NEWSWEEK has obtained an extensive dossier.....
One could only imagine if such a "dossier" existed on Palin, or Bachmann, or Spencer or Geller ..... the left-wing feeding frenzy that would ensue among the jackals would be the equivalent of a media MOAB.
But this dossier exposes Islamic supremacism...... *cue the crickets*
NEWSWEEK has an extensive dossier that documents the strategy of the well-financed global Muslim Brotherhood network to infiltrate the political systems of countries far and wide in order to further Islamic imperialism. We have known about this stealth jihad strategy by the Muslim Brotherhood for years, thanks largely to Robert Spencer and Steve Emerson, but America is woefully unaware. Here in America those "moderate-seeming" politicans like Keith Ellison are owned by Muslim Brotherhood groups like CAIR, ISNA, ICNA, MAS, MSA.
Why do you think the Hamas group CAIR is pitching such a hissy fit over Representative King's national security hearings on homegrown terror? Representative King, do not back down. Push back.
The whitewashing of the Muslim Brotherhood I warned of early on regarding the Egyptian riots is in full-on mode now. But in this Newsweek scrub-a-dub-dub, Claire Berlinski uncovers this gem here:
So Newsweek just pumped out a piece about the Muslim Brotherhood with the most bizarrely buried lede I think I've ever seen in my career as a journalist.
Page two, paragraph four, no further elaboration:
NEWSWEEK has obtained an extensive dossier, compiled last year by Arab analysts with close ties to Saudi intelligence, that argues that a well-financed global Muslim Brotherhood network uses “moderate-seeming politicians to further its extremist agenda” as far away as Malaysia.
You think they plan to share the details of this? Or just to mention coyly that they have it?
Mind you, my confidence in their reporting is not rock-solid, given that they seem to be taking seriously the claim that there are only 100,000 Brothers in Egypt. In the 2005 parliamentary elections, the Brotherhood's candidates (who ran as independents) won 20 percent of the seats. The population of Egypt is about 83 million, so let's just say--charitably--that someone's math skills here might be faulty.
Anyway, Newsweek, enquiring minds really want to know: What exactly does that intelligence report say? Don't worry, we'll be responsible if you tell us. We won't go all Ikhwanophobic on you or something. Except maybe in Malaysia, or wherever else these moderate-seeming politicians are advancing its agenda--they might get a bit touchy.