Secretary of State Clinton Announced Thursday the Administration Is Sending $1.5 Billion Military Aid to the Muslim Brotherhood Regime in Egypt.
The law doesn’t matter to the outlaw Obama regime—they do what they want. Their term in this case is “waive” the law.
. . . a senior State Department official confirmed Clinton would on Friday waive a requirement, recently passed by Congress . . . . for Egypt’s government to support a transition to democracy in order for U.S. military aid to continue.
“On the basis of America’s national security interests, she (Clinton) will waive legislative conditions related to Egypt’s democratic transition, allowing for the continued flow of ‘Foreign Military Financing’ to Egypt,” the official said.
The move reflects “our overarching goal: to maintain our strategic partnership with an Egypt made stronger and more stable by a successful transition to democracy,” the official said, asking not to be named.
Violating (oh, excuse me—“waiving”) the law is not enough in one day. Lying about the nature of the Egyptian government was also necessary. Remember, on the very day Mubarak fell, a top Muslim Brotherhood official announced in an interview . . . . that the organization wants Shariah law in Egypt.
Islam in Europe reported:
Issam Al Aryan, spokesperson of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, said in an interview with VRT that the MB wants to legislate Shariah law, with court supervision, of course.
The Rubin Report added: The Muslim Brotherhood’s aim is to restore a caliphate, a global religious government aimed at fighting the `non-believers’ (specifically, Christians, Hindus, and Jews) and at spreading Islam. The group opposed the existence of any secular states in all Muslim societies throughout the Middle East.
In the 13 Months since the MB and the even more radical Islamist Al-Nur party have won 76% of the vote in the various elections. Further, last week the MB proclaimed Israel their number 1 enemy.
Egypt’s Islamist-dominated parliament unanimously voted on Monday in support of expelling Israel’s ambassador in Cairo and halting gas exports to the Jewish state.
The motion is largely symbolic, because only the ruling military council can make such decisions, and it is not likely to impact Egypt’s relations with Israel. But it signals the seismic change in Egypt after the ouster of longtime leader and Israel ally Hosni Mubarak a year ago in a popular uprising that ended his 29 years in power.
The vote was taken by a show of hands on a report by the chamber’s Arab affairs committee that declared Egypt will “never” be a friend, partner or ally of Israel. The report described Israel as the nation’s “number one enemy” and endorsed what it called Palestinian resistance “in all its kinds and forms” against Israel’s “aggressive policies.”
The Obama administration is officially proclaiming their “overarching goal: to maintain our strategic partnership” with a country adopting Shariah law and proclaiming Israel their number 1 enemy. That, fellow Patriots, is your government in 2012.