I told you so.
The global Islamic march against freedom, women and humanity continues apace. Obama has turned American foreign policy on its head, making it a force for evil. Whole swaths of North Africa and the Middle East have gone from secular governments to Islamic regimes.
Early in my reporting of Libya in 2011, I fiercely questioned Obama's peculiar insistence in American involvement, and I warned of the obvious jihadist elements in the opposition. Qaddafi was a bad guy, no question. This is worse. Much worse. No question.
Obama say, "respect it!" Geller say,"the most dangerous President in the history of the United States must be defeated in November."
It bears repeating that the reportage by Muslim writers for AP, Reuters, AFP, etc. on these catastrophic changes is very unbalanced and pro-jihad. It does not reflect the reality of what this means to freedom-loving peoples.
Libya's Muslim Brotherhood sets up political partyReuters, Sat Mar 3, 2012 (hat tip David W)
By Ali Shuaib
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's Muslim Brotherhood teamed up with other Islamists on Friday to establish a new political party that is set to be a leading player in the country's first elections since the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in a NATO-backed uprising.
Islamist and secular parties will vie in June elections for seats in a national assembly that will draft a new constitution for the North African country.
Political analysts say Libya's Muslim Brotherhood is likely to emerge as the most organised political force and a leading player in the oil-exporting country where Islamists, like all dissidents, were harshly suppressed for 42 years.
Post-uprising elections have already brought Islamists into government in Tunisia, Egypt and Morocco since October and they are likely to perform well in Libya, a socially conservative country where alcohol was already banned before the revolution.
Lamine Belhadj, who heads the committee that is working to set up the new party, told Reuters at a conference on Friday it would bring together Islamists of different stripes.
"This is the founding conference of a national, civil party with an Islamic frame of reference. It is being established by the Muslim Brotherhood and many independents who are not affiliated with any Islamic organisations," he said.
Belhadj, a senior official in the National Transitional Council (NTC) and a member of the commission responsible for organising the elections, said the new party had yet to be named and its leaders had not been chosen as consultations were under way between the Brotherhood and other groups.
Abdullah Shamia, an economics professor and member of the Brotherhood since its days as an underground organisation, said the new party would be independent. The Muslim Brotherhood, a broader religious, charitable and social movement, would continue its work separately from the political party.
This is dawah, isalmic reporting. The Muslim Brotherhood wants a universal caliphate, a world living under Islam. This Reuters writer is propagandizing for a most oppressive and radical poltical movement. Media .jihad