Thursday, June 18, 2009

What Connection Between Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood?

Why does this anti-jihad blog disapprove of Obama as president or for any position in the U.S. Government?

On November 4,1979 a renewed Moslem aggression against the non-Islamic world was launched with the occupation of the U.S. Embassy in Teheran, Iran.

Twenty-two years later, Islamic adherents on jihad killed some 3000 people in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania.

There is no doubt that the jihadists of the Moslem world are at war with the United States. That no Islamic countries have declared war is beside the point, as there is financial as well as implicit support among the Moslem elites, masses and governments of this aggression with the goal of Islamizing the West, including the United States.

When the supposed leader of the United States is sympathetic to the Islamic world's aim, he can neither be regarded as a defender of the Constitution of the United States nor of its people.

From comes the following:

Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood Links Deserve Second Look

“The Speech” [Cairo] delivered by Barack Obama may have been intended to strengthen ties with the Muslim community, but it also served to add another chapter to Obama’s troubling history with the world’s oldest international terrorist organization – the Muslim Brotherhood.

The Islamic revivalist movement Muslim Brotherhood (MB), founded in 1928 by the Egyptian schoolteacher Hassan Al-Banna, seeks to establish a global Islamic Caliphate ruled by Shari’ah law. MB has spawned such terrorist groups as Hamas – which is actually the Palestinian chapter of MB – Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and Al Qaeda. Despite being officially outlawed in Egypt, MB politicians – who run as independents – account for 88 seats, or just over 20% of Egypt’s parliament. In addition, MB has either founded or is linked to most major U.S. Muslim organizations such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Muslim Students Association (MSA), the Muslim American Society, and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). The MB denounced violence back in the 1970’s and now claim that they stand for democratic reform, but they support suicide bombings and are tied to international terrorist attacks.

At least ten MB members – including Mohammed Saad el-Katatni, the head of MB’s parliamentary bloc – were invited to attend the speech at Cairo University. The Obama administration claims that invitations were sent out exclusively by Egypt’s Cairo and Al-Azhar Universities. However according to the Middle East Media Research Institute, the Egyptian daily Al-Masyroon reported that the invitations were “extended at the request of U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Margaret Scobey.”

Reporters questioned Deputy National Security Adviser Denis McDonough whether or not MB members were invited by the administration, but McDonough would not give an answer.

“I can tell you that invitations have gone out to the full range of actors in Egyptian political society,” responded McDonough. Apparently to the Obama administration the “full range of actors” includes those who see suicide bombing as “the greatest of all sorts of Jihad in the Cause of Allah.”

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