Lest the reader get the impression that CAIR is the only Muslim Brotherhood organization, this installment will introduce you to a few more of the larger and more powerful players in the vast constellation of MB organizations.

Muslim Student Association (MSA), the first national Muslim Brotherhood organization in the U.S., had, by 2017, expanded to over 800 campuses. MSA is very pro-Hamas and pro-sharia, and forms the “farm team,” so to speak, for the rest of the MB organizations.

Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is one of the largest MB entities. One of its responsibilities has been to establish partnerships with other religious organizations, largely for the purpose of organizing “Interfaith Dialogues,” aka “Honest Conversations,” which are neither honest, nor conversations, given the fact that Muslims are compelled to lie if that will help to spread Islam. But, since most non-Muslims do not realize that lying is obligatory for the purpose of building sympathy and converts for Islam, Christians and Jews are sitting ducks.

North American Islamic Trust (NAIT): In the 1980’s, FBI special agent, Robert Stauffer, ”headed an investigation of Muslim Brotherhood finances and reportedly discovered that the Islamic Society of North America had received ‘Millions and millions of dollars’ through NAIT which, he says, ‘served as a financial holding company for Muslim Brotherhood-related groups.’” [1] NAIT also plays an ideological role by forcing out moderate imams and replacing them with more radical leaders.

The Investigative Project on Terrorism’s article on “ICNA’S (Islamic Circle of North America) RADICAL READING LIST” sums it all up by quoting the MB’s motto: “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.”

[1] The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch

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