Skip to comments.Virtually Absent From US Press Coverage of Egypt’s Constitution/Referendum: About Sharia Law
Posted on 12/16/2012 9:40:36 PM PST by Olog-hai
As voting on Egypts constitution begins, an Associated Press story this morning by Aya Batrawy and Sarah El Deeb typifies how the U.S. press is only nibbling around the edges of its content. The headline reads EGYPTIANS VOTE ON ISLAMIST-BACKED CONSTITUTION. In the storys content, the pair found an 23 year-old Egyptian engineer who told them, in their words, that he felt the proposed constitution needed more, not less, Islamic content, and expressed a belief that All laws have to be in line with Shariah.
Nice misdirection there. As Andrew McCarthy, arguably the most important prosecutor in the War on Terror and among the most authoritative writers anywhere on the dangers of Jihad, explained at PJ Media on Wednesday morning, and as much of the non-U.S. press accurately comprehends, the proposed constitution is about institutionalizing sharia in Egypt, and the last-minute splitting of the vote, originally scheduled for only today but now taking place today and next Saturday, is about ensuring its victory at the polls.
(Excerpt) Read more at newsbusters.org ...
Who could have seen that coming?
When a muslim kids sings Arabic prayers in front of podium that has the presidential seal on the front of it, the nation is screwed. It’s over. Sorry to be so pessimistic but I’ve only seen it get worse and worse and worse.