Egypt and the Islamic Spring

The Egyptian pro-democracy protests which began on January 28, 2011 – still have not accomplished its desired objectives, such as, democratic governance, economic equality, human rights and freedom from US-Israel domination.

Egypt-born Canadain Professor Mohamed Elmasry, the founder-president of Canadian Islamic Congress (CIC) – was eye-witness to the Cairo anti-Mubarak protests. He made a documentary of the demonstrations which shows the non-violent Islamic roots of the mass protests – something the western media was affraid to tell (watch a video below). Dr. Elmasry was among the list of 500 most influential Muslims in the world in 2009.

Dr. Elmasry is an author, writer and had supervised the research work of more than 1,000 doctoral and master’s candidates and undergraduate students, including RIM (BlackBerry) co-founder Mike Lazaridis. He is a regular contributor to The Canadian Charger, an online magazine.

Dr. Elmasry has long been a target of Canadian Israel Lobby for his criticism of Israel and Ottawa’s blind support for the Zionist regime.

On July 4, 2011, while speaking at the Royal United Services Institute in Whitehall, a pro-Israel London-based think tank with Jewish property tycoon David Abrahams as Vice-president – Major-General Danny Rothschild, director of the Institute for Policy and Strategy in Herzliya (Israel) told his paranoid pro-Israel audience that the so-called ‘Arab Spring’ is in fact the Islamic Spring.

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