De­clare Brother­hood ter­ror­ists

The Washington Times Daily - - EDITORIAL -

The Mus­lim Brother­hood was estab­lished in 1928 in Egypt with the goal of cre­at­ing a global Is­lamic state, or caliphate, and im­ple­ment­ing sharia law. Their by­laws state that ji­had is their way and mar­tyr­dom is the means of Al­lah’s will. The Brother­hood has a long his­tory of sup­port­ing Is­lamic su­prem­a­cist at­tacks and has been de­clared a ter­ror­ist or­ga­ni­za­tion in Saudi Ara­bia, Egypt and many other coun­tries, and it should be de­clared a ter­ror or­ga­ni­za­tion in Amer­ica.

About 80 per­cent of mosques in Amer­ica are preach­ing sedi­tion and must be closed. Il­le­gal im­mi­grants from rad­i­cal Is­lamic coun­tries must be halted, as Obama brought in tens of thou­sands of un­doc­u­mented, shari­ah­com­pli­ant Mus­lims and set­tled them in con­ser­va­tive states as part of “Hi­jra,” the doc­trine of spread­ing Is­lam through mi­gra­tion.

There is a global Is­lamic ji­had move­ment op­er­at­ing in Amer­ica, and the at­tacks on our soil in re­cent years prove it. Ji­had works in phases. From 2010 to 2013 they de­stroyed the hated Arab gov­ern­ments of Egypt, Iraq and Libya with the help of Obama’s back­ing of “Arab Spring” up­ris­ings. From 2013 to 2016 they de­clared an Is­lamic caliphate. Now, from about 2,400 mosques and Is­lamic cen­ters across the United States, they wage a war be­tween the “be­liev­ers” and “non-be­liev­ers” by sup­port­ing ter­ror cells and key Brother­hood net­works.

The fi­nal phase calls for the war to go hot and be­come vic­tory of Is­lam over Chris­tian­ity and the West. Each year over 100 new Is­lamic non-prof­its are cre­ated with Brother­hood di­rec­tion and funded by Iran, Saudi Ara­bia, Qatar, the Amer­i­can po­lit­i­cal left and var­i­ous other anti-Amer­i­can sources. Pres­i­dent Trump must de­fend the United States by declar­ing the Mus­lim Brother­hood a ter­ror­ist or­ga­ni­za­tion.

LT. COL. DOMINIK GE­ORGE NARGELE

U.S. Ma­rine Corps (re­tired)

Arlington

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