"After several assassination attempts by the Muslim brotherhood, [Egyptian President] Nasser severely repressed the movement in Egypt, killing several of its leaders and imprisoning and torturing hundreds of others. Nasser was succeeded by Anwar Sadat as president of Egypt, but after signing a peace treaty with Israel, Sadat was assassinated by troops he was reviewing, who were, you guessed it, Muslim Brothers.

"Sadat’s vice president in Egypt, Hosni Mubarak knew who he was dealing with in the Muslim brotherhood, and continued the Egyptian policy of repression. One of the Muslim Brothers that had been imprisoned was Ayman Al Zawahiri, the Egyptian pediatrician who became Osama bin Laden’s right hand man.

"Another of the Egyptian Muslim Brothers imprisoned was Sayyid Qutb, who has provided the intellectual basis for the current violent world Jihad. His books have inspired Osama Bin Laden, Zawahiri, and countless other Jihadi’s the world over, to seek the overthrow of secular Muslim governments and the destruction of America, Israel and the civilized world in the name of Allah....

"Did I mention 'The Brotherhood' is in 70 nations, and there is even a well established US branch? They usually wear ties and are professional apologists for Islam, and through an army of attorneys wage 'lawfare' against western nations. They are the inspiration for Hamas, Al Qaida, and CAIR, (the Council on American and Islamic relations)."