måndag, januari 07, 2008

Det "moderata" Brödraskapet

Islamismens vänner, som t ex socialdemokratiska
Broderskapsrörelsen, hävdar ofta att det
finns en positiv, moderat islamism.
Den goda varianten utgörs t ex av (s) samarbetspartner
Genom att stödja denna bekämpar man jihadismen.
Men stämmer det verkligen.....?
De som fångats av den sagan bör studera följande artikel:

The Muslim Brotherhood:
A Moderate Islamic Alternative
to al-Qaeda or a Partner in Global Jihad?
Lt. Col. (res.) Jonathan Dahoah-Halevi
The Muslim Brotherhood is increasingly at the center of
a heated political controversy in the U.S. and among its
Western allies. Foreign Affairs, an important weather-
vane of the U.S. foreign policy establishment, featured
in its March-April issue an article by Robert S. Leiken
and Steven Brooke arguing that the Muslim Brotherhood
had become a moderate organization.
The Select Committee on Foreign Affairs of the British
House of Commons issued a report in the summer of 2007
concluding: "As long as the Muslim Brotherhood expresses
a commitment to the democratic process and non-violence,
we recommend that the British Government should engage
with it and seek to influence its members."

Ironically, while prominent voices in the West are
calling for a new political dialogue with the Muslim
Brotherhood, in the Arab world many serious
analysts warn about its continuing violent nature
and global ambitions.
At a meeting of the National Defense and Security Committee
of the Egyptian Parliament held in January 2007, Muslim
Brotherhood parliament member Mohammed Shaker Sanar
openly admitted that the Muslim Brotherhood was not
committed to Western democratic values.
He said that nothing about the organization had changed.
"The organization was founded in 1928 to reestablish the
Caliphate destroyed by Ataturk....
With Allah's help [the Muslim Brotherhood] will institute
the law of Allah."
This year, newly revealed federal court documents that
were accepted into evidence during the trial of the Texas-
based Holy Land Foundation revealed further the inner
thinking of the Muslim Brotherhood about its global mission.
A sixteen-page Arabic document discloses:
"The Ikhwan must understand that their work in America
is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying Western
civilization from within."
The Muslim Brotherhood and Al-Qaeda differ regarding
tactics but share a common strategy. Al-Qaeda favors
an implacable jihad to destroy the economies of the
Western countries. The Muslim Brotherhood supports
terrorism and jihad against foreign presence in the
Islamic world, but its top priority is constructing a
Muslim infrastructure in the West which will slowly
but surely enable it to rule during the 21st century.
As far as the final goal is concerned, there are no policy
differences between al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood.
The two organizations have the same objective: to place
the entire world under an Islamic caliphate.