Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Final Conversation between Morsi and Sisi (Posted by Raymond Ibrahim)

As the high drama in Egypt unfolds, Raymond Ibrahim has posted transcript of the last conversation between Egyptian ex-president, Morsi, and the man who informed him of his removal, army general Sisi.  It's clear Morsi had been nothing but a puppet of the Moslem Brotherhood, who is now reacting just like Morsi had threatened. As usual, again, Christians bear the brunt of the reaction (see http://www.raymondibrahim.com/from-the-arab-world/muslim-brotherhood-out-killing-christians-in/).
Meanwhile, the world awaits the evidences Sisi claimed the army has concerning Morsi and the MB with respect to compromising Egypt's national security.  Here is wishing Africa's oldest culture well in her extra-trying days.

The transcript:

On July 5, El Watan (“the nation”), one of Egypt’s most popular newspapers, published the final dialogue between General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Dr. Muhammad Morsi, which took place on Tuesday July 2, a few hours before Morsi’s final speech to the Egyptian people. A reporter who was taken to an adjacent room was allowed to witness and transcribe their conversation from a TV screen. I translate the entire speech as it appears on El Watan below:

Exchange Between Morsi and Sisi
Morsi: What’s the military’s position concerning what’s going on? Is it just going to stand by watching? Shouldn’t it protect the legitimacy?
Sisi: What legitimacy? The entire army is with the will of the people, and the overwhelming majority of people, according to documented reports, don’t want you.
Morsi: My supporters are many and they won’t be silent.
Sisi: The army will not allow anyone to destroy the nation, no matter what happens.
Morsi: What if I don’t want to leave?
Sisi: The matter is settled and no longer up to you. Try to leave with your dignity and tell those whom you call supporters to go back to their homes in order to prevent bloodshed, instead of threatening the people through them.
Morsi: But this way it will be a military coup, and America won’t leave you alone.
Sisi: The people concern us, not America. And since you’ve started to talk this way, I’ll talk to you candidly. We have evidence to condemn you and to condemn many governmental officials of compromising Egypt’s national security. The judiciary will have its say and you will all be judged before the whole people.
Morsi: Okay, can you permit me to make a few phone calls and then afterwards I’ll decide on what to do?
Sisi: You are not permitted; but we can let you check up on your family only.
Morsi: Am I imprisoned or what?
Sisi: You are under arrest from this moment.

Read the rest of the exchange at  http://www.raymondibrahim.com/from-the-arab-world/exposed-final-conversation-between-morsi-and-sisi/

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