Mubarak's terrorist attack threats against Europe and the US condemned by the Free Egyptians.
Speaking for himself and for his fellow Saudi and Syrian dictators, Mubarak makes it clear in statements made during his ongoing state visit to Italy, France and Britain that he will resist democratization and modernization of the Middle East. He went so far as to implicitly threaten terrorist attacks against Europe and the US should any "external reforms be imposed on the Arabs."
(PRWEB) March 9, 2004
The Free Egyptians, an underground Middle-East freedom-fighting group, condemns Mubarak's threats of terrorist attacks against Europe and the US which he has implicitly made during his ongoing state visit to Italy, France and the UK.
In an interview with the French Channel 3 TV on March 6, Mubarak, in referring to the greater Middle-East reform initiative, threatens that " the danger lies in that terrorist groups will capitalize on imposed external[reform]initiatives which are not suitable for the Middle East[anyway] and everyone will be sorry, including Europe and the US."
Unelected Mubarak who leads the anti-democratic, anti-peace, anti-American and anti-Israeli front in the region has been ruling Egypt with iron and fire under emergency law for the past 23 years. During his long but illegitimate reign, Mubarak, like his fellow Arab dictators, has committed too many crimes against humanity and plundered too much public money to run the risk of stepping aside and face criminal prosecution or worse. Also, terminally ill Mubarak fears to die sooner than he can transfer power to his son or wife list they themselves should face criminal charges in connection with corruption and human rights abuses.
So, Mubarak is traveling to Europe and the US to make them an offer they cannot refuse. They can either back his plan for the "smooth" transfer of power to his son, Gamal, or his wife, Suzan, or face massive terrorist attacks.