Mohammed El Baradei - a good leader for Egypt?
El Baradei and a cry that went up throughout all the land of Egypt. This matrix was first published by me on 2/1/2011.
A second revolution has come to Egypt, and the evil Muslim Brotherhood has been swept from power. As was true in the initial revolution one name that stands out as the eventual ruler of Egypt's government: Mohammed El Baradei. What follows on this article is not what I found about him in 2013 when Morso was overthrown. Rather it was I found and posted about El Baradei back in 2011. If El Baradei does take over the reigns of government in Egypt, then the matrix is an example of finding a correct future for a person, but not the date. After Morsi was overthrown there was a push to make El Baradei the new President, but so far (by July 17, 203) he has only been appointed vice-president.
2011 POSTING: As Egypt braces to see how the massive revolt against President Hosni Mubarak plays out, one name stands out as a potential replacement – Mohammed El Baradei. There are many key words that could be sought in conjunction with his name, but in accordance with what I wrote about Talmud and Names, here I just wanted to see what goes through his name when it appears at minimum ELS. Is there any message that stands out? El Baradei appears at minimum ELS (unwrapped or wrapped Torah) at skip 36,237. Without using a wrapped matrix function, this is its only ELS in Torah. Running through his third in the open text is A great cry throughout all the land of Egypt. There is indeed such a cry for Mubarak to step down. The next line of the matrix includes A covenant with the inhabitants of the land. That is what El Baradei wants as he asks the people to consider making him their leader. Two lines below this at skip 2 is a short form of the year of the situation – 5771 on the Hebrew calendar (2011). But can we trust him? He speaks about a unity government that would include the Muslim Brotherhood – allies of Hamas? He claims that they represent just a small portion of Egypt. Running through the 7th letter of his name is He shall do all that proceeds out of his mouth. The Muslim Brotherhood was behind the assassination of President Anwar Sadat. While El Baradei tries to minimize the importance of including this group in his potential government, we need only look at how Hezbollah came to dominate the government in Lebanon to understand the dangers of such a union.