By WILLIAM MAYER
April 8, 2016 - San Francisco, CA – PipeLineNews.org - Though declared a terrorist organization in the land of its birth Egypt declares Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group [additionally, the United Arab Emirates, Russia, and Saudi Arabia have done the same] the Brotherhood’s American wing has escaped similar scrutiny, having been permitted to freely operate in the United States. In the process it has established dozens of front groups which have allowed it to control the destiny of American Muslims and spread its virulent jihadist ideology.
[video source, Muslim Brotherhood 101: Why the State Dept Should Ban Them, Clarion Project]
These front groups purport to speak for the Muslim community while in secret buying up and radicalizing hundreds of U.S. mosques and working their way into positions of influence at the highest levels of government, including the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.
The Obama administration has welcomed the Muslim Brotherhood into its ranks of advisors where it has successfully compromised anti-terrorism programs and law enforcement training materials, subverting, according to the group’s long range plan, the United States from within.
Legislation in both houses of Congress has been submitted to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a Foreign Terrorist Organization, but there appears to be very little general support for the move, with neither Senate Majority Leader McConnell nor Speaker of the House Ryan signing on, instead, siding with the Democrat opposition.
Text and legislative history of the bill:
So once again it falls upon the shoulders of American citizens to demand that Congress ban the group, whose ideology is the fountainhead of all modern jihadism. It's well past time to stop this nonsense and secure America from this existential threat, please call your Congressional representatives and make this happen.
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