Mohammed Morsi Quotes.
I never meant to antagonize anyone.
Jihad is our path and death in the name of Allah is our goal.
I am the first Egyptian civilian president elected democratically, freely, following a great, peaceful revolution.
The world stage is very difficult. It’s not easy to be on the world stage.
There is a positive and personal relationship between the Egyptian people and the Syrian people.
When the Egyptians decide something, probably it is not appropriate for the U.S. When the Americans decide something, this, of course, is not appropriate for Egypt.
Conflict does not lead to stability in the world.
The revolutions of the Arab Spring happened because people realized they were the power.
I know about technology, about research, scientific applications, culture, civilization, differences between nations of the world, the nature of history.
If you want to judge the performance of the Egyptian people by the standards of German or Chinese or American culture, then there is no room for judgment.
I’m very keen on having true freedom of expression. True freedom of faith. And free practice of religious faith.
I will not use my legislative powers except in a very limited framework.
The president of the Arab Republic of Egypt is the commander of the armed forces, full stop.
I will treat everyone equally and be a servant of the Egyptian people.
The Zionists have no right to the land of Palestine. There is no place for them on the land of Palestine.
Egypt is practicing its very normal role on its soil and does not threaten anyone and there should not be any kind of international or regional concerns at all from the presence of Egyptian security forces.
We must confront this Zionist entity. All ties of all kinds must be severed with this plundering criminal entity, which is supported by America and its weapons, as well as by its own nuclear weapons, the existence of which is well known. It will bring about their own destruction.
Freedom of expression comes with responsibilities, especially when it comes with serious implications for peace.
Egypt now is a real civil state. It is not theocratic, it is not military. It is democratic, free, constitutional, lawful and modern.
There cannot be peace in the Middle East without giving Palestinians their full rights.
There is no power above people power.
When I say, ‘I am supporting the police or the army,’ I am talking about the army in general and the police in general. In general, those institutions are good institutions.
We Egyptians reject any kind of assault or insult against our prophet.
A death sentence will be issued, a death sentence will be implemented. A life sentence will be issued, a life sentence will be implemented.
Egyptians are always and will always be supportive of their Palestinian brothers, all Palestinians.
The most important thing for me is to have real friendship between Egyptians and Americans.
I will not betray my country.
The world is not uni-cultural. We must live together rather than seeking to dominate each other. The people in the world cannot accept domination anymore.
We all have to announce our full solidarity with the struggle of those seeking freedom and justice in Syria, and translate this sympathy into a clear political vision that supports a peaceful transition to a democratic system of rule that reflects the demands of the Syrian people for freedom.
The situation in Egypt is stable. We are ready for tourism and investment.