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Verbatim: The Satanic Verses, Part II, Mahound

Verbatim: The Satanic Verses, Part II, Mahound

In his novel, Salman Rushdie devotes to the incident of the ‘‘satanic verses’’ – an indisputable historical fact that the Koran evokes, without detour or ambiguity (Verse 52, Sura 22) – the second chapter of the novel entitled Mahound.

 

The Global Threat of the Muslim Brotherhood

The Global Threat of the Muslim Brotherhood

The July 2018 report by the US Congressional Subcommittee on National Security is the most important and comprehensive official Western document on the global threat posed by the Muslim Brotherhood. It sheds unprecedented light on the secret ramifications of the Brotherhood, which is considered to be the mother house of contemporary Islamism, its tentacles in more than 70 countries around the world, and its supremacist dogma, which aims to establish Islamist world domination through a global “Islamic state”.

 

Excerpts from the Book: “Muslim Brotherhood, the Closed Circle” By Lorenzo Vidino

Excerpts from the Book: “Muslim Brotherhood, the Closed Circle” By Lorenzo Vidino

While the cases analyzed in this book clearly demonstrate common patterns of discontent among the former Western Brotherhood members profiled, one should not draw generalizations. It is difficult to determine if they constitute outliers or if their stories are indicative of a larger phenomenon of dissatisfaction inside the movement. Is the Brotherhood in the West in crisis, as some argue?1 Should the movement’s success or failure be judged by the growth and the stability of its membership? Or, since the Brotherhood is a movement seeking to mobilize the masses but willing to open itself only to few selected members, should success be assessed in another way, such as ability to exert influence within Western Muslim communities and Western elite circles? These questions cannot be answered easily. Moreover, irrespective of the metrics employed in assessing the Brotherhood, the answer is likely to differ from country to country. Yet it is clear that the 2010s have been an earth-shattering decade for the global Muslim Brotherhood movement and, consequently, for the Brotherhood in the West as well. The primary driver of change has been the so-called Arab Spring, with all its complex and still unfolding dynamics, which has had a huge impact on Brotherhood organizations in the East and the West.

 

Secret Qatari-Turkish alliance to support the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe

Secret Qatari-Turkish alliance to support the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe

A confidential report by a European intelligence agency October 2021 mentions a secret alliance between Qatar and Turkey, sealed during a “coordination meeting” dedicated to strengthening collaboration between the two countries on “support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe”.
We reproduce here large excerpts from this edifying report:

 

A Belgian State Security Service report castigates Muslim Brotherhood’s entryism and “cover-up doctrine”

A Belgian State Security Service report castigates Muslim Brotherhood’s entryism and “cover-up doctrine”

This report by the Belgian State Security Service was drawn up in the context of the “Ihsane Haouach affair”, named after this veiled community activist who was appointed government commissioner at the Institute for the Equality of Men and Women last May and then forced to resign a few weeks later following the revelation of her “close contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood”.
The report criticises the entryism practised by the Muslim Brotherhood in order to “influence public debate and policy-making (governmental or local)” and warns against the Muslim Brotherhood’s “doctrine of concealment” “by which they allow themselves a certain flexibility with regard to certain orthodox Islamic prescriptions, adapt their discourse to their audience, and conceal their true intentions and convictions”.
He concludes that the Muslim Brotherhood “cultivates a public image of well-integrated, moderate and (relatively) progressive European Muslims”, but “aims in the long term at the progressive Islamisation of European society in all its components”.

 

Letter from “Al Thani Family Council” to UN Secretary General

Letter from “Al Thani Family Council” to UN Secretary General

This letter addressed to the Secretary General of the United Nations, by Sheikh Ahmed Bin Khalid Bin Mohammed Bin Ali Bin Abdullah Bin Qassim Bin Mohammed Al-Thani, on behalf of the “Al-Thani Family Council”, the ruling family of the Emirate of Qatar, is unequivocal about the corruption of the former Qatari prosecutor appointed to the post of anti-corruption gentleman by the UN!

 

Hamas leader filmed with prostitute in Israeli hotel!

Hamas leader filmed with prostitute in Israeli hotel!

Hamas leader Abdel Rahim Abou Fanah, chairman of the Zakat [Islamic legal alms, one of Hamas’ main channels for fundraising] committee within the Palestinian Islamist organization, ignited Arab social networks: In a video filmed on a mobile phone, by a young man speaking in the Palestinian Arabic dialect, this Hamas cadre appeared naked, in the company of a prostitute, in what appears to be an Israeli hotel, as indicate by signs in Hebrew on the furniture.

 

Islamo-leftism does exist… and what’s more, it kills!

Islamo-leftism does exist… and what’s more, it kills!

The term “Islamo-leftism” is controversial. Imprecise and too conflating, we prefer, at Global Watch Analysis, the more explicit terms “leftist collaborators of Islamism” or “useful idiots of Islam”! However, “Islamo-leftism”, in the sense of the compromise of certain components or movements of the extreme left with Islamism (political or jihadist) does exist. A long investigation carried out in 2004, for the needs of our book “Ben Laden, la destruction programmée de l’Occident” published that year by Jean Picollec, shows that this “Islamo-leftism” does not only kill the debate of ideas in French universities!

 

When Erdogan’s party claims its leader is more popular than Prophet Muhammad!

When Erdogan’s party claims its leader is more popular than Prophet Muhammad!

Taking advantage of the anti-French boycott campaign, orchestrated by Islamist ulama, in several Muslim countries, following the republication of the caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has proclaimed himself leader of an alleged movement for the defense of the prophet of Islam.