السبت، 10 مايو، 2014

نص خطاب "المصريون في الخارج لدعم الديموقراطية" الى اوباما بخصوص الانقلاب

الرسالة توجه عتاب لاوباما صاحب المبادئ والديمقراطية لدعمه للسيسي القاتل الذي لا يحترم حقوق ولا ابسط حريات الانسان و لا يحترم الديمقراطيه واختيار الاغلبية كما تتهم اوباما بانه جزء من مؤامرة الانقلاب لانه يدعمه بالمساعدات و منها طيارات الاباتشي رغم علمه ان قاتل سفاح يريد ان يستولي علي مصر عن طريق إنقلاب دموي كما تقول الرسالة ايضا انه يضرب سيناء ليلا و نهارا ليوهمكم انه يؤمن الجيران اي إسرائيل وللحفاظ علي إستقرار المنطقة ولكن الحقيقة انه يحاول بضرب سيناء إرضاء إسرائيل لانه يعلم إن رضت عنه إسرائيل فانا امريكا و الغرب سوف يرضي عنه كما فعل بالفعل فاللوبي اليهودي يعمل بكل طاقتة للدفاع عن السيسي والانقلاب كما تفعل السعودية والامارات. و ننهي الخطاب باننا نريد ان نعلمك ان السيسي يخلق الارهاب ليحاربه وان الاستقرار لم و لن يتحقق إلا عن طرق ديمقراطية حقيقية كما تعلمناها في الغرب لذا فالمصريين الامريكان يطلبوا منك ان تتوقف عن اذدواجية المعايير و تعامل مع مصر كما تتعامل مع اوكرانيا كما يجب عليك ان تختار الجنب الصحيح من التاريخ علي ان تكون مصداقية الولايات المتحدة هي هدفنا وليس ما نعتقد انها مكاسب قصيرة المدي.

Letter to President Obama:
President Obama,
As an American Egyptian, I would like to send you this letter expressing my discontent of the decision to send 10 Apache helicopters, and resuming the military aid to Egypt.
First of all, the United States’ position towards the coup in Egypt is very contradictory to its position regarding Ukraine. As Americans, it makes us seem like hypocrites when we deem the crisis in Ukraine as unacceptable due to the government’s crackdown on its protesters, but we refuse to say the same about Egypt. On the contrary, by supplying helicopters and aid to the coup government in Egypt, we are only allowing a killer in General Al Sisi to kill more. In fact, supplying the illegitimate coup government with helicopters is only making the United States more a part of the conspiracy. The United States is a great country, and very well known for its principles and its credibility, and we must abide by what we preach, and for this, I am asking you to cut all the aid you are sending to Egypt in any form it may be.
Moreover, our interest in Egypt should be based around security, stability, and above all, democracy. What is happening in Egypt is, especially by our American standards, not democratic. We see that human rights are being violated on a daily basis, and the victims of such violations are not even in the position to defend themselves. This is not something we as a country should support, and by sending helicopters and aid to Egypt, you are doing just that. 
Furthermore, our interest concerning the political crisis in Egypt should also be worrying about the American image. History shows that mass murderers, such as Al Sisi and his illegitimate government, will, undoubtedly, be held accountable for every single one of the deaths they have caused. As Americans, we do not want to end up on the wrong side of history, and by then, it will be too late to change sides, and the American image will be ruined in the eyes of the world. We don’t want to lose our credibility over the long term, for what may be a very small short-term gain, and we especially would not want to gain the hatred of the Egyptian people. This is why you must prevent sending any sort of aid to Egypt.
Mr. President, Al Sisi created terrorism in Egypt, and now he is seeking endorsement and credibility for a powerhouse such as the United States. We cannot give him that satisfaction. In fact, he is deceiving us by pretending to secure the Sinai region, when in fact, he is the one creating terrorism. Finally, We cannot aside with a government that sentences 683 people to death in one day. 
Mr. President, we urge you to refrain from sending aid to the illegitimate coup government in Egypt, because history shows us that abiding by our principles is worth much more than our interests. 
Egyptians Abroad for Democracy Worldwide
EADmovement@gmail.com
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للمصريين بالخارج لدعم الشرعية والديمقراطية فى مصر 
Who we are: 
Egyptians abroad for democracy is an initiative started by Egyptians living abroad who all continuously taste the pleasure of living in free and fair societies. The aim of the movement is to promote a legitimate and just democracy in Egypt; just like the ones that we have all experienced in our various countries abroad. Recent events in Egypt have called for urgent awareness of the complete theft of the rights of millions of Egyptians who for the first time in their life had experienced the freedom of picking their leader. We came to Washington DC, representing the EAD Movement, to send this message to American politicians and the rest of the free people in the United States.
Vision: Achieve a stable democratic Egyptian society.
Mission: Egyptians abroad promoting, lobbying, and collaborating with diverse individuals, movements, and institutions for democracy, legitimacy, and human rights
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