The cradle of modern Jihad: The Muslim Brotherhood

No study of modern jihad would be complete without examining the Moslem Brotherhood.

Following the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in the First World War (largely by British and Australian forces), and its 1924 transformation by Mustapha Ataturk into the secular Turkish state, leading Moslems realised that they needed to use other methods than simply warfare to attain their goals (a global caliphate).

In 1928, Egyptian Islamic scholar Hassan al-Banna (known as ‘The Guide’ to his followers) founded the Moslem Brotherhood.

According to a former prosecutor with the US Justice Department, John Loftus, “Al-Banna was a devout admirer of Adolf Hitler and wrote to him frequently. Al-Banna was so persistent in his admiration of the new Nazi Party that in the 1930s, Al-Banna and the Muslim Brotherhood became a secret arm of Nazi Intelligence; with the goal of the Third Reich to develop the Muslim Brotherhood as an army inside Egypt”…

But al-Banna was simply upset about Israel! Except that it didn’t exist at the time.  

Read it all, as their ambitions extend far beyond merely annihilating  Jews.  They are aiming for worldwide domination.