Sad News – The Attacks on American Embassies
Upon hearing the bad news about the U.S. embassy attacks, particularly in Libya, Egypt and Tunisia, and the death of the U.S. Ambassador and three members of the embassy in Benghazi, I was stunned, shocked and sad.
With all due respect to our President Obama, I had long realized that despite his qualities and his law diplomas, he made monumental mistakes, believing to do better than others, and especially believing in "democratizing" Arab countries, regardless of their history, their culture, their religion, their character, their thinking and their economic situation.
We cannot democratize entire nations at once, and in a short time. But what can you say to a President of the United States, the strongest country in the world? Even if our president grew up in Indonesia and learned Islam and the Koran, I can confirm that he does not know the Arab world.
Just by looking at his policy in the United States, which has made America economically poor, with unemployment rates that have reached disastrous proportions, everyone can understand that the Americans have made a huge mistake by electing him, without even having known him in advance, without knowing his identity and his background. Today it was announced that America’s credit rating was again officially downgraded.
But alas, the media and the people of the left found ways to elect Obama, without satisfying the American people. I must say that I have no personal grudge, but I wonder how he was able to reach this position. Obama has attracted various ethnic groups, which have earned him the majority. This is why I think Muslims have made a grave mistake to retaliate against the United States, led by Obama, who just wanted to offer his help.
It would be irresponsible to give Obama a second term, after all the damage he has caused intentionally or unintentionally in the United States and to the Arab and Muslim world. Precisely, when learning the news of the recent attacks on U.S. Embassies, instead of defending America, Obama chose to criticize Mr. Romney first. Furthermore, now that the world is on fire, Mr. Obama adamantly pursues his fundraising campaign.
We could say "so many broken eggs for an omelet!” Yet, it has been six months already since this film, made by an Egyptian Coptic exists. It did not deserve neither honor nor to be distributed. Some forces, whether Al Qaeda or Salafist, whatever, are taking it as an excuse to lash out against Americans. These forces want to confuse things and good citizens have fallen into their traps. In reality, those who spread this video, albeit belatedly, after six months, had quite a different purpose. This story has caused great harm to the Arabs, whether in Tunisia, in Libya, Egypt, etc., etc..
The forces of Al Qaeda and the Salafists have taken this opportunity to be seen. Indeed, they hit the wrong horse, as it was America, and especially Obama who wanted to raise the status of Arab countries. But, alas, the American president was mistaken, believing that he was familiar with the Arab world. I can only say a few words to Tunisia "poor Tunisians!" to Libya, "poor Libyans!" and to Egypt, "poor Egyptians!" I think Obama made an error in removing Presidents Ben Ali, Mubarak and Gaddafi. We must remember the saying, "Keep the bad you know, better than the bad that you do not know." Those who believed to take advantage of this situation have plunged the Arab world even more deeply.
Tunisia: For the moment - 3 dead and 28 wounded, including two seriously, dozens of cars torched, the embassy and the American school burned. What hypocrisy! Mr. Rached Ghannouchi said he regretted the violence that occurred today and accused the intruders, who infiltrated the demonstrations and he blamed the "Zionist parties”, who participated in the production of this film. Mr. Ghannouchi, I regret to say that when a government is unable to govern, they accuse anyone, and especially the Zionists. Yet the Jews of Tunisia have more merit and did enrich France, the United States and Israel. Ya Naari ala Tounes ouladha. (Too bad for Tunisia and for her children.)
Egypt: Until the last hour protests continue around the U.S. embassy in Cairo, without anyone knowing the goal. In the Sinai, which belongs to Egypt, dozens of Al Qaeda terrorists attacked the camp of the international peace mission of the United Nations which is located south-west of El Arish. Four international soldiers were wounded by the Salafist Bedouins. The injured were transferred to Israel to a hospital in Beer Sheva. The exact number has not been confirmed, nor their nationality.
After seeing what happened these few days, it is inconceivable that none of the security forces of these countries and of the United States had been informed or prepared.