“Islam is the solution,” says formerly banned Muslim Brotherhood as it prepares to impose Sharia law on Egypt. Screw the Coptic Christians.
There is no such thing as “Islamic democracy,” says Mohamed Morsi, one of three leading candidates for the presidency of Egypt, the American-educated engineer who leads the Freedom and Justice Party, the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood.
As Egypt’s most powerful political movement, controlling half of parliament, winning the presidency would give the Muslim Brotherhood – and Mr. Morsi – sweeping power to control Egypt’s future. A Morsi government would tilt toward a fundamentalist theocracy, reflecting the Muslim Brotherhood slogan – “Islam is the solution.”