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Muslim Brotherhood’s lies reach ridiculous new depth

Muslim Brotherhood’s lies reach ridiculous new depth

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Published by Gilbert Hanz
The Brotherhood struck a seemingly positive tone after American commandos killed Osama bin Laden, telling English language audiences “one of the reasons for which violence has been practised in the world has been removed.” But to Arabic speaking audiences, bin-Laden was referred to with terms of honor, such as Sheikh and even “shaheed,” or martyr.
The Brotherhood struck a seemingly positive tone after American commandos killed Osama bin Laden, telling English language audiences “one of the reasons for which violence has been practised in the world has been removed.” But to Arabic speaking audiences, bin-Laden was referred to with terms of honor, such as Sheikh and even “shaheed,” or martyr.

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Published by: Gilbert Hanz on Mar 20, 2014
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(Image: Muslim Brotherhood Guide Mohammed Badie) (Algemeiner)
A senior Muslim Brotherhood official is denying the group’s leader called for “holy jihad” against Israel in a newspaper article last week, even though strikingly similar
language remains
on the Brotherhood’s Arabic website.
 The denial follows a call from the Simon Wiesenthal Center for President Obama to condemn the comments by Muslim Brotherhood General Guide Mohammed Badie, and for the United States to cut off all interaction with the Brotherhood until they are withdrawn.
Egypt’s
 Al-Ahram new
spaper quoted Badie calling for “holy Jihad” because “the Zionists only understand force,” and saying that justice cannot be attained “through the corridors of the United Nations or through negotiations.”
 
Badie’s statement “confirms our long held view that
 
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood is the most
dangerous anti-
Semitic organization in the world today,” Wiesenthal Center leaders Rabbis
Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper said in a statement. Brotherhood spokesman Waleed Shalaby denied Badie made the statement. But
Badie’s weekly message,
 still posted
on the Brotherhood’s Arabic
-language website, mirrors much of what Al-Ahram reported. According to an Investigative Project on Terrorism translation, Badie said:
“The Zionists only know the method of force. They will no
t step back from transgression, unless they are forced to. This will only be by holy Jihad, and enormous sacrifices and all forms of resistance. One day they will be certain that we will choose this Way, and raise the flag of Jihad in the Way of God. We wi
ll go forth to the field of Jihad.”
 
Jerusalem’s Al
-
Aqsa Mosque is “the life of the Islamic Umma is not just memories of history time will erase with the blowing winds,” Badie said, “nor will Muslims forget it through long
occupation, but Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque are buried in the depths of Muslims, and love
for it is in the veins of the faithful. … By God, it is dearer to us than our lives which we have. For its sake, a Muslim will not spare his life in sacrifice for it.”
 

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