Four days of brutal bombings has passed on our people in Gaza by the monstrous Jewish entity, yet we did not hear a statement from the President of the Republic, Abdel Fatah As-Sissi; who still in his televised interviews repeat the song "Masaft As-Sika (we are on the way)" to protect the Arab and Gulf security, as if neighboring Gaza to the Egyptian border is not part of the "Arab Security" and not even part of "the Egyptian National Security".
وَسَكَنْتُمْ فِي مَسَاكِنِ الَّذِينَ ظَلَمُوا أَنْفُسَهُمْ
"And you inhabited the dwellings of those who wronged themselves"
It is, with no doubt, the same old regime, even if it appeared in a new garment represented by the presidency of the previous defense minister, Marshal Abdul Fattah as-Sisi. They are the same slogans, even if they appeared harsher because of the dilemma that the current regime is suffering from. "War Against Terrorism" is the same slogan that Mubarak used to raise its banner for decades, where he used to repeat during his ruling his call to the world to hold an international conference for the war against "terrorism". Egypt still falls under the American guardianship, as it was before under all the previous regimes.
O Muslims: Establish Your Khilafah. By it Alone your Shariah is Implemented and in it Alone is your Legitimacy
The Presidential Elections Commission, headed by Judge Anwar al-Asi, announced in a press conference on Tuesday evening 03/06, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi winning the position of president of the Republic of Egypt. Al-Sisi gained 23,780,104 votes with a percentage of 96.9%, of the votes. The Electoral Commission announced that the turnout in the presidential elections was 47.45% of the total eligible voters, with 25,578,190 people voted.
After a few days, particularly on the 26th and 27th of this month, the struggle over the presidential seat in Egypt will be resolved, which already has been resolved in advance for the former Defense Minister, Field Marshal Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi. Because the rival candidate realizes that the visa to sit on this chair is the satisfaction of America, he wanted to pass a message to America and the West that he is able to fight what America and the West calls it terrorism, which means in the Western terminology: 'the war on Islam'. Especially in light of the growing trend of the Ummah towards its real project for revival; the great Khilafah project, which haunts the West and deprives it of sleep.
As it is widely reported by media that the Egypt court in El Minya, about 200 km from Cairo has recommended the death penalty for 683 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood including the leader of its group Mohamed Badie on 28th of April 2014. It is the second mass verdict after violent protests against the deposing of President Morsi last year. The court also instructs to confiscate Muslim Brotherhood's quarters and declares its activities as illegal. Following the overthrow of President Morsi, thousands of Muslim Brotherhood members have been arrested. Morsi, the deposed president, is also prosecuted in the cases against him. He will get death penalty if proven guilty.
According to official data issued by the Egyptian Ministry of Finance, this week the Ministry borrowed around 21 billion pounds through local debt agencies, represented in bonds and treasury bonds with different time limits. Dr. Ali Lutfi, former Prime Minister, revealed in a statement days ago that "the Central Bank has committed the ugliest crime against the rights of the economy, when it printed 22 billion pounds, an issue that is considered disastrous to the national economy." And the Ministry of Finance had announced, on Sunday February 1st, that the overall local public debt had reached around 1.488 trillion pounds (215 billion dollars) last December. The Ministry added in a financial report that the total local public debt had reached %72.6 of the GDP last December. According to the same official report, the total foreign debt had reached 47.01 billion dollars by last September.
These days, the third anniversary of the Egyptian revolution passes by. Strangely, those that turned against the revolution and returned the symbols of the former regime to the foreground, are the ones who are invited to celebrate its memory, despite the fact that some of those now celebrating the anniversary of the revolution formerly used to call it "the 25th January Setback". Had they not known that their alleged 30th June revolution was only to restore the repressive police state, the state of Mubarak and his entourage, they would not have decided to mobilize 260 thousand policemen to secure the celebration, including officers, members and soldiers from the departments of criminal investigation, rescue, traffic, central security, special operations, and civil protection. They also would not have mobilized 180 formations from the central security, 120 reserve formations and 500 battle forces, in addition to dozens of modernly armored, two-towered vehicles. Are all of these forces being prepared to secure the celebration, or to cause intimidation in a fierce war?!
Women's Rights in Egypt's New Constitution are Worthless as Dust because they are born from a Regime that terrorises its Daughters
On 28th December 2013, the Associated Press and other media reported that female students at Al-Azhar University, protesting against the oppressive rule of Egypt's brutal military regime were assaulted by Egyptian security forces. Riot police raided the prestigious Islamic institution on Saturday to break up protests and fired teargas at the crowd, turning the centre of Islamic learning into a battlefield. In one incident, it was reported that plainclothes security with sticks grabbed a woman by her veil, then kicked and manhandled her away. Other footage and pictures also show female students being brutally beaten and terrorized by security forces, one student being dragged away in a headlock by a police officer, while a video from a previous demonstration at the institution shows a man with a wooden board with nails attacking female protestors. The Interior Ministry stated that 15 women had been arrested during this recent crackdown. All this is taking place at a time when the regime is preparing the ground for a referendum in January on a new draft Egyptian constitution which mentions the guarantee of various political, economic, and social rights for women, including ironically protection to women from "any form of violence". This clearly does not include state-instigated violence! What hope can the women of Egypt ever have for a secure and dignified future from a secular constitution and system born from and ruled over by a dictatorship that carries a total disregard for the dignity of its daughters and unleashes its forces to terrorise, abuse, and arrest them in the most brutal fashion for simply raising their voices against oppression?
O People in Egypt: Your Constitution Must be Derived from the Book of your Lord and the Sunnah of your Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم
On Saturday 12/14/2013, Interim President Adli Mansour in his speech declared that the referendum on a new constitution for the country will be conducted on 14 and 15 January. The interim president had received the new constitution in the third of this month; according to the Declaration of the amended Constitution, the maximum time for the referendum of the new draft constitution should have been the second of next month, but it seems that the interim president - a man of law - did not pay attention to this, or perhaps - and this is more likely - that a date for the referendum on the constitution was chosen for him on the basis of suitable calculations that have nothing to do with him.
Question: For months now there has been continuous violence in Egypt from killings, arrests, vandalism and destruction on the streets and squares. Normal life has been suspended, and people have been divided into two obvious groups. Mediators from the United States, Europe, and even Russia have appeared in this atmosphere and began to form contacts with Egypt, it is not farfetched that even China may intervene! Similarly some local mediators have intervened, partisan and non-partisan from stakeholders on the inside to attempt mediation and reform ...but without reaching a result. It attracted our attention that Hizb ut Tahrir, which is trusted and respected by everybody who knows it, did not intervene, neither for mediation nor for reform or reconciliation. Surely the Messenger's صلى الله عليه وسلم saying is not unknown to them: