Counter-Revolution and Foreign Interference in Egypt “Detrimental”

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Counter-Revolution in Egypt


Fears of a ‘counter-revolution’ in Egypt …


What we are seeing in Egypt is counter-revolution pure and simple, military hardliners who are going to be friendly with Israel and the US, and are committing gross human rights abuse.

Western backed counter-revolution is going to be sweeping back across the Middle East; do not be distracted by the words of the West, watch the deeds.

It will of course be in the name of secularism.

There is an important correlation between what is happening in Turkey and Egypt.

I made myself unpopular when I pointed out what the media did not tell you, that behind the tiny minority of doe-eyed greens in the vanguard of the Istanbul movement, stood the massed phalanxes of kemalist nationalism, a very ugly beast.

“Secularism” was the cry there too.


Mr. Criag Murrary,




Foreign Interference in Egypt “Detrimental”




The White House’s plan for interfering in Egypt’s domestic unrest would be “detrimental” to the people of the North African country, an analyst said.

“I believe that any discussion about foreign interference in Egypt would be detrimental to the Egyptian people,” editor of Pan-African News Wire Abayomi Azikiwe said in a phone interview with Press TV’s U.S. Desk on Wednesday.

He made the comments after the United States said hundreds of its crisis-response Marines in Europe were positioned to deploy to Egypt in the wake of the country’s unrest.

“I believe that the situation in Egypt should be resolved by the Egyptian people themselves. They should do this in conjunction with the African Union,” Azikiwe said.

“The solution is for the Egyptian people to develop their own government of national unity and to form alliances throughout the African Union,” he added.

This is while anti-government protesters in Egypt blasted U.S. President Barack Obama for continuing to support President Mohamed Morsi after helping him take power following the 2011 revolution. 

The demonstrators say the Obama administration played a key role in contriving the revolution that toppled former president Hosni Mubarak. 

The rallies in Egypt began on Sunday with protesters holding signs such as: “Wake up America, Obama backs a fascist regime in Egypt,” and “Obama Supports Terrorism.” 

The signs also criticized the role of U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson. 

The United States halted its decades-long support for Mubarak after he refused to accept establishing U.S. military bases in the country.



Mr. Abayomi Aziliwe,

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