Obama has enabled Muslim Brotherhood governments in Egypt, Tunisia and now Libya, as well as soon in Syria. But it’s just a coincidence, doncha know, just the natural workings of democracy, nothing to be concerned about — after all, the Muslim Brotherhood is “largely secular,” and would never, ever pursue its stated goal of “eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within.”
“Libya elections: Muslim Brotherhood set to lead government,” by Jamie Dettmer in the Telegraph, July 5 (thanks to David):
Libya’s top politicians have hatched a deal that would see the Muslim Brotherhood lead the government after the country’s first free elections in almost five decades takes place on Sunday.
While the elections for a 200-member National Congress is unlikely to grant a majority to any one faction, the Muslim Brotherhood and its Islamist allies are confident they can join their counterparts in Tunisia and Egypt at the helm of leadership.
Negotiations between the Muslim Brotherhood and a secular-based political movement led by former interim prime minister Mahmoud Jibril have focused on forming a post-election government as soon as the result is known.
An adviser to Mr Jibril said the former prime minister was likely to take the post of figurehead president with Mustafa Abu Shagour, currently interim deputy prime minister of the Muslim Brotherhood, taking the prime minister’s slot as head of government.
The Muslim Brotherhood would dominate the ministries….