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THOSE IRISH IN CAIRO

By David Vance On August 22nd, 2013

I am indebted to Mark Humphrys for providing me with the information that the rest of the entire Irish media was unable to.

I refer of course to WHY the Halawa family were in Cairo?  You will recall I posted on it here. Well, it turns out my suspicions were correct and this Irish as can be family were out there offering encouragement and support to the Islamic fascists in the MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD! Why there is even clear video evidence of these proud Irish citizens offering their solidarity with the MB.

Now, having established that the Halawas are ardent supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, we now need to ask WHY the Irish media universally decided to not ask the simple question what they were doing in Cairo? We know the  Irish media was quick to suggest that lack of Irish concern shown for the Halawas may be Irish racism, but yet the same journalists so quick to cast such a slur on their fellow Irish men and women were unable to deploy their intelligence and ask WHY was this Irish family in Cairo in the first place. It’s quite an indictment on the entire Irish MSM that they have wilfully closed their eyes to an important aspect of this story in an attempt to mislead the Irish public.

 

11 Responses to “THOSE IRISH IN CAIRO”

  1. Told you so ..

    Harri, on August 21st, 2013 at 7:03 PM Said:
    The Halawa family are Irish, so why did they feel the need to travel to protest in a foreign Country?

    Halawa siblings address protesters
    Wednesday, August 21, 2013

    The Irish-Egyptian siblings being held in Egypt may have been on the security forces’ watch list after they addressed hundreds of thousands of protesters several weeks ago

    http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/halawa-siblings-address-protesters-240537.html

  2. // they have wilfully closed their eyes to an important aspect of this story in an attempt to mislead the Irish public.//

    Oh nonsense. They didn’t discuss why the family travelled because the question isn’t relevant.

  3. The Irish-Egyptian siblings being held in Egypt may have been on the security forces’ watch list after they addressed hundreds of thousands of protesters several weeks ago

    Yep, aint that a bugger, ‘Addressing hundreds of thousands’.. that always happens when you go on ‘Holiday’ 😉

  4. “The Halawa family are Irish, so why did they feel the need to travel to protest in a foreign Country?”

    I know Irish people who have protested in foreign countries. We love a bit of the oul protesting…

  5. I know Irish people who have protested in foreign countries. We love a bit of the oul protesting…

    Maybe, but to take the whole family 😉

  6. MourneReg,

    “I know Irish people who have protested in foreign countries. We love a bit of the oul protesting…”

    When I suggested as much yesterday, you called my comment ‘silly’, and here you are saying the same thing… idiotic isn’t it?

  7. Ernest,

    Your comment yesterday suggested the Irish had a sympathy for foreign “extremists” because we have a penchant for extremism ourselves (unlike other European countries which have no history of extremism whatsoever!).

    I’m just saying we like an oul protest. One doesn’t have to be an extremist to protest.

  8. Harri,

    Good line!

  9. I do believe that I said that the whole family are M.B. supporters and were taking part in a pro-Morsi demonstration the first time that this was discussed . The brother admited it in a BBC interview .

  10. Irish. Atheist. Liberal-right. Anti-jihad. Pro-West. Pro-Israel.

    No bias there then.

    From what I can make out it seems to be a series of convoluted links attempting to justify a pre concieved naarative.

    They admit they are Muslim Brotherhood: “The Halawa siblings were taking part in a demonstration when violence forced them into the mosque”

    Yeah . . . sure.

  11. When these MB supporters return from Egypt to their true Irish homeland, I wonder if anyone will ask them about this:

    http://barnabasfund.org/Egyptian-Christians-need-help-and-prayer-after-unprecedented-violence.html

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