

Egyptian police stood aside as activists tore down the concrete wall to the cheers of hundreds of demonstrators.
"It is great that Egyptians say they will do something and actually do it," Egyptian film director and activist Khaled Youssef said, standing among the protesters outside the embassy.

"They said they will demolish the wall and they did ... the military council has to abide by the demands of the Egyptian people," he said.

Citing Foreign Ministry sources, Israel Radio said the ambassador was safely at his official residence and that Israel was in contact with Egypt, the United States and European powers about the incident.

"Police will not do anything to the protesters and they will be left unharmed to continue demolishing the wall," one security source said.

Protesters also demonstrated outside the Interior Ministry, near Tahrir Square, where some hurled stones at the building.

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