Today the United Arab Emirates issued a new list of organizations that it considers to be terrorist organization. The list is very controversial because there are many organizations on the list that are not considered terrorist organizations by their host countries. Some of these countries' foreign offices and departments of state are making inquiries of the emirates as to why they have branded these organizations as terrorists. Although the fact is that they already know. These groups are all affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Muslim brotherhood is listed as a terrorist group by several countries. They include Egypt where the Brotherhood was founded in 1928. Egypt is, of course, an Islamic majority country as is the UAE and several other countries that consider the Brotherhood to be a terrorist group. So it is not logical that the leaders of these countries oppose the Brotherhood because they are 'islamophobic'. The people in these countries have lived with the Brotherhood for generations. Perhaps then they consider the brothers to be terrorist because the killing and abuse perpetrated by brotherhood members qualifies them as terrorists.
With this in mind we recall that last Friday, November 14, the National Cathedral hosted Muslim prayers. The prayers were sponsored by several Muslim groups, including the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). Both of these organizations were were documented by U. S. federal authorities as having funded terrorism. In fact all five of the groups who sponsored the prayer at the National Cathedral are known to be front groups for the Muslim Brotherhood. The only question that remains is why the Episcopal Church which runs the National Cathedral is so anxious to promote an interfaith agenda that they would deal with terrorists. The Dean of the National Cathedral, Gary Hall, believes that because people have also done bad things in the name of Christ that it is now appropriate for the (Christian) National Cathedral to yoke itself with non-believers, aid them in there religious practices and give legitimacy to a religion opposed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
National Cathedral Dean: Breitbart 'Extremist' for Challenging Muslim Brotherhood Takeover of National Cathedral
(Washington, D.C.)-- 100 years ago today, on November 14, 1914, the last “Caliph” of the Islamic world declared a holy war on all non believers. Just a few months later, a jihadist genocide of Christians occurred on a massive scale, resulting in the deaths of millions.
On the 100th anniversary of the religiously-motivated genocide of Christians, several Islamic groups, all of which have alleged connections to the Muslim Brotherhood, hosted the first Muslim prayers ever at Washington, D.C.’s National Cathedral.
As Breitbart’s Dr. Sebastian Gorka reported earlier, two of the Islamic groups who organized the event--CAIR and ISNA--were documented by U.S. federal officials as unindicted co-conspirators in the largest terrorism financing trial in United States history. Additionally, evidence exists that each of the five Islamic groups who helped organize the event have deep connections to the Muslim Brotherhood. The goal of the Muslim Brotherhood, according to federal prosecution documents, is to wage a “grand jihad [holy war] in eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within...”
Breitbart News was on the scene at Washington’s National Cathedral, hoping to get some answers to concerns about Islamic prayers being hosted at the Cathedral on such a painful anniversary and why the event was sponsored by alleged members of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Breitbart News asked Dean of the National Cathedral, Gary Hall, whether it was appropriate to host Muslim prayers on the 100th anniversary of the last Caliph’s call for Jihad against nonbelievers, which resulted in the slaughter of innocent Christians.
Hall responded, “I did not know that it was that anniversary. But knowing it now, it actually seems to be more appropriate to have an event that is on an anniversary of a hard time… There have been atrocities on both sides. There have been extremists on both sides.”
He added: “The second thing, is that, the Christian church... a few centuries before was doing similar kinds of things in the holy land with the Crusader states and the Crusades themselves. Almost every religious tradition is guilty at some point of fostering violence in the name of that religious tradition.