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Director of National Intelligence Clapper Comes A-Cropper of His Own Ignorance

James Clapper told a congressional committee that the Muslim Brotherhood is 'largely secular" and has "eschewed violence." (Also read Michael Ledeen's "Claptrap from Clapper" and Ron Radosh's "James Clapper's Stunning Assessment: We Must Demand He Be Fired" at the Tatler.)

by
Brian Fairchild

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February 10, 2011 - 12:55 pm
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  • On December, 11, 2005, he stated: “The Muslim Brotherhood is a global movement whose members cooperate with each other throughout the world, based on the same religious worldview — the spread of Islam, until it rules the world. We are in the global arena, and we preach for Allah according to the guidelines of the Muslim Brotherhood. All the members of the Muslim Brotherhood in the international arena operate according to the written charter that states that Jihad is the only way to achieve these goals.”
    • During Israel’s invasion of southern Lebanon in 2006, Akef stated that, if given permission by the Egyptian government, he was prepared to arm and field 10,000 Muslim Brothers to support Hezbollah. On November 30, 2007, he stated that his offer also applied to the confrontation between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. But did not stop there:

    “This applies to any country under occupation.  One of the principles of the Muslim Brotherhood is to rid the Arab and Islamic nation of any foreign rule.  The Muslim Brotherhood must support all the forces of resistance in the Arab and Islamic world.”

    • On May 22, 2008 during an interview with a correspondent from www.elaph.com, Akef was asked if he thought Osama bin Laden was a terrorist or a jihad fighter. Akef responded: “Without a shadow of a doubt — a jihad fighter. I do not doubt the fact that he opposes the occupation, nor that he does this to get closer to Allah.” When the interviewer asked if this meant that Akef supported al-Qaeda, Akef responded: “Yes, I support its activities against occupation, but not against civilians.”
    • In November 2008, he stated: “Tyranny requires the raising of the young people on the basis of the principles of jihad so as to create mujahidin who love to die as much as others love to live and who can perform their duty towards their God, themselves and homeland.”

    Muhammad Badi, the new supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood who took over the organization from Akef in January 2010, has said the following:

    • On March 9, 2010, on the Brotherhood’s website IkhwanOnline: “They crucially need to understand that the improvement and change that the [Muslim] nation seeks can only be attained through jihad and sacrifice and by raising a jihadi generation that pursues death just as their enemies pursue life.”
    • On March 18, 2010, on the Brotherhood’s website IkhwanOnline:  “… Jihad must not be likened to terror. Jihad means making sacrifices in order to restore what has been stolen, defend one’s property, expel the occupier, and make Allah’s word supreme, while terror is occupying someone else’s land….”
    • On April 15, 2010, on the Brotherhood’s website IkhwanOnline: “We will continue to raise the banner of jihad — two swords and a Koran — as long as the Zionists raise their flag, with two blue stripes to represent their so-called state [reaching] from the Nile to the Euphrates. And the [Muslim] brotherhood will continue to view the Jews and Zionists as their first and foremost enemies.”

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    Brian Fairchild served as a career Operations Officer in the Central Intelligence Agency's Clandestine Service with twenty years of experience operating under official and non-official cover. In 1998, he testified before Congress on counterterrorism issues, and he is currently the Director of Intelligence Operations for the Intrepid Group. Since 9/11, he has taught over ten thousand law enforcement officers, intelligence officials, and military personnel about the Muslim Brotherhood and the global Jihad movement. The Intrepid Group provides video tutorials on these subjects on its website and YouTube channel.
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