Nearly flawlessly executing the operation in Pakistan to raid the compound where Osama bin Laden was living — among the military and police leadership of Pakistan, by the way — the U.S. Navy’s SEAL Team Six along with elements of other U.S. government assets killed America’s most wanted man. This is a victory for all of us, no doubt. A tremendous Bravo Zulu to the men and women who made it possible and gave the operation the best chance of success. Bin Laden is dead. What I am hearing from the media, the government, and our President, however, is making me queezy.
In announcing the killing of bin Laden, President Obama said we are at war with Al Qaeda. We killed the head of Al Qaeda — our enemy. Today, many in the media and elsewhere are making statements that can only be considered irrational, naive, and simply wrong with regards to the war in which we are engaged. I fear America will refocus its energy on Al Qaeda, while the enemy’s main focus of effort, the Muslim Brotherhood Movement in the United States, will continue to move forward at light speed unimpeded by anyone in the U.S. National Security apparatus.
Let’s review the Muslim Brotherhood’s objectives and doctrine:The Muslim Brotherhood is an International Muslim Body, which seeks to establish Allah’s law in the land. MB By-Laws
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