For those in Hillaryland at the State Department who triumphantly praised Egypt’s “Arab Spring” and pooh poohed the idea that this opened the door to a future Muslim Brotherhood-led government, it’s “uh oh” time.
As the Jewish online site Arutz Sheva reports this morning:
“Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood has created a coalition of 17 parties, including liberal and secular groups, to form a common platform ahead of legislative elections, Egyprian state media said Wednesday.
The new political alliance, including the Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party, the liberal Wafd party, the left-leaning Tagammu, and the newly formed Salafi (Muslim Fundamentalist) Noor party, say they joined forces to “channel their efforts… into building a state of law based on citizenship, equality and sovereignty of the people.”
The election is scheduled for September.