Now that Mohamed Morsi, Barack Hussein Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood pal has been ousted, he has stopped delivery of four F-16’s promised to Egypt

The U.S. is delaying indefinitely its delivery of four new F-16 fighter jets to Egypt in light of the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi, but has not yet decided to suspend all military aid. Pentagon Press Secretary George Little said it was Barack Obama’s decision to hold back on the F-16 deliveries.


The Blaze  According to Little, the delay applies only to the F-16 fighter jets — the broader question of whether to suspend $1.3 billion in annual military assistance in response to the Egyptian military’s removal of the country’s Islamist president three weeks ago has not been settled.

The administration came under heavy fire in the past for continuing to supply F-16 jets to a highly unstable and radical Muslim Brotherhood-run Egypt during Morsi’s rule.  Back in February, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad went to Egypt just days after the United States delivered four fresh jets.


Twenty in total are scheduled to be delivered in 2013, and eight have already been delivered.  According to the United States Embassy website, the U.S. had delivered 224 F-16 aircraft to Egypt as of February 2013.

Back in January, 2013, with the al-Qaeda linked Muslim Brotherhood in control of Egypt, the Obama Regime refused to cancel or delay the delivery of 16 American-made F-16 fighter jets and 200 Abrams tanks to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, a deal that was made with Hosni Mubarak, claiming that the arms deal serves America’s “regional security interests.”