The Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar and anti-Semitism

Qatar's Egyptian-born cleric Sheikh Youssef al-Qaradawi attends a protest against Israel in Doha
Youssef Al-Qaradawi

“While anti-Semitism is in the headlines of all French media, it is curious to note that no commentator, representative of political parties, or government questions the role of political Islam incarnated by the Muslim Brotherhood in this sudden upsurge of immoral acts.”

Originally published in French by Mediapart blogger Tanya Klein

The definite rise in antisemitism in North America as well as throughout the world correlates with the rise in activity by Muslim Brotherhood and their affiliates. We need to pay attention to this most definite threat to our democracies.

“While anti-Semitism is the headline of all French media, it is curious to note that no commentator, representative of political parties, or government questions the role of political Islam incarnated by the Muslim Brotherhood in this sudden upsurge of immoral acts.

But what is the nature of this blindness? Is it voluntary, if so, what is it hiding? Or is it only the result of a bad knowledge?

A simple reminder to all the people mentioned above:

The one who is considered the supreme religious and ideological authority of the Muslim Brotherhood is Youssef Al-Qaradawi and lives quietly in Qatar, which has even given him a diplomatic passport . His antisemitic remarks are numerous , here are some examples: ”  There is no dialogue between us and the Jews, except by saber and rifle  “. Concerning the Jews, he also declared in 2009: ”  Kill them, until the last one  “. According to him, the Prophet Muhammad said: ” You will continue to fight the Jews and they will fight you until the Muslims kill them. The Jew hides behind a rock and a tree. Not to mention the fatwas of Qaradawi authorizing attacks on Jews around the world, believing that there is no essential difference between Judaism and Zionism and that, therefore, each Jewish target is equal to an Israeli target . 

Another useful reminder:

The Muslim Brotherhood operates as a secret society. Their goal is to create a global Islamic state, based on political Islam and the establishment of Muslim law, that is to say Sharia law . ”  There is still a long way to take control of Europe  ” said Muhammad Mahdi, supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood from 2004 to 2010. To do this, the multiple associations directly related to this brotherhood, UOIF, FOIE, Muslims de France, European Forum of Muslim Youth (FEMYSO) etc. have infiltrated all the European institutions or each Member State and even receive subsidies. The displayed anti-Semitism of the Muslim Brotherhood does not seem to disturb the sleep of French and European leaders.

For their intense lobbying work, the Muslim Brotherhood benefits from funds generously allocated by Qatar . Previously, this money came into the coffers of a London-based NGO called Qatar Charity UK . It has been so much hired for its help, especially to terrorist groups working in all hot spots around the globe , that its directors have preferred to change their name and rename it Nectar Trust . As a result, the Muslim Brotherhood still has the means to conduct its anti-Semitic policies.

But, in principle, this does not bother anyone because the UK authorities continue to turn a blind eye to its activities by not declaring them illegal. French government side, laxity is also appropriate. On December 10, 2018, Christophe Castaner, Minister of the Interior and therefore Minister of Cults, went to the Congress of Islam of France, a congress led by Milli Görüş an association directly linked to the Turkish president, Erdogan, Tabligh a radical Islamist movement, and UOIF, renamed Muslims of France. The first cop of France, did not seem troubled, the least, by the heavy antisemitic pedigree of these movements.

Voluntary blindness or foul incompetence?”

Additional information on Youssef Al-Qaradawi here

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