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Thursday, September 16, 2010     INTELLIGENCE BRIEFING

Report: Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated
the U.S. government

WASHINGTON — The Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated the U.S. government as part of the movement's drive to promote holy war against the West, a report said.

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So far, the government was said to have done nothing to stop the Brotherhood infiltration. The report by the Center for Security Policy cited the success of one Brotherhood operative in gaining access to the White House under both Democratic and Republican administrations.

"Relying on Brotherhood operatives for 'outreach to the Muslim community,' let alone appointing them to influential government jobs, is a formula for disaster," the report said. "It gives prominence and legitimacy to enemy agents engaged in covert and not-so-covert acts of sedition. It facilitates their penetration and influence over the intelligence, law enforcement and national and homeland security agencies responsible for discerning and defeating such threats."


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President Clinton meeting with Abdul Rahman Al Amoudi in the 1990s.     PBS/HistoryCommons.org
Titled "Shariah, The Threat to America," the report said the Brotherhood, with headquarters in Egypt but heavily financed by Saudi Arabia, has dominated Muslim politics in the United States. The report, prepared by teams headed by former Deputy Defense Undersecretary William Boykin and former Defense Intelligence Agency director Edward Soyster, said the Brotherhood oversaw everything from Hamas fundraising to training for FBI agents assigned to the Muslim community.

"As a result of this modus operandi, the Muslim Brotherhood is not only to prevent any appreciable challenge to its efforts to dominate the Muslim-American community," the report, released on Sept. 15, said. "It is also able to exercise effective control over nearly all the Muslim organizational infrastructure in the United States, including most of those Muslim-American groups that are nominally outside its network. In any event, the latter pale by comparison in terms of their influence to those U.S.-based Islamic groups that are Ikhwan [Brotherhood] operations."

The report cited Abdul Rahman Al Amoudi, an Eritrean native who in the 1990s became executive director of the American Muslim Council. Under the administration of then-President Bill Clinton, Al Amoudi helped develop guidelines for government dealings with the Muslim community and often met senior White House officials, including National Security Advisor Anthony Lake.

Later Al Amoudi met George W. Bush during his successful campaign for president in 2000. In 2003, Al Amoudi was arrested and prosecuted on charges that he served as a senior financier for Al Qaida.

"His arrest and conviction should have sent shockwaves through the U.S. intelligence community, particularly its counterintelligence units, since Al Amoudi's blown cover provided a reality check on the extent of shariah's stealth jihad in this country, and how badly we have been penetrated," the report said. "Here was, after all, proof that an Al Qaida and Hamas operative had enjoyed access to the most senior levels of the American government."

Instead, the White House simply relayed high-level access to other Brotherhood leaders in the United States. The report cited a decision by the Defense Department to grant responsibility for military chaplains to the Islamic Society of North America, regarded as the largest Brotherhood front in the United States.

"In the absence of a serious effort to understand the true nature of shariah and the determined campaign being mounted to insinuate it into this country, together with an aggressive counter-intelligence operation aimed at defeating such influence and penetration operations, it is predictable that the next Al Amoudi will be able to do vastly more damage than did the original," the report said.

The report said U.S. intelligence and security agencies have been prevented from properly analyzing the Brotherhood threat. Analysts could jeopardize their careers should they employ "accurate language to define the enemy threat doctrine," the report said.

Under President Barack Obama, the Brotherhood was believed to have gained even greater influence. The report cited White House counter-terrorism adviser John Brennan, an enthusiastic supporter of Saudi Arabia who has denied any Islamic threat and called for a U.S. dialogue with the Iranian-sponsored Hizbullah.

"Indeed, it is hard to overstate the danger associated with the president of the United States having as his top advisor in these sensitive portfolios someone so severely compromised with respect to shariah and the threat it poses," the report said.




Comments


This is all absurd speculation that the Muslims want to put Shariah in the U.S. Only 30% of the coutries with Muslim majorities have Shariah law. Even then, this is not the full Shariah law but rather customary law. Just a bunch of Islamophobia.

huz      10:41 a.m. / Saturday, September 25, 2010


Not to worry. They have infiltrated to the very highest levels. Namely our trojan horse "president" B. Hussein Obama.

Pavlos Xorofas      4:47 a.m. / Sunday, September 19, 2010


Very, very disturbing. Equally disturbing is the "Dhimmitude" hidden in Obamacare: http://getbigideas.blogspot.com/2010/09/dhimmitude.html . Frightening indeed - and we'd better wake up!

Susannah Cecil      10:10 p.m. / Saturday, September 18, 2010


Islamic fundamentalism was reborn in 1920. And Muslim Brotherhood was founded in 1928 in Egypt. One of its fan was Ala Maududi, the founder of Jamaat-e-Islami in 1941 in Lahore. This religious party let to the creation of Pakistan, today a unstable nuclear country.

luc      6:26 a.m. / Saturday, September 18, 2010


Strange bedfellows to say the least. We imprisoned all of the Japanese, and kept a very tight reign on those of German ancestry when those countries were enemies of America, but virtually sleep with this even greater to America than the two previous combined. Bottom line here is, and for the record, I am not referring to myself or anyone I personally know, but no Islamic on American soil is beyond the reach of a well aimed muzzle!!!

Paterik Tobias      7:33 p.m. / Friday, September 17, 2010


The previous comment regarding the beginnings of fundamentalist mohammedism is dead wrong. It began in the seventh century. It started out war-like conquering and converting by the sword. That is a historical fact. So you can knock off the anti-Israel pro-Palestinian spin.

Porter      6:08 p.m. / Friday, September 17, 2010


Islamic fundamentalism was born in 1920. The 1920 Palestine riots, or Nabi Musa riots, took place in British controlled Palestine April 4–7, 1920 in and around the Old City of Jerusalem. Muslim Brotherhood was founded in 1928. As long as Americans and American Congress support the annexion of East-Jerusalem, which is as illegal as Iraq's annexation of Kuwait city, fundamentalism will continue to grow worldwide for years to come.

luc      6:20 a.m. / Friday, September 17, 2010


I can hardly express how disturbing this is to me. Should we bring home our military to protect Americans from their own government?

B G Lynch      11:19 p.m. / Thursday, September 16, 2010


The enemy or enemies of the U.S. have infiltrated our government since the founding. As scary as this might be, one couldn't blame it on "PC" back in the McCarthy era. However, it seems in this day and age we should be more vigilant to the pernicious rise of Islamism with its cancerous effect. "PC" should not allow our government to tolerate this most obvious threat.

Richard Smith      7:19 p.m. / Thursday, September 16, 2010

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