Sticky post

Major US Communications Conference Launches Character Assassination Campaign Against Me Following Criticism of Islamists By Irina Tsukerman

Amidst massive deplatforming of critics, dissenters, and opposing perspectives in the academia, on social media, and among other educational and cultural institutions, organizations aimed at promoting the study and discussions would appear to stand out as bulwarks of a free … Continue reading Major US Communications Conference Launches Character Assassination Campaign Against Me Following Criticism of Islamists By Irina Tsukerman

Bombings Expected on Friday in Cairo According to Intercepted Phone Call From Turkey.

An intercepted phone call from muslim brotherhood member Ali Batikh who belongs to the “Hasm” movement considered the armed group of the Muslim Brotherhood. In his phone call to sleeping cells in Egypt he said that “The brothers in Turkey are very proud of your efforts so far and that we have a big surprize that will shake Cairo and ignite the protests for sure”. additionally, In his phone call he said “stay away from churches and synagogues” adding “We will have the support and sympathy of the whole world” which indicates how much of the mainstream media they control. … Continue reading Bombings Expected on Friday in Cairo According to Intercepted Phone Call From Turkey.

How Egypt’s Fake Protests Could Become Real

Today an Egyptian dissident living in Spain called for a protest in Egypt against President Abdel Fattah El Sisi. Mohammad Ali’s Twitter account @MohamedSecrets was created this month. On the ninth of September to be exact. However, He miraculously managed to gain 143.2K Followers! He is not a politician who suddenly became president. There are many dissidents around the world against their governments. No one can achieve what Mohammad Ali has achieved in terms of followers. To cause a protest is not going to happen without media attention. After examining the first responders to Mohammad Ali’s call for protests in … Continue reading How Egypt’s Fake Protests Could Become Real