The January Revolution will continue to inspire this generation who participated in it and is still struggling to achieve its goals, and it seems that this stage will live in the memory of Egyptians politically, economically and security-wise, where the dream of the revolution to liberate itself from dependency and military rule is faced by the nightmare of agents and enemies of the revolution as well as its external enemies.
The new campaign today, led by Wael Ghoneim, through his platforms on various social media sites, coincides with the approaching tenth anniversary of the January 25 revolution, and the usual state of fear that the coup d’etat has persisted.
The political researcher Alaa Bayoumi monitored through his Facebook account from the memoirs of one of the revolution’s activists, Wael Ghoneim, who said in his diary that he had contacted Amr al-Qazzaz, one of the founders of the Rassd News Network, on January 20, 2011, to ask him about the possibility of coordination with the Brotherhood, as Wael Ghoneim hoped In the participation of their youth in the activities of January 25.
However, journalist Amr Salama al-Qazzaz, who works for the “Al-Jazeera” social media platforms and lives in Qatar, wrote, commenting: “Wael Ghoneim contacted me before January 25 and asked me to cover the events, and he knew at the time that I was from the field monitoring unit that was specialized in monitoring elections. Which later turned into a “Rassd Network”, and on the 24th day I put an addict on the page and told me to cover the demonstrations on the page as we follow it on the Rassd network, and I informed him of approval. Indeed, I started covering the events on the page “We are all Khaled Saeed”, and I was in an operations room At that time, with young people in Rusd … and I remained addicted to “We are all Khaled Saeed”, covering and writing about the existence of people from 24 to 27 January 2011, after the internet was cut off and removed from the page.
He continued, “And I did not know that the one who contacted me was Wael Ghoneim in the first place. I knew him later, but he did not ask me to communicate with the Brotherhood or anything else: grinning: … and he knows that well and the correspondence between us is present .. and he wrote that I was addicted to it.” Page in his book web2 “. He pointed out that he would respond “… with a post supported by pictures of conversations to undermine the credibility of his memoirs, instead of presenting himself as the savior.”
And history falsified those who possessed power, including Muhammad Hassanein Heikal, who contested the results of the revolution; Because she fought with him after she revealed some of his fraud against the military chiefs whom he approached, and Heikal said: “The chaos of the January revolution is the reason for the Brotherhood’s access to power!”
In a famous video clip, the Brotherhood’s opponents defend the Brotherhood’s role in the January revolution, including “Sawiris,” “Mustafa Bakry,” and “Mustafa El-Fiqi,” and their important role in participating in the January 25 revolution and their demonstrations in front of the Attorney General’s office on July 26 Street (the High Court demonstration) and a video Famous on the eve of January 23, 2011 Dr. Essam Al-Erian confirms the Brotherhood’s descent into the revolution.
Observers, including the opponents, asserted that the Brotherhood does not deny its role on the January 28 Fri of Rage, which turned the January 25 demonstrations into a revolution, in addition to protecting them, the main headquarters of the revolution during the days of the three camel campaign. The Brotherhood – in the opinion of the observers – made and others the January Revolution and were not alone.
While the power of the coup exaggerated contradictory allegations, first it claims that the “Brotherhood is a terrorist group” and at the same time “the Brotherhood is the one who committed January 25,” which means, according to analysts, that “January 25 is the largest terrorist operation in history,” which was clearly evident – and the likes of which appeared – In the words of Mortada Mansour about 5 years ago in his swearing-in before the Military Parliament, in addition to the denial of the media arms of the January 25 Revolution and their abuse of those who participated in it, even if afterwards. Observers pointed out that the tyrant Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi himself – in justifying the tragedy of the Renaissance Dam – considered that the January 25 revolution caused “Egypt to strip its back and reveal its hair!”
“Bin Zayed” tool
On the ninth anniversary of January, after years of absence, Ghoneim went out to his followers in his first videos with shaved head, eyebrows and semi-naked clothes, with emotional and unbalanced behavior, which made many call him a mentally ill person who needs a doctor, treatment and a psychiatric hospital.
Ghoneim retreated from attacking the coup and for his “revolutionary” ideas; And he appeared directed to dismiss his call for young people not to respond to the demands of the Egyptian contractor and actor Mohamed Ali, to go to all fields, coinciding with the ninth anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, and to demand the departure of the tyrant Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. He attacked the State of Qatar, avoiding condemning the military regime and the leader of the coup gang, arresting thousands of revolutionaries, throwing them in prison, torturing them and executing dozens of them on charges related to their opposition to the regime, and crushing any voices calling for change and freedom, according to the assurances of international human rights institutions.
The coup newspapers and websites and intelligence committees began to embrace Ghoneim’s delirium and spread his rhetoric amid warm hospitality and praise for him after attacking the revolutionaries, and asking him not to respond to any calls for civil disobedience or protest against the deteriorating political, economic and security conditions on the 25th of January.
Memoirs of Westerners
Observers saw that those who read the memoirs of Western leaders during that era would find a slash of them in the talk of Wael Ghoneim and others like him, especially in fighting the Brotherhood, denying their existence, and monitoring their movements and their role in the revolution and the possibilities of their political rise.
Weeks ago, former US President Barack Obama revealed his memoirs (The Promised Land) about the January revolution, and observers saw him strongly prejudiced the Islamists and at the heart of them were the Muslim Brotherhood, and that he listened to Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed, and others including Benjamin Netanyahu, the head of the Israeli occupation government, Those who warned him against abandoning Hosni Mubarak, as Mohammed bin Zayed told him that the fall of Mubarak and the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood to power meant “the fall of eight other Arab leaders,” and that Obama’s statements “make it clear that America is not a reliable partner in the distant future.”
After he announced that with the development of matters in Tahrir Square and the continuation of the demonstrations, Mubarak demanded, in their last telephone conversation, on January 31, 2011, that he would immediately announce his abdication “if he wanted to ensure the election of a government not controlled by the Brotherhood, because his continued rule and the prolongation of the political transition process You will be the most dangerous thing for Egypt! “
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also addressed the events of the January revolution in her memoirs, which were issued years ago under the title “Difficult Choices,” and she talked about close monitoring of the revolution’s events and the role of the actors in it, and the most prominent of the Military Council and the Brotherhood.
As for the former British Prime Minister David Cameron, his memoirs were the view of Westerners towards the Brotherhood, as he dealt with the events of the Arab Spring in the fourth part of his memoirs. Cameron said in this section: “I started a trip with a visit to Egypt. On February 21, I visited Tahrir Square, the epic center of the revolution, the first foreign leader to do so. I spoke with some of the protesters, including an enthusiastic boy whose face had the color of the Egyptian flag, the feeling was that the place was on the verge of change.” “
And he continued, “Our ambassador Dominic Scott arranged a series of meetings with democracy activists and bloggers, and we agreed in advance that it should not include representatives of the Muslim Brotherhood or the relevant Islamic organizations.” Speaking of the Islamists, he added: “Far from initiating the uprisings, the Islamists were surprised by them while they were trying to turn them in their favor, we should not help them in that. Of course when the extremists tried to hijack the demonstrations, they were silenced, as the Egyptian people reject both authorities. Corruption and extremism, “so everyone’s goal is to exclude Islamists from the political scene and deny their heroic roles in extracting freedom and justice and liberating the national decision from its captors from the group of corrupt generals plotting against Egypt and its people for the sake of foreign agendas.
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