Like the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe and UK, the Muslim Brotherhood in America operates front groups across America among which its power and leaders, most of them clean-cut and US-educated, rotate to avoid detection, litigation and/or prosecution.
The first Muslim Brotherhood organization in America was the Muslim Students Association (MSA), founded in the early 1960s at the University of Illinois. MSA spread quickly across American college campus and spawned Muslim professional groups when their leaders graduated and entered professional life. The founders of most Muslim Brotherhood groups in the USA can be traced back to the MSA.
Other prominent Muslim Brotherhood groups in the USA include the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR); the U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), an umbrella political group through which the Muslim Brotherhood lobbies and influences U.S. law makers and government agencies, including the FBI (see Islamization of USA); the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), the funnel through which Saudi oil money is used to build mosques and Islamic schools across the United States; and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).
The most notorious Muslim Brotherhood front group in the United States was the Texas-based and deceptively-named Holy Land Foundation (HLF), formerly the largest Muslim charity in the country. In late 2008, HLF and its officers were convicted of financing Hamas and sentenced for up to 65 years in prison.
The alphabet soup below is a partial list of the Muslim Brotherhood front organizations and affiliates in the United States. The major ones are in bold-face. Those on the prosecutor's list of unindicted co-conspirators of HLF to be prosecuted next are highlighted:
• American Muslim Council (AMC)
Continued: Islamization of USA
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