When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

Response to Norway visit to Egypt

Seven political democracy nations distributed across the African Continent – with the right of any African to relocate to a democracy nation, or stay in a religious, or tribal nation. UN recognition for churches, or mosques, or tribes which grow as large as a nation. The changing of the name of nations which are actually large churches or mosques to reflect this, “The Jewish Tribal Nation of Israel” instead of “The Nation of Israel” for example, or “The United Mosques of the Tribe of Saudi” instead of “The Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia” for example. Or what else?

The Egyptian Postal and Internet Service. The Egyptian Surgeon General’s Office. The Egyptian Division of Land Use Planning, Eminent Domain and Governorate coordination. The Egyptian Division of Eminent domain Citizen Trust Fund Accounts and oversight. A Treaty to establish a trustor – trustee relationship between the World Bank and the Egyptian National Treasury regarding Citizen Eminent Domain Trust Account oversight and Government Eminent Domain Resale Trust Account Oversight. The Egyptian division of Domestic cooperation and solidarity through Sovereign reorganization via eminent domain and citizen based land use and asset planning. The Egyptian Department of international arrest, emancipation, decision making regarding scarce productive resources with alternate uses, and choices regarding stand with or stand alone.

xref: “Have you ever been experienced?” (Hendrix, Jimmi)


Muslim Brotherhood Deputy Chairman Al-Shater Receives Norway’s Foreign Minister
Norwegian officials offer a number of collaborative initiatives to benefit Egypt and Norway and their peoples.
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Thursday, March 1,2012 18:58

Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Deputy Chairman Khairat Al-Shater, met with Norway’s Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store and Norwegian Ambassador to Egypt Tor Wennesland at the Brotherhood’s headquarters, on Wednesday morning, along with an accompanying delegation. Dr. Essam Al-Haddad, Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Foreign Relations Committee Officer, also attended the meeting.

The Norwegian FM hailed the success of the Egyptian revolution, acknowledging sacrifices made for the country by the Brotherhood throughout history. He also expressed his admiration of the current efforts made by the MB to revive the country and achieve comprehensive development and real renaissance.

For his part, Al-Shater thanked Store for his visit, and expressed appreciation for Norway’s government, which was quick to contact the MB, following the revolution, and has offered several initiatives to bolster bi-lateral relations between Egypt and Norway.

Moreover, Al-Shater asserted that Egypt is facing two major challenges. Firstly: the establishment of a political system based on democracy, the formation of state institutions and upholding the law. Secondly: true economic development, which will come about through domestic cooperation and solidarity, as well as foreign support and assistance.

Speaking at the end of the meeting, Al-Shater stressed the importance of boosting mutual cooperation with Norway through exchanging political, economic and legal experiences.

tags: Muslim Brotherhood / MB / Shater / Norway / Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Revolution / Egyptian Economy
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Response to Norway visit to Egypt

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