Wikileaks revealed emails involving Hillary Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta. Mr Podesta is a long-term associate of the Clintons and was President Bill Clinton’s Chief of Staff from 1998 until 2001. Hillary Clinton states at Jewish United Fund Of Metropolitan Chicago Vanguard Luncheon, held on 10/28/13:
Certainly Egypt posed very direct threats to Israel because of the, number one, instability and then number two, the unpredictability of the Morsi government. That also posed in the eyes of the Saudis and the Emiratis a threat to them because they view the organized efforts for political Islam to be threatening their status quo. We also were very concerned about the breeding of instability in terrorist havens in the Sinai which could be used just as the FATA between Pakistan and Afghanistan had been used by Al-Qaeda as launching sites for extremist attacks against Egypt, against Israel, against Jordan and further afield in the Gulf.
On the same day, Hillary gave another talk at Jewish United Fund Advance & Major Gifts Dinner, where she states:
So it’s, right now, playing itself out. The military is going to remain in charge for as long as they choose to, really. They are going to face more internal threats that they are going to have to be very tough in dealing with, and they are going to try to, in as much as they can, squash the Muslim Brotherhood and their political arm. And they are getting a lot of help from the Saudis to the Emiratis—to go back to our original discussion—because the Saudis and the Emiratis see the Muslim Brotherhood as threatening to them, which is kind of ironic since the Saudis have exported more extreme ideology than any other place on earth over the course of the last 30 years.
In the same speech, Hillary also reveals a very strange conversation she had with Morsi, the then Democratically elected President of Egypt.
So he [Morsi] came into office quite naive. I remember one of my very first meetings with him saying ‘What are you going to do to prevent Al-Qaeda and other extremists from taking up positions inside Egypt and, in particular, in the Sinai?’ His response was, ‘Well, why would they do that? We have an Islamist government now. Why would they do that?’ And I said, ‘Because you will never be pure enough. It does not matter. I don’t care what your positions are. You cannot be a president of a country and not do everything you can to protect your country against these internal threats.’
It is increasingly clear from these emails that, both Saudi and Emirati Governments are fully supportive of overthrowing of Morsi’s Government and fully backing the military rule of Sisi. The Rise of Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt would have spread across Emirates as well as Saudi Arabia, threatening the monarchies.