Residents say the attack began just minutes after the Brotherhood’s supreme guide, Mohammed Badie, gave a fiery speech to Mursi supporters camped out in Cairo’s Nasr City, which was broadcast live on television.
“The attack came minutes after Badie’s speech. They treated us like infidels. They were chanting “˜Allahu akbar” (God is greatest) as they were shooting us,” said Ahmed Fattouh.
“They treated us like infidels.” In other words, Ahmed Fattouh, who is not otherwise identified in the story, believes that it is perfectly acceptable to chant “Allah akbar” and shoot at Infidels, but to do such things to fellow Muslims, that’s going too far!
Where did he get that idea?Â Is this outrageous misunderstanding of Islam widespread in Egypt? Has Ahmed Fattouh been reading the writings of greasy Islamophobes?
Thanks to DaTechGuy.