Wedesday, August 31, 2011, 10:45 AM
Glenn Beck opened the first of the three hours of his radio show today by bringing attention to the implications of the Barack Obama-encouraged overthrow of the pro-U.S., maintaining-(an-admittedly-cold-)peace-with-Israel regime of Hosni Mubarak.
Beck, who for much of the previous two weeks, was in Israel as part of his “Restoring Courage” solidarity event, started his show by saying “A senior official [Sheikh Adel Shehato], in the Egyptian Islamic Jihad has just said [as published in Egyptian daily newspaper Roz Al-Yousef ] that, if they come to power, they will launch a campaign of Islamic conquest and state sharia worldwide. He also went on to say the Christians are free to worship [their God] in their church, but, if a Christian makes problems for the Muslims, he will exterminate them. It is an amazing article, now being posted at TheBlaze.com.”
Shortly thereafter, Beck pointed out that Shehato “was part of the group that protested in Tahrir Square.”
After that, Beck said that “the reporter asked him ‘if you don’t believe in the rule of people … then why was he in Tahrir Square? Are you just exploiting democracy in order to achieve what you want and then abolish democracy.”
Beck continued: “Exactly what we said was happening.”
Beck stayed on the subject of Shehato’s comments and the chances that Egypt will be run by sharia law, as opposed to democracy, for approximately 11 minutes during his opening monologue. (Co-host Pat Gray occasionally made comments.)
Audio from this segment and from Beck’s entire Wednesday, August 31 radio program will be available, by early afternoon today, to GlennBeck.com subscribers via this link.
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