Mosab Hassan Yousef, son of Hamas co-founder Sheik Hassan Yousef, says that Brother O’s repeated attempts to make Islam look good to Americans have emboldened Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf to propose an Islamic center and mosque on the hallowed grounds near the site of the 2001 World Trade Center attacks as a symbol of Islamic authority.
“If it was [sic] any other American president, we wouldn’t have this aggressive step.”—Mosab Hassan Yousef
According to Yousef, the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas are the same organization, and Imam Rauf will not condemn the latter as a terrorist group “because he knows that Hamas is an organization that is doing the will of Allah.”
“How can he condemn an organization that serves the same god that he worships every day five times?”—Mosab Hassan Yousef
Yousef points out that the goal of the Egypt-based Muslim Brotherhood is not terrorism but a world-wide global Islamic state. What’s more, Islam is not in America to be equal to other faiths but to dominate them and make the Quran the highest authority and Islam the country’s only accepted religion.
“[T]hey are required by the Quran to establish this global Islamic state on the rubble of every civilization, every constitution, every government.”—Mosab Hassan Yousef
To help achieve their goal, the Brotherhood has created spin-off front groups, like the Washington, DC-based Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), to pose as a human rights organization to paint a positive face on Islam. The Brotherhood’s “100-year plan” is to gradually conquer America and Western civilization from within to make Islam supreme over all other religions.
“This is not a doctrine of some freak Muslim. It’s the doctrine, the requirement, of the god of Islam himself and his prophet, whom they praise every day. …
“Before we start to listen to their lies, we have to ask ourselves … what is the goal of the Muslim Brotherhood? Ask them, ‘What do you want?’”—Mosab Hassan Yousef
Yousef argues that the West has been duped into believing that there are two types of Islam, radical and moderate. While individual Muslims may be radical or moderate, Islam itself is not moderate.
“Forget about what the Muslim Brotherhood, what al-Qaida, what Hezbollah – what even Americans or Westerners say about Islam. Let’s study and see what Islam says about itself, then we will understand why we have this problem.”—Mosab Hassan Yousef
If Americans work together and confront Islam now, change can come; but if they don’t, “we won’t be able to defeat them.”
“This is not for America only. This is for the world. This is for the future of humanity.”—Mosab Hassan Yousef
For more on this story, see ‘Son of Hamas’ warns U.S. fatally falling for lies By Art Moore.
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