reply to post by coolieno99
The MB had been a great influence in the Middle East during British Colonial rule. After world war II, shia anti-Shah activists such as Navab Safafi,
of the terorist group Fedayin were attracted to the doctrines of MB, then the only modern armed militants around, and established relationships with
them., and was responsible for much of he assasinations of the Shah's ministers.
Terrorist groups back then had no funds, and depended on donars. MB was one of them, till the apostate Khomani and this gang overthrew the shah.
Yesterday, or at least a year ago, Iran is flushed with cash while social expenditure had not been used on its own citizens.
Much of it had been used to fund the same militants today that had funded them in the past, even though those militants are sunnis. The apostate
infidel leader have a bigger game in mind, and if there sunnis who are foolish to be used and abused by them, more so the better.
One of the best example is the largely Sunni muslim Hamas, funded by that persian apostate infidel leader, who will never want to get caught
red-handed so to 'ACT peaceful', through his terrorist proxies-the hizbollahs, to always continue fighting against the jews, so that the sunni-shia
hatred of thousand years is sidetracked and occupied by that fight in palestine, while that persian built up its weapons and wealth to rule over all
arab lands through the mythical Mahdi he always proclaimed, which was done before during the siege of mecca in 1979 but blamed on the innocent West as
a western plot, and honest shias fooled yet again.
Utimately, Sunni MB has its own doctrines. Now that it had gained power in Egypt, they must change, progress and evolve as a responsible Muslim
government. There were street clashes with the secularists yesterday over the new constitution.
MB did the right thing to tell its members to retreat, so that no more gets harmed. They must remember well - secularists are muslims too. And
rightful persons living in Egypt today are EGYPTIAN CITIZENS, to be protected by the govt, not oppressed, as Mubarak had oppressed the MB once.