Right Before Our Eyes ;Part 5 – Muslim Brotherhood as (killers)

By: (Thierry Meyssan)

In 1962, the CIA urged Saudi Arabia to establish the Muslim World League and fund both the Muslim Brotherhood and the Naqshbandis against nationalists and communists.

The organization is funded primarily by Arabian-American Oil Company (ARAMCO), out of 20 founding members, three Islamic theorists that we have already talked about: Egyptian Said Ramadan, Pakistani Abu El-Ela El-Moudoudi and Indian Abu-Hassan Ali Al-Madoudi.

Saudi Arabia has become de facto the spiritual father of the Muslim Brotherhood in the world, having suddenly had enormous financial liquidity thanks to oil revenues.

The Kingdom has begun to entrust them with its educational system and university, in a country where you can hardly find some on ewho canread or write.

The Brotherhood had a duty to adapt to their hosts. In fact, their allegiance to the king prevented them from offering loyalty to the general guide.

However, they began to organize themselves around Muhammad Qutb, SayyidQutb’s brother: the Saudi Brotherhood on the one hand, and the Sourouristes on the other.

These Sourouristes, mainly Saudis, attempted to combine Brotherhood political thought with Wahhabism.

This doctrine, to which the royal family belongs, adopts an interpretation of Islam that derives from a savage Bedouin ideology and is hostile to history.

Until its possession of petrodollars, Riyadh cursed traditional Islamic schools which, in turn, considered heretical.

In fact, there is no common denominator between the Brotherhood’s policy and the Wahhabi religion, but they are compatible, with the difference that the agreement linking the Saud family with the Wahhabi preachers cannot exist with the Brotherhood: the idea of ​​a monarchy with divine law clashed with the Brotherhood’s appetite for power.

It was therefore agreed that the Al Saud pledged to support the Muslim Brotherhood around the world, provided they refrain from interfering in politics within Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Wahhabis’ support for the Muslim Brotherhood has sparked additional competition both inside and outside Saudi Arabia in the two Wahhabi states, Qatar and the Emirate of Sharjah.

From 1962 to 1970, the Muslim Brotherhood participated in the civil war in northern Yemen, and along with Britain and Saudi Arabia, tried to re-establish the monarchy against Arab nationalists, Egypt, and the Soviet Union, and to establish a paved struggle for what would come next, half a century later.

In 1970, Nasser reached an agreement between the Palestinian factions and King Hussein, King of Jordan, which ended “Black September.”

But he died of a heart attack on the evening of the Arab League summit, which ratified the agreement, and was probably killed.

Nasser had three deputies: the first leftist – very popular – the second centrist – very famous – the third is a conservative, was placed in this position at the request of the United States, and Saudi Arabia (Anwar Sadat).

The leftist vice president declared himself ineligible for the presidency following pressure on him. The centrist vice president favored withdrawing from politics. Sadat was nominated as a candidate for the Nasserites.

This tragedy occurs in many countries: the president chooses a vice president from among his rivals to expand his electoral base, but the latter takes his place when he dies, destroying all his legacy.

Sadat, who served the Reich during World War II and expressed great admiration for the Führer, is a conservative, religiously militant, who served as a second I to SayyidQutb, a link between the Brotherhood and the Free Officers released The Brotherhood, imprisoned by Nasser, as soon as he took power.

The “religious president” was an ally of the Muslim Brotherhood, with regard to the Islamization of Egyptian society (the “revolution of correction”), and an opponent of the Brotherhood when it comes to political benefit.

This ambiguous relationship was exemplified by the creation of three armed groups, which were not splits of the Muslim Brotherhood, but by external units obeying them: Hizbut-Tahrir al-Islami, Islamic Jihad (Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman), and Takfirwal-Hijra. Everyone said they were following SayyidQutb’s instructions.

Armed Islamic Jihad, by Egyptian intelligence, launched attacks against Coptic Christians. The “religious president” accused the Copts of stirring up strife, ordering the imprisonment of the Pope and eight of their bishops, ignoring any attempt to calm down the situation.Sadat eventually became involved in the behavior of the Muslim Brotherhood and took a position on the side of Islamic Jihad against the supreme leader, whom he put in prison.

At the suggestion of US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Sadat persuaded Syria to join Egypt in attacking Israel and regaining Palestinian rights.

On October 6, 1973, the two armies placed the Hebrew state between the jaws of the pliers, while the Israelis were celebrating Yom Kippour, the Egyptian army crossed the Suez Canal, and the Syrian army launched its offensive from the Golan Heights.

Sadat, however, deployed only part of the cover of his air defenses, and ordered his army to stop 15 kilometers east of the canal, allowing the Israelis to reach the Syrians who found themselves trapped, shouting”a plot… a plot “.

It was only when Israel moved the reserve forces and besieged the Syrian army that Sadat ordered his army to demonstrate in resuming its progress and then to stop negotiating a ceasefire.

The Soviets watched the betrayal of Egypt, which they lost as an ally with Nasser’s death, threatening the United States and demanding an immediate cessation of hostilities.

As a former liaison officer for SayyidQutb between the “Free Officers” and the Brotherhood, “the faithful president” Anwar Sadat was declared the “6th Caliph” by the Egyptian parliament.

Here, this admirer of Adolf Hitler appeared in the Knesset building alongside his partners Golda Meir and Shimon Peres.

Four years later, in line with the CIA plan, Sadat went to Jerusalem and decided to sign a unilateral peace with Israel at the expense of the Palestinians. The alliance between the Muslim Brotherhood and Israel has since become firm.

The entire Arab people condemned the Egyptian treason, and Egypt was excluded from the Arab League, which moved its headquarters to the Tunisian capital.

The head of the secret service of the Muslim Brotherhood, Ayman al-Zawahiri (the current leader of al-Qaeda), organized the assassination of President Sadat (October 6, 1981).

Washington decided to open a new page in 1981. The Islamic Jihad was tasked with liquidating Sadat, who was no longer of any use.

Seven people were killed on the official podium, and 28 were injured, but those sitting next to the president, Vice President Hosni Mubarak, escaped death because he was the only person wearing a bulletproof vest.

Mubarak replaced “the faithful president” and the Arab League could be returned to Cairo.

( to be continued …. )

Source : ( voltairenet.org )

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