Obama's public-abandoning of longtime US ally Mubarak to a street uprising shakes confidence of oil-producing regimes toward Islamist-global-dominating, Iranian camp

Israeli press advocate, Dr. Ra'anan Gissin
Dr. Ra'anan Gissin, spokesman to Israeli Prime Ministers Ariel Sharon and Ehud Olmert, worked with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat to develop Egypt's agricultural production to feed its impoverished population. The Islamist-ideologue Muslim Brotherhood then assasinated Sadat for enacting peace with Jewish Israel (which got Egypt the entire Sinai peninsula and billions of dollars in U.S. aid).

Now a political analyst, Dr. Gissin met with concerned citizens in Los Angeles last week (courtesy of the Israeli Consulate and Iranian-American cultural group, 30 Years After) to interpret the events in Egypt. In this DemoCast exclusive video interview, he explains the ramifications of Obama's public abandonment of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

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Dr. Gissin feels that the encouragement of public uprisings in countries without cultures to sustain true freedom will let Arab regimes become more repressive- even Islamist- which represses women and freedom of conscience- pushing the middle-east back into the Middle Ages.

Ra'anan. Gissin discusses Egypt and Israel with 30 Years After

Dr. Gissin believes Pres. Obama's public abandonment of long-time ally Mubarak to a popular uprising sends a cautioning message to Arab oil producing regimes frightened of Iran's growing military power - that their political allying with the U.S. will not provide them protection from a menacing, soon to be nuclear, militant Iran.

The U.S. needs Arab oil-producers as allies to fend-off enemy Iran from manipulating oil-production to damage the global economy- particularly Western civilization. With it's growing hegemony over those oil-producers, Iran could manipulate US support away from Israel and towards Iran/OIC countries, who could ally for a pan-Muslim siege to conquer Jerusalem and Israel.

Furthermore, the threat of an Islamist oil-war against Western economies, would advance Islamist encroachment within Western societies, politics, and culture.

The conflict between individualism and Islamism would feed the Hojjatieh apocalyptic Islamist sect within Iran's mullah-cracy - which seeks global conflict to expedite their messiah, the 12-Imam's, arrival which they believe would secure Muslims' status in the hereafter.

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