Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood hired Syrians and 'Palestinians' to fire on anti-Morsy demonstrators
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood hired Syrian and 'Palestinian' mercenaries to fire on anti-Morsy demonstrators
before the Egyptian President was deposed last week according to an investigation by Egypt's public prosecutor.
While details are yet to become clear, various examples were noted by
the Public Prosecution, including the case of Mohamed Hassan
al-Berdkany, a Syrian who was recruited to fire at protestors from the
Qasr al-Nil Bridge, just a few hundreds metres away from Tahrir Square
Berdkany said he had fled the fighting in Syria and had come with his
family to Cairo, wherein he met a young Syrian man named Ahmed al-Soury
who was responsible for gathering Syrians to take part in the protests
the Muslim Brotherhood was organising at Nahdet Misr Square.
Berdkany revealed that he used to meet with members of the Brotherhood
in an apartment in 6th October City. There, he would meet with a local
leader of the Syrian community who took him to another apartment where a
number of young members of the Brotherhood were staying.
The Brotherhood members asked him to join them in their protests in
return for 500 Egyptian Pounds (£47/$71) for each protest he would take
Berdkany also stated that the head of the Palestinian community who
paid Palestinians to protest for the Brotherhood is named Bassel
al-Feroun. Their meetings also took place in an apartment in 6th October
City and each participant was handed a shotgun and paid to go join the
Brotherhood protests in Nahdet Misr Square, he said.
Hezbullah sends troops to Syria to kill civilians. Syria sends troops to Egypt to kill civilians. The 'Palestinians' send troops everywhere to kill civilians. Makes you kind of wish you could wall off the entire Arab Muslim world, doesn't it?
Labels: Egypt, Egyptian regime change, Egyptian Revolution, Mohammed Morsy, Muslim Brotherhood, Palestinian terrorists, Syrian defectors