In a recent TV interview, Egyptian film writer and director Khaled Youssef compared the Muslim Brotherhood to Adolf Hitler, saying: "If they ever feel that the people has no will of its own, they will do things to us that are worse than what Hitler did." In the July 30, 2012 interview, aired by the privately-owned Egyptian Al-Kahera Wal-Nas TV, Youssef further said: "A revolution against the Muslim Brotherhood would lead to bloodshed. When defeated, they know nothing but blood."
Following are excerpts from the interview:
We Might "Eventually Miss The Days Of Hitler"
Interviewer: "Do you think that a day will come when you will miss the days of Mubarak?"
Khaled Youssef: "That won't happen, but if we let [the Muslim Brotherhood] do whatever they want, we will eventually miss the days of Hitler. I have faith, however, in the will of the Egyptian people, who will not let them do whatever they want to us."
Interviewer: "Are you comparing the Muslim Brotherhood to the Nazis?"
Khaled Youssef: "I didn't say the Nazis. I said Hitler. I said that we will miss the days of... If they ever feel that the people has no will of its own, they will do things to us that are worse than what Hitler did. I am responsible for what I am saying." [...]
"A Revolution Against The Muslim Brotherhood Would Lead To Bloodshed"
Interviewer: "The revolution against the Mubarak regime had the smallest number of casualties of all the Arab revolutions. In your opinion, if there is a revolution against the Muslim Brotherhood, will it lead to a similar outcome, or will it be like in Libya or Syria?"
Khaled Youssef: "A revolution against the Muslim Brotherhood would lead to bloodshed. When defeated, they know nothing but blood." [...]
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