The zionist inspired narrative since Friday night has been that the popular revolt against the Mubarak regime in Egypt has been orchestrated by the Muslim Brotherhood or some other spectral radical or Islamist group.
The truth is that the Muslim Brotherhood refused to initially support the anti-Mubarak movement, instructing their members not to join street protests.
The zionist lobby in all its shapes and forms, from politicians, media analysts and commentators have been falling over themselves to decry that a “Khomeni” style Islamist regime is poised to take over Egypt.
The worry for the Israelis is that it’s chief ally in the region, Jordan, is in itself in a precarious state and that a successful overthrow in Egypt could spread there.
The zionists persecution complex dictates that if (and it’s a big if) the ineffectual Muslim Brotherhood gain power in Egypt it would likely mean not only a stronger Hamas in Gaza but also in the West Bank, currently run by the zionist sponsored Fatah-dominated Palestinian Authority, as well as in Jordan, meaning Israel would feel surrounded in a way it has not in decades.
Let’s stay sane for just a second, CNN’s Egypt correspondent Ben Wedeman nailed it on the head, with a simple tweet, there is no Islamist threat, so move on from this lame conspiracy theory.