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Knight Of Shadows

Is Egypt Heading Toward Algerian Scenario ?

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Algeria in the early 1992 when the army decided to cancel elections that an Islamic party was poised to win.

the military interfered with free elections and stopped them while islamic party was unto the win

and it's exactly the same method happened in egypt

where military isolated elected president and put him out of the power

a president that belonged to islamic party as well

so there is sometype of agreement that islamists should not reach power

given the knowledge of countries in middle east of islamic majority

it's only logical that islamic power would win elections in democratic way

but the military keep interfer and dictate things into secular map road

and wave of violence happens against muslims and eventally they are suppressed

" by them i mean the people "

a look at egypt it's exactly the same path as algeria

one army leader dictate the course of democratic rule and force it to course in favor of another part

and violence already started and recieved a widespread condems

it took form of army killing islamic supporters protestors

so does this going to lead into wide spread middle east war

who's parts are islamic power and secular dictatorship ?

and does preventing muslims from ruling their countries justify the existance and supporting of dictatorship ?

would love to hear people opinions on the matter , politically , and morally

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Algeria in the early 1992 when the army decided to cancel elections that an Islamic party was poised to win.

the military interfered with free elections and stopped them while islamic party was unto the win

and it's exactly the same method happened in egypt

where military isolated elected president and put him out of the power

a president that belonged to islamic party as well

so there is sometype of agreement that islamists should not reach power

given the knowledge of countries in middle east of islamic majority

it's only logical that islamic power would win elections in democratic way

but the military keep interfer and dictate things into secular map road

and wave of violence happens against muslims and eventally they are suppressed

" by them i mean the people "

a look at egypt it's exactly the same path as algeria

one army leader dictate the course of democratic rule and force it to course in favor of another part

and violence already started and recieved a widespread condems

it took form of army killing islamic supporters protestors

so does this going to lead into wide spread middle east war

who's parts are islamic power and secular dictatorship ?

and does preventing muslims from ruling their countries justify the existance and supporting of dictatorship ?

would love to hear people opinions on the matter , politically , and morally

KoS I think that widespread war there has been foretold. If the majority of the people in Egypt want to live under Sharia and want an Islamic system then they will have it eventually. But what about the minorities? And I include al Nour (Salafis) in this also. Democracy doesn't work for Islam. Free elections means ONE election, then one group dominates the rest until they are overthrown through bloody struggle of shifting alliances. All I can say is that if I lived there and I and my family were told to live by Sharia or die, well at least I'd take a few with me, you know? Bottom line is that Muslims don't seem to work and play well with others (even other Muslims) for long. I don't mean to offend you or your culture but that is how I see it as an outsider.

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KoS I think that widespread war there has been foretold. If the majority of the people in Egypt want to live under Sharia and want an Islamic system then they will have it eventually. But what about the minorities? And I include al Nour (Salafis) in this also. Democracy doesn't work for Islam. Free elections means ONE election, then one group dominates the rest until they are overthrown through bloody struggle of shifting alliances. All I can say is that if I lived there and I and my family were told to live by Sharia or die, well at least I'd take a few with me, you know? Bottom line is that Muslims don't seem to work and play well with others (even other Muslims) for long. I don't mean to offend you or your culture but that is how I see it as an outsider.

the main agenda is " a civil state " not islamic sharia laws

those are to be applied but even that is refused by seculars

they want to rule over muslims my military force which i believe muslims here showed great resistance

egypt has been under sharia laws " regarding marriage and heritage " since dawn of times

it's nothing new .. the islamic parties bring nothing new .. same civil state with marriage and hertiage according to sharia

that's how it always been .. no one was forcing full sharia law

it's same as algerian events muslims win in free elections and pushed aside by force by minorties and military

but i have feeling people are no longer willing to stand for this injustice done against them

many years are quiet enough

by the way .. salafis are siding with muslims after recent events

after all they're muslims as well

i think it would be interesting to see what develop in coming month

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