Muslim world against Obama?

Why isn’t the Muslim world community obeying President Obama?

Our young president went to Cairo to talk peace to Egyptians a while ago, so they should be at peace with the world in whatever life situation they find themselves in. The One has blessed them with his vision of peace and equality. So why are they so upset? Maybe they need another dose of Obama’s magic words.

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13 Responses to Muslim world against Obama?

  1. Hacksaw says:

    Or perhaps they recall how Obama simply voted “present” and refused to weigh in for a long while as Iranian citizens were murdered in the streets as they protested a clearly fradulent election that returned their “dictator” to power, and Egyptians see him ignoring their own quest for freedom, in the wake of GWB sacrificing precious American lives, and his own political capital & popularity in order to provide freedom & a chance at democracy for the Afghan & Iraqi people, about a decade after the great “Renaldus Magnus” paved the way for most of the republics under Soviet control to eventually gain their freedom from oppressive communist rule.

  2. therealgirlscout says:

    Sooo, what exactly do you want him to do?? Mumbaric (sp?) has been in power for 30 years. He has ruled the same way for all this time. None of the previous 5 US presidents did anything to persuade him to change his ways for the people of Egypt. So now they rebel 30 years later and you blame Obama for not doing anything?! Really?? I think he’s being very cautious, and rightly so. Even some Republicans on the Sunday morning political shows were saying they think he needs to tread slowly in this issue.

    • Hacksaw says:

      You’re right about Mubarak, he has been in power in Egypt for decades and he may very well be the lesser of several evils there although I don’t think he will be able to remain in power against the will of the people, especially since the military refuses to fire on the protesters, as long as they remain peaceful.

      It may be prudent for Obama & his Administration to cautiously “wait & see” in this case, but when similar protests were occurring in Iran & the government was killing unarmed civilians in the streets, their silence on that issue was deafening, and dishearting to the protesters who did not want anything from America except acknowledgement, and moral support.

  3. therealgirlscout says:

    Okay, it’s Mumbarak.

  4. princess says:

    wow, once in a blue moon, girly & i agree on something! imagine that!
    i also agree that oblahblah should be treading lightly, stay somewhat disconnected,, etc.
    the people of Egypt will handle their own.
    if we get too involved, that will just give those crazy muslims more excuse to attack & blame US for the attack.

    • therealgirlscout says:

      Well, Mubarak has resigned today. The people of Egypt are free. But what is freedom? Will they find a great leader? Will the country fall apart in this period of chaos? It will be very interesting to see how this all plays out. I wish them success and just hope the religious fanatics do not take over, although they are the minority in Egypt. Hopefully I can get there in the near future once this has all settled down. Good Luck, Egyptians!!

      • hybridtalk1 says:

        I can’t help but view this through the uprising in Iran back in the late 70s.

        I only hope that President Obama gives the same support to the Iranian uprising and the Tea Party that he gave to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt with their uprising.

  5. hybridtalk1 says:

    When freedom loving Iranians were protesting Iran’s leader, Mamood Iminajihad, President Obama said nothing, and did nothing.

    When Tea Party Americans protested against big government and obamacare, he mocked the people.

    Now that Islamic jihadists seek to overthrow Egypt, our president comes out and says he supports the will of the people, and the Egyptian leaders have to listen to the people.

    Why is it the American President only seems to support Islamic Jihad and not freedom?

  6. girlscout says:

    Let’s face it hybrid. You hate Obama – always have, always will. Anything he says or does is wrong in your eyes. C’est la Vie..
    Mark this date down in history – hacksaw, princess and I agree on something! LOL

    • hybridtalk1 says:

      GS: “Let’s face it hybrid. You hate Obama – always have, always will. Anything he says or does is wrong in your eyes.”

      Oh please stop the hate speech!! I don’t hate the man at all GS? I know that is how liberals identify when other disagree with their policies, they claim a hate crime. That just isn’t the case. I dislike his policies. I dislike his hypocracy and his dislike for America and American traditions. I dislike his socialist views that those who work hard are responsible to support those who choose not to work.

      It isn’t about the man, it is about the policies he promotes. If Obama were my neighbor we would probably be on very friendly terms, but he is a leader who seeks political policies that have an effect on my life and my family.

      His policies are for the birds…

  7. therealgirlscout says:

    Once again, that is YOUR opinion. Okay, let me replace the word HATE with DISLIKE. Is that better?

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