Heard on Fox (Rivera Show) at 0103 Eastern Time:
Mohammed Fahmi: “Muslim and Christian are fighting side by side.”
The Muslim Brotherhood has not had as large a role in the protests as some expected them to. Reporter Sharif Kouddous reported on Twitter earlier Saturday: In Tahrir Square, “Muslim Brotherhood chanting Allah Akbar. Crowd stopped them chanting louder: Muslim, Christian, we're all Egyptian.”
However, the Associated Press reports that the leader of Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood, Hammam Saeed, said Arabs will topple any Middle Eastern leader backed by the United States.
“The Americans and [President] Obama must be losing sleep over the popular revolt in Egypt,” he said. “Now, Obama must understand that the people have woken up and are ready to unseat the tyrant leaders who remained in power because of U.S. backing.”
Phi Beta Iota: The anti-US theme is going to carry this revolution beyond the Middle East, and could possibly be a foundation for inter-faith dialog at the Assisi Peace Summit. The over-riding theme emergent side by side with anti-US is that of anti-corruption. We reiterate our view that 2012 will not be a year of apocalypse but rather a year of Awakening.
LONDON, Jan 29 (APP)- Founder of Minhaj-ul-Quran International Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri speaking at the World Economic Forum in Swiss resort town of Davos has underscored promoting of inter-faith harmony for tackling terrorism.