Muslim Brotherhood: Jihad is the Way, Two-Way Street

Muslim Brotherhood Logo (Source: The Copts)

"Without Jihad and preparation for it, the obligation upon every Muslim to establish an Islamic state and the Islamic Caliphate and to consolidate this religion will not be realized..." - Mustafa Mashhur in Jihad is the Way

This week were are going to take a peek at the Muslim Brotherhood (MB).

The MB was founded by Hassan Al-Banna (an Islamic scholar, a school teacher and the grandfather of Tariq Ramadan, another creature deserving a close attention) in 1928, as a pan-Islamic, religious and social movement.
This movement was the first of its kind to make the Arab-Palestinian issue a general Muslim concern and, it was closely involved in the failed (yet detrimental) 1936 Arab Riots in Palestine, during which the Arabs fought against the British Mandate and opposed the return of the Jewish People to their land - it is curious to witness the Muslim nations, who took the "Palestinian Cause" under their wing due to the Muslim Brotherhood's influence, condemn the movement and imprison their members (e.g. Egypt and the UAE who "convicted 20 Egyptians and 10 Emiratis on national security charges for setting up an illegal branch of the Muslim Brotherhood issuing sentences of up to five years". - as reported by the Washington Post last week).

In Jihad is the Way Mustafa Mashhur (the official leader of the MB from 1996-2002) wrote:
"Hassan Al-Banna said: Since the goal of the Islamic Jihad was the noblest of goals, the means employed were also the most excellent of means. For God has forbidden aggression. Allah has instructed the Muslims to have the utmost mercy. When they fight, they do not (instigate) attack, they do not commit immoral acts, they do not mutilate bodies, they do not steal, they do not plunder property, and they do not desecrate. Muslims do not come to harm because in their war they are the best warriors, just as in their peace they are the best peace-lovers. In addition, it is forbidden to kill women, children, and the elderly or to finish off the wounded, to provoke monks, isolated people, and peaceful non-combatants." 
Looking at Jihadists and their "feat" - in places like Syria, Iraq and Egypt - I would say that Mashhur's advice was/is totally ignored since not only are Muslims killing Muslims but they are also committing immoral acts, mutilating bodies, plundering, desecrating bodies, they kill women, children, the elderly, they provoke and execute monks/priests etc.
Lesser Jihad is the way to reproach.

The Muslim Brotherhood is a dangerous movement. They pretend to have relinquished violence and to have evolved to a peaceful political group yet their "spiritual" guidelines are anything but peaceful. They mix the concept of Da'wa with Lesser Jihad and trump on women's rights granting "the Muslim sister" the role of having babies and preparing them for Jihad, for death - in view of this, it is easier to understand why Egypt outlawed them once again; they are a peril to any country wanting to develop its economy.
The MB's goal is to free what they consider the whole Islamic Land (i.e. the entire Middle East region) from the hands of the enemy (Jews) and apostates (false Muslims) so that the Islamic Caliphate is established - it is interesting to see that this Sunni group shares the same final goal as Shiites; therefore, we should ask ourselves whether the day will come when these factions (that today are killing each other off) will officially join hands to reach their common goal...

The movement may be political but they support Jihadists (who do the dirty job for them) and they declare wars on whomever they feel is getting in the way of their Islamic plans.
The Muslim Brotherhood wants war...it should be careful with what it wishes for though...

"To secure ourselves against defeat lies in our own hand, but the opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself." - Sun Tzu

Comments

  1. The Muslim Brotherhood is a political and social movement that started off well but then derailed. From what I understand this book you shared here is only a volume of a total of five books: it is a dangerous book, a book of incitement.
    I wonder how many in the US and in the Europe belong to the Muslim Brotherhood and are reading this book? They make use of our freedom of speech, press and thought to disseminate inciting information. I am worried when I think about how influential this group is in America and probably in Europe.

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    1. Hi Anon :D!

      Many in America and Europe are elements of the MB and read this book. They also act upon it too. I haven't received solid evidence yet, however there are rumours that MB elements work/worked for the Obama administration. Imagine the repercussions of that.

      Anon, thank you so much for your input :D.

      Cheers

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  2. These guys are a real problem and half the world just pandered them when they were elected in Egypt: ask Germany! And to think Germans have a real jihadist problem back at home, but when money and politics get in the way good sense flies across the window.

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    1. Hi Pietr :D!

      What about Germany? Now you got me curious...are you talking about the arms deal between Germany and then-President Morsi?

      Pietr, thank you ever so much for your input :D.

      Cheers

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  3. We have enough problems with our homegrown jihadists without me having to worry about the MB and their ilk elsewhere. If Muslims everywhere finally understand that they are losing out in the modern world by letting these scum proliferate, they will do what the Egyptians have now done.

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    1. Hi Rummy :D!

      Yes, you do indeed. I learned an interesting fact about India and terrorism, but I will write about it soon.
      I agree with you on what Muslims have to do.

      Rummy, thank you ever so much for your input :D.

      Cheers

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  4. Olá Max,

    "To secure ourselves against defeat lies in our own hand, but the opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself." - it pretty much sums it all. These guys are so done.

    Jihadism is a problem that will take a long time to subside but eventually it will once, as Rummuser said, the Muslims realise that they are fighting against evolution and it is a vain fight.

    Good job!

    Tchau

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    1. Hi Celeste :D!

      After they are paralysed, yes...they will be done.
      Indeed, darling, indeed.

      Thanks, Celeste, for both your support and comment :D.

      Cheers

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  5. Until these guys came and turned the Arabs against us, everybody lived in peace in "Palestine". But then the riots started, they started killing people...so much for a peaceful social movement, huh? They are a bunch of angry people and should be put down.

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    1. I agree, Ana. You said it all "They are a bunch of angry people and should be put down."
      Perhaps a jihad should be waged against them?

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    2. Hi Ana :D!

      That is so true. Everybody lived in peace until they came and ruined everything.

      Ana, thank you ever so much for your input :D.

      Cheers

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    3. Hi Michael :D!

      That was a good one: "a jihad should be waged against them?"
      Maybe it should...

      Mike, thank you for your input, my friend :D.

      Cheers

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  6. Agreed: Bibi should focus on his plan. But Naftali made a gross mistake in his quest to standout in the political scene. I'm excited as April approaches. Good luck.

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    1. Hi Carl :D!

      I think he already is. I think it was all a diversion tactic.
      You are?

      Carl, thank you so much for your input :D.

      Cheers

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  7. Every religion spread the message of peace, love an harmony as yet we see strangely that in the name of religion, fanatics and radicals are created who live their own world and prejudices. Even mythological scriptures teach us violent actions should be used only against tyrants but today the common man is the sufferer, where they killed by these merciless fanatics, who spread more hatred for unfathomable reasons and take the world to a brink. Maybe its time for the next evolution ahead.

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    1. Hi Kalyan :D!

      So true, my friend. Their reasons are not so unfathomable as we may think, as they are very clear: Power and Control.
      I also believe that the next stage is coming...

      K, thank you so much for your comment :D. Loved it.

      Cheers

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