Reactions From The Taliba To The Success Of The Candidate Of The ‘Ikhwan-ul-Muslimeen (The Muslim Brotherhood)

25 June 2012

By Al-Ikhwan Al-Mujahidun

In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful.

The election committee of Egypt announced Dr. Muhammad Mursi as president in the ongoing election the previous day. Egypt has a pivotal role in the Middle East and the election of Dr. Muhammad Mursi, the candidate of the Ikhwan-ul-Muslimeen as the president is a great change on the Middle Eastern level and generally on the international level which carry the hopes of positive changes for the Islamic Emirate.

The success of the Islamic Government in Egypt is considered to be the strongest blow in the Middle East and the whole world to the American and Zionist expansionism. May the Muslim Nation of Egypt and their newly elected government take good advantage of this important occasion and historical victory in the defense and achievement of the interests of the Islamic Ummah.

Therefore the Islamic Emirate congratulates the Muslim Nation of the brotherly country Egypt and their elected president Dr. Muhammad Mursi on this glorious occasion and presents its best wishes.

The leadership of the Islamic Emirate prays to Allah Almighty that the newly elected government of Egypt serves its nation in the best possible way and on the whole successfully and legitimately defends the Islamic issues on the Muslim world level.

The Islamic Emirate appreciates all those supports rendered to the Afghans by the brotherly country of Egypt during the Russian occupation and similarly thanks from the core of heart the International Al-Azhar University for all those stances condemning the current occupation of the Americans and their atrocities.


In Egypt, Arab Spring Replaced by Military Dictatorship

While competing candidates each declared victory following the presidential election, Egypt's military made clear just who is in charge of the country, which has been trying to transition towards democracy. Hours after the polls closed, marking the first presidential balloting since the fall of dictator Hosni Mubarak, the ruling military council, led by Hussein Tantawi, issued a temporary constitution that granted the generals broad powers and reduced the president to little more than a figurehead.

The announcement came after Egyptian media sources declared Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, the winner of the election. Former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq also claimed victory. But it was the apparent success of Morsi that likely prompted the military to assert its dominance, for fear of the Muslim Brotherhood taking control of the government. Four months ago, the military dissolved Parliament after the Muslim Brotherhood won control of the legislative body. Under the new constitution, the generals have control of all laws and the national budget, as well as immunity from any oversight.

"The new constitutional declaration completed Egypt's official transformation into a military dictatorship," Hossam Bahgat, director of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, wrote in an online commentary. Nathan Brown, an Egypt expert at George Washington University, told The New York Times that the military's move amounted to a coup "in many obvious ways. He added: "It brings back martial law and protects the military from any public, presidential or parliamentary scrutiny. And it perpetuates the generals' dominance of the political system." In the wake of international condemnation, the leaders of the Egyptian military softened the tone of their statements, but there was no indication that they intended to change their actions.


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