It could be a deliberate, but brilliant plan to spread misinformation on the part of the Mubarak regime and his military to the masses packed in Liberation Square in Cairo that the left media misinterpreted to mean that President Muburak was stepping down, to see just where it goes.
An Egyptian army commander, Hassan al-Roweny, told protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Thursday that "Everything you want will be realized," a Reuters witness said.
Roweny addressed protesters from a stage erected in the square, calling on protesters to sing the national anthem and keep Egypt safe.According to President Mubarak’s statement to his people today, Mubarak is not stepping down any time soon, but he will stay in office until the September elections but will transfer power to the country's newly-appointed vice president. Listen to President's Mubarak's address to his people today in the below video.
Any regime change cannot be carried out in a hurried fashion as the protesters and opposition are demanding. Worse chaos would erupt as the 'power grabbers' fight for control. While change in Egypt is definitely needed, I think the protesters need to listen to their President at this critical time who has stated he has started the ball rolling to implement change in Egypt's constitution, and will step down in September.
Meanwhile, appeaser Obama has refused to condemn the Muslim Brotherhood, which has ties to Hamas and Al-Qaida; and is a dangerous radical organization that's being downplayed by Obama and his administration , who says it will play a small part in any government coalition, which is utter suicide for any government and its people. Radical islam is not just a danger to Egypt, but to the United States of America and the entire world and the last thing Egypt needs is for the Muslim Brotherhood to have a say in its government operations. Concerned Americans and Christians all over the world need to watch and pray as these events unfold in Egypt, because untimately, the entire world will be affected adversey if the Muslim Brotherhood gains a foothold in the Egyptian government, which President Mubarak has banned for 30 years.
Interestingly, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has threatened the US that his kingdom will prop up the tottering regime of the Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak, if the US withdraws its aid program, worth $US1.5 billion a year, The Times has reported.
In what the paper said was a testy phone call between the king and Barack Obama on January 29, he reportedly told the US President that he should not humiliate Mr Mubarak.
Saudi Arabia said it would step in to support Mr Mubarak if the White House tried to force rapid change in Egypt.
''Mubarak and King Abdullah are not just allies, they are close friends, and the king is not about to see his friend cast aside and humiliated," a source in Riyadh told the London newspaper. Read more
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