Mohamed Saad el-Katani, secretary-general of Freedom and Justice Party, appointed speaker during parliament’s 1st session.
Egypt’s Islamist-led parliament voted to appoint a top politician in the Muslim Brotherhood as the new assembly’s speaker, the Brotherhood said on its website, a choice that would have been unthinkable when Hosni Mubarak was in power.
Mohamed Saad el-Katatni, secretary-general of the Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party, was appointed speaker in a vote during the parliament’s first session on Monday, following a raucous debate about whether candidates for the post should be allowed to address the chamber beforehand.
Source: Jerusalem Post
January 30, 1933: Adolf Hitler appointed Chancellor of Germany by President Hindenburg
The revolution in Egypt is similar to the “German revolution” in 1932. But the Islamic Brotherhood got 46 per cent of the votes, The Nazi-Party got only 36 per cent.
Together with a Taliban-style party, the Fascists in Egypt got a two third majority. This is a fruit of the Koran-teaching in mosques all over Egypt.
For then there will be great distress, unequaled from the beginning of the world until now—and never to be equaled again.
When Mohammed El Bardei launched his bid for the post as President of Egypt, his motive was to become a center consensus candidate.
But the Egyptians do not want liberals nor moderate Islamists to rule over them. They demand Sharia Laws.
El Bardei is just like Paul Von Hindenburg.
At the age of 85, The German strongman tried to keep Adolf Hitler from becoming President of the German Reich .
Obviously Hindenburg would fail. He had to hand over the rulership of Germany to the Nazi’s on 30th of January 1933.
Written by Ivar