Thursday, September 8, 2016

Egyptian citizens view Hillary Clinton as ally of Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, in 2012 said she's not welcome in their country, they don't want her interference. 'X' drawn through picture of Hillary and Obama together-Reuters, Getty, EPA photos


Above, July 2012, Signs in Egypt protesting Hillary Clinton:  "Hillary Clinton: You are not welcome in Egypt," Reuters 

"To Hillary: Hamas will never rule Egypt," Reuters 

"To Hillary: Egypt will never be Pakistan," Reuters

Caption, July 2012, "Protesters chant slogans against the visit of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton near the US Embassy in Cairo," Reuters

7/16/2012, "Egyptians pelt Clinton motorcade with tomatoes and shoes," Al Arabiya
Anti-Hillary protesters in Egypt accuse "the United States of backing the Muslim Brotherhood's rise to power".


Above sign, July 2012: "You are NOT welcome in Egypt" (X across Hillary's face)

Above sign: "No for Muslim Brotherhood"

Above, July 2012, "Aggressive: Mrs Clinton was the target of protesters throwing shoes and tomatoes and chanting 'Monica'," AFP Getty

Above sign in July 2012, "No for Hillary Clinton"

Above, July 2012, "Outrage: Female protesters held up signs denouncing alleged U.S. intervention in Egyptian politics," EPA photo

Above, July 2012, "Summit: On Saturday Ms Clinton met with the country's new [Muslim Brotherhood] Islamist president Mohammed Morsi," AFP Getty

Above July 2012 sign: "Obama don't send your dollars to jihadists."

Above, July 2012, "Anger: Christians demonstrated outside Mrs. Clinton's hotel over US support for the Islamist government," AFP Getty
7/15/2012, "Hillary's motorcade pelted with tomatoes and shoes as Egyptian protesters shout 'Monica, Monica'," Daily Mail


7/15/2012, "Egyptians pelt Clinton motorcade with tomatoes," Reuters, Arshad Mohammed, Alexandria, Egypt

"Protesters threw tomatoes and shoes at Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's motorcade on Sunday during her first visit to Egypt since the election of [Muslim Brotherhood] Islamist President Mohamed Mursi.

Protesters chanted "Monica, Monica," a reference to the extra-marital affair conducted by Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton, while in the White House. Others earlier chanted "leave, (Hillary) Clinton an Egyptian security official said....

On Saturday night, protesters outside Clinton's luxury hotel in Cairo chanted anti-Islamist slogans, accusing the United States of backing the Muslim Brotherhood's rise to power."...


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