Muslim Brotherhood gains power in Egypt

CAIRO, March 25 (UPI) — The Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamic group once banned by Egypt, has become a force as the country undergoes a change in government, observers said.

Because of its organization and network, the Muslim Brotherhood was expected to have an advantage while the post-Hosni Mubarak government takes shape, The New York Times reported Friday. What is surprising to some are the ties the organization has with its adversary, the military.

Read the rest here Muslim Brotherhood gains power in Egypt – UPI.com.

In February 2011 Barack Hussein Obama, called for the removal of Honsi Murbarak, a long time trusted U.S. ally in North Africa.
Hosni Murbarak the former president of Egypt, was pushed from power by Obama during the Egyptian uprising in February, this set off a chain of uprisings in the mid-east removing what little stability that the region had.
This has also set the region on a course of complete uncertainty leading to the possible outcome of a worse case scenario, a hard-line anti-American pro-terrorist Islamic take over of the entire region with the Muslim Brotherhood leading the way.

The Muslim Brotherhood has a history of breeding death and destructive Islamic causes while putting on the face of friendship, it is an evil front group seducing the naive. Globalist groups like the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) are in denial of this fact, even though the history of the Muslim Brotherhood proves that they are a dangerous front.

Here’s an excerpt from an article taken from CFR’s website, the first two paragraphs speak volumes and the CFR’s vein attempts to deny the fact that the Muslim Brotherhood is dangerous are clear.

Does the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Have Ties to Terrorism?

It’s unclear. A widespread Islamist organization founded in 1928, the Brotherhood seeks to Islamize societies from the ground up and compel governments in Muslim countries to adhere to sharia, or Islamic law. At various times in its history, the group has used or supported violence and has been repeatedly banned in Egypt for attempting to overthrow Cairo’s secular government. Since the 1970s, however, the Egyptian Brotherhood has disavowed violence and sought to participate in Egyptian politics. The U.S. State Department does not include the group on its list of terrorist organizations. The Brotherhood denounced the April 7 bombing in Cairo by a previously unknown militant group, the Al-Ezz Islamic Brigades, calling it a “cowardly act,” The Associated Press reported. Still, the Egyptian government mistrusts the Brotherhood’s pledge of nonviolence and continues to ban the organization.

One reason the Brotherhood’s commitment to nonviolence is unclear: The original Egyptian organization has spawned branches in 70 countries. These organizations bear the Brotherhood name, but their connections to the founding group vary and some of them may provide financial, logistical, or other support to terrorist organizations. Some terrorist groups—including Hamas, Jamaat al-Islamiyya, and al-Qaeda—have historic and ideological affiliations with the Egyptian Brotherhood. In addition, some of the world’s most dangerous terrorists were once Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood members, including Osama bin Laden’s top deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri. The organization is like “stepping stone,” says Evan Kohlmann, an international terrorism consultant. “[For] someone who is interested in dedicating their lives to a radical Islamist cause, it can be a pathway up…to a more serious dealing with Islam.”

(emphasis mine)

The CFR states that the connection between Muslim Brotherhood and violence is unclear and then lists a group of terrorist organizations that the Muslim Brotherhood are affiliated with.

Like I had mentioned, the Muslim Brotherhood is an evil front hiding behind a facade of friendly jester, what Judas Iscariot was to Jesus Christ…A kiss on the cheek before the proverbial knife in the back, the Muslim Brotherhood is to the rest of the world.

The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt will remove the 33 year old Camp David peace accords signed by Israel and Egypt in 1978 and will cause a war between the two states.

The Muslim Brotherhood in Libya

According to this article from http://globalmbreport.org/ the Muslim Brotherhood is a key player behind the uprisings in Libya, of course Obama is supporting this uprising as well.

But now the Brotherhood is siding with the rebellion. In February, as protests in Libya began, Yusuf al Qaradawi — an Egyptian preacher in Qatar widely viewed as the Muslim Brotherhood’s chief spiritual guide — issued a fatwa or religious ruling obliging any Libyan soldier who had the opportunity to do so to assassinate the leader. Al-Amin Bilhaj, a leading figure in the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood and the President of the Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) recently traveled to Benghazi, the headquarters of the rebel movement, according to Hresha. Other Brotherhood exiles have returned to help treat the wounded in hospitals, according to Kemal el Helbawy, the Egyptian founder of the British association.

Obama is backing two uprisings that the Muslim Brotherhood is backing!

Ether Obama is completely stupid or he is completely deliberate, one points to incompetency and the other treason.

It is now coming clear that the foreign policy of Obama and the Democrats is heaping up a bitter cup of trouble that will affect the United Sates for years to come.

2012 cannot come soon enough.


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4 Responses to OBAMA LOSES EGYPT

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  3. fleeceme says:

    Good stuff. I like the cut of your jib and your blog as well.

    Something the CFR failed to mention in their vanilla report of the Ikhwan – the reason Egypt dislikes the Muslim Brotherhood is because they assassinated Anwar Sadat, the president of Egypt back in 1981. Oh well, I guess it would be too obvious for the CFR to look at overt violence when trying to determine if a group is violent or not.

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