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Islamists take over of Arab Uprising- Video report

In a word with you, Analyst talk, Crime and human story, Global terror, Human Rights, Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Strange new world, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising on October 26, 2011 at 7:08 am

Islamists are quickly capitalsiing on removal curbs in Post Mubarak Egypt and Post Gaddafi Libya. At Tunsia they have managed to gain Power raising concerns of secularists and liberals. Arab springs has proved the 'islamophobia' right with brazen turn to islamist rule bringing in Sharia into Governance and Intolerance in civil society as at Egypt.Here is a vdieo report

Creeping Sharia takes over Arab Uprising

Published on Oct 25, 2011 by Euronews

The new Libya is considering how it will live by Islamic Sharia law, which includes some traditional practices which some countries consider inhumane.

Many Westerners were among those horrified when this vision was voiced just days ago amid celebrations over the death of Colonel Gaddafi.

It was by no means the first time such a prospect was raised, when the chairman of the Libyan National Transitional Council, said: “We as a Muslim nation take Sharia as the basic source of law.”

Liberal West seems certainly at a loss to understand the impact and ramifications. Lets listen to this talkinghead.

Published on Oct 25, 2011 by Euronews

More democracy is bringing more political Islam in the countries of the Arab Spring.

The strong showing of Tunisia’s moderate Islamists in Sunday’s election and a promise by Libyan National Transitional Council leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil to uphold Sharia have highlighted the bigger role Islamists will play after the fall of the autocrats who opposed them.

To talk about Sharia law and the concerns it raises, euronews spoke to Islamic affairs specialist Eric Chaumont, of France’s National Centre for Scientific Research

Published on Oct 25, 2011 by Euronews

The man claiming unprecedented political legitimacy in Tunisia’s election is said to embrace humanist Islam, and not any extremist rejection of modern, Western, culture.

Ennahda party leader Rachid Ghanouchi, who has studied in universities in Tunisia, in Egypt, in Syria and at France’s Sorbonne, and has spent years in prison and in exile, must now prove he is a pluralist if he is to avoid alienating secularist voters

Now latest Speech shows its another Taqaiyya– calls it Revolution! islamic Revolutiuon that is.

Islam-based Ennahda victorious in Tunisia election

From: Euronews | Oct 27, 2011 | 66 views

Tunisia’s Islamist Ennahda party has been confirmed as the winner of the country’s first free election following its revolution. The election commission said the party had won 90 seats in the 217-seat assembly.

Outside the Ennahda’s headquarters in the capital Tunis there were celebrations for the political group banned under Ben Ali’s regime.

Despite falling short of an absolute majority, Ennahda did win three times the amount of seats of its closest rival, secularist party Congress for the Republic

At Egypt Islamist take over of the Uprising has lead anti-Zionist and anti Christian vicious and cyclical violence already.
The transition to Pluralist and Open society is naturally viewed with increasing alarm by Secularists there and world at large- as more Islamist groups and Islamist ideas get endorsed and put in lead.

Pan Arab Intifada and Middle East Update- next to go Qadaffi?

In world that matters on February 18, 2011 at 3:34 am


The unprecedented and historic unrest in the Middle East starting from Tunisia had travelled like a shock wave of across Arab lands, and into Persian Iran.

It has now come back like an aftershock back to North Africa’s shores in Tripoli, unsettling one of the oldest and most eccentric of the pack- Muammar el-Qaddafi.


Protests broke out when Libyan security forces rounded up activists supporting Sheik Ahmed al-Dayekh.

Earlier Libya released from its prisons some 110 Islamists with Al Qaeda links and doubled salaries.

The movement in Libya seems clearly spearheaded by Islamists-

The rioters at Benghazi torched the Security Forces’ Head quarters and Police stations.

Benghazi being a traditional hostile region to Qadaffi continues is at the lead and containment focused there.

Qurnya paper reports of Libyan security forces taking a leaf from Iranians- snipers have reportedly shot and wounded protesters.

Al-Warfali, leads from Switzerland the Diaspora aiming at unseating the 40 year old rule of the mercurial Colonel who took over Libya as a defacto Dictator abolishing Constitutional rights. In fact it is said Libya never has any Constitution.

Warfali stressed that-

”These are old calls by the Libyan opposition in exile, but Egypt and Tunisia have given us new momentum. They brought down the barrier of fear,”

YouTube clips depict an Islamism turn-

Protesters carried plaques and chanted-

”No God but Allah. Mammary is the enemy of Allah”.


Succeeded in thwarting Opposition move to hold separate commemoration services to two victims of crack down, thanks to its deployment of the Basenjis- the loyal Brown shirts of the Islamist regime.


At Sana Pro regime elements and anti government activists clashed and a rally took place at the university.

Heavy deployment of security forces reported at Sana, Aden and Taiz.

Iraq- the Governor’s Office was rushed in by protesting crowds and his residence torched along with other buildings.

At least 27 people are said to have been injured in the clash.

The group Youth of Kuth has claimed to lead.


Strikes paralysed Cairo Airport and Textile workers have joined in a spreading workers’ unrest.

Egypt also released official figure of the death toll so far at 365, eerily close to days in a year.

In Yemen, police officers were deployed in large numbers around Sana, the capital, and in Aden and the town of Taiz in an attempt to end street battles.

Students again organized protests at the capital’s central university, calling for Mr. Saleh’s ouster. But there were also clashes between antigovernment and pro-government demonstrators.


Thursday’s marchers were confronted by a heavy deployment of riot police and dispersed with tear gas and concussion grenades at Manama.


An increasing phenomenon witnessed is the use of pro-government groups and even sniper sharp shooters to terrorise and thwart assembly of its citizens.

Iran especially is a pioneer in this regard with its Basisjis, a Radical Islamist militia that was raised specifically towards violent suppression of political activists and groups.

Libya seems to have taken cues from this strategy and more regimes are resorting to employ pro-government groups to destroy the spreading Unrest across Middle east and North Africa.

Full report at-

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