Muslim Brotherhood official: Boston terror bombings result of French intervention against Islamic supremacists in Mali

I love how muslims have now made research a bad thing.

Jihad Watch:

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Essam Elerian is assuming that the Boston bombings were jihad attacks. He must be a greasy Islamophobe. “Boston attacks began in Mali, top Muslim Brotherhood official says,” from Al Arabiya, April 17 (thanks to Pedro):

A high-ranking Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood official has linked the deadly Boston attacks to the U.S.-backed French war in Mali.Essam Elerian, vice chairman of the Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), wrote in a statement posted in Arabic on his Facebook account that the “events began with the sending of French battalions to Mali in a war against organizations that are said to be part of al Qaeda.”

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5 Replies to “Muslim Brotherhood official: Boston terror bombings result of French intervention against Islamic supremacists in Mali”

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    BEIRUT — Syrian President Bashar Assad has accused the West of backing al Qaeda in Syria and says it will pay the price.

    Assad spoke in an interview to be aired later Wednesday on the government-run Al-Ikhbariya channel. Excerpts of the interview have been aired in advance and posted on his office’s official Facebook page.

    Assad says the West financed al Qaeda in Afghanistan in its beginnings and later paid a high price for it. Similarly, he says it is now supporting the terror network in Syria and “will pay the price later in the heart of Europe and the United States.”

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    Assad’s regime says the uprising against him is a conspiracy carried out by foreign-backed extremists.

  3. I think the man is right about who carried out the attack, I also find the connections pointed out in Martins’ post to be very interesting.

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