Muslim Brotherhood Progeny in Tennessee
The 1991 Muslim Brotherhood Memorandum plan (“the plan”) for North America addresses in detail all aspects of civil society that would need to be impacted in order to ”’settle’” or ’enable’ Islam and its Movement in this part of the world.”
“That Islam is enabled within the souls, minds and the lives of the people of the country in which it moves”.
Newsletter #42 identified only some of the ways the Muslim Brotherhood plan has been operationalized in Tennessee. In some arenas actualization of the plan happens via seemingly unobjectionable motives, such as “preventing discrimination and bullying”, “countering prejudice”, “correcting misinformation”, “supplementing school curriculum”, interfaith dialogue and religious freedom. The TN AMAC, ACO, ING and Connecting Cultures are good examples of this strategy. (go to www.dailyrollcall.com for more on Connecting Cultures and public schools).
Regardless of its label, it all comes back to the overarching agenda – dawah, which in the political context results in the implementation of the Muslim Brotherhood plan.
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