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Monday, July 9, 2012

Hannity.Gabriel.Ghouse.on Morsi and MB

Talking points on Hannity tonight with Ghouse and Gabrielle

President Mohamed Morsi

Support for Egypt is critical; Israel’s security is at stake, Israel does not need an aggressive neighbor and live in perpetual insecurity and be on eternal guard.  
Lets’ assume Morsi is a bad guy; do we want him to turn around or push him not to change? We need to engage him, and that produces chances to bring about a change that is good for us and them both.
PM Netanyahu’s policies are a hindrance to peace and thus weakens long term security of Israel. No nation can survive on military strength alone; Justice and fairness ensures sustainability of peace and security to a nation. 
There will always be nut cases out there who will declare Jihad against Israel and us, we also have them here in the US who wanted to bomb Mecca, and a few Rabbis like Ovaida Yosef in Israel also said that killing of Palestinian children is no sin. We need to seek arrests of these nut cases, before we blame a nation or a religion. It is these individuals and not the societies who are responsible for creating chaos.
Morsi has called for the parliament to convene, and form an interim government until a new parliament is elected. It challenges the authority of the military and the struggle will continue. Regardless, the people have elected him. They would have chosen Shafii, the other guy, who would have been subjected to the military.
Obama is pursuing the right policy in this instance, we need to engage these dudes, and instead of letting them dig in their heels and aggravate the delicate balance.
Israelis are law abiding citizens, but they have their own nut cases killing and uprooting the Palestinians from their homes, and the government needs to represent her people, and stop building settlements and show that they are a law abiding government and can be trusted.
Caliphate will never come again, no two Muslims agree on the political issues, Iran will not accept Saudi or vice versa, and Most Muslims will not accept their version of Islam either… there is too much division among the Muslims, Sunni in particular.
Congressman Andre’ Carson

First of all, Madrasa is a name given to the school, Congressman Carson did not clarify the difference - the Madrasas have been around for centuries where they produced science and innovation and great scientists and philosophers like Averroes, who influenced Maimonides and Thomas Aquinas, whose wisdom in part of our constitution.  

The other Madrasas are our products,  we created and funded those adhoc Madrasas in Pakistan to produce the Jihadi mindset to fight against Russians.

By the way, the Christian Arabs call their schools Madrasas. Almost every Christian Arab goes to the Madrasas.

Some of the Madrasas in India attract Hindus and Christians, just as the Catholic Madrasas have earned a fine reputation for ages. 
Secondly, Congressman was not elected to establish or support a religion; he was elected to represent people in their pursuit of justice and economic freedom.

MikeGhouse is committed to building a Cohesive America and offers pluralistic solutions on issues of the day. He is aprofessional speaker, thinker and a writer on pluralism, politics, civic affairsIslamIndiaIsrael, peace and justice. Mike is a frequent guest on Sean Hannity show on Fox TV, and a commentator on national radio networks, he contributes weekly to the Texas Faith Column at Dallas Morning News and regularly at Huffington post, and several other periodicals across the world. The blog www.TheGhousediary.com is updated daily.

1 comment:

  1. Many criticisms of Muslim Brotherhood are baseless. The Brotherhood has for decades declared itself fully committed to democracy and pluralism. since the 1980s, it has consistently respected democratic norms,

    To imagine a huge anti-democratic conspiracy among such a diverse group is fantastical. Indeed, more radical Islamists have left the group, either in the past to join underground splinters or more recently any of the numerous Salafi parties.

    The other Western worry about the Brotherhood is that it would tear up the peace treaty with Israel. But no Muslim nation can afford to ignore the legitimate national liberation struggle of Palestinians for the past 65 years

    West should be more concerned about Sahfik In fact the he is a greater threat to democracy and Egypt's prosperity.

    He represents the authoritarianism of Husni Mubaruk which Egyptians fought to escape: Shafik is a pretty dubious character with, to say the least, questionable democratic credentials.

    The Brotherhood should focus on growth and investment, with concern for social justice and welfare that the people of Egypt aspire .

    Shafik's platform was clearer - it is the same corruption and crony capitalism which Mubarak offered, and which has put Egypt in dire straits. But of the two candidates the Brotherhood is a better bet for democracy and prosperity in Egypt.

    The political theory of Islam has to undergo frequent changes to accommodate the empirical reality. It is, therefore, not possible to talk of an 'Islamic State' with a sense of finality. It keeps evolving

    But no Muslim majority Government can afford to ignore to include the basic civil laws of the Quran in its Constitution. Though the Qur'an does not give much importance to the form of state but it greatly emphasizes the nature of society.