Monday, January 31, 2011

The Muslim Brotherhood is the Enemy

Excerpted from Andrew Breitbarts' BigPeace.com.
For the full article, please go to:
http://bigpeace.com/fgaffney/2011/01/30/the-muslim-brotherhood-is-the-enemy/

Suddenly, Washington is consumed with a question too long ignored: Can we safely do business with the Muslim Brotherhood?
The reason this question has taken on such urgency is, of course, because the Muslim Brotherhood (or MB, also known by its Arabic name, the Ikhwan) is poised to emerge as the big winner from the chaos now sweeping North Africa and increasingly likely to bring down the government of the aging Egyptian dictator, Hosni Mubarak.
In the wake of growing turmoil in Egypt, a retinue of pundits, professors and former government officials has publicly insisted that we have nothing to fear from the Ikhwan since it has eschewed violence and embraced democracy.


One reason we might be misperceiving the MB as no threat is because a prime source of information about such matters is the Muslim Brotherhood itself. As the Center for Security Policy’s new, best-selling Team B II report entitled, Shariah: The Threat to America found: “It is now public knowledge that nearly every major Muslim organization in the United States is actually controlled by the MB or a derivative organization. Consequently, most of the Muslim-American groups of any prominence in America are now known to be, as a matter of fact, hostile to the United States and its Constitution.”

1 comment:

Chris Taus said...

Muslim Brotherhood is not Taliban and Egyptians are not idiots like Pakistanis. Egyptian Army does not have any inferiority complex over any of its neighbours as Pak military suffes. It is unwise for the American President to be silent. If he speaks up he will lose only the friendship of Mr. Mubarak, Egypt is more important than individuals. The restrained Army's conduct shows they cannot be taken for a ride by Muslim Brotherhood. The world should ask Mubarak to announce a general election in 4 months and also about his stepping down.