Skip to comments.Muslim Brotherhood Has Infiltrated Conservative Movement!
Posted on 02/22/2012 11:56:21 AM PST by TBP
The Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated the conservative movement.
Beck had Horowitz and a couple of others on his FOX show last year talking about this.
This explains the whacked out Ron Paul supporters.
Then they are fools. They will have a much better reception with liberals. The GOP has a bad tendency to support Israel.
Your post is offensive and indicates an ignorance (lack of knowledge) of reality.
I’m being as polite as I can, at this point.
Oops hit post too soon. By “bad tendency” I mean in the eyes of the MB.
Conservative support Israel, MB does not.
MB will be right at home with the terrorist sympathizers in the Democrat party.
We can see dollar signs from space.
“To this end, the Brotherhoods strategy, including the construction of its financial network, is built on the pillars of clandestinity, duplicity, exclusion, violence, pragmatism and opportunism.
Among the leaders of the Brotherhoods financial efforts, based on early Brotherhood documents and public records, are Ibrahim Kamel a founder of Dar al Maal al Islami Bank (DMI ) and its offshore structure in Nassau, Bahamas; Yousef Nada, Ghalib Himmat and Yusuf al-Qaradawi and the Bank al Taqwa structure, in Nassau; and Idriss Nasreddin, with Akida Bank International in Nassau.
Mapping the network of bank, insurance (takofol) companies and offshore corporations — which are often used as covers to open bank accounts and move money in difficult-to-trace paths protected by bank secrecy laws — should be the focus of far more attention because the network provides a mechanism for funding the Brotherhoods licit and illicit activities around the globe.
This is of fundamental importance because the Brotherhood has played a central role in providing both the ideological and technical capacities for supporting terrorist finance on a global basis the Brotherhood has spread both the ideology of militant pan-Islamicism and became the spine upon which the funding operations for militant pan-Islamicism was built, taking funds largely generated from wealthy Gulf state elites and distributing them for terrorist education, recruitment and operations widely dispersed throughout the world, especially in areas where Muslims hoped to displace non-Muslim or secular governments.
Almost every major Islamist group can trace its roots to the Muslim Brotherhood, founded in 1928 by the Hassan al-Banna, a pan-Islamicist who opposed the secular tendencies in Islamic nations. Hamas is a direct offshoot of the Brotherhood. Hassan al-Turabi, who offered sanctuary in Sudan to Osama bin Laden and his al Qaeda allies, is a leader of the Brotherhood. He also sat on the boards of several of the most important Islamic financial institutions, such as DMI.
Bin Ladens mentor Abdullah Azzam was a stalwart of the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood. Ayman Zawahiri, al Qaedas chief strategist, was arrested at age 15 in Egypt for belonging to the Brotherhood. Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, Ayman al-Zawahiri, Blind Sheikh Omar Abdul-Rahman, and chief 9-11 hijacker Mohamed Atta, were members of the Brotherhood.”
From: “The Little Explored Offshore Empire of the International Muslim Brotherhood”
April 18th, 2006
oh yeah well so’s yer mother
oh yeah well so’s yer mother