"Islamic Sharia says they deserve to be killed..."
Despite an invitation by an Egyptian government official to Egyptian Jews now residing in Israel to return, the terrorist organization Islamist Jihad has threatened any returning Jews with death, as reported by Israel National News on Jan.4, 2013.
In a surprise announcement from the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party’s Essam al-Erian, the presidential advisor announced that:
"It is better for Jews to live in a country like Egypt rather than in a country contaminated by occupation."
Erian also added that the former Egyptian Jews should return to Egypt to:
"Make way for the Palestinian people.
Every Egyptian has the right to come back to Egypt, no matter what his religion."
Islamic Jihad, Not So Much...
One of the leaders in Egypt's Islamic Jihad movement, Mohamed Abou Samra, blasted any thought of Jews returning to the North African nation:
"We shall fight them vigorously if they return, especially the Egyptian-Israeli Jews.
Islamic Sharia says they deserve to be killed."
The terror leader had a special message for Erian:
"Erian is violating religion to be a national hero for the Jews at the expense of the Islamists.
And the Brotherhood’s denouncement of his remarks was too mild."
A Final Solution...
Not quite done with his denouncing any Jewish return, Samra went on to state:
"They will destroy the economy and foment sedition.
Their return will be over our dead bodies.
We will continue fighting the Jews until the liberation of Palestine or Doomsday."
The Status Of Jews In Egypt...
Upon the founding of the State of Israel in 1948, upwards of 75,000 Jews called Egypt their country.
But a rising tide of anti-Semitism forced the overwhelming majority of Egyptian Jews to vote with their feet.
Roughly half of the Jewish population has fled to Israel, the remaining half have emigrated mainly to the United States, France, Brazil and various other Western nations.
Today, less than 100 Jews remain in Egypt.
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