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By Jay Sekulow1307574217000

It's finally happened.  Egyptian President Mubarak has stepped down from power - the announcement coming from the newly appointed Vice President of Egypt.

At the same time, it's reported that the Egyptian military will now stand-in to govern the country.  A transition government. 

But all of this raises many significant questions:  What happens next?  Will there be elections?  If so, when?  Will the country turn to a true democracy - protecting human rights and religious freedom and respecting the decades-old peace treaty with Israel?  Or, will this nation end up in the hands of the brutal terrorist organization, the Muslim Brotherhood, an extremist organization that gave birth to Hamas and al-Qaida?

Tough questions.  No clear answers at this point.  The one thing we do know is that the United States has a very real interest in who governs Egypt.  We provide nearly two billion dollars a year in aid to Egypt.  And, they have kept the peace with Israel. 

This is still a very critical time for the Middle East and for the country of Egypt.  President Obama needs to send a strong message: embrace democracy and condemn the Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist organization - poised to make a political power play in Egypt - an organization that represents grave danger for the region and for the United States and Israel.

Add your name to our petition now.  Tell President Obama - don't let radical Islam shape the future of Egypt.

Tens of thousands of you already have signed on to our petition.  Sign on now and we'll send you our new film "The Export:  Radical Islam's Map to End Democracy" - a powerful DVD examining the crisis in the Middle East.  You can watch a brief trailer of the film here. In addition, we'll also send you a new resource - a booklet entitled:  "Sharia Law: Radical Islams Threat to the U.S. Constitution". 

The world is watching.  Stand for freedom.  Reject radical Islam.


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