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By Jay Sekulow1307574663000

The world is watching.  As the situation in Egypt continues to unfold, there's a vital question:  Who will end up governing Egypt? 

There's growing concern from around the globe that the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, an organization that promotes and embraces terrorism, could end up at the helm - a political power play that could result in this extremist Islamic organization creating even more concern and danger in the Middle East.

Such a move could very well bring an end to the decades-old peace treaty Egypt has with Israel.  And, with Islamic extremists in control, there's certain to be more violence, more terrorism, more danger to Israel and to our freedoms here in America.

That's why we must send President Obama a message.  The United States, which provides nearly two billion dollars a year to Egypt in financial assistance, does have a vested interest in what happens in Egypt.  What's troubling is that President Obama has refused to condemn the Muslim Brotherhood.  In fact, he seems fine with the prospect that this terrorism group could become a key part of a governing coalition in Egypt.

It's time to reject an organization that supports terrorism - it's time to tell the President to say NO to the Muslim Brotherhood and do everything he can to promote a true democracy in Egypt where human rights and religious freedom are protected - including keeping the peace with Israel.

Tens of thousands of you already have signed on to our petition.  Add your name right 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". 

What happens in Egypt does matter.

 

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