Tuesday, April 10, 2012

El Naschie struggles to stay center-stage

Several news outlets are reporting this story which originates with Seventh Day. Original Arabic or Google's English translation.

El Naschie says Omar Suleiman, the spy chief under Mubarak, is the only one who can provide the leadership Egypt needs. He calls upon the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party and the Salafist Al-Nour Party to support Suleiman.

He also says that after Suleiman's four-year term, the next president should be no older than 45 years and should have a military background.

The article concludes by saying that El Naschie was the official candidate of the Egypt Arab Socialist Party before withdrawing in favor of Suleiman, which isn't true at all. He tried to sneak in but he never was their candidate. He makes things up.

The MB and the Salfists don't care what El Naschie says and they wouldn't ever support Suleiman. El Naschie is being an attention-seeking moron as usual.

Some of the chat forums carrying this story are full of frowny-face and weepy emoticons, expressing consternation at El Naschie's sudden support for the hated Mubarak regime remnant Suleiman.

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1 comment:

  1. Washington Post reports that 10 of the 23 presidential candidates have been disqualified, including Muslim Brotherhood candidate Khairat el-Shater, Salafist presidential candidate Hazem Abu Ismail, and former Egyptian intelligence chief Omar Suleiman, El Naschie's favorite. What will the great man do?!

    These were major players so this is a big deal.

    (By the way the Washington Post mixes up el-Shater and Ismail in the photo caption.)