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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Muslim Brotherhood Declares Victory in Tunisia

The Muslim Brotherhood continues to rack up one victory after another thanks in large part to the policies of the Barack Obama administration. Gadhafi hadn't even reached freezer temperature when the Islamists in Tunisia began unmasking themselves as the victors in the elections there. Make no mistake, the Enahda Party is nothing more than an extension of the Muslim Brotherhood, which is an identifier that is increasingly becoming more well known to westerners with each country that falls under its control. In fact, the leader of Enahda has an interesting history with the leading Muslim Brotherhood cleric, Youssef Qaradawi.

Rachid Ghannouchi (many spelling variations) is the leader of the Tunisian Islamist movement known as Nahada (aka Ennahda, Al Nahda) and can best be described as an independent Islamist power center who is tied to the global Muslim Brotherhood through his membership in the European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR) and his important position in the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), both organizations led by Global Muslim Brotherhood Youssef Qaradawi. An Egyptian news report has identified Ghannouchi as a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood “abroad.” Ghannouchi is also one of the founding members of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY), a Saudi organization closely linked to the Muslim Brotherhood and dedicated to the propagation of “Wahabist” Islam throughout the world. Ghannouchi is known for his thinking on the issue of Islam and citizenship rights. Earlier posts reported on the return of Mr. Ghannouchi to Tunisia following his long exile in the UK.
Meanwhile, Reuters is referring to Ghannouchi's Party as 'moderate' while championing its electoral success:
Moderate Islamists claimed victory on Monday in Tunisia's first democratic election, sending a message to other states in the region that long-sidelined Islamists are challenging for power after the "Arab Spring."

Official results have not been announced, but the Ennahda party said its workers had tallied the results posted at polling stations after Sunday's vote, the first since the uprisings which began in Tunisia and spread through the region.

"The first confirmed results show that Ennahda has obtained first place," campaign manager Abdelhamid Jlazzi said outside party headquarters in the center of the Tunisian capital.

As he spoke, a crowd of more than 300 in the street shouted "Allahu Akbar!" or "God is great!" Other people started singing the Tunisian national anthem.
Amazingly, the United States continues to help clear the Middle Eastern path for the Muslim Brotherhood's rise while the country most interested in the Brotherhood's success - Turkey - just sits back and watches the United States deplete its resources. It strains every ounce of credulity to believe that the Obama administration does not know what it's doing.

Much more at GMBDR

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