Russian plane crash in Sinai

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Russian plane crash in Sinai

lets start form first day the Russian plane crash in Sinai 





Some 224 people, mostly Russians, died when a Metrojet airliner crashed into the Sinai desert






#UPDATE 11/11/2015
New video show how thr airplane been booming

شاهد فيديو توضيحي لطريقة سقوط الطائرة الروسية إيرباص"321 A" بواسطة قنبلة فوق سيناء


The first video the ISIS show when Russia airplane



As all time the media lie and lie so never trust on them any more its been 4 years dont see tv or gov news too Because its full of stupid lies even not perfect lies on us.

the Egypt and Russia media keep said ( ITS NO WAY TO BY THE ISIS DID IT)
It will have been the first successful terror attack on a passenger jet for more than a decade, and the loss of 224 foreign civilians will have opened up a new front in the war against the so-called Islamic State group.
Relations between Russia, Egypt and the UK are already under strain, and Egypt stands to lose billions of pounds in tourism revenue if it is confirmed that IS was able to smuggle a bomb through one of its most popular resorts.
But it was USA and UK said its ISIS did it form day 2 , and Egypt and Russia media said that not true.
and they show this pic for us, to make us get sure its not the ISIS did it.
WHY USA and Britain has still not shared its intelligence with Egypt on the suspected bombing of the Metrojet airliner, said the official??
DO YOU SEE ANY DIED BODY ??? Think about it !!!



SEE THIS VIDEO AND LINK THE DOTS





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lets back to the first day in Sinai and Sharm el-sheikh



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and the Egypt media said next day ( we get 55555 Russian come to visit Egypt )
i said WTF












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#JE SUIS MOAMED Prophet (pbuh) Why I’m NOT Charlie - #Muslim Response #ISLAM ‪#‎WholsMuhammad‬

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من هو رسول الله محمد صلى الله عليه وسلم ؟
He is the one who defended the rights of all humanity 1400 years ago.
هو الذي دافع عن حقوق كل البشر منذ 1400 عام.
He defended men's, women's and children rights
حفظ حقوق الرجال وحقوق النساء وحقوق الصغار
He commanded and fostered the love between relatives and neighbors
أمر بالحب والود بين الأقارب والجيران
He established a coexistence relationship between Muslims and Non-Muslims
وأسس علاقة تعايش بين المسلمين وغير المسلمين
He organized the relationship between the members of the family putting duties on sons and daughters towards the parents
ونظم العلاقات الأسرية التي تضمن للأب وللأم حقوق كبيرة وعظيمة على أبنائهم
He fought injustice, called for justice, love, unity and cooperation for the good.
منع الظلم ودعا للعدل و المحبة والتكاتف والتعاون للخير
He called for helping the needy, visiting the patients, love and exchanging advises between people.
دعا لمساعدة المحتاج وزيارة المريض والمحبة والتناصح بين الناس
He prohibited (by orders from God) bad manners such as stealing, lying, torturing and murdering.
منع على المسلمين المعاملات السيئة مثل السرقة والغش والقتل والظلم
He is the one who changed our lives and manners to be better.
إنه من غير حياتنا وطباعنا السيئة إلى حسنة
A Muslim doesn't steal
المسلم .. لا يسرق
A Muslim doesn't lie
المسلم لا يكذب
A Muslim doesn't drink alcohol.
المسلم لا يشرب الخمر
A Muslim doesn't commit adultery
المسلم لا يزنى
A Muslim doesn't cheat
المسلم لا يغش
A Muslim doesn't kill innocent people
المسلم لا يقتل الأبرياء
A Muslim doesn't harm his neighbors
المسلم لا يؤذي جارة
A Muslim obeys his parents and helps them
المسلم يبر بوالديه و يخدمهما
A Muslim is kind to young and elderly people, to women and to weak people.
المسلم يعطف على الصغار وعلى النساء وعلى الضعفاء وكبار السن
A Muslim doesn't torture humans or even animals, and does not harm trees
المسلم لا يعذب البشر ولا الحيوانات ولا يؤذي الأشجار
A Muslim loves his wife and takes care of his children and show mercy towards them until the last day of his life.
المسلم يرحم ويحب زوجته ويهتم و يعطف عل أبناءه حتى آخر يوم من عمره
A Muslim's relationship towards his children never stops even when they become adults
المسلم لا تنتهي علاقته بأولاده بعد سن الرشد أبدا
He is Muhammad (PBUH)
إنه محمد رسول الله صل الله عليه وسلم
Did you know why all Muslims love Muhammad (PBUH)?
هل عرفتم لماذا يحب كل المسلمون محمد صل الله عليه وسلم؟
Did you know what does Muhammad mean for Muslims?
هل عرفتم ماذا يعنى محمد صل الله عليه وسلم للمسلمين؟
Every Muslim loves Muhammad (peace be upon him) more than himself and more than everything in his life.
كل مسلم يحب محمد صل الله عليه وسلم أكثر من كل شئ
Before judging a Muslim be fair and:
قبل أن تحكم علي أي مسلم كن محايد:
1-Listen to this person, and watch his doings.
1- أسمع منه هو شخصياً ، أستمع الي أفكاره ومعتقداته ولاحظ أفعله.
2-Compare his ideas and teachings with what is Islam and Prophet Mohammad PBUH ordered.
2-قم بمقارنة أفكاره ومعتقداته بما دعا له الإسلام.
3-If you think that his thoughts are typical to that of Islam and Prophet Mohammad PBUH, and then compare them with his doings; is he applying these teachings?
3- إذا تطابقت أفكاره ومعتقداته مع ما دعا له الإسلام فأنظر إلي أفعاله، هل هي متطابقة مع أفكاره ومعتقداته؟
4-If he is applying these teachings and sayings, so for sure represents Islam, if not then he calls himself a Muslim but doesn't represent Islam.
4- إذا كانت أفعاله تطابق أفكاره ومعتقداته فهو يمثل الإسلام، إذا كانت تتناقض فهو يدعي أنه مسلم ولكن لا يمثل الإسلام
Hint: Prophet Mohammad is the best Muslim, no Muslim can be as perfect as he was, Muslims try their best to be the typical Muslim like Prophet Mohammad PBUH but sometimes they disobey God and Prophet Mohammad PBUH as they are normal humans who are subject to do wrong but the repent and get back to the right path.

Why I’m NOT Charlie - Muslim Response

The hypocrisy of freedom of speech and how to properly defend the honour of our Prophet.

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#Russia, #Egypt begin ‘new era’ in military relations

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Russia, Egypt begin ‘new era’ in military relations


Egypt wants to develop its ties with Russia, bringing the two nations to the level of friendship they enjoyed during the Soviet era. However, Egypt is not looking to replace the US as its key ally, according to the country’s foreign minister.
We want to give a new impetus to our relations and return them to the same high level that used to exist with the Soviet Union,” Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy said following a meeting with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, in Cairo on Thursday.
We believe that Russia plays an important role on the international arena. We want our relations to develop for the benefit of both states,” Fahmy added.
However, the Egyptian top diplomat said that Russia was not meant to be “a substitute” for any other country. 
Cairo wants to intensify relations. But they won't be alternative to anyone,” the Egyptian FM said. He sought to refute speculation that Cairo is headed toward a major shift in its foreign policy.
Washington has remained a close ally with the country for three decades, but tensions between the two nations have mounted since the military ouster of President Mohamed Morsi in July.
Sergey Lavrov refrained from making any judgments on the political developments in Egypt, saying that Moscow is against “any foreign interference into internal affairs.”

We respect Egypt’s sovereignty and the right of the Egyptians to decide on their fate,” he said during a joint press conference.  “We expect that current efforts, including the development of a new constitution and a referendum on this basic law to make further progress and achieve the goals set by Egypt.
Lavrov and Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu are heading the Russian delegation in the highest level visit to Egypt in years. For the first time in the history of relations between the two states, talks are being held in the ‘2+2’ format - two top diplomats and two military chiefs.
Egypt’s interim president Adly Mansour (C) defense minister Abdlefatah al-Sissi (2ndR) meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (2-L), and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (L) on November 14, 2013 at the presidential palace in Cairo. (AFP Photo/Khaled Desouki)
Egypt’s interim president Adly Mansour (C) defense minister Abdlefatah al-Sissi (2ndR) meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (2-L), and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (L) on November 14, 2013 at the presidential palace in Cairo. (AFP Photo/Khaled Desouki)

Russia, Egypt begin ‘new era’ in military relations

Shoigu and his Egyptian counterpart, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, discussed military collaboration during the talks.
Strong and democratic Egypt will be an important factor to maintain peace in the Middle East. We hope that the situation will stabilize soon and that all problems will be solved by peaceful means,” the Russian defense minister said.
The Egyptian army chief told media that the talks prove the two countries “will continue strategic relationship, which is opening a new stage in constructive and fruitful military cooperation.” 
We have common goals for ensuring fair and lasting peace in the Middle East. Our region is a heart of peace and guarantor of security and calm,” Sisi said.
The two countries have agreed to hold joint military drills on countering terrorism and piracy, Shoigu said on Thursday.
We also agreed to step up exchange of delegations and expand cooperation between the Navies and Air Forces,” the Russian minister said.
Shoigu’s presence at the talks sparked rumors in the media of a possible major arms deal between the two nations. According to media reports, Cairo was lobbying for around US$2 billion worth of Russian arms after the US discontinued support to Egypt’s military-backed rulers. So far, there has been no official confirmation that any such deal was discussed at the talks. 
Egyptian Foreign Minister Fahmy told RT Arabic that the possibility of his country buying Russian weapons “is being considered in principle.
Egypt-Russian relations in the military-technical area have been going on for over 30 years...Since 1970 ties and even earlier, Egypt has been purchasing weapons from Russia and also modernizing them. So, this topic is not new. An issue of buying new kinds of Russian military hardware should be thoroughly examined,” he said. 
Cairo was the USSR’s key Arab ally for about two decades, between the 1950s and 1970s, when the Soviet Union provided then Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser with technical and military aid, particularly during the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Soviet Union also helped Egypt construct the Aswan High Dam along the Nile.

Relations between the two nations weakened in the 1970s, when Egypt’s foreign policy took a U-turn under President Anwar Sadat, who brought the nation closer to the US. Washington has been contributing about $1.5 billion a year in military aid to Egypt for decades.

But following the July ouster of Morsi and subsequent crackdown on his supporters, Washingtonwithheld deliveries of military hardware and $260 million in cash aid to Egypt. The US underlined, however, that it was not severing ties with its long-standing ally.  Secretary of State John Kerry said in October that the US would consider resuming some of the aid "on a basis of performance" following the interim government's ‘roadmap’ which promises to lead to fair elections, Reuters reported.

The Egyptian army-backed government slammed the “strange” decision which was made “at such a vital time during which Egypt is facing a war against terrorism.” 


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Egyptian security officers are freed by Islamist kidnappers

Seven Egyptian security officers kidnapped in Sinai last week have been released.
The men arrived at a military base in Cairo on Wednesday morning where they were received by President Mohamed Mursi and government ministers.
Security forces said the men were freed following talks mediated by Bedouin tribal leaders.

The kidnappers had demanded the release of members of an Islamist group convicted of carrying out a series of attacks in North Sinai in 2011 that killed seven people.
It is not known if any concessions were made to ensure the release of the hostages.
The men had been seized while travelling in minibuses in northern Sinai, between the city of el-Arish and Rafah. 

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The abduction highlights the lawlessness in the desert peninsula which has become increasingly unstable since the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak.
The Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt which had been closed following the kidnapping has now been re-opened.

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A Clear View from Foggy Bottom



A fabled but previously secret State Department intelligence memorandum that predicted, five months in advance, the 1973 Arab-Israeli war, has now emerged from classified vaults so obscure that even State Department historians and CIA officers responsible for Freedom of Information Act requests could not penetrate them. 

When the war broke out on October 6, it surprised high-level officials in the Nixon administration. Yet, in a paper written the previous May, the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) had estimated that there was a "better than even bet" that war would occur "by autumn." Not one other office in the U.S. government had made such an estimate, and the Israelis themselves had dismissed the possibility of war. Although this example of INR's acuity has been known about for years, the document itself was surprisingly elusive and is being published for the first time here and on the National Security Archive website.
According to INR, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat would start a war with Israel not to achieve specific military objectives but to spur "big power" diplomatic intervention in the Arab-Israeli conflict. The authors of the INR paper anticipated that as war unfolded, a variety of U.S. "interests" in the region could come under attack, with possible nationalizations of petroleum facilities, "efforts to displace US oil companies with those from Europe and Japan," and "prolonged oil embargoes." Despite the far-sighted INR analysis, senior officials in the Nixon administration saw war as unlikely.
A discussion of the INR report was a highlight of a remarkable conference held at Washington's Cosmos Club in October 1998, the war's 25th anniversary. Organized by the late ambassador Richard Parker, it included senior and mid-level former officials from Egypt, Syria, Israel, the United States, and the former Soviet Union -- including a secretary of defense, ambassadors, generals, and a KGB station chief -- all of whom played important roles at the time. The October 1973 intelligence failure was an important element of the discussion, and a memorable moment was when INR's former desk officer for Egypt, Roger Merrick, spoke about how he developed the estimate with input from INR colleagues David Mark and Phillip Stoddard.
For Merrick, the possibility of conflict was inherent in the dynamics of the situation. Egyptian leaders had tried to use diplomacy to recover territory in the Sinai Peninsula lost to Israeli forces during the Six-Day War in June 1967. But the Israelis were unresponsive, and National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger had nothing to offer his Egyptian counterparts. By the spring of 1973, according to Merrick, Sadat had "established himself as a strong player, serious;" yet despite his push for a diplomatic resolution of the Sinai problem, he was "neglected, and in an intolerable position with his political alternatives exhausted." On the other hand, his "forces were in place to launch hostilities and had not raised any significant alarm; thus the estimate that there was a better than even chance of major hostilities within six months."
Analysts at the State Department's Office of Near Eastern Affairs (NEA) rejected the INR view, and senior officials like Kissinger and Assistant Secretary of State Joseph Sisco felt no alarm because the Israelis, underestimating Arab capabilities, kept assuring them that there was no danger. Kissinger did not tell any of the players that Soviet General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev had warned of war in the region during his visit to the United States in June 1973. The dispute between INR and NEA over the possibility of war, Merrick recounted, "continued throughout the summer and fall until hostilities erupted," and INR's estimate was vindicated.
INR's analysts have often been on the money. In 1964, Allen Whiting predicted the strong likelihood of a Chinese atomic test, which Secretary of State Dean Rusk announced to the world two weeks before the event. During the Vietnam War, INR analysts starting with Lewis Sarris critically assessed the Pentagon's evaluation of "progress" in South Vietnam. In the run-up to the Iraq War, INR did share in the consensus that Saddam had been trying seriously to establish a biological and chemical warfare capability, but the bureau was spectacularly right in its doubt about the most important claim in the Bush White House's case for war: that Saddam was "reconstituting" a nuclear weapons capability. INR disputed the claims that Iraq's aluminum tubes were for gas centrifuges and that the country had recently sought uranium yellow-cake from Niger.

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#Muslim_Brotherhood leader points to conspiracy behind #Boston bombing

A common criticism of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has always been that it delivers one message in English to an international audience, and another message entirely in Arabic to its domestic audience. If anyone is ever looking for an example of this, they need to look no further than the Islamist organization's reaction to the bombing of the Boston Marathon.
In English, the Brotherhood's political party released a statement "categorically reject[ing] as intolerable the bombings committed in the U.S. city of Boston," and "offer[ing] heartfelt sympathies and solemn condolences to the American people and the families of the victims."
In Arabic, senior Brotherhood leader and the vice chairman of the group's political party Essam el-Erian took a different tack. In a post on his Facebook page, he condemned the Boston attack -- but also linked it to the French war in Mali, the destruction in Syria and Iraq, and faltering rapprochement between the Turkish government and Kurdish rebels.
El-Erian is making the case that all of these setbacks -- from Boston to Baghdad -- are somehow connected. "Who disturbed democratic transformations, despite the difficult transition from despotism, corruption, poverty, hatred, and intolerance to freedom, justice tolerance, development, human dignity, and social justice?" he asked. "Who planted Islamophobia through research, the press, and the media? Who funded the violence?"
El-Erian just poses those questions -- he doesn't accuse any specific group of masterminding the Boston Marathon attack or the unrest across the Middle East. But while Brotherhood leaders feel free to indulge in such conspiracy-mongering in Arabic, these claims are notably absent from the group's English-language media. islam
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Judge recuses himself in #Mubarak retrial, case adjourned indefinitely #egypt











A retrial for ex-Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was postponed after the judge recused himself from case, referring it to another court. Mubarak was charged with abuse of power that led to the killing, abduction and torture of protesters in 2011.
Judge Moustafa Hassan Abdallah announced his refusal to preside over the case after the 84-year old Mubarak was delivered to court at a Cairo police academy from the military hospital where he is currently being detained.
The judge said he did not want to “embarrass” himself, and referred the case to the Cairo appeals court.
Once the court session ended, the same army helicopter that brought Mubarak to court returned him to the military hospital.
Clashes erupted both inside and outside the courtroom after the judge made his announcement.
The court is being guarded by 3,000 soldiers and police officers, along with 150 armored vehicles, Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim told Egypt Independent.
Later, Egyptian Prosecutor General Talaat Abdullah has requested that Mubarak to be transferred from Cairo's military hospital ward to a cell in Tora Prison.
The former Egyptian president will face the same charges of complicity in the mass-murder of nearly 900 protesters during the country's Arab Spring uprising in February 2011.
Egyptian pro-democracy activists gather in the coastal city of Alexandria on April 1, 2011 during a protest calling for the trial of ousted president Hosni Mubarak and to pressure the current government to pursue political reforms (AFP Photo / STR)
Egyptian pro-democracy activists gather in the coastal city of Alexandria on April 1, 2011 during a protest calling for the trial of ousted president Hosni Mubarak and to pressure the current government to pursue political reforms (AFP Photo / STR)
Mubarak has already been sentenced to life in prison for his suppression of the revolution in Egypt two years ago, but in January 2013 an appeals court overturned that ruling and ordered a retrial.
The judge also ordered a retrial of former Interior Minister Habib Al Adly, who is serving a life sentence.
Judge Moustafa Hassan Abdallah also reopened corruption and murder trials against six of Mubarak’s top security officers, a business partner of the former president – tycoon Hussein Salem, who is being tried in absentia – and two of his sons, Gamal and Alaa; all nine of the co-defendants were previously acquitted.
Egyptian anti-government demonstrators (top) face pro-regime opponents (bottom) in Cairo's Tahrir Square where crowds have gathered for a protest calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak on February 2, 2011 (AFP Photo / STR)
Egyptian anti-government demonstrators (top) face pro-regime opponents (bottom) in Cairo's Tahrir Square where crowds have gathered for a protest calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak on February 2, 2011 (AFP Photo / STR)
The first trial took place in 2011, and was expected to become a symbol of change in Egypt. Instead, Egyptians were frustrated last June by how most of the military and civil officials implicated in the bloodbath following protests in the capital Cairo had avoided any punishment. Apart from Mubarak’s Interior Minister, his aides and deputies were acquitted.
The new trial has sparked little public protest, as Egyptians no longer expect landslide verdicts.
Many of the relatives of those killed during the revolution do not believe the retrial will change anything. The Egyptians that the Guardian spoke to said that the trial is a hoax; a recently leaked report exposing atrocities committed by the army would not be taken into account.
Egyptian anti-government demonstrators face pro-regime opponents in Cairo's Tahrir Square where crowds have gathered for a protest calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak on February 2, 2011 (AFP Photo / STR)
Egyptian anti-government demonstrators face pro-regime opponents in Cairo's Tahrir Square where crowds have gathered for a protest calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak on February 2, 2011 (AFP Photo / STR)
The results of a new investigation ordered by Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in June 2012 were summed up in a confidential presidential report allegedly presented to Morsi in January.
Parts of the document were leaked earlier this week by the Guardian. The report exposed the abduction, torture and killing of protesters by the army, as well as intentional medical malpractice.
After the report was leaked, Morsi promoted three army generals this week – many observers believe this shows the new Egyptian president’s unwillingness to defy the military.
Egyptian soldiers detain an injured anti-government demonstrator following clashes between anti-government demonstrators and pro-regime opponents in Cairo's Tahrir square where crowds have gathered for a protest calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak on February 2, 2011 (AFP Photo / STR)
Egyptian soldiers detain an injured anti-government demonstrator following clashes between anti-government demonstrators and pro-regime opponents in Cairo's Tahrir square where crowds have gathered for a protest calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak on February 2, 2011 (AFP Photo / STR)

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