Muslim Brotherhood in the USA

The Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is routinely presented in the mainstream media as a civil rights organization. Its consistent pattern of encouraging Muslims not to cooperate with law enforcement is never mentioned. Reporters citing CAIR as a source or authority almost always fail to mention that CAIR is an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas terror funding case — so named by the Justice Department. During that case, a captured internal document of the Muslim Brotherhood was released, naming CAIR’s parent organization, the Islamic Association for Palestine, as one of its allied groups, and explaining that the mission of Brotherhood groups in the U.S. was “eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within and sabotaging its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.” Read more of this post

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The Muslim Brotherhood in Europe

The Muslim Brotherhood always saw Europe as a launching pad for overthrowing Arab regimes, but attempts to Islamicise Europe-based Muslims have failed, writes Tarek Dahroug
The Muslim Brotherhood organisation spread in Europe after Brotherhood members began leaving Arab countries for the continent in the mid-1950s against the backdrop of conflicts with political regimes, specifically in Egypt, Syria and Iraq. Read more of this post

Fabricated Attacks

Syria: The Douma Market Attack outside Damascus: Another Fabricated Pretext for US-NATO Military Intervention?

The August 16, 2015 attack on a market in the Syrian town of Douma, just outside the capital Damascus, has caused international outrage. Condemnations of the Syrian government have poured in from seemingly all corners of the globe as President Assad and the Syrian military have been declared responsible for the attack, convicted in the court of media opinion. Interestingly, such declarations have come well before any investigation has been conducted, and without any tangible evidence other than the assertions of the rebel spokespersons and anti-government sources. Indeed, there has been an embarrassing dearth of investigative questions asked as corporate media, who have been far from objective these last four and half years, have rushed to fit the facts to their long-standing narrative of “Assad the Butcher.” Read more of this post

Muslim Brotherhood Party in USA

The Muslim Brotherhood Launches it’s own Political Party in US, Just In Time for 2016
Ready for more Hope & Change?

With an eye toward the 2016 election, the Muslim Brotherhood has built the framework for a political party in America that seeks to turn Muslims into an Islamist voting bloc. Read more of this post

Arab world: Has the penny finally dropped?

Is the UK’s decision to order a review of the Muslim Brotherhood a sign the West is beginning to see the organization’s true motives?

Since the start of the ill-named “Arab Spring,” the Muslim Brotherhood has been very much in the news.
Coming to power through democratic elections in Egypt and Tunisia, they were toppled within a short time by the people, who discovered their true intentions. Read more of this post

The Case of Obamas Missing Pants

There isn’t much enthusiasm for Obama’s plan for Syria. A lot of the Senate would like Obama to go bigger. A lot of the House would like Obama to just go.
Even the experts have trouble explaining how and why the attacks will do any good. The debate has congealed down to credibility.
The only real argument in favor of hitting Syria is Read more of this post

Al-Jazeera America is the Muslim Brotherhood Channel

Al-Jazeera America“: The very name gives me the heebie-jeebies. What does Al-Jazeera have to do with America?
Everything, if the cheers and happy talk of the American press corps are any measure. Entranced, media critics have greeted the rollout of “AJA” as that of just another news company, not the propaganda arm of monied Qatari despots. Read more of this post

Obama Family Supports Terrorists

The Barack H. Obama Foundation (BHOF) was established in 2008 by Abon’go Malik Obama, the half-brother of U.S. President Barack Obama. Abon’go, a Kenyan-born Muslim with twelve wives, created the foundation in memory of his (and President Obama’s) biological father, Barack H. Obama (1936-82) of Nyan’goma Kogelo village in Kenya. For details about Abon’go Malik Obama’s ties to radical Islamists, terrorists, and the late Libyan dictator Muammar Qadhafi see footnote #1 below.[1] Read more of this post

Egypt’s One Chance for Democracy

Only capable armed forces can check the violent proclivities of Islamic supremacism.

As Egypt began to implode, yet again, John Kerry inadvertently stumbled into something a lot closer to the truth than the delusional “Arab Spring” narrative that has guided Obama-administration policy. The secretary of state, tied in knots by congressional foolishness that mandates terminating U.S. aid when a foreign government is ousted by a coup d’état, Read more of this post

Is Obama Botching Egypt?

Rumsfeld Slams Handling of Crisis and War on Terror

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld slammed Obama’s handling of Egypt during an interview with Newsmax.com. “The people that we’ve sent there to deal with the problem have not done a particularly skillful job in my view. It’s unfortunate,” he said. Read more of this post

Syria’s war splits nation into 3 distinct regions

BEIRUT — More than two years into Syria’s civil war, the once highly-centralized authoritarian state has effectively split into three distinct parts, each boasting its own flags, security agencies and judicial system.
In each area, religious, ideological and turf power struggles are under way and battle lines tend to ebb and flow, making it impossible to predict exactly what Syria could look like once the combatants lay down their arms. But the longer the bloody conflict drags on, analysts says, the more difficult it will be to piece together a coherent Syrian state from the wreckage. Read more of this post

Machtkampf der Islamisten

Salafisten gegen Muslimbruderschaft: Saudi-Arabien und Katar bringen ihr Fußvolk in Stellung.

Der Umsturz in Ägypten wurde von Saudi-Arabien begrüßt und von Katar kritisiert. Während Katar die Muslimbrüder unterstützt, hofiert Saudi-Arabien die Salafisten, die Gegnerschaft dieser beiden grundverschiedenen islamistischen Bewegungen könnte nicht nur Katar und Saudi-Arabien zu Gegnern machen, er könnte langfristig sogar den schiitisch-sunnitischen Gegensatz in der arabischen Welt ablösen. Read more of this post

Fear in Egypt: A gloomy sunset on the Nile

The largest Arab country has become a source of fear: For itself, its neighbors, even more distant countries. Dizzied by rallies, a coup, and agitation for civil war, Egypt craves leaders of a kind it hasn’t had since antiquity.

Shaken by the unfamiliar rhetoric, gunshots, and bloodstains of civil war, Egypt is searching its soul – in vain. Once a symbol of stability, prosperity and tolerance, the largest Arab country has now become a source of fear: Fear for Egypt, for its neighbors, even for more distant countries as well. Read more of this post

Close ties between Muslim Brotherhood and Obama Administration

The Egyptian magazine Rose El-Youssef published on December 22 that at least six Muslim Brotherhood operatives work closely with the Obama administration, enjoying strong influence over US policy. Sources of the report are not clear but it was clearly intended to raise the issue with Egyptian readers. Read more of this post

Österreich weiter Zentrum der Terror-Finanzierung

Wien, AT – Vor Jahren gab es die kleine Aufregung: Gegen die HAMAS-Funktionäre Adel Abdallah Doghman und Hani Abdelhalim waren strafrechtliche Ermittlungen geführt worden, wegen Terror-Finanzierung. Nicht sein konnte, was nicht sein durfte. Die damalige Justizministerin Maria Berger ordnete die Einstellung des Verfahrens an. Einer der Hintermänner, der Muslimbruder Anas Schakfeh, erhielt auf Vorschlag Bergers das Goldene Verdienstabzeichen. Niemand weiß bis heute, wofür. Read more of this post