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01-07-2018, 06:42 PM
Amid Islamist insurgency, Egypt tackles ‘security threat’ from musicians”, by Brian Whitaker

”Egypt now looks set to inherit the coveted title of Arab country with the most absurd restrictions. Having made little progress in combating an Islamist insurgency, the Sisi regime has turned its attention to the “threat” posed by atheists, gay people and – increasingly – musicians.


It never occurs to these pathetic, inadequate Muslim men that a system that can be ‘threatened’ by a mere pop song is probably a crap system.

Allah, the arab national deity, is threatened by anything and everything, from pigs to lifeless statues.