UK government: Muslim Brotherhood membership not proof of “extremism,” Brotherhood activists free to operate in UK
Tell me again, Â why are Spencer & Geller banned from visiting the UK?
Furious about Brotherhood activists being allowed to reside in, and operate from, UK soil, Egyptian media figures and politicians have accused the UK government of promoting terrorism and extremism.Â (JW)
Muslim Brotherhood Leader Meets Obama in White House
A senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood was recently hosted at the White House for a meeting with President Barack Obama, prompting an outcry from critics of the global Islamist organization.
Anas Altikriti, a top British lobbyist for the Muslim Brotherhood whose father heads Iraq’s Muslim Brotherhood party,Â recentlyÂ metÂ with the president and Vice President Joe Biden as part of a delegation discussing problems in Iraq. (Jihad Watch)
Muslims, Our Natural Allies? (Robert Spencer)
That’s why they’re coming in ever larger numbers:
Comedy Gold: Â Â ‘Practice what you preach’– son slams cleric father over jihad call
The son of popular Syrian Salafist cleric Adnan al-Aroor publically rejected his father’s calls for jihad in Syria, criticizing him for urging young men to fight in Syria while he sits and watches from a comfortable distance.
“Why don’t you get up and go fight in Syria! Don’t just sit down on the chair. Bashar [al-Assad] is better than you,” Jaber al-Aroor, yelled at his father, during a television interview aired on the Kuwaiti Wesal channel.
Related links from the Religion of Peace:
Threats to Britain’s Open SocietyÂ Â (New India Express)
A Muslim writer warns that London could look like Islamabad in 50 years.
Germany Aiming to Be More Muslim FriendlyÂ Â (Gatestone)
Handing over the country just isn’t enough. You’ve got to make them feel good about themselves too.
Iran: fat mullah’s throw some food to the poor, chaos ensues….
#BBCtrending: Iran food aid backfires in ‘shame’
The Iranian government decided to give out free food baskets in a bid to reduce inflation and the benefits bill.
But the actual handout of food led to large queues and chaotic scenes, images of which were shared on social media.
Anne-Marie TomchakÂ from #BBCtrending investigates.
Produced byÂ Benjamin Zand.