Under Obama the U.S. is no longer the same country it used to be and is becoming a police state. You are now arrested for protesting while extremist dictators are free to come and go as they please, and bring their hate ideology on American shores.
This report passed us in December. This is Dr. Salma Abu Elmagd an American/Egyptian citizen who was arrested in New York city for exercising her constitutional right in a peaceful demonstration against Mr. Essam Eleryan visit to the USA.
Mr. Eleryan who is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood group, now ruling Egypt with the USA support, is directly responsible in the killings of peaceful demonstrators in Egypt, beating up women & terrorizing citizens allover the streets for the past two weeks.
Billions of our American hard earned tax dollars are being sent to the Egyptian government supporting this terrorist Group.
The poster is trying to bring awareness of the very serious situation currently in Egypt under the Muslim Brotherhood ruling threatening democracy, freedom & the existence of the Egypt we all once knew.
Please share in protest of our US government support to the Muslim Brotherhood & to stop the killings of Egyptians.
“El-Erian, a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood and vice-chairman of its Freedom and Justice Party, had been invited to talk about Egypt’s draft constitution at the El-Nour Islamic School.
In a YouTube video of the incident, El-Magd said she lost her temper when El-Erian started praising the constitution.
“He said the US constitution had been changed many times and we could do that in Egypt,” El-Magd said. “Then he started talking about his beautiful constitution and how it would be a role model for the Middle East and Arab World.”
El-Magd said she interrupted the lecture at this point and called El-Erian a “liar and a murderer.”
Brotherhood supporters then attacked her and her husband, she said, and a man wearing an orange pullover hit her on the head.
A video shot by an audience member shows a hysterical El-Magd being thrown out of the hall.
“Get your ****** hands off me,” El-Magd screamed. “Get your people under control and tell them not to touch me.”
Once outside, El-Magd and other Egyptian activists began chanting against El-Erian and the Brotherhood. She was then approached by a police officer who informed her that she was under arrest.
“What [will you arrest me] for,” asked El-Magd. “I have every right to protest. This is my constitutional right. I am an American citizen.”