New York Pro-Morsi Rally Blasts Saudis as ‘Dirtier Than Jews’ (VIDEO)

February 16, 2014 2:26 pm 6 comments

Egypt's Former President Mohamed Morsi. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Egyptian Americans for Democracy and Human Rights (EADHR) has organized rallies throughout the country since last summer, demanding Muslim Brotherhood politician Mohamed Morsi be reinstated as Egypt’s president. Those rallies normally showed a degree of discipline, with chants calling for democracy and expressing love of Morsi himself, with the Muslim Brotherhood going unmentioned.

A recent rally outside the Saudi Arabian consulate in New York City didn’t focus on the Islamist group either. But chants and speeches in Arabic blamed the Saudis for Egypt’s political situation, with some calling on God to destroy the Saudi regime, and allegations they are trying to “sell Egypt to the Jews.”

Watch a video of the rally below:

6 Comments

  • Just a bunch of Muslim Brotherhood adherents living in the US who have no interest whatsoever in democracy or human rights. Ten million Egyptians were out in the street protesting against Morsi who was about to do to Egypt what Hamas has done to Gaza — use the electoral process to gain power, then pass laws to remain in power and adopt Sharia as the law of the land.

  • the americans like the europeans are finding this acceptable. WMD is the only solution, these animals are beyond the pale.

    • Obviously, most Americans do not support the anti-semitic/anti-Israeli crap vomited by these protestors. We do have our Constitution which support the right to express opinions which fall short of screeming “fire” in a crowded theater.

  • I would like to ask those people who rally for Morsi and the Moslem brotherhood:
    WHAT THE H. ARE THEY DOING HERE?
    WHY DON’T THEY GO AND BARK IN EGYPT…….

    • I agree whole hearted lay with you, if they do not like the country they have emigrated too then go back to where they came from. But the problem in the U.S.A is that Obama is Muslim and anything Muslim wether violent in word or deed is taboo. Obama is openly pro Muslim brotherhood and his elder brother is quite senior within this evil Jew/Christian hating organisation. All Western Europe has also fallen under the spell and lie that Islam is a peaceful religion because they accept what the press and news tells them about it. Instead of doing research on the Muslim Faith and seeking out the truth about what it is really all about all western nations have buried their heads in the sand from their governments to the bottom of the pile. When the day comes that Islam does take over the U.S and Europe and they begin to subjugate the masses then those that suffer will only have themselves to blame for not standing up and being counted. Ignorance is no defence they will only have themselves to blame.
      Julia Gillard the ex Australian P.M had the right idea by telling them that they chose to come and live in Australia which is a country based on Christian values and not Muslim ones and if they do not like that then go back to the countries you either fled from or emigrated from. In Australia you abide by Australian laws alone.
      God bless Israel
      Shalom we love you

    • They can “bark’ here in safety.

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