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Muslim Brotherhood Egypt BUSTED in Plot to Blow Up Christian Ethiopia's Dam

GOLDBRIX

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To sooth the anal-retentive, Ethiopia is just PREDOMINATELY Christian. gb

"Cairo: Top Egyptian politicians were left red- faced after they were caught on live TV hatching plots to sabotage a dam in neighbouring Ethiopia during talks with President Mohammed Mursi, leaving viewers stunned.

The gaffe happened as an official failed to inform them that they were live on air during talks with Mursi.

"It was initially planned that the national meeting would be recorded and aired the next day, as is usually the case, but due to the importance of the topic it was decided at the last minute to air the meeting live. I forgot to inform the attendees about the changes," presidential aide for political affairs Pakinam El-Sharqawy said via Facebook late yesterday."....

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http://zeenews.india.com/news/world/egyptian-politicians-red-faced-after-hatching-plot_852873.html

Yep, Religion of Peace ( cough, cough,"bull****",cough)

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I bet this won't make US LameStreamMedia news agencies.gb
 

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Egypt and Ethiopia do not share a border, so, are not neighbors.
 

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Why would Egypt want to bomb a dam in Ethiopia?
Uh, Why don't YOU ask (email) the government of Egypt controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Just a thought.

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Dr. John Coleman, a former British Intelligence
agent...states in his report on Iran's Islamic
Revolution that the Muslim Brotherhood was
created by "the great names of British Middle East
intelligence"...and that their mission was to "keep
the Middle East backward so that its natural
resource, oil, could continue to be looted..."
The Muslim Brotherhood is a London creation,
forged as the standard-bearer of an ancient, anti-
religious (pagan) heresy that has plagued Islam
since the establishment of the Islamic community
(umma) by the Prophet Mohammed

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Coleman_(author)
 

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isnt the "muslim brotherhood" made by british intelligence?
Go ask the named individuals identified as members. They'll tell you after all Muslims may not lie.
Unless you happen to be an infidel / Kafir.
Then the Muslim will be absolved through "Taqiyya" ( one of many spellings) where lying for the benefit or saving of Muhammad, Muslims, or the Islamic Religion is permitted.
 

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Dr. John Coleman, a former British Intelligence
agent...
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Coleman_(author)
One Man's Opinion, and from what I can find he is a self-appointed "British Intelligence agent".
Plus your boy wasn't born until 1935.

Even Wiki has a challenging site:

"...Founded in Egypt in 1928[3] as a Pan-Islamic, religious, political, and social movement by the Islamic scholar and schoolteacher Hassan al-Banna," ...
"... Islamic governments must be based on this system and eventually unified in a Caliphate."...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muslim_Brotherhood
 

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Egypt think they own the Nile?

'No Nile, no Egypt', Cairo warns over Ethiopia dam


(Reuters) - Egypt's foreign minister, vowing not to give up "a single drop of water from the Nile", said on Sunday he would go to Addis Ababa to discuss a giant dam that Ethiopia has begun building in defiance of Cairo's objections.

Speaking to Egypt's state news agency MENA two days after the Ethiopian government flatly rejected a request from Cairo to halt the project, Mohamed Kamel Amr said Egyptians view any obstacle to the river's flow as a threat to national survival.

"No Nile - no Egypt," he said, highlighting the pressure on the Egyptian government, whose popularity is wilting in the face of economic troubles, to prevent the hydro power plant cutting already stretched water supplies for its 84 million people.

Last week, Ethiopia summoned the Egyptian ambassador after politicians in Cairo were shown on television suggesting military action or supporting Ethiopian rebels - a mark of the threat felt in Cairo from the plan to dam the Blue Nile, the tributary that supplies the bulk of water downstream in Egypt.

"Egypt won't give up on a single drop of water from the Nile or any part of what arrives into Egypt from this water in terms of quantity and quality," Amr told MENA, noting that Egypt has little rain and is effectively desert without its great river.

Speaking at a news conference, he declined to detail the action Egypt might take next but noted Ethiopian assurances that Africa's biggest hydro station would not cut water supplies.

"We have a plan for action, which will start soon," Amr said. "We'll talk to Ethiopia and we'll see what comes of it.

"Ethiopia has said it will not harm Egypt, not even by a liter of water. We are looking at ... this being implemented."

Countries that share the Nile have long argued over the use of its waters, repeatedly raising fears that the disputes could eventually boil over into war. Egypt, struggling with a shortage of cash and bitter internal political divisions following a 2011 revolution, called on Ethiopia to stop work after engineers began diverting the course of the Blue Nile late last month.

In Addis Ababa, a government spokesman called that request a "non-starter" and dismissed threats from Cairo of "sabotage" and "destabilization", saying attempts by Egypt under its previous military rulers to undermine Ethiopian leaders had failed.

The possible downstream effects of the $4.7-billion Grand Renaissance Dam, some 40 km (25 miles) from Ethiopia's border with Sudan, have been disputed and full details are unclear.

While letting water through such dams - of which Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia already have several - may not reduce its flow greatly, the filling of the reservoir behind any new dam means cutting the river's flow for a time. Evaporation from reservoirs can also permanently reduce water flowing downstream.

Now 21 percent complete, the new dam on the Blue Nile will eventually have capacity of 6,000 megawatts and is central to Ethiopia's plans to become Africa's leading exporter of power.

Sudan, which borders Egypt and Ethiopia and also gets much of its water from the Nile, said it supported the project.

"The Grand Renaissance Dam brings many benefits and blessings for us," Information Minister Ahmed Belal Osman told reporters in Khartoum.

He gave no details, but Sudanese officials have said the dam will enable Ethiopia to export power to Sudan, a country with frequent outages and one of its closest allies in Africa.


http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/09/us-ethiopia-egypt-nile-idUSBRE9580AT20130609