Egypt¶s Risky Fires of Revolution
This revolution could toss Egypt¶s first citizens, the Copts, fromthe frying pan and into the fireJim CroftIt is a drastic mistake for Americans to take a casual view of what is happening in Egypt. It represents far more than oustingthe military dictatorship of President Hosni Mubarak. Hisreplacement will likely be a tragic trade. In short, the demonthat Egypt¶s Christian citizens and the USA have known for thepast 30 years is far better than the demon we don¶t know. It islike Iran¶s Revolution of 1979, only worse. It deposed thecorrupt Shah of Iran, but ushered in the greater woes of thelikes of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Ahmadinejad. Revolution isrisky. It could take the Copts of Egypt and the USA from thefrying pan of hardships with Islam and into the fires of the worstIslam has to offer.Behind the ScenesEgypt¶s situation is being manipulated by malign forces thatmost Americans do not understand and that the current USPresidential Administration chooses not to acknowledge as athreat. It does so because the policy is that Islamists arepeaceful and harmless and have no intentions of alteringanyone¶s way of life. The primary unseen Egyptian manipulatorsare members of the grandfather of all Islamic terrorist groups,the Muslim Brotherhood. If the group gains control, it willcontinue its history of producing terrorists like Osama Bin Ladenand 9/11¶s Mohamed Atta.