They don’t hide it, they don’t come in a back door. No, in fact members of the Muslim Brotherhood just arrive in Tennessee to be greeted by other Muslim Brotherhood supporters with open arms. So what do we do? We allow it.
Another example of the acceptance of Muslim Brotherhood is the hideous outpouring of tolerance by professors and religious leaders in the Nashville area. An upcoming event, hosted by the Muslim brotherhood’s Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, promoted “Gods Books” features Dr. Jamal Badawi , a deeply entrenched Muslim Brotherhood member. Doesn’t anyone vet their associations? Badawi is named specifically in the Muslim Brotherhoods Strategic Goal for North America.
Muslim Brotherhood Manifesto Arab & English ( English version page 12)
+In order for the process of settlement to be completed, we must plan and work from now to equip and prepare ourselves, our brothers, our apparatuses, our sections and our committees in order to turn into comprehensive organizations in a gradual and balanced way that is suitable with the need and the reality. What encourages us to do that in addition to the aforementioned -s that we possess “seeds” for each organization from the organization we call for
Another example: We have a seed for a “comprehensive Dawa’ educational” organization: We have the Daw’a section in ISNA
Dr. Jamal Badawi Foundation the center run by brother Harned al-Ghazali the Dawa’ center the Dawa’ Committee and brother Shaker al-Sayyed are seeking to establish now in addition to other Daw’a efforts here and there…”.And this applies to all the organizations we call on establishing.
The big challenge that is ahead of us is how to turn these seeds or “scattered” elements into comprehensive, stable, “settled” organizations that are connected with our Movement
(DAWA: Proselytizing of Islam)
This is the same document presented as evidence in the 2008 Holyland Foundation Trial, this countries largest terrorism financing case.
Badawi is by their own admission in his Facebook page “group” , a member of ISNA ( Islamic Society of North America) : (see Below)
Shame on those partaking and attending this event, and shame on us for letting it happen.