How Britain Helps Hamas And The Muslim Brotherhood
Aidrian Morgan in Western Resistance presents a comprehensive account of Britain's role in helping - or not doing enough to hinder - Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. This is only Part I.
Claims of alleged links between the Muslim Association of Britain and the Muslim Brotherhood have been made inside parliament and in the mainstream media.
On August 11, 2004, Anthony Browne wrote a coruscating attack upon the MAB in the Times. Browne asserted that despite MAB's denials, it still shared much in common with the Muslim Brotherhood. On its website, it carried an article that stated Jews were "vampires", and Azzam Tamimi had written: "If they want to be as human as anybody else, Jews must wake up before it is too late." Browne also noted that the MAB had invited Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi to London. Qaradawi is regarded as the "spiritual leader" of the Muslim Brotherhood. He was welcomed by the leftist Mayor of London in July 2004.
The 2008 [Islamexpo] event would cause embarrassment to politicians and other figures in the establishment. For one British blogsite there were threats of legal action. One leader of a government think-tank which had contributed to Islam Expo resigned at the end of the five-day event. These issues, as well as other examples of the British establishment's flirtation with the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, will be discussed in Part Two.
David T of Harry's Place played a major role in uncovering some links between the Muslim Association of Britain and the Muslim Brotherhood, and deserves genuine support in fighting the libel action against him, rather than the sneering contempt and ill-concealed gloating he has received in certain quarters.
Posted on 07/20/2008 3:12 PM by Mary Jackson