Think Israel: The Muslim Brotherhood, The Nazis and Al-Qa’ida

Folks, THINK-ISRAEL features essays, analyses and commentaries that provide context for current events in Israel. In The Muslim Brotherhood, The Nazis and Al-Qa’ida by John Loftus, is a fascinating view into John Loftus’ experiences researching Nazi criminals and pursuing Arab terrorists. Of particular interest is his discussion of the linkage between Al-Qa’ida and the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization that was founded in the 1920s, funded early on by Adolf Hitler and more recently by Saudi Arabia. He has also been active in the attempt to get some of the information out of government vaults to where it can do some good in helping in the fight against terrorists. [Editor’s Note: To date, Think-Israel has printed a significant article on the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe (“The Muslim Brotherhood’s Conquest Of Europe”) and a Blog-ed on “A Rare Look At Secretive Brotherhood in America”.) The “Rare Look” article includes some information on a Muslim Brother — Yusuf Qaradawi, whose name also crops up in articles on the riled and indignant Arabs who demonstrate against the Danish cartoons of Mohammed (See Danish Cartoons.) What interesting linkages!] READ MORE

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