Muslim Brotherhood

Muslim Brotherhood Movement - Ikhwan

Muslim Brotherhood Movement

Muslim Brotherhood MovementThe Muslim Brotherhood Movement (Hizb al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun) or simply "Muslim Brotherhood" or "Ikhwan" is the world's oldest, largest and the best camouflaged Islamic Jihad movement.

To non-Muslims, the Muslim Brotherhood portrays itself as the 'acceptable branch of Islam' that promotes Muslims' socio-political integration, religious protection and economic welfare through charity, public relations and other peaceful actions.

Muslims, however, know Muslim Brotherhood as a camouflaged Jihadi movement whose ultimate goal is to subjugate the world under Quran's Sharia law through "Jihad." The official motto of the Muslim Brotherhood makes this explicitly clear:

"Allah is our objective.
The Prophet is our leader.
The Quran is our law.
Jihad is our way.
Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope."

What ISIS, Al Qaeda and Salafi Jihadists endeavor to achieve through terrorism, the Muslim Brotherhood endeavors to achieve more cunningly, at least for now, through the deception of Taqiyya and manipulation of the democratic political and legal institutions of the West, infiltrating and indoctrinating within its universities, prisons, government and military, and recruiting for its openly militant partners around the world (see The Project of Muslim Brotherhood below).

What is the origin of the Muslim Brotherhood?

The Muslim Brotherhood was founded in 1928 by Hassan al-Banna, an Egyptian school teacher, and financed by Adolf Hitler. Its members spied for the Nazis in the Middle East and fought for Hitler as Nazi troops in two specially formed Islamic Waffen-SS Divisions (see Hitler and Islam and Muslims in Germany).

In 2012, the Muslim Brotherhood's long and often violent struggle against the Egyptian government appeared won when its candidate, Mohamed Morsi, won the general election and became the nation's president. Morsi quickly threw off the cloak of democratic moderation on which he was elected and autocratically set out to lay the foundation for the eventual imposition of Sharia law.

Having overplayed his hand too quickly, Morsi was overthrown and arrested in a popularly-supported military coup in 2013. Once again identified as a terrorist organization and hunted by the new military-led government, the Muslim Brotherhood returned underground in Egypt, while dispersing and strengthening its operations across Europe, UK, America and other democracies whose laws are easier to manipulate and whose institutions are easier to penetrate (see Spread of Islam).

Is Muslim Brotherhood a "Movement" or an organization?

While the Muslim Brotherhood bills itself as a "movement" and not an organization, its expansion in Europe, UK, America and other undefended countries in the world is directed and coordinated via a three-tiered structure.

General Conference, the highest level, consists of one to two leaders from each national chapter of the Muslim Brotherhood. It sets the objectives and has the final authority in all matters. The General Conference is and has been led by a "General Leader" for all but two years of the Muslim Brotherhood's existence, as follows:

1928-1949: Hassan al-Banna (founder, killed)
1949-1951: No General Leader
1949-1972: Hassan al-Hudaybi (former Egyptian judge and al-Banna's advisor in secret)
1972-1986: Umar al-Timisani (al Banna's advisor and Ikhwan member since 1933)
1986-1996: Muhammad Hamid Abu al-Nasr (puppet of Mustafa Mashhur, his successor)
1996-2002: Mustafa Mashhur (former leaders of the military wing of the Ikhwan)
2002-2004: Ma'mun al-Hudaybi (son of Hassan al-Hudaybi above)
2004-2010: Muhammad Mahdi Akef (campaigner against the reality of Jewish Holocaust)
2010-        : Mohammed Badie (campaigner for global Jihad and the destruction of Israel)

Below the General Conference is the Shura Council, which translates the objectives set by the General Conference into plans and strategies. The decisions and orders of the Shura Council are binding on all members of the Muslim Brotherhood and can be overridden only by the General Conference.

Below the Shura Council is the Executive Office, which executes the plans and strategies set by the Shura Council by assigning them to the concerned national branches, monitoring their progress, and reporting back to the Shura Council.

What are those plans and strategies?

In 1982, Sa'id Ramadan, the son-in-law of Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, penned a 100-year plan to subjugate the world under Islam, called, "The Project." Since then, the plans and strategies of Muslim Brotherhood have largely adhered to the twenty-five points of The Project.

The Project was distributed to Muslim Brotherhood members around the world who were ordered to strictly guard its content from outsiders. They did so until November of 2001 when a copy of it was discovered during a police raid of a senior Muslim Brotherhood financier's home in Switzerland. Below is the full text of The Project:


1.  Network and coordinate actions between like-minded Islamists organizations;

2.  Avoid open alliances with known terrorist organizations and individuals to maintain the appearance of "moderation";

3.  Infiltrate and take over existing Muslim organizations to realign them towards the Muslim Brotherhood's collective goals;

4.  Use deception to mask the intended goals of Islamist actions, as long as it doesn't conflict with Sharia law;

5.  Avoid social conflicts with Westerners locally, nationally or globally, that might damage the long-term ability to expand the Islamist powerbase in the West, including the support of full-time administrators and workers;

6.  Conduct surveillance, obtain data, and establish collection and data storage capabilities;

7.  Put into place a watchdog system for monitoring Western media to warn Muslims of international plots fomented against us;

8.  Cultivate an Islamist intellectual community, including the establishment of think-tanks and advocacy groups, and publishing "academic" studies, to legitimize Islamist positions and to chronicle the history of Islamist movements;

9.  Develop a comprehensive 100-year plan to advance Islamist ideology throughout the world;

10.  Balance international objectives with local flexibility;

11.  Build extensive social networks of schools, hospitals and charitable organizations dedicated to Islamist ideals so that contact with the movement for Muslims in the West is constant;

12.  Involve ideologically committed Muslims in democratically-elected institutions on all levels in the West, including government, NGOs, private organizations and labor unions;

13.  Instrumentally use existing Western institutions until they can be converted and put into service of Islam;

14.  Draft Islamic constitutions, laws and policies for eventual implementation;

15.  Avoid conflict within the Islamist movements on all levels, including the development of processes for conflict resolution;

16.  Institute alliances with Western "progressive" organizations that share similar goals;

17.  Create autonomous "security forces" to protect Muslims in the West;

18.  Inflame violence and keep Muslims living in the West "in a Jihad frame of mind";

19.  Support Jihad movements across the Muslim world through preaching, propaganda, personnel, funding, and technical and operational support;

20.  Make the Palestinian Issue a global wedge cause for Muslims;

21.  Adopt the total liberation of Palestine from Israel and the creation of an Islamic state as a keystone in the plan for global Islamic domination;

22.  Instigate a constant campaign to incite hatred by Muslims against Jews and reject any discussions of conciliation or coexistence with them;

23.  Actively create Jihad terror cells within Palestine;

24.  Link the terrorist activities in Palestine with the global terror movement;

25.  Collect sufficient funds to indefinitely perpetuate and support Jihad around the world.

After the 2001 discovery of The Project by the Swiss police, the Muslim Brotherhood scrambled and employed Taqiyya to try to dismiss and distance itself from its manifesto, but its actions speak for themselves.

Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates - Arab nations that are intimately familiar with the Muslim Brotherhood - as well as Russia have designated it a terrorist organization, and the UK and Europe are now following suit.

In America, the Muslim Brotherhood infiltrated the highest levels of the government during the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama. In many ways, they are still there. See Muslim Brotherhood in America and Islamization of America.