PRLog - Feb. 17, 2011 - PORT VILA, Vanuatu -- Egyptian born Mohanmmad Ghannam, 39, one of the Muslim Brotherhood’
Ghannam called for ‘Halting passage through the Suez Canal’, besides ‘Civil Disobedience’
As soon as there is a post-Murbarak government, other Brotherhood leaders are saying that Egypt must break peace with Israel.
Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide, Muhammad Mahdi Akef, stated in 2008, that violence against civilians of the kind carried out by Osama Bin Laden, is justified against ‘occupiers’
While it was banned in Egypt for its actions following World War II, it is believed to be a well-organized Muslim force in Egyptian society.
Immediately before the resignation of the Egyptian President, an Iranian Navy flotilla of Islamic Republic of Iran's Khark warship and Alvand destroyer, made history by making a stopover at the Saudi Arabian port, Jedda on the Red Sea. They also made port calls to the Red Sea port of Assab, Eritrea, where unconfirmed reports state that Iran has deployed missiles, of unknown sort, as well as a contingent of troops.
The flotilla was said to be projecting a ‘message of peace and friendship to regional countries’.
Saudi Arabia has long been concerned about the revolutionary activities of Iran, forming a decidedly chilly atmosphere between the two countries.
Questions are being asked if the flotilla will be given permission to traverse the Suez Canal, into the Red Sea, in another history making event.
It is said that Turkey is opting for regional leadership, as Egypt will also do. Both Russian and China will continue to cultivate and back their ‘clients’ in a more prominent manner.
According to sources in the Egyptian Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel is making preparations to welcome Hosni Mubarak into exile after Saudi Arabia rejected overtures. Many in Egypt are demanding Mubarak stand trial for war crimes against the nation.
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