Muslim Brotherhood Launches Political Party In Syria
Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood, a key opponent of President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, announces plans to launch an Islamist political party, saying it is ready for the post-Assad era.
The crushing march of Islam continues to swallow up whole countries under the anti-freedom presidency of Barack Hussein Obama.
I can say, without hesitation, that should Assad fall, the Alawite and Christian bloodbath will be unimaginable. Massive. Monstrous. There are roughly under 3 million Alawites in Syria, and 2 million Christians. Another Islamic genocide that will be scrubbed from the history books.
Yet another Islamic supremacist pro-Sharia uprising supported by the Obama White House. “Syria: Now is the decisive battle, Muslim Brotherhood says: 30 yrs after failed 1982 uprising, victory could be ours,” from ANSAmed):
(ANSAMed) – ANKARA – The ”decisive battle” has begun in Damascus, exiled Syrian Muslim Brotherhood leaders meeting in Istanbul in their first plenary congress in 30 years said today.
Three decades after their attempted uprising against Hafez al Assad, father of the current Syrian president, ended in a bloodbath and 20,000 dead, the Sunnite Muslim Brotherhood now sees their chance for a comeback.
In spite of ”long years of repression by the regime,” the movement has remained strong in Syria, said Brotherhood leader, Mohammad Riad Shakfa. The biggest force on the Syrian National Council, which is the West’s main opposition interlocutor, and very influential in the Syrian Free Army, the Muslim Brotherhood is supported by Turkish Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is also a Sunnite, and whom Assad accuses of fomenting a religious war in his country. If Syria were to follow the Egyptian model post-Assad, the country’s next leader might well be from the Muslim Brotherhood. source – Atlas Shrugs
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