Greatest Enemy of Radical Muslim Brotherhood is a… Moderate MUSLIM Egypt's Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi Tougher on Muslim Brotherhood than is ANY Western Leader

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By Ben Barrack

Extremely intelligent people have made the case that Islam itself is evil. Leaders of western nations have been making the case since 9/11 that such an argument is wrong and unhelpful. They tell us that in order to defeat terrorism (they don’t include “Islamic” with that term), we must align with ‘moderate’ Muslims.

Yet, that’s not what these leaders have been doing since 9/11. Instead, they’ve been aligning with stealth radical Muslim Brotherhood jihadists who portray themselves as moderate. President George W. Bush ran into the arms of the Muslim Brotherhood days after the 9/11 attacks. He even spoke at the Washington, DC mosque with Muslim Brotherhood leaders at his side. Last year, Jeb Bush praised then President Barack Obama for visiting a Muslim Brotherhood mosque.

George W. Bush speaks at Mosque with Muslim Brotherhood leaders less than one week after 9/11.

Meanwhile, the one leader who has confronted the Muslim Brotherhood most effectively – perhaps this century – is… a… Muslim. His name is Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi, the President of Egypt.

Early in his first term, President Donald Trump met with el-Sisi and the two publicly vowed to fight Islamic militants together. Unfortunately, Trump has not shown the same fortitude to fight much more dangerous Islamic militants in the U.S. El-Sisi has been doing it in his country relentlessly for more than four years.

Whether or not Islam is inherently or fundamentally evil is not the point. The point is that non-Muslim / Christian leaders are doing less to confront the source of Islamic terrorism than is the Muslim president of Egypt.

El-Sisi Replaces Evil Muslim Brotherhood

In 2011’s Arab Spring, the Obama administration facilitated the ouster of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt as well as the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood to power there. After one year of harsh rule by the government of Mohammed Mursi, more than 30 million Egyptians took to the streets to demand Mursi’s ouster. It is the largest protest in the history of the world. El-Sisi became the face of the revolt and ultimately supplanted Mursi.

West Sides with Muslim Brotherhood

Instead of siding with el-Sisi and the Egyptian people against the true threat to the west – the Muslim Brotherhood – the Obama administration aggressively pushed back against the revolution.

Obama a stealth Muslim Brotherhood operative in White House for 8 years.

At the time, Hillary Clinton was the Secretary of State and her closest adviser was a Muslim Brotherhood spy / double agent named Huma Abedin. Abedin’s mother Saleha Abedin was a leader with the Muslim Sisterhood, along with Mursi’s wife Naglaa Mahmoud. This meant that Huma clearly had a stake in keeping Mursi in power.

Moreover, Naglaa allegedly said in an interview that Bill and Hillary Clinton recruited her and her husband in the 1980’s when they were in the U.S.

The Democrat Party in the U.S. is openly supportive of the Muslim Brotherhood generally and Huma in particular.

Unfortunately, Republican leaders are either silent about Abedin or openly support her.

Republican Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain traveled to Egypt at the time and referred to Mursi’s removal as a ‘coup’. They also wanted Muslim Brotherhood leaders (terrorists) released from prison:

One of the figures jailed by el-Sisi was Muslim Brotherhood leader Gehad el-Haddad, who actually worked for the Clinton Foundation.

El-Haddad admits to being Muslim Brotherhood and working for Clintons (credit: Linkedin)

All the while, it has been el-Sisi that’s been doing what western leaders don’t – fight Muslim Brotherhood extremists.

The very leaders who have long maintained that America must side with the moderate Muslims against the extremists had decided to side with the extremists against the moderates.

To this day, el-Sisi is fighting the Muslim Brotherhood in his country. Even under President Donald Trump, the U.S. is not doing its best to support him. It’s the Trump administration that is withholding aid to Egypt because of perceived human rights violations. In reality, el-Sisi is trying to protect his people from the very extremists western leaders claim they want to defeat.

Ever since taking power, el-Sisi has been extremely courageous. On December 28, 2014, he traveled to Al-Azhar University and openly challenged the fundamentalist clerics – many of whom support the Muslim Brotherhood – to ‘revolutionize’ their religion.

El-Sisi has also performed such blasphemous acts as attending Christmas Eve masses at Coptic Churches. Here he is in 2015:

Here is el-Sisi, repeating the act a year later:

The message el-Sisi has been sending since assuming the Presidency in 2013 is that he will fight the Muslim Brotherhood and align with ‘moderate’ Muslims and Christians.

Even Trump doesn’t show this kind of courage. In fact, while attending a service at the Washington National Cathedral (Episcopal) in Washington, DC, Trump accepted the presence of Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Magid as one of the church’s faith leaders. Trump shook hands with Magid during the service, at which Magid read aloud from the Qur’an.

Here is Magid explaining why he agreed to speak at the Trump event:

The difference between el-Sisi and Magid is simple. El-Sisi went to a Christian Church to express solidarity with Egyptian Christians against the Muslim Brotherhood. Magid is present inside a Christian Cathedral as a ‘faith leader’ on behalf of a Muslim Brotherhood that seeks to subvert and conquer Christianity through deception.

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