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Egyptian President Abdel al-Sisi at U.N. denounces Islamism and its enablers; includes Palestine

Egyptian Pres. Abdel Sisi addresses U.N. General Assembly
Egypt’s President Sisi Addresses the United Nations by Mohamed Khairat in Egyptian Streets| September 25, 2014

Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi addressed the United Nations General Assembly’s 69th Session, stressing Egypt’s commitment to tackling the “plague” of terrorism while hundreds of supporters stood outside the United Nations in New York.

Upon being called to the podium, the Egyptian President was received with a loud applause from delegates, including world heads of state, of the General Assembly. The applause visibly pleased President Sisi, who immediately acknowledged it by smiling and putting his hands together in a sign of gratitude.

‘A New Egypt’

Minutes after commencing, the President was met with another applause after declaring the intentions of Egyptians to build a “New Egypt.”

“Our aim is to build a new Egypt,” said the President before being interrupted by the clapping of the hall.

A state that respects the rights and freedoms, honours its duties, and ensures the co-existence of its citizens without exclusion or discrimination. A state that respects and enforces the rule of law, guarantees freedom of opinion for all and ensures freedom of belief and worship to its people. A state that is determined to achieve growth, prosperity, and a promising future that meets the aspirations of its people,” declared the President after silence had returned to the General Assembly.

To attain this promise, the President stressed that the State should respect and enforce the rule of law, guarantee freedom of speech and religion, and work towards the growth and prosperity of the country.

At the start of his speech, President Sisi had addressed criticism of Egypt’s road map since the ouster of deposed President Mohammed Morsi.

The President said Egyptians had made history in the past two years by first revolting against corruption and despotism to claim their right to freedom, dignity and social justice, and then when they rose up against exclusion and refused to succumb “to the tyranny of a faction who, in the name of religion, put its narrow interests before the interests of the people.”

Terrorism and the threats on the world

The world is starting to grasp the reality of what happened in Egypt, and to understand the circumstances that drove Egyptians to intuitively take to the streets to rebel against the forces of extremism and darkness,” explained the President in his 17-minute speech.

The President added that Egypt had warned the world about the spread of terrorism at the hands of extremist groups.

“The upsurge in extremism and violence perpetrated in the name of religion that the region is currently witnessing is an evidence of the true objectives of these groups that exploit religion,” said Sisi.

“They have transformed the values of justice, compassion and mercy treasured by Judaism, Christianity and Islam, into grim sectarianism and destructive civil and regional wars which continue to claim the lives of innocent people of different religions.”

The President, who showed confidence in his words, asserted that Egypt has suffered from the scourge of terrorism since the 1920s at the hands of a ‘handful of extremists that commit atrocities in the name of religion.’

However, Sisi added that these extremists should not be allowed to abuse Islam and offend the 1.5 billion Muslims across the globe.

“Terrorism is a plague that does not differentiate in its spread between developing and developed societies.”

Tackling problems in the region

Egypt’s President said that extremism and polarisation had led to strife and divisions in the region.

The President called for states in the region to ensure equality among citizens and respect for the rule of law. Sisi added that confronting extremism was also essential in tackling the various crises the region faces.

On Libya, Sisi said that Egypt had partnered with the country’s neighbours to achieve a comprehensive political solution aimed at ending bloodshed and helping strengthen and support elected Libyan institutions.

Turning to Syria, the President added a political framework which reflected the aspirations of the Syrian people without compromising with terrorists or extremists was necessary.

Meanwhile, Sisi hailed the formation of a new government in Iraq, stating that it was a significant development in the path to achieving stability and regaining territories that have fallen under the control of ISIL.

In regards to Palestine, the President stated that the Palestinian issue remained a top priority for Egypt.

“Palestinians still aspire to establish their independent state on the occupied territories in 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital,” said the President, adding that Egypt had worked to achieve this goal since the 1970s.

“The continued deprivation of the Palestinian people of their rights is undoubtedly exploited by some to inflame other crises, achieve hidden goals, fragment Arab unity, and impose control on Palestinians under the guise of realising their aspirations.

Africa was also the focus of President Sisi’s speech. The President urged the world to commit to tackling the outbreak of the deadly ebola virus in Western Africa and reaffirmed Egypt’s continued desire to work with its African partners.

Security Council and Final Applause

Ending his speech, Egyptian President Sisi announced his country’s bid for non-permanent membership in the United Nations Security Council in 2016-2017.

The President added that Egypt, which was last on the Security Council in 1997, aspires to take the seat in 2016 in order to achieve the protect the interests of developing countries as well as to accelerate reform of the United Nations system.

Sisi invited member states to support Egypt’s candidature to the Security Council, adding that as a founding member of the United Nations, Egypt’s vision of international relations is one founded on the respect of the principles of international law, treaties and conventions.

Moments before concluding his speech, the President was once more interrupted with applause upon declaring “long live Egypt!”

“Long live Egypt. Long live the loving people’s of the world. Long live the principles of humanity and the values of tolerance and coexistence. Peace be upon you and God’s mercy and blessings.

L.A.-resident Egyptian Coptic-Christians rallied to support Egypt's army liberating the country from Islamist rule, which was imposed by Obama administration-supported, Muslim Brotherhood facilitator, Mohamed Morsi. This DemoCast exclusive video was recorded last August outside of the Federal Building in Los Angeles.


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Protest at Qatari Consulate in L.A. over US privilege to jihad-abetters

Palestinian Authority President Mahmud Abbas with Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani and Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal in Doha on August 21, 2014. (photo credit: AFP PHOTO/ PPO / THAER GHANEM  via Times of Israel)
In a recent report appearing in the UK-based Telegraph, both Qatar and Kuwait were singled out for openly, and even avidly, aiding fundraising efforts for Islamic State/ISIS terrorists who are currently engaged in fierce clashes with the Syrian army alongside Israel on the Golan Heights. (The Algemeiner 9/7)

Qatar and Turkey are accused of taking over as the main foreign patrons for Hamas after Iran and the Sunni organization had a falling out three years ago - over its support for rebel fighters seeking to dislodge Tehran's ally, Bashar al-Assad in Syria. Qatar hosts Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal and has pledged $400 million in infrastructure funding for Hamas. ("Congress goes after 'frenemies' Turkey, Qatar" in al-Monitor 9/9)

Arlan Mitnick organized Qatar Consulate protest in LA
In Beverly Hills, California, an ethnically-diverse group of Christians, Jews, a Hindu Sikh demonstrated against the Obama administration's enabling Qatar's influence - which they feel contradicts America's foreign policy interest to defeat the Islamist groups which persecute non-Muslim peoples, like the Coptic Christians of Egypt and the Jews of Israel. The protest was held outside the Qatar Consulate in Beverly Hills on Sunday, September 7th. Many passing cars honked their horns in solidarity with the protestors

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Lyric drew flags of peoples Qatar's jihadist funding oppresses
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Anti-Zionists blame CNN in L.A.. for bias in under-reporting Hamas' manipulated news

Anti-Zionist activist group, ANSWER organized another pro-Hamas / anti-Israel rally within a month of the march they held between the Federal Building and the Israeli Consulate in L.A.  They marched a few blocks in Hollywood to stage a protest outside the CNN building which obstructed traffic on Sunset Boulevard for several hours.

The rally was held on the 9th anniversary of Israel de-occupying Gaza- a withdrawal to enable the Palestinians to demonstrate the safety their desired sovereign state would assure the beseiged Jewish state.  The Gazans destroyed the commercial agriculture which Israel gifted them- and moved rocket-launchers to fire more than 11,000 rockets from a closer proximity to Israeli population centers. Since 2001, Palestinians have fired more than 15,000 rockets and mortars indiscriminately against Israel.

Rally-attendees interviewed revealed such unawareness of Islamist Hamas' published mission statement (to decimate the Jews "from the River to the Sea" and conquer the Jewish state as an Islamist Palestine) or Hamas' uncovered battle plan to maximize civilian Palestinian casualties by provoking Israeli retaliation against mosques, schools, and other civilian centers.  

 Omar Rashput ("The Prince of Pop") led the anti-Israel marchers for press photographers costumed as Michael Jackson. We inquired what authority he has to identify Michael Jackson as anti-Israel or pro-Palestine.

CNN moved Wolf Blitzer to Israel for 2-weeks to augment their broadcasting (under duress) from Gaza. From both locations, CNN gave extensive voice to Palestinian news, newsmakers, and spokespeople, but apparently, for the anti-Zionist ralliers dismayed by hearing an objective, balanced perspective on events (or not liking to see the casualties Hamas evoked) the demonstrators at the rally blamed CNN and Israel, but not Hamas.  

This rally co-organizer dressed herself, her daughters and other children in bloody make-up and costumes to malign Israel, not Hamas, which they excused.

Donatella Rovera, 
Children of a Palestinian-American father claim that CNN "lies" and that the news they hear from relatives is more accurate than that depicted on CNN.  

But prize-winning Israeli blogger, Elder of Ziyon reports that Ms. Donatella Rovera, who conducted research for Amnesty Int'l ,explained why "eyewitnesses" will often claim that there was no terrorist activity in the area of an airstrike and Israel wantonly and indiscriminately killed people for no reason. ... It is part of their culture to ensure that Israel is always blamed no matter what. It saturates their media. I cannot count how many times "eyewitness" accounts were found to be complete fiction, and fear didn't enter into the equation. However, many of the "witnesses" happen to work for the largest employer in the West Bank - the PA - which lies constantly.

 Similarly, people we interviewed bemoaned Palestinian losses, but justified Hamas' role in provocatively rocketing Israel for over a decade as a "resistance movement."

This Thai gentleman (who disguised himself in an Thai anti-government mask (of Salvador Dali) would not acknowledge familiarity with the global jihad (of which Hamas and Palestine are the Israeli front to) even though (according to ZombieTime, with gruesome photographic evidence) 
Muslim separatists in the southern-most portion of the country have been committing a seemingly unending series of terror attacks on Thai Buddhists, on other Muslims (apparently as punishment for not supporting the violence) and on the Thai police and military. This has been going on at least since 2004, and most likely much longer (though unseen by the outside world). The goal of the terrorists is to create a Muslim-controlled independent state ruled by Islamic law.

Interview subjects, like this lawyer and rally co-organizer, called CNN's coverage of the Gaza conflict "biased," even though they couldn't provide specific evidence.

Though the anti-Zionist rally had clear anti-Semitic blood-libel tones, no L.A. pro-Israel or Jewish organization presented any objection or counter against the march and rally.

See: Hamas provides new info on moves to squeeze foreign media
The Times of Israel
Spokeswoman says pressure meant to ensure ‘fair reporting,’ block information about rocket launch sites

Read more: Hamas provides new info on moves to squeeze foreign media |


Californians challenge Hamas-rallyers attempting to project Islamist ethics onto Israel

Anti-Israel, Islamo-Marxists obtained a permit to march from the L.A. Federal Building near UCLA to the Israeli Consulate on Sunday August 10th.  In the absence of any advocacy organizational counter-protest for this weekend, Amy Hunter, overcame her inexperience by organizing a large pro-Israel rally at Los Angeles' Federal Building.  

The vociferous Arabs were surprised to see a formidable, Zionist crowd, thanks to the promotion of the Israeli-American Council. Individuals brought their own megaphones and led the crowd in rants and songs, which stood their own against the thunderous, unified chants of the anti-Zionists.

Pro-Islamists march back from Israeli Consulate to Federal Building in Westwood.

Israelis march across Wilshire Blvd to counter pro-Islamists' attempts to dominate the central L.A. intersection.

Rabbi Moshe Parry feels that in order to eliminate the present and future terror-rocketing from Islamist Hamas, Israel must suffer-the slings and arrows of war and the biased, liberal media-inversion, in order to destroy Hamas ability to terrorize Israelis. 

This Israeli-American couple addresses the true motivation of the Muslim-led, anti-Israel protestors.  It isn't about the civilian casualties, he says. They hate Israel entirely as a part of the global Islamist movement to conquer and kill the Jewish state same as al-Qaeda, Taliban, and ISIS/Islamic State.

I.D.F. veteran, Ted Felsher, whose 82 relatives were murdered for anti-Semitism in the Holocaust, explains what he feels Israel stands for- and what her enemies seek.

A mural 20-feet long delineated the history of Muslim anti-Semitic activism, particularly with Nazi Germany.  

Mr. Arlan Mitnick recalls that the Grand Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini collaborated with the Adolph Hitler to kill Jews, and after the war, Egyptian President Nasser imported Nazi war-criminals to practice their craft of political anti-Semitism. 

Jews demonstrate to the world to defeat the juggernaut ethnically-cleansing minorities in the Midde East.

Several anti-Zionists crossed over into the pro-Israel crowd to photograph individuals.  This man claimed to be a journalist. DemoCast reporter Dalit explores where he intends to publish them.
Dalit enquires anti-Zionist's intentions shooting individuals
After the police who were separating the sides departed, Arabs and Marxists crossed over to physically threaten the Jews.

(Microphone was impaired).

Rabbi Parry recounts his experience standing against anti-Zionist speakers at both the Federal Building and their speeches at the Israeli Consulate.  He offers advice for pro-Zionists.


Journalists escaping Gaza tell of Hamas-inflicted horrors: The truth about Hamas vs Israel will never appear on your television

Hamas' rockets mistakenly destroyed their own electrical plant
Israel’s military has estimated that more than 10 percent of Hamas missile launches fell in the Gaza Strip.
Bibi depicted conducting Coliseum bloodsports in Gaza
The military has asserted that nearly 300 rockets fired by Hamas and its Palestinian militia allies landed in the Gaza Strip. In at least one case, a medium-range M-75, based on Iran’s Fajr-5 rocket, exploded during launch. The rocket contains a conventional warhead of at least 100 kilograms and at least seven Palestinians were killed.

A Hamas rocket is fired from the Gaza Strip.
“Over the course of the operation approximately 280 rockets were launched and landed within the Gaza Strip,” the military said on July 30. (World Tribune)

Elder of Ziyon reports:  
I have been on a bit of a rant about Gaza reporters giving only one side of the story.  A Facebook post by Israeli media figure Michael Grynszpan described how Hamas is controlling the message conveyed by the international media:

Islamists abducted Wall St. Journal reporter Daniel Pearl
investigating the World Trade Center bombings in 
Pakistan 2002 (Courtesy
I met today with a Spanish journalist who just came back from Gaza. We talked about the situation there. He was very friendly. I asked him how comes we never see on television channels reporting from Gaza any Hamas people, no gunmen, no rocket launcher, no policemen.. We only see civilians on these reports, mostly women and children.
He answered me frankly: “It’s very simple, we did see Hamas people there launching rockets, they were close to our hotel, but if ever we dared pointing our camera on them they would simply shoot at us and kill us.”
Wooh, impressive. Then I asked him “would you mind saying that on camera? I can film you explaining this…”
For some reason I cannot really understand he refused and almost ran away. I guess my camera is as dangerous as Hamas threats…
“So just for you to know, the truth will never appear on the images you see on television,” Grynszpan concluded.
World Affairs journalist Michael Totten tells DemoCast of  his experience with Hamas' conditions that distort honest reportage from Palestine.


With the mainstream American and International Press desperately looking to find a moral equivalency between the U.S.-deemed terror organization Hamas and the State of Israel, media reports have been quick to point the finger at the Jewish State for Palestinian civilian causalities, especially the tragic deaths of children in Gaza. 
But journalists who haves left the Hamas controlled territory – no longer fearing retaliation from the militant group – are confirming Israel’s claims that Hamas is operating out of hospitals and firing rockets from civilian neighborhoods – using their citizens as human shields – killing their fellow Palestinians when rocket attacks don’t reach Israel and detonate in Gaza. 
 Italian journalist Gabriele Barbati took to Twitter Tuesday and reported:
The Jerusalem Correspondent for Radio Popolare Milano, and former correspondent for Beijing’s Sky Italia, also backed up an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) spokesman claim that Hamas rockets, not IDF strikes, hit the United Nations run Shati refugee camp, killing nine children.

Cornell Law School professor William Jacobson asks on the website Legal Insurrection: “How many more of the civilian casualties have been caused by Hamas and Islamic rockets that fell short or misfired?”
Jacobson, who serves as Director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell, raises a question all responsible journalists need to be asking and stipulating when they report casualties from the Gaza Strip. But as more reports of journalist intimidation from Hamas are revealed, it’s clear honest and objective reporting is nowhere to be found in the Hamas-controlled territory.