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Welcome Back Hosni (Part 2)

For stability, you can't go wrong with Mubarak.
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Back in June I predicted we would see a military coup in Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood members killed, Morsi who knows where, and Mubarak back in the reins.

The first 3 have happened, and now I just read in JewishPress.com that Mubarak may be out of jail in less than a week.

Meanwhile the NYTimes is blaming Israel for wanting the Egyptian military back in charge, instead of Islamic radicals.

I find that amusing, because America should want it too - if they wanted a stable, functioning Egypt and to keep the peace treaty viable (which they are guarantors for).

But unfortunately, Obama seems to think the Muslim Brotherhood is the way to go, so he keeps betting on their apocalyptic horse, and if he can’t get Islam in control over Egypt, well, then he’ll try to bring them into power in Judea and Samaria by creating an opening for Hamas to take over there.

Anyway, the point of this post is simply to toot my own horn, and thank the blogger, Daled Amos, for reminding me of my Mubarak prediction.

About the Author: JoeSettler blogs at The Muqata.blogspot.com and occasionally on his own blog at JoeSettler.blogspot.com.


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6 Responses to “Welcome Back Hosni (Part 2)”

  1. The Guardian says:

    Hey Joe, Obama says the MB is largely a secular movement that should be encouraged to participate in the democratic process. He hosts them at the White House all the time. He appoints them to administrative positions. He may even play one-on-one basketball with them. I hear he also loves their playful sense of humor and greatly admires their ballroom dancing. So what are you worried about?

  2. When it comes to the Arab world, you have to have a pick your poison attitude. As such, I thought it was a mistake for Obama to push for Mubarak to be ousted in the first place. Mubarak was keeping the peace and developed a good relationship with Israel. In addition, Mubarak would not allow Egypt to be a staging ground for terrorist attacks against Israel, and provided the United States with useful information that they wouldn't have been able to get otherwise. But, Mubarak became a casualty because he didn't fit into Obama's plans of his vision of a destabilized and more dangerous middle east for Israel. Obama's antics ruined this productive relationship. I don't think Mubarak is going to be too eager to help the United States after Obama pushed for his ousting that sent him to jail. Of course it doesn't help matters when you have weak leadership from Netanyahu. The experiment in Egypt that blew up in Obama's face should prove to him that he needs to mind his own business and stay out of other countries affairs. Obama bends over backwards for the Arabs and they don't like him. In fact, I remember seeing signs in Egypt saying that Obama should stay out of Egypt's affairs from the Egyptian people. As I have said on several occasions, here in America we have many serious problems, a seventeen trillion dollar debt, high unemployment, and political gridlock. As president, Obama should be working on these problems. Instead, he gets involved in the middle east. Any responsible president would have said to the house and senate, there will be no five week vacation. We are going to sit in Washington and get these serious problems worked out. Also, I wouldn't worry about the New York Times. I went on their site yesterday to respond to their criticism of Israel and saw big ads from al jazeera.

  3. MichaelHanniMorcos says:

    i like the comment of a cobra and a mongoose to cater to the mice.    thank you.

  4. bernadot says:

    Unless Kerry removes himself from being a third party at the
    peace negotiations’ table Netanyahu should withdraw Israel’s participation.
    Kerry has caught Netanyahu in his weak point, that of the fear of the political
    isolation of Israel should the U.S. turns its back on her. Netanyahu is finding
    himself to have to decide between appeasing Obama and thereby endanger the
    future of Israel by allowing the Arabs yet another attempt on Israel probably
    with the help of Iran, or take the risk of raising the ire of Obama who has
    been waitingfor such an
    opportunity to blame all that is happening in the M East squarely on
    Israel.But Obama cannot do
    whatever he wants and he has much to risk for his legacy if he indeed throws
    Israel under the bus. He has the Congress watching him closely and he may be
    found guilty for using Israel’s disobedience as a cover-up on his failed
    domestic and foreign policies. Let Kerry threaten as much as he wants but
    definitely not endanger the existence of Israel or having to be involved in a
    devastating war that may cripple the country to a halt.

  5. The four horsemen of the apocalipse: Carter Obama, Clinton and Kerry visions: Iran, Bengahzi, Syria and now Egypt equal near to WWWIII, perhaps Obama want a third period like Roosevelt.

  6. oldwatusi says:

    Intelligent American agree with the article.  We DO want Mubarak back (if he is able health wise).  Isn’t it ironic that Mubarak was able to see and keep The Muslim Brotherhood impotent – but was removed.  A year or so later Egypt wises up and wants him back and the Brotherhood gone.  Obama is NOT the U.S. as far as feelings, desires and love of Country. He is a ‘wannabe Muslim Brother” in his choices of support and actions.  He is an activist that is taking down a great Country.  Hopefully, we will have the same 3 things come about for us.  Do you think it possible???

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