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    Default Rod Dreher: What the Muslim Brotherhood means for the U.S.

    Memo lays bare group's plans to destroy U.S. from within


    11:17 AM CDT on Sunday, September 9, 2007

    "Our strategy is this," President Bush said last month. "We will fight them over there so we do not have to face them in the United States of America."

    He was talking about jihadists, of course. And Mr. Bush is behind the curve. The president apparently missed the smoking-gun 1991 document his own Justice Department introduced into evidence at the Holy Land Foundation trial in Dallas. The FBI captured it in a raid on a Muslim suspect's home in Virginia.

    This "explanatory memorandum," as it's titled, outlines the "strategic goal" for the North American operation of the extremist Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan). Here's the key paragraph:

    The process of settlement [of Islam in the United States] is a "Civilization-Jihadist" process with all the word means. The Ikhwan must understand that all their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and "sabotaging" their miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God's religion is made victorious over all religions. Without this level of understanding, we are not up to this challenge and have not prepared ourselves for Jihad yet. It is a Muslim's destiny to perform Jihad and work wherever he is and wherever he lands until the final hour comes, and there is no escape from that destiny except for those who choose to slack.


    The entire 18-page platform outlines a plan for the long haul. It prescribes the Muslim Brotherhood's comprehensive plan to set down roots in civil society. It begins by both founding and taking control of American Muslim organizations, for the sake of unifying and educating the U.S. Muslim community this to prepare it for the establishment of a global Islamic state governed by sharia.
    It sounds like a conspiracy theory out of a bad Hollywood movie but it's real. Husain Haqqani, head of Boston University's Center for International Relations and a former Islamic radical, confirms that the Brotherhood "has run most significant Muslim organizations in the U.S." as part of the plan outlined in the strategy paper.

    The HLF trial is exposing for the first time how the international Muslim Brotherhood whose Palestinian division is Hamas operates as a self-conscious revolutionary vanguard in the United States. The court documents indicate that many leading Muslim-American organizations including the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and the Muslim American Society are an integral part of the Brotherhood's efforts to wage jihad against America by nonviolent means.

    The Muslim Brotherhood is an affiliation of at least 70 Islamist organizations around the world, all tracing their heritage to the original cell, founded in Egypt in 1928. Its credo: "Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Quran is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope." Sayyid Qutb, hanged by the Egyptian government in 1966 as a revolutionary, remains its ideological godfather. His best-known work, Milestones, calls for Muslims to wage violent holy war until Islamic law governs the entire world.

    According to a 2004 Chicago Tribune investigation, establishing the Brotherhood in the United States has been a 40-year project that has worked mostly underground even beneath the notice of many Muslims. Richard Clarke, the former top U.S. national security official, told the Senate in 2003 that the Muslim Brotherhood is the common thread linking terrorist fundraising schemes in the United States which likely explains why so many mainstream American Muslim organizations were named by the feds as "unindicted co-conspirators" in the HLF trial.

    Is this just alarmist paranoia? Not at all.

    This matters because high-profile organizations with roots explicitly in the Muslim Brotherhood have successfully established themselves in a paramount position to define Islam in America according to a radical politicized model. And they've done so without the American public having the slightest idea about their real agenda. Indeed, the Bush administration is unwittingly helping the Islamist cause by including their leaders in public events, thus conferring them legitimacy. On Labor Day weekend, the same Department of Justice that's presenting evidence of the ISNA's involvement with radical Islam at the Dallas trial sponsored a booth at wait for it ISNA's national convention in suburban Chicago.

    Look, no rational person believes America is going to exchange the Constitution for a caliphate. Rational people aren't the point. As the London subway bombings showed, even a tiny cell of committed radicals can kill a lot of people. Mustafa Saied, an American Muslim who left the Brotherhood, told the Tribune that he worried about the radicalism the Brotherhood inculcated in its membership here. "With the extreme element," he said, "you never know when that ticking time bomb will go off."

    As long as they commit no crimes, CAIR, ISNA and the other Brotherhood-related groups have the right to advocate for their beliefs. But they don't have the right to escape critical scrutiny, and they deserve informed opposition. Courageous Muslims like Dr. Zuhdi Jasser of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy are sounding the alarm about radical Islam's stealth takeover of U.S. Muslim institutions. Why are the news media ignoring this? Fear of being called Islamophobic?

    This has got to stop. Six years after 9/11, we're still asleep. Islamic radicals have declared war on us and some are fighting here in what looks like a fifth column. Read their strategy document. It's there in black and white, for those with eyes to see.

    Rod Dreher is an editorial columnist. E-mail him at rdreher@dallasnews.com.
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    Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC)

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    But Bush is apparently ready to dismiss the Constitution as just "...A god-damned piece of paper..." because it stands in the way of his vision for a unitary executive branch. You know, a dictatorship. And George DID say,

    <blockquote>If this were a dictatorship, it'd be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator. - George W. Bush, 12/18/2000</blockquote>

    And he's been doing his best to establish lay the foundations for a fascist dictatorship since he came to office.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullypulpit View Post
    But Bush is apparently ready to dismiss the Constitution as just "...A god-damned piece of paper..." because it stands in the way of his vision for a unitary executive branch. You know, a dictatorship. And George DID say,

    <blockquote>If this were a dictatorship, it'd be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator. - George W. Bush, 12/18/2000</blockquote>

    And he's been doing his best to establish lay the foundations for a fascist dictatorship since he came to office.
    Tinfoil hat anyone?????
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    Sorry bout that,

    1. Thats why we got to drop kick Islam now.
    2. Ban it, and make who ever believes in it to leave the USA.
    3. ASAP!
    4. There is no time like the present, we need to protect our Nation.
    5. And do this: Islam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullypulpit View Post
    But Bush is apparently ready to dismiss the Constitution as just "...A god-damned piece of paper..." because it stands in the way of his vision for a unitary executive branch. You know, a dictatorship. And George DID say,

    <blockquote>If this were a dictatorship, it'd be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator. - George W. Bush, 12/18/2000</blockquote>

    And he's been doing his best to establish lay the foundations for a fascist dictatorship since he came to office.
    And while your absorbed in your Bush hatred the muslims are setting up right under your nose. Under Bush's nose as well which he has shown us repeatedly.
    When I die I'm sure to go to heaven, cause I spent my time in hell.

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