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Muslim Brotherhood Pushes Enemies List - Those Who Made. "Statements Against The Revolution"

February 14, 2011

February 14, 2011 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org - As we noted in a Jan 3 article Muslim Brotherhood's Agitation Continues, Using Pretext Of Alexandria, Egypt Church Bombing though in some forums the Muslim Brotherhood claims moderation, the Egyptian terrorist group just can't stop itself from pressing the hard-core, revolutionary Islamist line which has inspired countless jihadists.

A case in point is today's edition of the Ikhwanweb, the MB's official English language website, where we find an article suggesting that so-called supporters of ex-president Mubarak, including journalists who were apparently unwilling to tow the MB philosophical line, are guilty of, "incitement," and of, "working as agents for foreign parties" [see, http://www.ikhwanweb.com/article.php?id=28017].

The charges were lodged by the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, an Islamist propaganda mill, disguised as a human rights group, intent upon creating further instability in the Middle East. A situation made-to-order for the MB's style of divide and conquer politics.

Not satisfied with merely branding those with whom they disagree essentially as traitors, they have developed "Lists of Shame," [currently available online but on what appears to be a pathetically latent network and/or server, http://el3ar.info/]. This webpage contains pictures of these "agents of foreign parties," with accompanying text, so far only in Arabic.

Though this article is quick to intone that its purpose is not, "to incite against them," given the Ikhwan's bloody past they might as well have painted crosshairs on the people on the enemies list.

We find it particularly noteworthy that now that the major demand of the protesters has become reality, Hosni Mubarak leaving office, the Ikhwan seeks to further sow the rancor, distrust and suspicion that has historically been its stock in trade.

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