Well this calls for a round of golf!
(Conservative Tribune) Egypt’s President, Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, continues to make massive progress in the fight against radical Islamic terrorism. Now news has broken that he has sentenced twenty-one members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death.
Among the group of members who were sentenced to death is Mohamed Badie, chief of the Muslim Brotherhood. All twenty-one sentenced, including the chief, will die by hanging, according to reports.
They were found guilty on multiple charges, including the organization of an “operations room,” which served as a headquarters to plan violent terrorist attacks against el-Sissi’s government and spread chaos around the country.
The group of MB terrorists were also found guilty of planning attacks on police stations, churches and other types of private property.
Some of the other men involved in the sentencing were high-level MB operatives and leaders, including Mahmoud Ghozlan, Saad El-Hossainy, Salah Soltan and Fathy Shehab.
It’s too bad for them that they weren’t sentenced in the United States, as President Barack Obama would probably have sent them on a nice little vacation to a minimum security federal prison before releasing them back to their home country shortly thereafter.
While Egypt’s president continues to slay the bad guys, Obama continues to hire them into his administration.
There are multiple examples of this, including Arif Alikhan, assistant secretary of Homeland Security for policy development; Mohammed Elibiary, a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council; and Rashad Hussain, the U.S. special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference, to name but a few (H/T Freedom Outpost).
El-Sissi has sentenced hundreds of MB members to death over the past year and a half, making a real dent in the war on Islamic radicals.
Meanwhile, Obama has played some really good golf courses.
We salute President el-Sissi for his no-nonsense method of dealing with dangerous terrorists. Perhaps he’ll consider advising the Obama administration on basic leadership principles.
—Courtesy of The Conservative Tribune