The Muslim Brotherhood (Al-Ihkwan al-Muslimun) has emerged over the past century as one of the world's leading Islamist organizations.
They are responsible for creating “The Project”, which is an eighteen-page comprehensive plan that charts the groundwork of jihadists for establishing an Islamic government in North America.
The Muslim Brotherhood, founded in 1928 in Egypt, is a militant, pro-sharia law organization that has used both violent and non-violent means to achieve its ultimate goal of restoring the Muslim caliphate and the glory of the Islamic empire.
They have spawned dozens and dozens of organizations across the globe, including the terrorist organizations al Qaeda and Hamas. Today, numerous Muslim organizations in America are either actively connected to the Muslim Brotherhood or owe their existence to the jihadist group.
In 2007, the U.S. Justice Department introduced this document as evidence at the Holy Land Foundation trial in Texas as the Project for North America written in 1991 and found at the home of a terrorist suspect in New Jersey. The Project is titled: “Explanatory Memorandum”.
Download the Project. (English version starts on page 15)
Learn more about this violent jihadist group at Brotherhood Unmasked.
The Muslim Brotherhood education expose is an online dossier that provides information on all significant Muslim Brotherhood-related organizations in America, as well as cross referencing to show the connections between the various organizations through their leaders, board members, locations and the like. This provides an unprecedented “one-stop shop” for anyone interested in researching the Muslim Brotherhood web in America.
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