21 Dhul Hijjah 1437
23 September 2016
SISI’S ‘GRAND MUFTI’- THE ENDORSER OF SISI’S MASS MURDER UNWELCOME IN SOUTH AFRICA
The following is a reproduction of an article by the Media Review Network. The article portrays the butchery and genocide of the Sisi regime – the mass murders endorsed by Sisi’s ‘grand mufti’ who had signed the death warrant against President Muhammad Morsi, the first elected President of Egypt. The Muslim Ummah of South Africa boycotts Sisi’s delegation of traitor ‘muftis’.
WHEN GRAND MUFTIS BECOME PUPPETS OF DICTATORS…
The volatile political climate in Egypt has been quick to sift out those who are easily influenced by power, and grand Mufti Shawki Allam has easily fallen prey, ......... An 18-year-old medical student in Egypt, along with 20 other young women and girls, was initially jailed and sentenced to 11 years in prison for staging a peaceful street protest in 2013. Gamal Eid, a human rights activist, said the sentences against the female protesters had been politically motivated, stating that "There is no independent judiciary in Egypt". After the ousting of the first democratic and freely elected president of Egypt in history, Muhammed Morsi, this is the commonplace scene that unfolds amongst ordinary citizens. Abuse of power that has seen authorities imprisoning tens of thousands, protests effectively banned in the streets of the entire nation, opposition groups having been completely outlawed, hundreds sentenced to death in unfair trials and global documentation of the massacre of thousands of civilians in the streets by the government. Such a description would usually conjure up the image of a nation in desperate need of intervention; a nation crumbling under authoritarian rule and a ruthless dictator. While the West would have us believe that Egypt is flourishing under General Abdel Fatah-al-Sisi, the truth is that Egypt is in crisis-mode under his iron fist strangulation.
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