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Egyptian Feminist Activist: Hillary Clinton, U.S. Worked With Muslim Brotherhood to 'Abort' Revolution

Egyptian Feminist Activist: Hillary Clinton, U.S. Worked With Muslim Brotherhood to 'Abort' Revolution


Egyptian feminist activist Nawal El Saadawi joined the “Smiley and West Show” on December 1st to talk about the Arab spring and the United States’ involvement in bringing it to an end. Saadawi, who was actively involved in the revolution, tells progressives Tavis Smiley & Cornel West that the Obama administration and, specifically Hillary Clinton, worked with military and the Muslim Brotherhood to “abort” Egypt’s revolution. Saadawi went on to say that Hillary Clinton and the Muslim Brotherhood are now “twins” for their involvement in prematurely ending the revolution and delivering Egypt into the hand of religious extremists. Transcript below:

NAWAL EL SAADAWI: “Mubarak gave the power to the military, and the military worked with the Muslim Brothers and the United States, of course. Because Egypt is more or less an American colony and Egypt receives a lot of aid for the military — ect. So anyway, all those powers, external powers and internal powers with Morsi and the Muslim Brothers — they aborted the revolution. They aborted our revolution. So instead of trying to realize our hopes for freedom, equality and justice for all, they started to say Islamic law. They wanted Shariah law and Islamic law to dominate the constitution and the country” …

“The Muslim Brothers Hillary Clinton are twins now — they are working together. It’s the same story, you know, it’s the same story” …

“And who is speaking about democracy? So if the American colonizers come to Cairo, like Hillary Clinton, and speak about democracy — and when we find that the result of the democracy is abortion of the revolution and division of the country, and revival of the most fanatic Islamic groups under the supervision of the U.S., we do not believe in American democracy.”

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