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President Barak Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, DC 20500
Tel. 202-456-1414, Fax: 202-456-2461
On behalf of the Egyptian people in Egypt and the United States, we extend to you our thanks and gratitude for the great work you do in serving the goals and the interests of the United States of America in the Middle East, and your effort in fighting terrorism. The position you took towards Egypt and its people in getting rid of the tyranny of the Mubarak regime was honorable. During the six years of your presidency, your policy successfully stopped the bleeding of American blood and treasures and improving the image of USA. At the same time, America’s interests were saved because of your wise policies.
On the domestic front, your policies were even better and more effective. Both employment and health care improved tremendously despite all the obstacles. More, US economy is gaining strength and resiliency after the sharp slump on 2008. As the first African American President, your remarkable achievements will be remembered for generations to come.
As you might be aware, the situation in Egypt is far worse than anybody could imagine after the fall of Mubarak regime, because of his criminal actions and corruption. During his 30 years of corruption and crimes, native Egyptians (Kemetian Copts) ended up empty-handed. They suffer severe economic difficulties and total social destruction. Currently, our people face the hardest time in our history and live in the middle of an existential threat.
In the enclosed memo, we bring to your attention as much information as possible that explains the real situation, the specific threats, and suggested peaceful solutions to save our native people in Egypt and to survive in their current existential crisis.
We would like your help and support for our demands, which we have raised to President Abdul Fatah Al Sisi. These demands are consistent with the all international covenants and treaties of the United Nations.
Finally, we wish you and your beautiful family a happy holiday. Thank you so much.
Rafique Iscandar, American Coptic Union -President