Thursday, January 12, 2012

What is the Muslim Brotherhood's goal? Oh, just world domination.

Mohammed el-Badi, leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, spoke at the end of December in a speech that was reported on in Al Masry al Youm. Here is a translation of part of that speech:

The Brotherhood is getting closer to achieving its greatest goal as envisioned by its founder, Imam Hassan al-Banna. This will be accomplished by establishing a righteous and fair ruling system, with all its institutions and associations, including a government evolving into a rightly guided caliphate and mastership of the world....When the Brotherhood started its advocacy [da’wa], it tried to awaken the nation from its slumber and stagnation, to guide it back to its position and vocation. In his message at the sixth caucus, the Imam [Banna] defined two goals for the Brotherhood: a short term goal, the fruits of which are seen as soon as a person becomes a member of the Brotherhood; and a long term goal that requires utilizing events, waiting, making appropriate preparations and prior designs, and a comprehensive and total reform of all aspects of life.The Imam [Banna] delineated transitional goals and detailed methods to achieve this greatest objective, starting by reforming the individual, followed by building the family, the society, the government, and then a rightly guided caliphate and finally mastership of the world.

There seems to be a formula we can apply: history's biggest pushers of the fraud known as the Protocols of the Elders of Zion are invariably those who really actively plan to take over the world themselves.

(h/t DG via Raymond Ibrahim)