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Originally posted by babloyi
reply to post by Deetermined
I already did when you first mentioned it, that is why I asked.
Googling "muslim brotherhood egypt al qaeda signs" gives:
and this: mideastposts.com...
and this: onaeg.com...
But no Al Qaeda sign.
Originally posted by Misbah
I thought the comments on their Twitter account were funny, but this one beats them all. Muslim Brotherhood links with Nazis? There is no such thing as nazism in Islam, and the Muslim Brotherhood all follow Islamic ethics and laws.
According to John Loftus, a former prosecutor with the US Justice Department, "Al-Banna formed this nationalist group called the Muslim Brotherhood. Al-Banna was a devout admirer of Adolf Hitler and wrote to him frequently."
Loftus adds that Al-Banna was so persistent in his "admiration of the new Nazi Party that in the 1930s Al-Banna and the Muslim Brotherhood became a secret arm of Nazi Intelligence. With the goal of the Third Reich to develop the Muslim Brotherhood as an army inside Egypt." (4)
So what was Al-Banna teaching?
Well, for one thing Al-Banna idealized death.
"To a nation that perfects the industry of death and which knows how to die nobly, God gives proud life in this world and eternal grace in the life to come" and "We are not afraid of death, we desire it... Let us die in redemption for Muslims," Al-Banna once wrote....
I learned that many of the Nazis that I had been assigned to prosecute were on the CIA payroll, but the CIA didn't know they were Nazis because the British Intelligence Service had lied to them. What the British Intelligence Service didn't know was that their liar was Kim Philby, the Soviet communist double agent -- a little scandal of the Cold War. But our State Department swept it all under the rug and allowed the Nazis to stay in America until I was stupid enough to go public with it.
What do you do when you want to go public with a story like this one? You call up "60 Minutes." We had a great time. Mike Wallace gave me 30 minutes on his show. For a long time, it was the longest segment that "60 Minutes" ever did. When the episode about Nazis in America went on the air back in 1982, it caused a minor national uproar. Congress demanded hearings, Mike Wallace got the Emmy award, and my family got the death threats. It was a great trip.
Then a funny thing happened. Over the last 25 years, every retired spy in the U.S. and Canada and England all wanted me to be their lawyer, for free of course. So I had 500 clients, they paid me $1 apiece. So I am the worst paid lawyer in America, but among the better employed.
I learned that many of the Nazis that I had been assigned to prosecute were on the CIA payroll, but the CIA didn't know they were Nazis because the British Intelligence Service had lied to them.
Originally posted by babloyi
reply to post by terma
But it isn't well known. It isn't even true! It's as "Well known" as the "fact" that Cat Stevens sang Cats in the Cradle.
Not even factoring in that that quote makes no mention of him being around from the start, or being an inspiration for them,
Care to source those quotes? And the ones from your previous post?