Earlier at FrontPage Magazine (via RaymondIbrahim.com) I discussed the significance of the recent capture and arrest of the Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme leader, Muhammad Badie — and the significance of the New York Times‘ lament for the trapped terrorist leader:
The supreme leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, the head of the Islamist snake, Muhammad Badie””who had slipped security forces by traveling in and out of the Brotherhood torture camps (known as “peaceful sits ins” by the mainstream media”)””has finally been arrested in Egypt and is awaiting trial. Not only was he the leader of the Brotherhood, but, according to Brotherhood members themselves, he was giving orders to his underling, Muhammad Morsi, the now ousted Egyptian president.
Among other serious accusations, Badie is being charged with inciting widespread terrorism and murder and playing a key role in the current violence and unrest in Egypt””also known as “the jihad–”which has led to the destruction of some 80 Christian churches and monasteries, the violent slaughters of Egyptian police, and any number of other criminal activities.
If Badie, as a Brotherhood member on live TV slipped into saying, used to order president Morsi around, surely his authority over the average Brotherhood member””the very fellows now burning and slaughtering””was ironclad.
Nor was Badie’s terrorism limited to domestic Egypt. After his protÃ©gÃ©e Morsi became president, an emboldened Badie publicly proclaimed “the necessity for every Muslim to strive to save al-Quds [Jerusalem] from the hands of the rapists [Israelis] and to cleanse Palestine from the clutches of the occupation, deeming this an individual duty for all Muslims.” More specifically, he “called on all Muslims to wage jihad with their money and their selves to free al-Quds–”the same exact language one finds in al-Qaeda’s tracts. Unsurprisingly, the Wiesenthal Centernamed him the top anti-Semite of 2012…Continue reading