Saturday, August 18, 2012

Muslim Brotherhood 'Crucifies' Opponents, Attacks Secular Media

H/T  The Investigation ProjectLast week in Egypt, when Muslim Brotherhood supporters terrorized the secular media, several Arabic websites—includingArab NewsAl Khabar News,Dostor Watany, and Egypt Now—reported that people were being "crucified."

Here's a google translation from the Egypt Now link. These are leftists and secularists getting attacked.
He also stressed correspondent Sky News Arabic in Cairo that the demonstrators belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood crucified opponents of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi naked on the trees in front of the presidential palace, while torturing others. was also closed other demonstrators from Brotherhood doors Media Production City in the October 6, and assaulted on media celebrity. chanted these during the demonstration against the prime channel Lafraain Tawfiq Okasha and call them to "inform the remnants corrupt," and attacked a number of them on the editor of the seventh day media Khaled Salah. Witnesses said that groups of members of the Muslim Brotherhood and arrived in the number of buses and private cars carrying banners attacking the "Media sedition." The dividing themselves into these groups took each block entry and exit to and from the city of production

 ما أكد مراسل سكاي نيوز عربية في القاهرة أن متظاهرين ينتمون إلى جماعة الإخوان المسلمين صلبوا معارضين للرئيس المصري محمد مرسي عرايا على الأشجار أمام القصر الرئاسي، بينما يتم التنكيل بآخرين. كما أغلق متظاهرون آخرون من الإخوان أبواب مدينة الإنتاج الإعلامي في منطقة 6 أكتوبر، وقاموا بالاعتداء على إعلاميين مشهورين. وهتف هؤلاء خلال التظاهرة ضد رئيس قناة الفراعين توفيق عكاشة ومن يسمونهم بـ "إعلام الفلول الفاسد"، واعتدى عدد منهم على رئيس تحرير صحيفة اليوم السابع الإعلامي خالد صلاح. وقال شهود عيان إن مجموعات من أعضاء الإخوان المسلمين وصلوا في عدد من الحافلات والسيارات الخاصة رافعين لافتات تهاجم "إعلام الفتنة".
The Brotherwoods Twitter link is @ikhwan. Tweet and let them know we read these reports.

Update from National Journal which finds the story and Urban Legend.  This Crucifixtion in Yemen though looks awfully real.

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