Striptease 2011: The Muslim Brotherhood’s Private Parts

No Virginia, that is not Santa Clause; that is a wino in a red suit who wants in your house so he can molest you.
That article is just easing you into “things you do not need to know yet.” Yesterday the MSM said that the MB was a “mostly secular” political group that is on the fringe; today they admit the “banned” group may represent 20 to 40 percent of the populace AND is hardline Islamist AND likely to have a “share” in the new gov.
The fact is that unless secular and Christian factions on the ground in Egypt stand fast against them the MB will make Egypt a Sunni Iran.
The real question is: why does Obama WANT this to happen when he ignored similar unrest in IRAN?

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Robert Spencer on The Muslim Brotherhood

true image of Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt

Is there a difference?

There is a great post over at Jihad Watch today about the Muslim Brotherhood’s history as both a subversive and an Islamist organisation…

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Contrary to claims that it is a moderate organization, the Muslim Brotherhood is actually the prototypical Islamic supremacist, pro-Sharia group of the modern age. Founded by Hasan al-Banna in Egypt in 1928, the Brotherhood emerged as a response to colonialism and Western influence in the Islamic world. Al-Banna wrote that “a wave of dissolution which undermined all firm beliefs was engulfing Egypt in the name of intellectual emancipation. This trend attacked the morals, deeds and virtues under the pretext of personal freedom. Nothing could stand against this powerful and tyrannical stream of disbelief and permissiveness that was sweeping our country.” His remedy? Restoration of Islamic law as the ruling principle of governance.

Al-Banna consequently decried Kemal Ataturk’s abolition of the Caliphate in secular Turkey, which he complained separated “the state from religion in a country which was until recently the site of the Commander of the Faithful.” Al-Banna characterized it as just part of a larger “Western invasion which was armed and equipped with all [the] destructive influences of money, wealth, prestige, ostentation, power and means of propaganda.”[1]

We summon you to Islam, the teachings of Islam, the laws of Islam and the guidance of Islam, and if this smacks of “politics” in your eyes, then it is our policy. And if the one summoning you to these principles is a “politician,” then we are the most respectable of men, God be praised, in politics . . . Islam does have a policy embracing the happiness of this world. . . . We believe that Islam is an all-embracing concept which regulates every aspect of life, adjudicating on every one of its concerns and prescribing for it a solid and rigorous order.[3]…”

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