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An Explanatory Memorandum" from the Archives of the Muslim Brotherhood in America:
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The Muslim Brotherhood

The Muslim Brotherhood is a global jihadist organization that consists of a worldwide network of civil-society organizations, political parties, mosques, terror groups, and independent terrorist contractors (Lone Wolves). Their mission in America is to undermine and replace our Western civilization. According to the “Explanatory Memorandum” from the archives of the Muslim Brotherhood in America, they are committed to reaching their goals through a six step program.

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Who is

The Muslim Brotherhood

The Society of the Muslim Brothers, also known as the Muslim Brotherhood, was founded in Egypt in 1928 by Islamic scholar and schoolteacher Hassan al-Banna. Al-Banna who believed the Quran and Sunnah constituted the perfect way of life and that all Islamic governments should eventually unite in a Caliphate ruled by Sharia law. The Muslim Brotherhood has a long history of violence with connections to terror leaders around the world, such as the Blind Sheik from Jersey City, NJ who was responsible for the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993.

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The 6 steps to success

For the Muslim Brotherhood in America, the destruction of Western civilization comes through 6 steps. Click here to watch the video.

  1. Settlement
  2. Establishment
  3. Stability
  4. Enablement
  5. Rooting
  6. Support

1 | Settlement

The Start of Islamism

The process of settlement begins when members of the Muslim Brotherhood establish themselves in Western societies and begin undermining and changing these societies from within.

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2 | Establishment

Founding of Islam

Once settled, the Muslim Brotherhood member establishes himself and his family in society, thereby increasing the Muslim presence in the community. They build mosques (often with foreign funding), establish Muslim Brotherhood groups, such as CAIR, and start advocating for some implementation of Sharia Law in their communities.

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3 | Stability

Joining Forces

After an Islamic community has been radicalized, Muslim Brotherhood members begin absorbing other Muslims belonging to neighboring mosques, thereby, increasing their reach and expanding their influence.

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4 | Enablement

Growing Islam

As a unified force with newly radicalized members, the Muslim Brotherhood begins radicalizing and influencing non-Muslims through organizations disguised as Muslim support groups, such as CAIR and ISNA. In this step, through these organizations, the Muslim Brotherhood serves as a bridge from young Islamist to violent extremist.

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5 | Rooting

Normalization of Islam

Radical Muslims are now the majority in communities across the country. Schools, government, and community efforts are directly overseen and influenced by the Muslim Brotherhood. Sharia Law is the law of their domains.

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6 | Support

Globalization of Islam

The Muslim Brotherhood seeks to sabotage and destroy Western civilization in order to establish a global Islamic caliphate governed by Sharia Law. This is the same goal as ISIS, Al Qaeda, and other radical Islamic groups.

The Muslim Brotherhood is currently on step 5 out of 6. It’s vital we take action immediately to stop them! It’s time for our leaders to designate this radical Islamic group as a terrorist organization.

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Holy Land Foundation

As a multi-faceted and chapter-based organization, the Muslim Brotherhood has no official designation in the U.S.

But, through the years, they have established affiliated organizations that have established organizations which are pursuing Muslim Brotherhood ideological objectives and are engaged in the Muslim Brotherhood’s goal of taking over of America.

The most significant revelation of the Muslim Brotherhood’s plan for America happened in 2001 when the U.S. government designated the Holy Land Foundation–an Islamic charity in Texas–as a terrorist organization and seized its assets. Over the subsequent years, the federal prosecution revealed internal documents approved by the highest council of the worldwide Muslim Brotherhood that called for a “grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from with.” In 2004, a federal grand jury found that the Holy Land Foundation and five officers were guilty of funnelling over $12,000,000 to the terrorist organization Hamas; a terrorist organization founded by the Muslim Brotherhood known for committing war crimes against Israelis, Americans, and Europeans.

The primary document in the case, “An Explanatory Memorandum on the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America,” revealed a comprehensive and sweeping plan to take over America through aligned local groups, legislation on the state level, and global support. Their ultimate goal is not just an Islamic state in America, but ultimately a global Islamic state with a Caliph.

Although the legal case was prosecuted, went to trial, and the defendants were sentenced to prison, the Muslim Brotherhood’s American affiliates continue to run much deeper through levels of government. Sweeping legislation to enact parts of Sharia Law, under the fictitious banner of inclusion, has been rampant in the United States since then. The Muslim Brotherhood wants a national adoption of Sharia Law and, up until the most recent election, they were ignored by the Federal Government.

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Obama & Egypt

Jumping forward to the climax of the Arab Spring in 2012, the Obama administration made the unilateral decision to reverse almost a decade of investigation and isolation of the Muslim Brotherhood by sending an official state delegation to meet with Egyptian President Morsi.

By choosing to support, rather than isolate, the Muslim Brotherhood, President Obama gave legitimacy to the organization and their goal of a global Islamic state. The Obama Administration’s actions gave credence to the deceptive claim that the Muslim Brotherhood is a moderating force within radical Islam. When, in fact, the organization and its members are radical Islamists.

After the fall of Egyptian President Morsi and subsequent global reprimand of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Obama Administration decided to take a more localized approach to normalizing the Muslim Brotherhood. They began to integrate Brothers within all aspects of the government. The most frightening and troubling aspect came when officials from Homeland Security held recurring and routine meetings with top American leaders aligned with the Brotherhood in order to “learn” about radical Islamic forces and their goals. The Muslim Brotherhood was as radical as the radicals they were asked to engage with.

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Obama, CAIR, & ISNA

The cooperation between the Obama administration and the Muslim Brotherhood grew with the embrace of two nationwide Islamic organizations: the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).

Both of these organization are still fully functioning bodies today and are creations of the Muslim Brotherhood. The crowning moments of this relationship came in 2013 and 2015 when, first, President Obama again stepped into the public spotlight and had a very public meeting with ISNA President Imam Mohamed Magid and 10 religious leaders about “immigration reform” and then again on a trip to the Palestinian Authority, Jordan, and Israel. In 2015, he actually spoke at the opening of their annual conference.

In a public case of deja vu: the Islamic Society of North America, publically embraced by President Obama, is under active investigation for allegedly funding terrorism in the Middle East and its ties to the extremist Islamic forces, much like the Holy Land Foundation.

While the U.S. Allies of the Muslim Brotherhood do not carry out terrorism directly–it is clear that they support a global caliphate, both through their own words in uncovered internal documents and financial support of terrorist groups in the Middle East. And their ideology is at one with the most radical terrorists.

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Victims – Christians

At its core, the Muslim Brotherhood believes in the systematic persecution and destruction of all other religious ideologies. This leads them to bully, torture, and murder those that don’t align with their belief.

Around the globe, the Brothers systematically dismantle institutes of minorities and religious groups. In the US, that role is carried out by enacting local legislation for Sharia Law under the guise of inclusion. In the Middle East, that is played out by stoning and killing women who choose not to wear hijabs. The locals, aligned and supported by the Muslim Brotherhood, are torturing and killing Christians and those of all faiths.

The persecution of Christians occurred in Egypt when the Muslim Brotherhood took power for a brief period in 2011. Their past has always included the hate-filled burning of churches–sometimes with believers inside–and an astonishing 100 crimes per year committed against Christians in Egypt. But in 2016 the focus of the Muslim Brotherhood took on new strength starting a string of new attacks, the first being when a local Christian woman was publicly stripped by a mob [1], after believing a false rumor started by an angry husband about the Christian woman’s son. The events continued in the following months with a Christian man stabbed to death by a mob, a minister shot by a masked Islamic state-affiliated gunman [2], and more churches being burnt down.

Their detailed persecution can be summarized in the touching story of 7 year-old Viola Samir whose Islamic teacher beat any student who did not memorize the Quran. Viola decided to stand up to her teacher and received severe punishment as a result.

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Victims – Terrorism

The Muslim Brotherhood’s network of like-minded organizations has no limits on the persecution and terrorism they support around the globe. Hamas, a Palestinian terrorist organization known for committing war crimes against Israelis, Americans, and Europeans, has called the Muslim Brotherhood a spiritual guide. [3] Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, is a former Muslim Brotherhood member who joined at the urging of his Uncle and was mentored by a former member. [4] Abd al-Majeed al-Zindani, a U.S. and U.N. designated recruiter for al-Qaeda and mentor for Osama bin Laden co-founded his local chapter of the Muslim Brotherhood in Yemen. [5] Perhaps more shocking, is the fact that the founder and the man responsible for the largest terrorist attack on United States soil killing thousands of people is a former member: Osama bin Laden [6].

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The Blind Sheikh

9/11 was caused by the Blind Sheikh and Al Qaeda — the founders of which started in the Muslim Brotherhood

The Blind Sheikh, Omar Abdel-Rahman, lived in New Jersey, was tried, convicted, and served life in prison for his involvement in the 1993 World Trade Center bombings and conspiracy to bomb multiple New York landmarks.

Despite being jailed in the 1970s for close ties to extremists, he emerged that decade as the new leader of Al-Jama’a al-Islamiyya (“The Islamic Group”), a designated terrorist group by the United States, the United Kingdom, and Egypt. In this time he issued his first of many fatwas–the highest legal declaration in the Islamic faith–that resulted in the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat.

As he continued his warped “spiritual” role in the United States, he spent years traveling and recruiting people to his cause–calling Americans “descendants of apes and pigs who have been feeding from the dining tables of the Zionists, Communists, and colonialists.” The ramifications of this time are seen in his supporters carrying out the 1993 World Trade Center bombings, the 1980 assassination of Israeli Rabbi Meir Kahane, and over 1,100 attacks in Egypt in 1993 alone. The true consequences of his sermons during this time might be unknown for several years to come.

During a career of Anti-American speeches, he encouraged Islamic soldiers to carry out terrorist attacks, and he single-handedly made disturbing progress towards achieving a global Islamic state. One thing is for sure: The Blind Sheikh has mentored, identified with, and been supported by the highest ranking members of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Support for the Blind Sheikh

When Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood briefly took power in Egypt they made it their mission to free The Blind Sheikh from prison in the United States.

In 1997, after massacring 58 European tourists, some of whom were women and children, in Luxor, the attackers mutilated their bodies and littered the scene with pamphlets demanding his release.

After his death in 2017, supposedly-moderate Muslim Brotherhood members around the world mourned his death with calls for violence against the United States. Immediately following his passing, al-Qaeda called for “the most powerful and violent revenge” and to “slay” Americans in the name of the Blind Sheikh. The Muslim Brotherhood’s official website and Facebook page also included messages of his passing, saying: “God Almighty to bestow His Mercy, and ensconce him in the highest paradise of Heaven with the prophets, the saints, the martyrs, the righteous and the best of them as companions.”

American supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood mourned his passing by calling for vengeance. A New York Muslim Brotherhood supporter posted on Facebook: “The passing of Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman in the prisons of America after 24 years of incarceration. Oh God take vengeance on those who wronged him.”

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Ideological Alliances

The Muslim Brotherhood, ISIS, and al Qaeda may differ in short term goals; but, all three radical Islamic groups believe and strive for the same, long term goal – a global Islamic caliphate.

The Muslim Brotherhood is the progenitor of the modern Islamic movement whose belief system fuels radical groups like ISIS and al Qaeda. They serve as a bridge between young Islamists and violent extremists. Through organizations like CAIR and ISNA, the Muslim Brotherhood guides young Islamists through the journey to becoming violent Jihadists. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Ayman al-Zawahiri, individuals who have held the highest ranking positions in these extreme groups, began as members of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, began his path to extremism through the Muslim Brotherhood while in graduate school at Saddam University for Islamic Studies in Quranic recitation and Quranic studies. During his time in graduate school, Baghdadi studied previous Muslim Brotherhood works from which he adopted his jihadist mindset. From there Baghdadi grew impatient with the Brotherhood’s slow steps to achieving their goal and sought to join a different radical group, al Qaeda. Baghdadi continued his radical mission to achieve one global Islamic caliphate through al Qaeda’s affiliate group in Syria, Nusra Front until 2014, when he split with the group officially forming ISIS. Baghdadi differed with the Muslim Brotherhood over tactics not objectives.

Ayman al-Zawahiri cofounded al Qaeda with Osama bin Laden. His path to extremism through the Muslim Brotherhood began as a teenager when he joined the group in Egypt. During his time in Egypt he helped plan and execute attacks through the Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ). In 1987, Zawahiri and bin Laden met in Pakistan and later established al Qaeda in 1988. Al Qaeda carried out the horrible September 11th attacks in the U.S. Zawahiri has led the group since bin Laden’s death in 2011.

In February of 2014, Zawahiri severed al Qaeda’s ties with ISIS and later that year Baghdadi announced the split between al Qaeda, officially establishing ISIS and himself as the caliph.

While these groups differ and in many cases rival each other to achieve short term goals, there are two key aspects that connect and unite them – their long term goal of establishing one global Islamic caliphate and their Muslim Brotherhood roots.

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History

Since its founding in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood has influenced Islamist movements worldwide.

The Society of the Muslim Brothers, also known as the Muslim Brotherhood, was founded in Egypt in 1928 by Islamic scholar and schoolteacher Hassan al-Banna. Al-Banna believed the Quran and Sunnah constituted the perfect way of life and that all Islamic governments should eventually unite in a Caliphate under Sharia law.

Since its founding in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood has influenced Islamist movements worldwide. The Brotherhood’s theology also inspires terrorists, including al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden and ISIS founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Hamas is the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, which has been funded by Muslim Brotherhood members.

The Muslim Brotherhood is designated as a terrorist organization in Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Syria, and the United Arab Emirates.

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Key Players

Since its founding in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood has influenced Islamist movements worldwide.

Hassan al-Banna
Hassan al-Banna was an Egyptian schoolteacher who founded the Muslim Brotherhood in 1928 and led the organization until his assassination in 1949. He considered the Quran as the only acceptable political constitution and worked toward the Islamization of all aspects of life.

Sayyid Qutb
Sayyid Qutb’s anti-Western interpretation of Islam, especially in the book Milestones, inspired modern terrorist groups like al-Qaeda and ISIS. Qutb joined the Muslim Brotherhood in the 1950s, serving as the organization’s head of propaganda and on the guidance council until he was executed in 1966 for conspiring to assassinate Egyptian President Nasser.

Mohammed Badie
Mohammed Badie is currently the General Guide of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, and thus one of the most influential members in the world. In a 2010 speech, Badie said, “Waging jihad against both of these infidels [the U.S. and Israel] is a commandment of Allah that cannot be disregarded.”

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