In 2005’s Egyptian parliamentary elections the Muslim Brotherhood ran candidates officially called “Independents” who won 20% of the seats. The Brotherhood has been unofficially involved in Egyptian politics since 1980.

Emboldened by the protestors filling Cairo’s streets the Brotherhood has taken the next logical step in the fulfillment of its dream to Islamize the entire world. It has announced it will apply for recognition as a formal political party.


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Those unfamiliar with the aims of the Brotherhood have to consider its motto and the obvious implications it holds for Egypt and ultimately the world. The Brotherhood operates solely by these words to achieve its goals: “Allah is our objective; The Prophet is our leader; Qur’an is our law; Jihad is our way; and dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope”

Playing rope a dope with the western media

The Brotherhood, as all forms of organized Islam, is very patient and focuses on long term goals. They are very cunning. They are westernized enough to realize that by appearing moderate and keeping their motto out of western eyes they can get the “useful idiots” in the western media to make them look like Jeffersonian democrats.

A typical example of this foolishness comes from a blog maintained by the University of Wisconsin at Madison (UWM) (where else?).


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A UWM Law professor characterized talking about the dangers of a Muslim Brotherhood run Egypt as, “hysterical fear mongering” and the possibility of Egypt going to war with Israel “wildly implausible.”

Prediction

Unfortunately there is every indication that the New York Times and the rest of the American media will work overtime spraying perfume on a group whose goal is the death of the Western Christian/Judeo way of life. When the Egyptian elections are held in September the Brotherhood will win, whether it wins honestly or not.

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