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The Brotherhood: America's Next Great Enemy Hardcover – July 15, 2013
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About the Author
Stakelbeck has worked as a senior writer and analyst at the Investigative Project on Terrorism, a counterterrorism think tank founded by terrorism expert Steven Emerson. His articles on Islamic extremism, global terrorism and national security have appeared in the Wall Street Journal Europe, Weekly Standard, Washington Times, New York Post, Jerusalem Post, and National Review Online, among other publications.
Stakelbeck has delivered addresses at events for Christians United for Israel (CUFI), the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the International Israel Allies Caucus Foundation, the Jewish Institute for National security Affairs (JINSA), the Values Voter Summit and the Faith and Freedom Coalition, among others, on terrorism and Middle East-related issues.
Stakelbeck is a graduate of Holy Family University in Philadelphia. His popular blog, Stakelbeck on Terror,” can be found at CBN News.com
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Top Customer Reviews
Do you know this name: Yusuf al-Qaradawi? You should. He is the Muslim Brotherhood's chief jurist, and from his safe haven in Qatar he spewed anti-American propaganda on his weekly Al Jazeera program, "Sharia and Life." Then, after the recent riots and events in Egypt, Qatar stripped Yusuf al-Qaradawi of citizenship and ordered him out of the country as a dangerous Islamist radical. Why do you care? Because Sheikh bin Bayyah is Qaradawi's deputy, his right hand man -- and he was an honored guest in the White House on 13 June, giving out his Muslim extremist advice.
Proof? bin Bayyah posted an account of the meeting on his website, complete with a photo of him at a table with White House national security staffers, a meeting that included Obama's National Security Advisor, Tom Donilon.
All this hard to believe, but there is much much more in Stakelbeck's important book. Names, places, and proof of the Muslim Brotherhood's penetration of the uppermost levels of our government. Written in Stakelbeck's plain hard-hitting style, it will show you the danger we face. Read it -- you will tell your neighbors!
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The book explain in details the origins and founding of the organization in Egypt, in 1928, by the anarchist Hassan El Bana, an admirer of Nazism and Marxist-Leninist ideology, who was ultimately hanged (1949) for his role in the assassination of Nokrashy Pasha (Egyptian Minister).
The ascent of Sayyid Kotb, the philosopher of the Brotherhood, to the highest echelon of the organization, is detailed. Kotb was raised in a rural farming community within a modest and religious family. By the time he went to college in Cairo, where he fell under the influence of Hassan El Bana, he was a secular intellectual, more interested in reading and writing poetry and novellas than in politics or religion. The two men became friends and Qutb drifted from secularism to a moderate modernist Islam with an overtone of Communism and Socialist Fascism. As an adult, Qutb had a palpable disdain for Imams, manifested by his repeated conflicts with the Muslim religious establishment, which in turn banned his books from Al-Azhar University (the pre-eminent Islamic school in the world) declaring him "munharif", a deviant.
Qutb became radicalized after his study tour of the USA, in 1948-50, which exposed him to the excesses of capitalist society, and by the execution of his mentor El Bana.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am rating this book a five star, because I am interested in world affairs. It gives me a better insight.Published 1 month ago by Dorothy M. Strohm
Want to learn how the Muslim Brotherhood can turn your neighborhood into a factory for terrorism? Read this well documented book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Barry Webb
Scary to know just how bad things really are. Hit home when the town I live in was mentioned by name.Published 7 months ago by Papa Oso