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November 26, 2012            10:51 AM CT

An Egyptian court is set to hear a challenge to President Mohamed Mursi’s decree that placed his decisions above judicial review, a move that triggered some of the biggest demonstrations since last year’s uprising against Hosni Mubarak.

A Cairo administrative court has set a first hearing for Dec. 4 in the case brought by lawyers and judges including the head of Egypt’s judges’ association, Ahmed el-Zind, the court said in a faxed statement today.

“These are judicial procedures that we don’t interfere in, but at the end of the day there’s a presidential decree,” presidential spokesman Yasser Ali told reporters in Cairo today.

Mursi’s Nov. 22 decrees sparked five days of unrest in the capital and other main cities and clashes between his foes and supporters. Secular parties and youth groups have called for mass protests tomorrow against the Muslim Brotherhood, which is organizing its own rallies in defense of the president.

from:  http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-11-26/egypt-court-to-hear-case-challenging-mursi-decree-dec-4.html

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Mohamed Mursi was born on August 20th, 1951 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohamed_Mursi

August 20th, 1951

August 20th

8 + 20 +2+0+1+2 = 33 = his personal year (from August 20th, 2012 to August 19th, 2013) = Will he stand his ground or cave in?

33 year + 11 (November) = 44 = his personal month (from November 20th, 2012 to December 19th, 2012) = Stay tuned for updates.  It is what it is.  Twitter.  Tweets.

44 month + 4 (4th of the month on Tuesday December 4th, 2012) = 48 = his personal day = Guidance.  Direction.

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November 21, 2012              4:00 a.m.

A weeklong battle between Israel and Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip has turned the political kaleidoscope, shaking up and repositioning diplomatic forces tackling the Middle East’s myriad conflicts.

The broad alliance contending with the civil war in Syria has divided over who’s to blame for the latest Israeli-Palestinian clash. Egypt, no longer moving in lockstep with Washington after last year’s ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, is walking a fine line between defense of fellow Islamists in Hamas and commitment to the Arab-Israeli peace treaty. Tensions in Egypt’s Sinai have ratcheted up with an influx of Palestinians fleeing the airstrikes on Gaza. And what was seen for months as a grave threat for the region — Israel’s vow to bomb Iranian nuclear facilities — has faded from the headlines but not the horizon.

The barrage of Hamas rockets and Israeli airstrikes has most notably diverted world powers’ attention from the rebellion against Syrian President Bashar Assad that has reached a bloody stalemate after 20 months and left thousands dead. The U.N. Security Council called an emergency session in New York for Wednesday. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has rushed to the region to counsel the Gaza combatants, as has U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and concerned diplomats from the European Union and Arab League.

Even if the Gaza conflict is quickly tamped down by a cease-fire, it has undermined the recent consensus among Western powers to unite rebel groups fighting for Assad’s ouster and strengthen their hand with diplomatic recognition, aid and potentially arms. Turkey, a NATO military partner and staunch U.S. ally in the Syria peace efforts, has accused leaders of the Jewish state of “waging terrorism” against Palestinians in Hamas-ruled Gaza.

Egypt‘s new Islamist leadership has also come to the defense of Hamas, an offspring of the Muslim Brotherhood that helped bring President Mohamed Morsi to power this year and transform Cairo’s political outlook after three decades of Mubarak toeing the U.S. line.

Morsi has so far shown balance and statesmanship in helping to broker a cease-fire, analysts say, but the shifts in popular sentiment brought about by the “Arab Spring” confront the Egyptian leader with competing pressures to respect the peace accord with Israel as well as stand up for the Palestinians who have suffered the lion’s share of casualties in the weeklong conflict. As of late Tuesday, the Palestinian death toll topped 130 and the Israeli toll was five dead.

Middle East experts are divided over the significance of Israel’s sudden silence on Tehran’s reported acceleration of uranium enrichment and suspected aim of building a nuclear bomb. Some contend Israel couldn’t cope with a two-front war and has put the standoff with Tehran on a back burner. Others expect the Israelis to confront any fresh Iranian provocation even while battling Hamas, with the recent clash providing them an opportunity to test their Iron Dome missile defense system.

“A lot of people have speculated that this is a sort of dress rehearsal for Iran,” Paul Scham, a Middle East Institute scholar and professor of Israel studies at the University of Maryland, said of the past week’s Israeli offensive punishing an escalation of Hamas rocket fire into southern Israel.

The Iron Dome system succeeded in intercepting at least 300 rockets fired from Gaza, preventing what might have been a higher civilian casualty toll that could have driven Israel to step up its offensive with a ground invasion, Scham noted.

Demonstrating the prowess of its previously untested missile defense, he said, “might be a warning to Iran, and to the United States as well, that Israel is serious about halting any weapons development.”

Charles Ries, a career diplomat now heading Rand Corp.’s Center for Middle East Public Policy, said he wasn’t among those predicting that an Israeli strike on Iran was imminent. But he sees no compromising of Israeli capabilities to act against Tehran because of the Gaza distraction.

“The Israelis will act on their interests as they see them. If they see weaponization by Iran, they will act regardless of Gaza. That said, I don’t think that’s particularly likely,” Ries said of the Iranian nuclear standoff surging to the foreground.

A more disturbing consequence of the past week’s violence may be seen in Syria, where attacks on rebel-held civilian enclaves by Assad’s forces have intensified as the Syrian president takes advantage of the international community’s diverted attention, said Robert Danin, senior fellow in Middle East and African Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.

“We’ve seen a dramatic uptick in violence in Syria since this conflict broke out in Gaza,” said Danin. “We are not very good, the United States or the international community, at watching multiple crises unfolding. This conflict has a way of sucking oxygen away from other issues.”

from:  http://www.latimes.com/news/world/worldnow/la-fg-wn-gaza-mideast-fallout-20121120,0,7227367.story

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Hillary Clinton was born on October 26th, 1947 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hillary_clinton

October 26th, 1947

October 26th

10 + 26 +2+0+1+2 = 41 = her personal year = Israel.

41 year + 10 (October) = 51 = her personal month (from October 26th, 2012 to November 25th, 2012) = Deadly serious.

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Christopher Stevens

September 12, 2012            3:48 a.m.

The U.S. ambassador to Libya and three American members of his staff were killed in the attack on the U.S. consulate in the eastern city of Benghazi by protesters angry over a film that ridiculed Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, Libyan officials said Wednesday.

They said Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed Tuesday night when he and a group of embassy employees went to the consulate to try to evacuate staff as the building came under attack by a mob guns and rocket propelled grenades.

The three Libyan officials who confirmed the deaths were deputy interior minister for eastern Libya Wanis al-Sharaf; Benghazi security chief Abdel-Basit Haroun; and Benghazi city council and security official Ahmed Bousinia.

The State Department said Tuesday that one American was killed in the attack. It has not confirmed the other deaths.

The attack on the Benghazi consulate took place as hundreds of protesters in neighboring Egypt scaled the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and tore down and replaced the American flag with a black Islamic banner.

The attacks in Benghazi and Cairo were the first such assaults on U.S. diplomatic facilities in either country, at a time when both Libya and Egypt are struggling to overcome the turmoil following the ouster of their longtime authoritarian leaders,Moammar Kadafi and Hosni Mubarak, in uprisings last year.

The protests in both countries were sparked by outrage over a film ridiculing Muhammad produced by an Israeli filmmaker living in California and being promoted by an extreme anti-Muslim Egyptian Christian campaigner in the United States. Excerpts from the film dubbed into Arabic were posted on YouTube.

Stevens, 52, was a career diplomat who spoke Arabic and French and had already served two tours in Libya, including running the office in Benghazi during the revolt against Kadafi. He was confirmed as ambassador to Libya by the Senate earlier this year.

Before Tuesday, five U.S. ambassadors had been killed in the line of duty, the last being Adolph Dubs in Afghanistan in 1979, according to the State Department historian’s office.

from:  http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-christopher-stevens-ambassador-libya-20120912,0,4288354.story

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John Christopher Stevens was born on April 1st, 1960 according to http://www.famousdead.com/christopher-stevens/

April 1st, 1960

April 1st

4 + 1 +2+0+1+2 = 10 = his personal year (from April 1st, 2012 to April 1st, 2013) = Random.  Senseless.

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

John Christopher Stevens

JCS 

  31 

 

his undoing number = CS = 31 = Controversy.  Things got out of hand.

 

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Chris Stevens  

3       1         1 

 

his primary challenge and how he lost his heart’s desire both = CS = 31 = Controversy.  Things got out of hand.

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Mohammed Morsi, the new Egyptian president

12:07 PM EDT                Sunday June 24, 2012

Mohamed Morsi was declared the new president of Egypt on Sunday, following the first democratic election in Egypt’s history.

The announcement triggered massive cheers and celebratory gunfire in Cairo’s Tahrir Square.

Authorities had been on “high alert” for potential violence if his rival Ahmed Shafik won. Instead, the huge crowd erupted in celebration — even in scorching temperatures near 100 Fahrenheit (38 Celsius).

Morsi, of the Muslim Brotherhood, had more than 13 million votes, while Shafik — the last prime minister to serve under ousted president Hosni Mubarak — had more than 12 million, election officials announced.

Morsi ended up with just under 52% of the vote, while Shafik got just over 48%, officials said.

The Muslim Brotherhood‘s Freedom and Justice Party, on Facebook, called the election result a “tribute to the martyrs of our revolution.” It vowed, “We will keep walking on the path.”

On Twitter, the Muslim Brotherhood said the “battle for democracy” and justice hasn’t ended, and “we will remain” in Tahrir.

The presidency is largely a figurehead position, as the country’s military rulers maintain much of the control over the country.

Still, the vote was “a moment in history,” said Abdul Mawgoud Dardery, a fellow member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party.

“We’ve been waiting for it for 7,000 years,” he said. “For the first time in history we have our own president, elected by us. The power of the people is now in the hands of the president — and the president has to go and move forward.”

Dardery called on Morsi to resign from the Muslim Brotherhood to make clear is is the president of all Egyptians.

Sunday’s announcement came after a very long speech by Farouq Sultan, head of the Higher Presidential Election Commission, in which he defended the electoral process and discussed reports of irregularities and how they were handled.

Each campaign had accused the other of election fraud.

Both candidates — who faced each other in a runoff last weekend — had already declared victory. Before the announcement on Sunday, both campaigns repeated that claim on Facebook.

Officials, calling for calm Sunday before the announcement, warned that they were ready to carry out long-standing policy of using deadly force against people who attack government buildings.

The only gunfire heard from Tahrir Square after the announcement was celebratory. The square was the site of mass protests last year that toppled Mubarak.

Sunday’s celebration showed the kind of public support for the Muslim Brotherhood that would have gotten demonstrators thrown in jail under Mubarak.

But in a country split between the two candidates, many were angered by the election result.

A group of Shafik supporters at a hotel were devastated by the result. One threw something at the screen as the announcement came.

Manal Koshkani, a Shafik supporter at the hotel, told CNN she and others “fear” the direction the Islamist party, the Muslim Brotherhood, could take Egypt.

“I hope we see a better future” Morsi, she said, adding, “I highly doubt it.”

On the other hand, Wael Ghonim, who helped organize the 2011 revolution, tweeted, “The first elected civilian Egyptian president in the history of modern Egypt. The revolution continues.”

The Muslim Brotherhood announced in advance Sunday that it would stage a long-term protest if Shafik was declared the winner.

Like Mubarak, Shafik is a former air force officer with close ties to Egypt’s powerful military and is “the quintessential candidate of the counter-revolution,” said Khaled Elgindy, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington.

Morsi, an American-educated engineer, “represents the older, more conservative wing of the Brotherhood and openly endorses a strict Islamic vision,” said Isobel Coleman of the Council on Foreign Relations.

But in an interview with CNN, Morsi said, “There is no such thing called an Islamic democracy. There is democracy only. … The people are the source of authority.”

More than 1,800 ambulances were dispatched across the country before the results were announced as a proactive measure, the state-run EgyNews agency reported. It also said the country’s interior ministry stressed the need to respect peaceful demonstrations.

But the ministry also said it would not tolerate any turmoil against authorities after Sunday’s pivotal announcement.

“Minister Mohamed Ibrahim has given police forces orders to shoot to kill against anyone attempting to attack police stations after the results,” interior ministry spokesman Gen. Marwan Mustapha said, reiterating government policy in such circumstances. “Increased security has been dispersed in the side streets of (Cairo’s) Tahrir Square to protect government buildings.”

The Muslim Brotherhood vowed it would stage “a long-term, open-end sit-in at Tahrir Square,” complete with bathroom facilities made of bricks, daily food supply and tight security at the entrances of the square, if Shafik won, said Jihad Haddad, a political adviser to the Muslim Brotherhood. Haddad cited the Brotherhood’s disapproval of the ruling military body’s new constitutional decree and de facto martial law.

Egypt’s all-powerful military leaders have said they won’t reverse their widely deplored constitutional and judicial changes and also cautioned against election-related unrest.

“We will face anyone who will pose a challenge to the public and private sectors with an iron fist,” the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) said.

Egypt’s constitutional court dissolved the lower house of parliament this month, extending the military’s power and sparking accusations of a coup d’etat.

Under an interim constitutional declaration, the military council retains the power to make laws and budget decisions until a new constitution is written and a new parliament elected.

The declaration said Supreme Council members “shall decide all matters related to military affairs, including the appointment of its leaders.” The president has the power to declare war, it says, but only “after the approval” of the Supreme Council.

The military council said it does not favor one political entity over another and respects the rights of Egyptians to protest but stressed the importance of self-restraint and respect for authority.

The Supreme Council urged political entities to respect democracy and “abstain from all possible acts that may descend the country into a full chaos.”

Egyptian reform leader Mohamed ElBaradei — the former head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate — warned that if Shafik was declared the winner, “we are in for a lot of instability and violence … a major uprising.”

He said there were fewer security concerns about a Morsi victory because Shafik supporters were unlikely to take their anger to the streets.

Before the results were announced, ElBaradei described the current situation as “a total, complete 100% mess.”

Mohamed Mahsoob, a law professor at Menofiya University and a member of the El Wasat Party, tweeted: “The revolution will succeed, even if the newly elected president is below expectations because we will have the right to change him. But the revolution will not succeed if we have a president from the old regime that we toppled because he will working on seizing it back (and) reversing the accomplishments.”

Amr Moussa, who served as foreign minister under Mubarak and mounted an effort to win the presidency in these elections, said “the next Egyptian president must call upon everyone to stand united as one.” According to state-run news agency MENA, Moussa called on the new president “to head an emergency government of technocrats” that would last six to 12 months.

from:  http://www.cnn.com/2012/06/24/world/africa/egypt-politics/index.html

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Mohamed Morsi was born on August 20th, 1951 according to http://misrstars.com/vb/showthread.php?t=409740

August 20th, 1951

August 20th

8 + 20 +2+0+1+1 = 32 = his personal month (from August 20th, 2011 to August 19th, 2012) = Mainstream.  Consensus.  Winning.  Victory.

Six of Wands Tarot card

32 year + 6 (June) = 38 = his personal month (from June 20th, 2012 to July 19th, 2012) = Taking care of himself.

Queen of Cups Tarot card

38 month + 24 (24th of the month on Sunday June 24th, 2012) = 62 = his personal day = Dealing with restrictions.

Eight of Swords Tarot card

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8:23 PM EDT             Tueday June 19, 2012

Reports conflicted Wednesday over whether the 84-year-old former president of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, was clinically dead.

The state-run Middle East News Agency, citing medical sources, said he was declared clinically dead shortly after arriving late Tuesday at a military hospital in Cairo, where he had been taken after suffering a stroke and cardiac arrest earlier in the day.

But Gen. Mamdouh Shaheen, a member of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, told CNN, “He is not clinically dead as reported, but his health is deteriorating and he is in critical condition.”

Mubarak was taken by helicopter to the military hospital in the Maadi suburb of Cairo, Shaheen said. “He had a heart attack and his heart stopped and he was saved by electric shocks, then placed on respirator,” he said. “His pulse is 40. He then got a brain clot. He is NOT clinically dead as reported but his health is deteriorating and he is in critical condition.”

And Mubarak’s lawyer, Fareed El Deeb, told CNN, “He has been in a coma for hours now. He has had water on the lungs for 10 days now and his blood pressure is down today, which obstructed his breathing and forced doctors to put him on a respirator. He was given medicine intravenously to relieve the brain clot, and electric shocks were used to revive him but there was no substantial response. He is not dead as reported.”

El Deeb added that Mubarak’s wife, Suzanne, was at his side. He blamed SCAF for not having moved Mubarak last week from the prison to the hospital.

Adel Saeed, the official spokesman of the Egyptian prosecutor, had said earlier, “We were informed by prison authority that Mubarak’s heart has stopped and they used electric shocks and CPR to resurrect him. He is now on an artificial respirator and doctors from the armed forces and International Medical Center will inspect him.”

Nile TV reported that Mubarak had suffered a stroke.

He was taken from Tora prison hospital to Maadi military hospital, El Deeb told CNN. “He has suffered a stroke, but he is not dead.”

The prosecutor and the military council denied Mubarak had been moved.

His health had been reported in decline since he was ousted as president of Egypt in February 2011 and found guilty of charges related to the killings of hundreds of anti-government demonstrators during the revolution.

Last week, an Interior Ministry spokesman said he was comatose; the spokesman said he suffered from high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats and difficulty breathing.

“We should be skeptical,” said Fouad Ajami, a senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution.

“There’s a great Arab expression I like and it asks the following question: When you’re told that someone is dead, you say, ‘Is he dead and buried, or just dead?’ I think we are in the middle of this kind of situation.”

“Clinically dead is not a phrase that is commonly used, but when it is used, what it usually means is that someone is brain dead,” said CNN Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen. “In the United States, we would call this person dead because they have no brain activity.”

Meanwhile, crowds jammed Tahrir Square once again on Wednesday. But their focus this time was not on Mubarak. Instead, it was on the power grab by the Egyptian military, which last week issued a constitutional decree that stripped the position of president of much of its power after a top court dissolved the parliament. Those moves were followed by the nation’s first presidential election, which pitted Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi against Mubarak’s former prime minister, Ahmed Safik. Final results have not been announced.

“It’s a media stunt to divert attention from the constitutional decree,” said Taha Shaker, a demonstrator in the square. “If he’s really dead, it won’t make a difference. We’ve started a sit-in and won’t leave unless the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces leaves unconditionally.”

“I’ve come from far away. I’m not leaving until Morsi swears the oath in front of the legitimately elected parliament,” said demonstrator Sayed Ahmed. “I don’t care about Mubarak. These are games played by the intelligence services.”

“If he’s really dead, its God’s will,” said Nasser Shaaban, another demonstrator. “I would hope he lives to see the new president.”

Outside Maadi Military Hospital, shortly before midnight Tuesday, there was no additional security. Instead, there were a few policemen outside the main gate and two military police inside the gate. Across the street perhaps a half-dozen journalists sat on the curb smoking cigarettes.

from:  http://www.cnn.com/2012/06/19/world/meast/egypt-mubarak/index.html

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Hosni Mubarak was born on May 4th, 1928 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hosni_Mubarak

May 4th, 1928

5 + 4 +1+9+2+8 = 29 = his life lesson = what he is here to learn = Competency.

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May 4th, 1928

May 4th

5 + 4 +2+0+1+2 = 14 = his personal year (from May 4th, 2012 to May 3rd, 2013) = Intolerance.  Immoderate.

Temperance Tarot card

14 year + 6 (June) = 20 = his personal month (from June 4th, 2012 to July 3rd, 2012) = Judge for yourself.  The afterlife.

20 month + 19 (19th of the month on Tuesday June 19th, 2102) = 39 = his personal day = Half-truths.

Knight of Cups Tarot card

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June 14, 2012           7:27 am

A constitutional court stepped into Egypt’s precarious politics Thursday by ruling that the former prime minister of deposed leader Hosni Mubarak could not be disqualified from this weekend’s polarizing presidential run-off election against a candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood.

The decision came the same day the court added fresh turmoil to the battle between secularists and the Muslim Brotherhood by ruling that one-third of the members of the Islamic-controlled parliament were unlawfully elected.

[Updated June 14, 8:10 a.m.: The verdict immediately dissolves parliament and forces new elections for all 498 lawmakers.

“The makeup of the entire chamber is illegal and, consequently, it does not legally stand,” said the Supreme Constitutional Court, according to state media reports.]

Both decisions infuriated political camps across this restive nation. Liberal activists opposed the candidacy of Ahmed Shafik, a Mubarak loyalist, as a dangerous endorsement of the repressive politics of the past. The ruling on the Islamist-controlled parliament was a setback to the Muslim Brotherhood, which was hoping to expand its power in the event its candidate, Mohamed Morsi, defeats Shafik in voting that begins Saturday.

[Updated June 14, 8:44 a.m.: The verdicts deepen tensions between Egypt’s military leaders and the ascendant Muslim Brotherhood over the political fate of a country that has been under authoritarian rule for decades. If Shafik wins and the Islamists lose parliament, the old guard would return to power in what may essentially be a repudiation of last year’s uprising that overthrew Mubarak.]

The court’s decision on Shafik was expected. The judges were appointed by Mubarak and the law passed by parliament to forbid former top regime officials from running for president was widely regarded as unconstitutional. The law was praised by activists, however, as a last chance to stop what they predict could be losing a revolution that has inspired the Arab world.

It is not clear how and when elections for new parliament will occur. The drafting of a new constitution has been delayed by political infighting and the nation — ruled by a military council — is in uncertain political terrain. Expecting unrest from the court rulings and this weekend’s elections, the Ministry of Justice on Wednesday granted the army wider power to arrest civilians and activists.

from:  http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/world_now/2012/06/egyptian-court-keeps-shafik-in-race-rules-one-third-of-parliament-elected-unlawfully.html

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Mohamed Hussein Tantawi was born on October 31st, 1935 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohamed_Hussein_Tantawi

October 31st, 1935

10 + 31 +1+9+3+5 = 59 = his life lesson = Everything falls apart.  Salvaging what remains.

Five of Swords Tarot card

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October 31st, 1935

October 31st

10 + 31 +2+0+1+1 = 45 = his personal year (from October 31st, 2011 to October 30th, 2012) = Things can go horribly wrong.

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June 02, 2012              4:28 PM CDT

A shocking discovery was made in an intersection just before 1 a.m. — a baby in the street and the child’s parents were no where to be seen.

The 1-month-old boy was found in a car seat near 45th Avenue and Cholla.  Police say the baby was taken to an area hospital in good condition.

Authorities say a person passing by the area called 911 about the baby in the street.

While officers were investigating the scene and interviewing witnesses, they were told the name of the child’s mother, who later arrived at the intersection.

Officer James Holmes said the investigation revealed that the witnesses, the suspect, 19-year-old Catalina Clouser, and her boyfriend had been smoking marijuana earlier in the evening at a nearby park.

“The suspect’s boyfriend and the suspect, along with her baby, left the park to purchase beer at around 11:00 p.m. The boyfriend was stopped by Phoenix officers and arrested for aggravated DUI after he was suspected of, and processed for being impaired while driving with the baby in the vehicle,” said Holmes.

According to the police report, officers learned that the Clouser was upset over her boyfriend’s arrest.  She drove to the area of 4500 W. Cholla Street and admitted to smoking one or two additional bowls of marijuana with her friends.  According to the friends,she left the area with the baby.

Holmes says it appears that Clouser put the baby on the car’s roof and drove off, forgetting he was still on the roof.  When she arrived home and found that the baby wasn’t in or on the car, she feared he’d fallen from it and realized her mistake.

Police say Clouser admitted to what happened and she was booked into jail for one count of aggravated DUI and one count of child abuse.

The baby is in the custody of Arizona Child Protective Services.

Police did not release the boyfriend’s name.

from:  http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/story/18684444/baby-found

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Catalina Clouser

31213951 3363159                  55

 

her path of destiny = 55 = Bad idea.

Ace of Swords Tarot card 

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