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Anniversary of the Camp David Betrayal
How Begin-Sadat-Carter Got Away with it
WERE the SEEDS of
Sown in the RECOGNITION of
by Buut Shikan (Idol Breaker)
September 17 was the anniversary of the Camp David betrayal 25 years back.
In this move, Israel and the
successfully neutralized Egypt, the only Arab country capable of putting up
conventional military resistance to Israel.
Today when Islam and the U.S. are in open confrontation, many Arab and
Muslim readers may not realize what happened in those days of shame. That
was the height of the "SECULAR ARAB" epoch when every Arab regime had an
anti-Islam leadership but had peoples' support owing to heavy Arab
nationalistic rhetoric. The rhetoric did not let the Arab masses realize
that their leaders had been successfully coopted by the friends of Israel,
if not by Israel itself.
Owing to this over-confidence among the Arab regimes, Sadat decided to let
the cat out of the bag. He revealed what most Arabs did not know: The
rulers were working with Israel and the U.S. Sadat pretended that he was
taking a giant step for PEACE when he carried out the supposedly
spontaneous visit to Israel. It was a slap in the face of the Arab and
Muslim peoples carried out by a dictator who had the utmost contempt for
his own people.
[King Hussain of Jordan, who had been secretly meeting Israeli
intelligence for years, pretended that he was not happy with Sadat's
visit! It was a well-orchestrated response along with other sold-out Arab
Those AMERICANS WHO GENUINELY BELIEVE IN DEMOCRACY should consider the
obscenity and enormity of Sadat's "peace" with Israel. SADAT DID NOT
BOTHER TO ASK THE EGYPTIAN PEOPLE whether they would support his move.
On September 17, 2003 DURING A DISCUSSION OF THE CAMP DAVID accords, which
flowed naturally from Sadat's "spontaneous visit, President Carter
admitted that SECRETLY CROWN PRINCE FAHD of Saudi
supported the Camp David accord but in public claimed that he was opposed
to it. Fahd called Carter to show his support.
The PEACE with Israel removed Egypt from the struggle to free
Since then Egypt has concentrated on subduing its own people. The Islamic
movement in Egypt was radicalized by these great acts of betrayal. The
MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD (Ikhwan) which had become a middle class movement of
intellectuals became irrelevant to the struggle against Israel. New
movements emerged to face the increasing brutality of suppression by the
Sadat was killed by Khalid al-Islambouli, who was hailed as the hero of
the Islamic movement. Egyptians were expected to mourn Sadat, the man of
peace. There was no mourning in Egypt on the day of Sadat's funeral.
Instead heavily armed police forces guarded major mosques and Sadat was
buried in a small ceremony under the tightest possible security.
The new dictator HOSNI
turned with great vengeance on the Islamic movement. The powerful
Dr. Omar Abdel Rahman,
a blind scholar of the
spiritual leader of al-Gamaa al-Islamiyya, mobilized the Egyptian masses,
the poor and the oppressed, against the Egyptian dictator. Tens of
thousands of Egyptians were arrested by MUBARAK. Torture, murder and rape
by Egyptian "security forces" was the order of the day.
Among those arrested was a very young physician named AYMAN al-ZAWAHIRI.
Today he is said to be in
Shaikh Omar Abdel Rahman taught uprising only against the Egyptian
dictator. He did not teach against America. In fact, under relentless
oppression by Mubarak, he took refuge in America and was then cleverly
entrapped by an Egyptian intelligence officer who was paid a $1,000,000
by the FBI to carry out the operation. Today Dr. Abdel Rahman is in a
maximum security prison in Colorado, sentenced to life in prison as a
MUBARAK IS PAID $2.8 BILLION EVERY YEAR by the U.S. to keep the Egyptian
people under the boots of tyranny and torture by the largest police
apparatus in the Arab world.
Sooner or later, the impact of the "recognition of Israel" by Sadat and
the funding of Mubarak by the U.S. must have reached an Egyptian who did
not look like a "fundamentalist." His name was Muhammad Atta.
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