Aprile 11, 2012
Recently at the White House in Washington, D.C., the Brotherhood presented one face to Obama. It was a conservative face that earned the Brotherhood one and a half billion U.S. dollars of our tax money. The Brotherhood’s feigned moderation is, infatti, a mask over its decades-long record of terrorist activities, intolerance of Jews and Christians, and its opposition to Western influence in the Middle East.
At home in Egypt they show their other face. This is a face you do not want to see. It is the face of radical Muslims, Islamic extremists and the face of Sharia Law. The problem is, these Islamic radicals, even though they don’t outnumber us yet, they tend to expand their extremist ways across this globe through strong anti-Christ spirits.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate for Egypt’s presidency, Khairat el-Shater, promised to press for the implementation of Sharia (strict Islamic law) if elected.
Sharia law stipulates punishments such as amputation of limbs for theft and stoning for adultery. If any of you men are caught in adultery, don’t worry, you will probably only get a slap on the wrist. It’s the women who will have to run for the hills!
Shater said putting Sharia into action was “his first and final goal,” reported the organization of Legal Authority for Rights and Reform, after a meeting with Khairat el-Shater this week.
Coptic Christians worry about the growing power of Islamists in Egypt, but they make up only 10% della 80 million population. “Coptic” means “Egyptian,” and Christians living in Egypt identify themselves as Coptic Christians. As a denomination, they originated in the city of Alexandria, one of the most faithful, respected, and fruitful cities during the Apostolic Period. Proudly, the Coptic Christians acknowledge and herald John Mark, (author of the Gospel of Mark), as their founder and first bishop sometime between A.D. 42 – A.D. 62.
Secularists and liberals are also very concerned over the extreme Muslim direction of their country.
Members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Jordan have called for the dissolution of peace treaties with Israel. It was the Brotherhood that assassinated Anwar Sadat in 1981 for making peace with Israel, the hated “Zionist entity.”
The Brotherhood glorified Osama bin Laden and mourned his death. Hamas (the ruling power in Palestine) is a wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, according to the Hamas Charter. The Charter calls for the murder of Jews, il “obliteration” of Israel and its replacement with an Islamist theocracy.”
The Muslim Brotherhood is vehemently anti-American: Leaders of the Brotherhood have called “for jihad against the United States,” says Andrew C. McCarthy at The National Review publication. They also have ties to the radical Palestinian group named Hamas, che è “formally designated a terrorist organization under U.S. law.” The White House is trying to convince us that the Muslim Brotherhood is “moderate”, but they have never retreated from their original mission to establish Islam’s global dominance. “Shater is the worst of them all,” says McCarthy.
The Brotherhood came to the White House for their annual allowance of 1.5 Billion Dollars. Who pays that? We do!
Why do we continue to pay in the face of all we know?
Don’t worry, if we cannot print the money fast enough, we can pull it out of Social Security or the fines our citizens will have to pay who cannot afford Obama-care!
There is no reason to panic, it’s kind of like paying protection money. If we do not pay off the Brotherhood they will renounce Egypt’s peace treaty with Israel and then declare a holy war against the USA, but then again, they have already done that!
We know that the Brotherhood presents two faces to the world. But what about our own politicians who deal with these people? Aren’t they just as bad when they entertain them?
Why do we pay our enemies who are out to annihilate us?
Sounds to me like two-faced and double-minded applies to us as well.
Don’t be two faced. Don’t be deceived and don’t be double minded!
“A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.” James 1:8