Exposes the Deal
The deal is a "Dirty" one. The regime hands are soiled with guilt and responsibility by vacating the crime scene to the perpetrators despite advance warnings and complaints made by El Ghad party members to Kasr El Nil police station several days before the incident. But let us not fool ourselves. Mousa is only a button, he acts for and on behalf of the regime. Something of this gravity could have never happened in broad day light like this without the regime's approval, in fact, blessings, or even clear orders to "carry out" operation "Torch the Opposition."
The above photos (Source: El Badeel Newspaper) show one of the thugs "Waleed" making way for "Mousa Mostafa Mousa" and "Ragab Helal Hemida", then setting El Ghad Building on fire. A Video which El Badeel keeps, shows "Ragab Helal Hemida" giving instructions to "Waleed" to set the building ablaze. "Waleed" is shown in the photos wrestling with a fireman to prevent him from putting out the fire. El Badeel also has a video showing "Waleed" trying to unplug water hoses off the fire engine to prevent fire fighters from doing their job.
Despite this over-whelming published evidence, Attorney General has informally accused the victims, leaders of El Ghad Party entrapped inside the building at the time of the attack, of setting fire in their own office and has not to-date called "Mousa Mostafa Mousa" or "Ragab Helal Hemida" for questioning or directed any accusations against them.
"Mousa Mostafa Mousa" is the brother of "Aly Mousa", a close ally to "Gamal Mubarak" in the Policies Committee, of the ruling Party, NDP. Mousa Mostafa Mousa, despite having being fired from El Ghad in 2005, has obtained a court order from the regime that he is the President of El Ghad Opposition Party. Mousa is a strong supporter of NDP and the regime. Gameela Ismael has affirmed that El Ghad fight is not against Mousa or Ragab, who are merely finger-men, simply "buttons", "tools" or "gloves" which the regime used against El Ghad, but the fight is against the regime itself.
In 2005, it was hinted that NDP leaders were involved in a plot to control El Ghad Party through jailing Ayman Nour and placing Mousa Mostafa Mousa in his seat. Mousa was fired from the party following misconduct as he removed Ibrahim Eisa, Editor-in-Chief from El Ghad newspaper against a clear mandate by the General Assembly of El Ghad Party that elected Eisa as the editor in chief of the Party's newspaper.
Mousa further worked against Nour in the first multi-candidate presidential elections ever witnessed in Egypt but Nour managed to clinch a second position in the presidential race despite wide irregularities and abuse of power which marred the elections.
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