Only in Egypt could a Muslim Brotherhood leader who is on record as having referred to Jews as ‘apes and pigs’ be considered a Zionist. Guess what? That’s where it happened.
An Islamic cleric who opposes the Muslim Brotherhood and supports a “civil state” system in the post-revolutionary Egypt described Friday Islamist President Mohammed Mursi as a “Zionist” who shares security interests with Israel.
Speaking to protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah Nasr, leader of the Front “Ozharyoun with civil state,” said U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is coming to Egypt on March 2 to support “Mursi the Zionist.”
“They are all relatives, the Brotherhood and the Jews are one; Israel’s security is part of the Brotherhood’s security and the security of the Brotherhood is part of Israel’s security,” Sheikh Nasr said in a video posted on the website of Adostor newspaper (www.dostor.org)
He described Kerry as a “Jew and the son of a Jew,” saying the American top diplomat would be received with mobs hurling eggs and tomatoes at him upon his arrival to Egypt.
Either Egypt’s new president had a road to Damascus type conversion since 2010 or he’s the most self-loathing Zionist in the history of mankind: