The World Without Qatar Thierry Meyssan, Voltaire Network, Jul 16 2013
For the MB, the forced Islamization of North Africa and the Levant; for
Washington, economic globalization, including massive privatization; and
for Tel Aviv, the continuation of the separate Camp David peace. It is
important to understand that, as a consequence, in the words of Lebanese
thinker Hassan Hamade, “The Brotherhood has become the spearhead of
Arab Zionism.” This is confirmed, in his own way, by the “spiritual
adviser” of Qatar’s al-Jazeera, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, when he
preaches that if Muhammad were alive today, he would live in peace with
the Israelis and he would support NATO. This stance was facilitated by
the structure of the MB. Although it is coordinated internationally, the
MB does not consist of a single organization, but of a multitude of
distinct groups. In addition, there are different levels of membership,
each with its own ideology.
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