Exactly one month ago, Barack Obama stood in front of the American people and told them a bald-faced lie when he said, "ISIL is not Islamic." He said this not because it was true but because stealth Muslim Brotherhood agents in the U.S. needed him to say it. Just five days prior to his speech, an article penned by the leader of a Brotherhood front group in the U.S. referred to the Islamic State as "anti-Islamic" in an article that appeared in TIME Magazine as reported by Shoebat.com.

All of this is debunked a lone tweet:


 

As Shoebat.com reported, perhaps no other Islamic entity has penetrated America's collective consciousness since al-Qaeda. Whenever that happens, Americans become curious; they engage their critical thinking and logic skills; they may even take a break from seeing how the Kardashians are trending on Yahoo.

When this happens – as it did on 9/11/01 – stealth Muslim Brotherhood agents in the U.S. who are well-versed in the tactic of Muruna become desperate to create space between themselves and the terrorists who actually commit the barbarous acts. Just three days after 9/11, the President of the largest Muslim Brotherhood front group in the U.S. shared a pulpit at the National Cathedral with the President of the United States. These things were done for one primary reason: to create the perception that there is a bold line of distinction between Muslim Brotherhood operatives that choose to work within existing political systems to achieve the goal of a caliphate and terrorists who use other means.

Just three days later, Bush essentially reciprocated by speaking at the Islamic Center of Washington. Interestingly, he stood with the same Muslim leader who, last month, wrote that the Islamic State is "anti-Islamic." Also with Bush was Khalid Saffuri, the recognized deputy of convicted terrorist Abdurahman Alamoudi.

The best way to demonstrate this is perhaps by looking at the goals of al-Baghdadi and the Muslim Brotherhood. Both want a Caliphate. Al-Baghdadi wants to achieve it through terror, conquest, beheadings, etc. Stealth Muslim Brotherhood agents wish to use Muruna, which was introduced to them in 1989 by Brotherhood spiritual leader Yusuf al-Qaradawi.

Here is the proof straight from the mouth of Qaradawi himself. As Shoebat.com reported after Qaradawi's recent trip to Turkey, his problem is not with a Caliphate but with recognizing the one declared by al-Baghdadi. In this video, al-Qaradawi says any such Caliphate must be established in Turkey:


 

It bears repeating that every Muslim Brotherhood front group in the U.S. is in agreement with al-Qaradawi.

The more ISIS seeps into the American psyche, the more desperate stealth operatives are to keep the lines between them and terrorism blurred. How else does one explain Obama's reference to a group called the Islamic State, founded by a guy with a PhD in Islamic Studies, as being anything other than Islamic?


 

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*Article by Ben Barrack

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