August 27 2012, on The Frank Gaffney Show on Secure Freedom Radio
With Mark Durie, Cynthia Farahat, Bill Cowan, and Gordon Chang
Australian Vicar MARK DURIE explains the theological aspects of Shariah and jihad with respect to the recent green-on-blue attacks in Afghanistan.
CYNTHIA FARAHAT of the Center for Security Policy talks about the recent uprises in Egypt, the people are no longer happy with the Muslim Brotherhood’s rule.
Former SpecOps warrior BILL COWAN explains the need for operational security and how the Obama Administration has been using classified information in order to bolster favorability.
Asian analyst GORDON CHANG talks about how China is expanding their territory and the neighboring countries are turning to the US for defense against this growing aggressor.
Canadian Jewish News
Peter Rothholz/JNS.org, Tuesday, August 28, 2012
EAST HAMPTON, NY — “Islam is a political doctrine, not a religion, and America needs to speak out to make sure that Cairo does not turn into another Tehran.” (Correction: I stated that when Islamic Shariah law is the system of governance which is a theocracy, Islam no longer represent itself as a religion but a political doctrine. And America needs to be on the right side of the equation before Cairo turns into Tehran.)
That is the warning recently delivered by Egyptian-born Cynthia Farahat, 31, the advocacy director at Coptic Solidarity, co-founder of the Liberal Egyptian Party (which merged with the Egyptian Democratic Party to form the Egyptian Social Democratic Party in March 2011), and senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy.
Speaking on the state of Coptic Christians and other Egyptian minorities to an overflow audience of Christians and Jews at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons in East Hampton, NY, Farahat said that since Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser came to power in 1952, Christians, like Jews, have been considered “enemies of the state.”
Moreover, when Egypt ceased to be a secular state in 1971, non-Muslims were no longer considered full citizens under Sharia law. With the recent election of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood’s rise to power, “Copts don’t have a chance, and the Brotherhood’s war against us is going to get much worse,” Farahat said.
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