It boggles my mind of how many groups hate Israel, the United States and many of our allies. In my research of Rebirth I've uncovered more hate groups than I can keep track of. I'm not surprised about the Muslim Brotherhood's sneaky deception of trying to "look good" to the world of democracy. I hope this article will open your eyes to see they really are another diabolical group that have their early roots in Nazism.
As I discussed in my last article one must look at a groups friends to help determine what their motives are. A great scripture to confirm this test of a person's character is: 'Show me the person's friends and I will show you the person.' Upon careful research for my novel Rebirth, I have traced one of the Muslim Brotherhood's "friends" to Hitler's Arab fuhrer of the Middle East, as he was called. He was Yassar Arafat's uncle, Haj Amin Al Huseini. He is pictured to the right speaing about the "Jewish problem" to Hitler. Al Huseini was funded by the Nazis to broadcast his own radio program to carry Anti-Semitic messages to the Arab world all throughout Europe in Arabic. In addition to that, he rallied 20,000 Arab soldiers to join the SS army. He's pictured below to the right saluting the SS army.
The Muslim Brotherhood has taken a greater role in organizing the protest against the Egyptian regime as it unfolds its independent political agenda. Rashad al-Bayumi, the Brotherhood's second-in-command, announced in an interview with Japanese TV that the group would join a transitional government in order to cancel the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel. He further stressed that Egypt does not need American aid.
The Muslim Brotherhood does indeed participate in the democratic process. That is not, however, because it has accepted the principles of Western democracy, but rather because the democratic process can be exploited to establish an Islamic regime which will then render democracy unnecessary. The Muslim Brotherhood's step-by-step plan dictates its supposed "moderation," which will gradually vanish as its achievements increase and its acceptance of the existing situation is replaced by a strict, orthodox Muslim rule whose foreign policy is based on jihad.
(Lt. Col. (ret.) Jonathan D. Halevi - Institute for Contemporary Affairs-Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs)
Originally published by Israel Alert