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Two days before he signed the Executive Order on “Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals, the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) began organizing nationwide protests against the anticipated order, which the mischaracterized the suspension of U.S. visas to Muslim refugees and travelers from only seven out of fifty Muslim-majority countries, as a “ban.” CAIR was immediately joined by progressive Left organizations that protested the election of Donald Trump as President. Thus Left-leaning ill-informed organizations, CEOs of tech companies (How many of their employees are immigrants, or Work-Visa holders from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen?) and Democratic-run-States joined forces with MB-affiliated groups to undermine the power of the President and the security of the nation...."
So begins Rachel Ehrenfeld's long, informative, and important article on the Brotherhood and its on-going mischief, for which click here
Here's the USA's former ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton on the same theme (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OV6H2r3CevE) :
There's been a great deal of discussion on this and pro MB groups and their hangers on proclaim that it's illegal to declare them a terrorist group, or, it's just too hard to do because of the diffuse organization of the MB. But there's an entire world of law that looks at actual behavior, actual results. Like RICO statutes that look at the behavior of a criminal enterprise not the specific crimes it committed. The MB seems to be a candidate for prosecution along the lines of the Mafia or drug cartels. The crimes can be lumped together but it's the organizational activity that's the lever to prosecute them with. ARE they engaged in a criminal front? Then go after that. ARE they raising funds in a criminal way for criminal purposes? Then go after that.ReplyDelete