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ويكيليكس wikileaks : ينشر وثيقة تقول أن سوزان مبارك مسيحية وكانت تتمتع بنفوذ كبير+ نص الوثيقة


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

فى مفاجأة من العيار الثقيل أكد موقع ويكيليكس wikileaks أن سوزان ثابت إبراهيم زوجة الرئيس السابق محمد حسنى مبارك مسيحية الديانة

أجزاء من الوثيقة
التى كتبها رئيس البعثة فى السفارة الأمريكية بالقاهرة السفير "جوردون جراى" بتاريخ 18 مايو 2005 برقم (05CAIRO3807)

إن سوزان مبارك لديها "دور بارز داخل المنظمات الحكومية وغير الحكومية" التى تركز على قضايا التعليم ومحو الأمية

أن سوزان ثابت إبراهيم
قرينة الرئيس السابق حسنى مبارك "مسيحية الديانة"

بأنها "نشيطة وشهيرة" وأنها "مضيفة كريمة"

أن سوزان تتمتع بـنفوذ كبير فى السياسة الداخلية

نص الوثيقة كما جاء في موقع ويكيليكس (الوثيقة الأمريكية التى جاءت بتاريخ 18 مايو 2005 برقم (05CAIRO3807)):




E.O. 12958: N/A

Sensitive but unclassified. Please protect accordingly.

¶1. (SBU) Embassy Cairo warmly welcomes the visit of First
Lady Laura Bush to Egypt. This visit is an opportunity for
the U.S. to emphasize for the Egyptian public and its
leadership our concern over the essential societal issues of
education and literacy. Egypt's first lady, Suzanne Mubarak,
who has a well-earned prominent role in governmental and
non-governmental organizations focused in these areas, will
join Mrs. Bush for much of her program. The program will
also include an opportunity to meet with some of Egypt's
prominent women activists.

Schedule highlights

¶2. (SBU) The First Lady's schedule will include events in
both Cairo and Alexandria. Key components of the Cairo stop
include a joint TV taping with Mrs. Mubarak of Egypt's
Arabic-******** version of Sesame Street (Alam Sim-sim),
interviews with U.S. morning show hosts against the backdrop
of the Sphinx and the Great Pyramids of Giza, a lunch hosted
by Mrs. Mubarak for leading women on establishment NGOs, a
visit to a "one room girls' school" designed to bring girls
who have been denied educational opportunity back to school,
an Embassy community "meet and greet," and an Embassy-hosted
event with leading reform-oriented women. The First Lady's
visit to Cairo, home to almost 20 million of Egypt's 72
million inhabitants, will receive wide coverage and provide
her with a snapshot of educational and women's issues facing
Egyptian society.

¶3. (SBU) The First Lady's second day will focus on
Alexandria, Egypt's "second city" with its rich Mediterranean
history. The First Lady will visit a secondary school and
the Alexandria Library before departing Egypt.

Suzanne Mubarak

¶3. (SBU) Suzanne Mubarak is an active and very public first
lady. She will be a gracious hostess. Her many public
appearances in support of charitable causes, including
frequent overseas trips for international conferences, get
prominent play in the Egyptian media and she wields
considerable clout in domestic politics. This is
particularly true when it comes to promoting education and
literacy, issues also supported by President Mubarak.

¶4. (SBU) Mrs. Mubarak's primary areas of interest focus on
girls' education, women's rights, literacy, social welfare,
and health care. She is the head of the Egyptian Red
Crescent Society (similar to the American Red Cross), the
National Council for Women, and the National Council on
Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM), among myriad other titles.
As the President's wife, she takes on high-profile causes.
Recently, she took a lead role in getting the large, upper
class suburb of Heliopolis (where she and President Mubarak
live) spruced up for the neighborhood's 100th anniversary

¶5. (SBU) With a particular emphasis on women's and
children's issues, Mrs. Mubarak has attended the 1995 Women's
conference in Beijing, headed the Egyptian delegation to a
special UN session on Women in 2000, joined prominently in
the 2001 Arab Women's summit, participated in the 1990 World
Summit on Children, and has sponsored many literacy and
education related programs in Egypt. She also has actively
supported peace initiatives, to include humanitarian efforts
in support of the Palestinians, including sponsoring caravans
of basic food supplies during the height of the intifada.

¶6. (SBU) Mrs. Mubarak is Christian, while her husband is
Muslim. She has two children: the single Gamal (in his early
40's) who is the head of the ruling National Democratic
Party's Policies Committee and an older son, Alaa who focuses
on business interests. Married (to former UNICEF official
Heidi Rasekh), Alaa has not been involved in politics. His
two sons are President Mubarak's only grandchildren.

Cairo sites

¶7. (SBU) In Cairo, the First Lady will be greeted by
Suzanne Mubarak at President Mubarak's official palace for a
short courtesy call before proceeding to a joint taping of
Egypt's Arabic ******** TV version of Sesame Street, "Alam
Simsim." The program, which was launched with USAID support
in 1997, is extremely popular in Egypt and is rebroadcast
around the Arab world. One of the program's principle aims
is to promote literacy. Mrs. Mubarak appeared on the program
in 2003, reading a book to one of the muppet-like characters.

¶8. (SBU) After appearing on U.S. TV shows, Mrs. Bush will
be hosted at the historic Mena House Hotel adjacent to the
Pyramids. Egyptian Guests at the lunch will include female
representatives of the boards of various non-Governmental
organizations that Mrs. Mubarak has taken a leading role in
promoting. After lunch Mrs. Mubarak will accompany The First
Lady to the Abu Sir Girls' School. This school, established
by the NCCM, is part of a country-wide effort to provide
girls in rural areas the opportunity to attend school. The
schools use modern curriculum, versus the standard
memorization used in many Egyptian schools and bring girls of
different ages together in one classroom with the goal of
reintegrating them into public secondary schools at age 14.

¶9. (SBU) The First Lady will also participate in an Embassy
community meet-and-greet and an Embassy-hosted event for
leading women involved in reform in Egypt. These women,
representing a wide cross-section of society are involved in
projects ranging from political reform to education.

Alexandria sites

¶10. (SBU) In Alexandria the primary stop will be at the
Library, known as the "Bibliotheca Alexandrina." The
library's inspiration is the ancient library built by Ptolemy
I in ancient Alexandria around 295 BC, which epitomized the
intellectual splendor of the classical world. In the words
of Mrs. Mubarak, the Bibliotheca "seeks nothing less than to
recapture the spirit of the ancient library of Alexandria,
center of knowledge and of ecumenism of the ancient world."
Opened in 2002, after a 28-year effort, and at cost of USD
220 million--mostly donated by foreign governments--the
building is an architectural and engineering marvel. It
includes museums and galleries, research facilities and
auditoria, as well as the largest reading room in the world,
the size of New York's Grand Central Station. Director
Ismail Serageldin, a former World Bank Vice President, has
used the Library to host reform conferences including two on
reform in the Arab world and seeks to foster its image as a
"clearing house of progressive ideas." He has an ambitious
agenda of projects but funding remains a key issue: although
the library's ****ves are designed to hold eight million
volumes, they currently have only 350,000.

¶11. (SBU) The First Lady will also visit a secondary school
which is part of the Egyptian Government's efforts to give
local communities more power over education. This pilot
school, part of a USAID-funded project, supports modern
teaching methods and greater input from parents and community
leaders into the education process, has the potential to
serve as a model throughout the Arab World.

Civil society issues facing Egypt

¶12. (SBU) Egypt claims a proud history of developing
democratic institutions, such as an elected parliament
(People's Assembly and Shura Council, although two-thirds of
the latter's membership are appointed) and an independent
judiciary. Yet, the public is becoming significantly more
vocal about demands for more open governance. Recent street
protests are departing from the traditional focus on disdain
for U.S. policies in Israel or Iraq and rather energetically
pointing to the need for domestic political reform.
President Mubarak's decision to amend the constitution to
allow for competitive presidential elections, which has been
endorsed by the parliament and is on the agenda for a May 25
referendum, has met with a mix of praise and calls for more
meaningful reform. The decision opens a new door in a nation
which has never directly elected its leader. Opposition
figures, however, point to "high hurdles" governing the
process of registering candidates.

¶13. (SBU) The Egyptian government, in trying to strike a
balance between demands for political reform and ensuring
stability, has stated that it will not permit public
demonstrations to turn violent; many would argue that the
government is already too restrictive in regulating
demonstrations. The government's perceived constraints on
opening the political process too quickly include concerns
that religiously oriented groups, particularly the powerful
Muslim Brotherhood (outlawed but partially tolerated), might
take advantage of that process for their own purposes. The
tension between public desire for more openness and the need
for stability will continue to feature in the political
dialogue in Cairo.

¶14. (SBU) Some specific benchmarks that the U.S. would
welcome are revocation of the emergency law which has been in
effect for decades, participation of international monitors
in the upcoming elections (to help bestow international
legitimacy on the process), expanded religious freedom for
all faiths, and greater latitude for NGO's to actively foster
civil society and promote broader participation in governance.

Economic and regional con****

¶15. (SBU) In spite of increased public interest in domestic
politics this spring, the primary concern of most Egyptians
continues to be their economic well being. Egypt's new Prime
Minister, who assumed office last July and is visiting the
U.S. May 14-20, has embarked on a series of economic reform
measures that are designed to boost Egypt's prospects for a
prosperous future. Ongoing reforms include changes in
customs regulations and the corporate tax code, each require
a concerted effort to fully implement here in Egypt.
Business people hope that the long term benefits of these
reforms will put Egypt on a stronger economic footing; Egypt
is also hopeful that negotiations for a free trade agreement
with the U.S. are on the near horizon. While working to
improve the broad economic parameters which drive prosperity,
the Egyptian government is also reluctant to reduce subsidies
on basic commodities for its vast population; the people have
come to expect a certain "boost" from the government and many
will continue to judge the success of the regime on
short-term pocketbook issues.

¶16. (SBU) The Palestinian issue is the major regional
political issue influencing Egyptian thinking. Since
President Sadat's courageous decision to visit Jerusalem in
1977, Egypt has been more engaged with both sides of the
Israeli-Palestinian conflict than any other regional player.
President Mubarak and his cabinet maintain an active dialogue
with Israeli counterparts and look for practical ways to
bring security to the Palestinian territories. In the public
political psyche, the Palestinian issue is as much a domestic
concern as a foreign policy issue - perceived grievances of
the Palestinian population resonate deeply in Egypt and the
Arab world.

Educational concerns

¶17. (SBU) Education is an area in which Egypt faces the
daunting task of preparing over 600,000 young people annually
to enter the workforce. The sheer numbers of school children
nearly overwhelm an education system that many Egyptians
agree needs extensive modernization. Large portions of the
national curriculum, despite recent efforts at modernization,
remain woefully out of date and the public education system
is plagued by drastic resource shortfalls, a serious capacity
deficit in its teaching corps, overcrowded and dilapidated
facilities, and pervasive corruption. Experts agree that
this system leaves Egyptian graduates ill equipped to compete
in the global marketplace. USAID's mission in Egypt contains
a substantial program to address Egypt's educational needs.
The First Lady will be visiting two schools assisted by USAID
in a "pilot schools" program that aims to introduce an
entirely new model for public education in Egypt.

¶18. (SBU) Egypt has a tradition of strong women in
leadership positions that dates back to Pharonic times. The
First Lady will be meeting with many of Egypt's most
influential women, many of whom may suggest that Egypt's
treatment of women is on par with more developed countries.
However, international studies continue to ******** the
serious challenges confronting Egyptian women, including
credible estimates which put female illiteracy as high as 60
percent. Improvements in the delivery of quality education
goes hand in hand with the development of a more robust role
for women in Egypt's future.

Impact of the visit

¶19. (SBU) The First Lady's visit to Egypt will reinforce
U.S. support for the critical issues of education and
literacy, will underline our commitment to the region, and
will present a positive image of U.S. involvement in the Arab
World. Mrs. Mubarak is looking forward to hosting the visit,
and the Egyptian Press will devote considerable coverage to
the two-day visit.

Visit Embassy Cairo's Classified ***site:

You can also access this site through the
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فيما قالت وثيقة أخرى بتاريخ 26 مايو 2005 برقم (05CAIRO3953)

قالت ان سوزان مبارك عقدت أجتماع سرى يوم 23 مايو 2005 مع زوجة الرئيس الأمريكى لورا بوش
وليلى كمال الدين صلاح، زوجة وزير الخارجية الأسبق أحمد أبوالغيط فى قصر "الاتحادية"

وفى هذا الأثناء قامت سوزان ولورا وصور معن جزءاً جديداً من برنامج "عالم سمسم" بصحبة دمية كرتونية اسمها "خوخة" بهدف الحديث عن أهمية القراءة

نص الوثيقة الثانية بتاريخ 26 مايو 2005 برقم (05CAIRO3953) كما جاء في موقع ويكيليكس:
Viewing cable 05CAIRO3953, THE FIRST LADY'S VISIT TO EGYPT, MAY 23-24



E.O. 12958: N/A


¶1. First Lady Laura Bush's May 23-24 visit to Egypt was a
public diplomacy triumph and contributed significantly to USG
efforts to promote education, reform, and the role of women.
In Cairo, her visit included meetings with Egyptian First
Lady Suzanne Mubarak and prominent female representatives of
Egyptian civil society. She toured a girls school and filmed
a segment on promoting literacy on Alam Simsim, the Egyptian
version of Sesame Street. She highlighted Egypt's cultural
heritage by taping the American morning shows in front of the
Pyramids and by touring an archeological site. In
Alexandria, Mrs. Bush visited a school and the Bibliotheca
Alexandrina. Press coverage of the visit was generally
positive. End summary.

Meeting with Mrs. Mubarak

¶2. After being greeted on arrival on May 23 by Mrs. Leila
Kamal Eldin Salah, wife of Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed
Aboul Gheit, Mrs. Bush proceeded to the Ittihadiyyah Palace
for a brief private meeting with Mrs. Mubarak. The two First
Ladies were then joined by Mrs. Salah, the First Lady's Chief
of Staff Anita McBride, NEA PDAS Liz Cheney, and Mrs. Connie
Gray (wife of the Charge) for a meeting.

Alam Simsim Filming

¶3. After meeting at the palace, Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Mubarak
visited the set of Alam Simsim, the Egyptian version of
Sesame Street. Established with USAID funding in 1997, Alam
Simsim focuses on the promotion of literacy and girls'
education. The two First Ladies filmed a segment with
Khokha, the three-year-old female muppet, on the importance
of reading. The segment will be seen by Alam Simsim's
viewership of eighty-five percent of Egyptian preschoolers
and fifty-four percent of their mothers. (The current season
has ended, but the Ministry of Information may seek another
opportunity to air the segment soon with the two First

Morning Shows and Women's Lunch

¶4. With the Sphinx and two of the Pyramids as a backdrop,
Mrs. Bush participated in three American network morning
shows and an interview with CNN. At the nearby Mena House
hotel, Mrs. Mubarak hosted Mrs. Bush for a lunch with
prominent Egyptian women. Attendees included the wives of
ministers, leading academics, and senior representatives from
the National Council of Women and the National Council for
Childhood and Motherhood.

Visit to Girls School

¶5. Next, Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Mubarak visited the Abu Sir Girl
Friendly School in a rural area of the Giza Governorate to
highlight the importance of providing educational
opportunities to Egyptian girls previously kept out of school
for social or economic reasons. The Abu Sir School is a
model for offering the opportunity for the girls to catch-up
and eventually re-integrate into regular schools. This
unique school avoids rote learning and instead focuses on
encouraging creative thinking. As Mrs. Bush later remarked
to Embassy staff and to Rod Eichler, the Managing Director of
Apache Corporation, which funded the construction of the
school, the Abu Sir School could be a model for
re-introducing education to girls in Afghanistan.

Excavation Tour

¶6. Mrs. Bush ended her day with a tour of a newly discovered
excavation site with Dr. Zahi Hawass, Secretary General of
the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities. Statues found
in the excavation lead archeologists to believe that the site
has never been plundered by tomb raiders. Mrs. Bush held a
brief press availability at the site.

Civil Society Meeting

¶7. The next morning (May 24), Mrs. Bush held a meet and
greet with Embassy staff to thank them and their families for
their government service. Mrs. Bush met with prominent women
activists, and her formal comments recognized the assembled
women for their contributions to Egyptian society. Mrs. Bush
then departed Cairo for Alexandria.

Al-Seyouf School
¶8. Mrs. Bush's first stop in Alexandria was at the Al-Seyouf
school complex, a model participant in the Alexandria
Governorate's school reform program and a recipient of USAID
educational reform funding. During the visit, she
participated in an English ******** teaching demonstration,
reviewed library research projects, and listened to
instrumental and choral music performances. The stop helped
to publicize USG commitment to educational reform in a
setting especially appropriate to the First Lady's background
as a teacher and librarian.

Bibliotheca Alexandrina

¶9. Mrs. Bush then proceeded to the Bibliotheca Alexandrina,
a massive complex including a library, academic research
facilities, a conference center, and a variety of
technologically-advanced cultural heritage preservation
projects - i.e., the GOE's attempt at resurrecting the
ancient library of Alexandria. Her guided tour included the
library stacks, an IT-enhanced project encouraging children
to read, the antiquities and manu******s collections, and an
interactive, nine-screen historical and cultural video
demonstration on Egypt. The visit also included a stop at a
display commemorating the 2004 signing of the Alexandria
Declaration, a ******** calling for political and economic
reform across the Arab world, and the First Lady's viewing of
Islamic religious manu******s and an electronic, interactive

Press Reactions

¶10. On the evening of May 23, Nile TV reported on Mrs.
Bush's visit to Alam Simsim and to the Abu Sir Girl Friendly
School, emphasizing the First Lady's commitment to education
for young girls and literacy. The following day, Mrs. Bush's
visits to Alam Simsim and Abu Sir School were replayed on
Egyptian TV (ETV), along with her visit to the Pyramids and
her comments at the site. ETV reported on May 25 the First
Lady's meeting with Egyptian women leaders at the U.S.
Embassy, as well as her visits to a school in Alexandria and
the Bibliotheca.

¶11. In its May 24 edition, Al-Ahram published a photo above
the fold of Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Mubarak seated together under
the headline: "Suzanne Mubarak Receives Laura Bush. The Two
Attend Taping of Children's Program." The English-********
Egyptian Gazette published a photo of the two First Ladies at
Alam Simsim, seated at a table reading with the muppet
character Khokha. Photos of the two First Ladies at the
Bibliotheca Alexandrina ran on May 25 with brief articles
emphasizing the importance of women's role in society.
Additional photos on May 25 in pro-government dailies
Al-Ahram and Al-Akhbar showed Mrs. Bush visiting Al-Seyouf
School and the Bibliotheca.

Visit Embassy Cairo's Classified ***site:

You can also access this site through the
State Department's Classified SIPRNET ***site.



المقال "ويكيليكس wikileaks : ينشر وثيقة تقول أن سوزان مبارك مسيحية وكانت تتمتع بنفوذ كبير+ نص الوثيقة" نشر بواسطة: Google Plus   بتاريخ:
سوزان مسيحية لا اعتقد ذلك هي أقل من ان تكون صاحبة ديانة انها ماسونية
iهوة المسيحية ايه يعنى ؟؟ كفر و العياذ بالله لا دى من اهل الكتاب و ايه يعنى مش عارف الموضوع عادى و مش عايز دخول فى الدين علشان حرام مضبوط و الا لا ؟؟؟
الصبح يقولوا سوزان مبارك الى منعت مسلسل الحاج متولي الجزء الثانى , خايف كمان شوية يقولوا سوزان مبارك ماكانتش مرات مبارك
منير الخطير
اه والله مرة يقولو انها اللى منعت مسلسل الحج متولى ودلوقتى بتقولو انها مسيحية
والله خايف بكرة تيجو تقولو انها هى اللى خرمت الربع جنية الفضى
هى اى نعم ما تستهلش انى انا اتكلم عنها بس برضو يا جدعان كدة اوفر بجد
هههههههههههههههههههه اها فعلا والله حاجه تحير
طب وصورتها الي في الحج مع الشيخ حسني مبارك ؟؟
كذب هي كمان ولا تمويه عشان الدور وبس ههههههه
يعنى انتى عايز تقوليلى ان مصر دوله مسيحيه مش أسلاميه ؟؟ لا يا شيماء أنا فاهمك كويس ,هتلاعبينى بالألفاظ هالاعبك ,لا تعالى فى ناس بتفهم :d
من الممكن تصديقه ولا شىء غريب على هؤلاء بالمرة فهم قوم لا تحكمهم الا اهوائهم وموضوع الديانة موش فارقه مع مبارك اساسا لأنه رجل تربى على ايدى الروس. فهو يعيش العلمانيه
مسيخيه مسلمه يهوديه لا ديانه لا ديانه لها الدين لله شعب تافه هايف
عندنا مثل شعبى يقول الفاضى يعمل قاضى ووووووووووووو الشايل اربه مخرومه بتخر على راسه
معظم الاخبار اللى فى عاجل متستحقش انها تنحط
المفروض يكون فيه اهتمام اكتر شويه
طب لو هى كانت مسيحية ازاى سمحت للعادلى يفجر كنيسة القديسين ....يعنى حتى وهى مسيحية معندهاش رحمة اعوذ بالله شيطانة
كفاية استعباط
( حتى ويكيليكس بيضحك على المصريين )( الفرعون يكشف الكذب )
((( كفاية افتراء )))
عبد الله ابو احمد
لا حول ولا قوة الا بالله لا حول ولا قوة الا بالله
محمد انجلش
فين اللنك بتاع ويكيلكس اللي بيايد الكلام السابق؟ ياريت الاخبار اللي زي دي يكون معاها لنك معتمد بليس.هههههههههه ويقولك ماما سوزان ههههههههه. ثانكس
مسيحية مسلمة بتنجانية حتى المهم كان فين دينها يمنعها من الاساءة للغير دول محصلوش حتى المغول كلنو بيحبو بعض وبيحفظو على بعض
جدة مصرية
كنت رديت سابقا وليس بهذا الخبر

لا يهمنى اذا كانت مسيحية والا غير مسيحية

المهم عندى انها تتحاكم فقط

فاختيار اعتناق الأديان حرية لكل شخص

ولكن لابد من محاكمتها
جدة مصرية
طب لو هى كانت مسيحية ازاى سمحت للعادلى يفجر كنيسة القديسين ....يعنى حتى وهى مسيحية معندهاش رحمة اعوذ بالله شيطانة
برافو عليكى كوثر وملحوظة ذكية منك
وهى بتسرق يا ترى على اى مله او اى دين عايده
مسيحية هههههههه مسيحية ههههههه لا اله الا الله مره يقولك حسنى مات من 2005 طيب سوزان كانت بتبوس مين فى كاس الامم 2008 ههههههه مسيحي مسيحية على خيرة الله يالا عقبال مانسمع ان حسنى رئيس وزراء كولالا لامبروور

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