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Strategy in North America Project for World Domination

Reader comment on item: The Muslim Brotherhood's Place in Islamist Politics

Submitted by Wallace Edward Brand (United States), Sep 8, 2014 at 21:44

Does not the Muslim Brotherhood take on for itself the role of the coordinating body for American and World domination. I refer to the documents found in the Holy Land Foundation case, and the one found by Swiss Authorities in the Villa in Campione, Switzerland. Based on these documents it appears one could write a well documented book entitled The Protocols of the Elders of Islam. that would be true, not a Czarist forgery.

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For sure, the Muslim Brotherhood seeks to dominate the Islamist movement. But it does not.

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