Egypt revolution unfinished, Qaradawi tells Tahrir masses
“Don’t let anyone steal this revolution from you – those hypocrites who will put on a new face that suits them,” he said, speaking to at least 200,000 who gathered for Friday prayers in Tahrir Square, the epicenter of Egypt’s uprising. “The revolution isn’t over. It has just started to build Egypt … guard your revolution.”
This reminds me of the Ayatollah Khomeini when he step of the plane from Paris after having arrived in Tehran ending his 30 year exile.
“I will shoot Allah’s enemies, the Jews, and they will throw a bomb at me, and thus I will seal my life with martyrdom.” The same month, he called on God to “kill them, down to the very last one.”~ Qaradawi 2009
Now that Qaradawi is back and Murbarak is gone it looks like it’s time to party.
Here’s something from Yahoo News.
Egypt officially recognizes moderate Islamic party
CAIRO – A moderate Islamic party outlawed for 15 years was granted official recognition Saturday by an Egyptian court in a sign of increasing political openness after the fall of autocratic President Hosni Mubarak.
Al-Wasat Al-Jadid, or the New Center, was founded in 1996 by activists who split off from the conservative Muslim Brotherhood and sought to create a political movement promoting a tolerant version of Islam with liberal tendencies. Its attempts to register as an official party were rejected four times since then, most recently in 2009.
Of course after the party is over it will be time to take care of business. (Yes this is a play on words)
Things keep developing in Egypt, I wouldn’t surprised if we had Iran part II on our hands.