Thursday, October 31, 2013

Department of Homeland Security Adviser Mohamed Elibiary Compares Evangelical Christians to Muslim Brotherhood

An "Evangelical" Christian is a Christian who emphasizes preaching the Gospel and being "born again." Evangelicals may be other things (Republican or Democrat, etc.), but this is the characteristic feature of Evangelicals. Since Christians are commanded to "render unto Caesar what is Caesar's, and unto God what is God's" (Matthew 22:21), Christianity contains a clear distinction between political power and the Gospel.

The Muslim Brotherhood is an Islamic political movement devoted to the implementation of Sharia. Members of the Brotherhood seek political power, even through violent revolution, assassinations, or terrorism.

Even someone who hates Christianity should be able to see a difference here. The fact that Mohamed Elibiary (and many who are like him) see no difference shows that their hatred of Christianity and love of Sharia have affected their ability to think rationally.

WND—Department of Homeland Security adviser Mohamed Elibiary has penned yet another controversial tweet, this time likening the Muslim Brotherhood to evangelical Christians and comparing the Brotherhood’s indoctrination to Bible study groups.

WND found that Elibiary tweeted: “Ignorant #Islamophobes (redundant I know) protested my saying #MB like #Evangelicals. Usra like Bible study grp.”

The “MB,” or Muslim Brotherhood, seeks a worldwide Islamic caliphate ruled by Shariah, or Islamic law, and teaches followers to help establish an Islamic state wherever they live.

An usra is a small teaching group devised by Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna to indoctrinate his followers. Brotherhood leaders form weekly meetings to teach the Islamist group’s methods and ideology.

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Ikhwanweb website describes usra as the “smallest unit of MB structure which represents the practical area of MB spiritual education and Tarbiah (training).” (Continue Reading.)


walter said...

Islamist just LOVE "whataboutism" i.e. whatabout slavery in the US? Whatabout Muslims killed by US? Whatabout US treatment of the Native Americans? Whataboutism is more technically known the fallacy of tu quoque.

Radical Moderate said...

Here is a interesting video on what it is like to work in one of Allahs paradises on earth.

Hutzpa said...

When you read biography of Muhammad to understand: young Muhammad was orphan Jewish boy (circumcised and red hair).