Egyptian Paper Names 30 Brotherhood Operatives in U.S.

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El-Watan, one of Egypt’s most widely-read newspapers, published a list of 30 alleged Muslim Brotherhood fronts and operatives in the U.S..

One of Egypt’s most widely-read newspapers El-Watan has published a list of 30 alleged Muslim Brotherhood fronts and operatives in the U.S. that were tasked with winning public support for the Islamist group.

Citing unnamed “informed sources,” journalist Ahmed al-Tahiri says the Muslim Brotherhood has a “lobby inside America.” Raymond Ibrahim translated the article verbatim. It opens by describing the goal of the political influence operation:

“The sources said that these organizations, which are spread throughout the States, agitated for and were supportive of the decisions taken by Mohammed Morsi’s project to ‘Brotherhoodize’ and consolidate power and gave a favorable opinion to the general American public that Morsi’s decisions were welcomed by the public [in Egypt].

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3 Replies to “Egyptian Paper Names 30 Brotherhood Operatives in U.S.”

  1. Only thirty operatives? That’s just the ones that have been identified.IMHO there is a very large ‘fifth column’ of radicalized jihad minded Muslims (i.e. inbred mutants) just waiting for the signal to do harm, or even act independently against the ‘unclean’ and ‘unholy’m Infidel.

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