July 31, 2021

Egypt: Head Sufi Condemns Obama’s Commitment to Brotherhood and ‘Terrorism’

“President Obama, I call on you to uphold the values of honesty, justice, and respect for the people’s will. Peace”

The Sufi orders of Egypt — representatives of a moderate form of Islam — are the latest segments of Egypt to condemn Barrack Hussein Obama’s flagrant support for the Muslim Brotherhood despite the will of the Egyptian people to be rid of their oppressive rule.Dr. Abdel Hadi al-Qasi, the top leader of Egypt’s Sufi orders, just delivered a message addressed to the U.S. president.

After correctly indicating that he was speaking on behalf of ”millions of Sufis in Egypt,” al-Qasi said, “President Obama, it seems that the U.S. administration, at this current time, instead of choosing to support love, peace, security, and constructive purpose, has chosen to support violence, destruction, vandalism, chaos, and terrorism,” a reference to American (including media) support for the Muslim Brotherhood, which is currently terrorizing Egypt and, as of last count, had destroyed some 80 Christian places of worship.

Indeed, it was under Brotherhood President Morsi that Sufi leader Abdel Hadi al-Qasi’s Shia counterpart, Sheikh Hassan al-Shehata, was ruthlessly slaughtered (see graphic video) — supposedly in accordance with Morsi’s call to assassinate the Shia leader.

Sheikh al-Qasi concluded his message by saying, “Mr President Obama, I call on you to uphold the values of honesty, justice, and respect for the people’s will.  Peace.”

Good luck with that.

CommentsRAYMOND IBRAHIM (RaymondIbrahim.com) is a widely published author, public speaker, and Middle East and Islam expert.  His books include Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians (2013) and The Al Qaeda Reader (2007). His writings, translations, and observations have appeared in a variety of publications, including Fox News, Financial Times, Jerusalem Post, Los Angeles Times, New York Times Syndicate, United Press International, USA Today, Washington Post, Washington Times, and Weekly Standard; scholarly journals, including the Almanac of Islamism, Chronicle of Higher Education, Jane’s Islamic Affairs Analyst, Middle East Quarterly, and Middle East Review of International Affairs; and popular websites, such as American Thinker, the Blaze, Bloomberg, Christian Post, FrontPage Magazine, Gatestone Institute, the Inquisitr, Jihad Watch, NewsMax, National Review Online, PJ Media, VDH’s Private Papers, and World Magazine. He has contributed chapters to several anthologies and been translated into various languages.

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