A Message From Egypt To Scarlett Johansson

Who is Scarlett Johansson? Personally, I haven’t heard of Scarlett Johansson until today. When I Googled her name, I discovered that she is an American actress and singer. But the search on Google did not mention at all that she has changed her profession from acting and singing to a politician, and that she is now specialized specifically and exclusively …

Is there anything else the US is concerned about except terrorists safety?

The US administration declared on 17/5/2015 that they are deeply concerned about the death penalty on Muslim Brotherhood terrorists, after the Egyptian criminal court sentenced former head Mohamed Morsi and others to death penalty in the case known as “escape from Wadi Alnatron prison during the 25th of Jan 2011 events”. In addition, the US administration expressed there deepest concerns, by yet another mass …

I denied myself the right to cry

Every time there was an army or police soldier or Egyptian citizen martyr assassinated by the cowards Muslim Brotherhood mercenaries with cold blood, I used to cry because I’m a mother like all mothers…Not necessarily to have a precious son or daughter killed by terrorist, to feel what other mothers hearts feel, when they lose the light of their eyes… …

The executive director of Muslim American Society threats to shut me up

Khalilah Sabra, The executive director of Muslim American Society threats to shut me up. Khalilah Sabra is the executive director of Muslim American Society, immigrant Justice Center, for human rights, women rights, immigrants rights, minority and marginalized rights, international justice and non discrimination. In addition, She received International Human Rights Award, December 12, 2013, on and non-discrimination! Khalilah Sabra was recruited by the Muslim …

A message from Egyptians to the US working group against Egypt

In response to the Washington Post article dated 3/4/2015, titled “Obama embraces the Nixon Doctrine in Egypt“, written by Robert Kagan, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a contributing columnist for The Post and Michele Dunne, senior associate at the Middle East Program of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. They are co-chairs of the bipartisan Working Group against Egypt. (For those …