Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Who is the Muslim Brotherhood?

Representative Sue Myrick (NC-9) came to Congress in 1995 after building a successful advertising and public relations business, and serving two terms as mayor of Charlotte, NC, the state’s largest city and commercial hub.  She is currently in her eighth term representing North Carolina's 9th district, which covers portions of Union, Mecklenburg, and Gaston Counties.

Sue serves as the Vice Chairman of the powerful Energy and Commerce Committee, which is the oldest legislative committee in the U.S. House of Representatives. It enjoys the broadest legislative responsibility of any House committee, including public health, telecommunications, energy, consumer protection, food and drug safety, air quality, environmental health, and interstate and foreign commerce. In addition, the jurisdiction extends over five Cabinet-level departments and seven independent agencies. Sue is a member of the Health subcommittee.

In 2009, Sue was selected by House Leadership to serve on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. The Intelligence Committee has jurisdiction over the Intelligence community, including intelligence-related activities of the CIA, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the National Security Agency, and other agencies of the Department of Defense (DOD), and the Departments of State, Justice, and Treasury.

Who is the Muslim Brotherhood? is a three-part video series presented by Republican Rep. Sue Myrick from the 9th CD in North Carolina.
Part 1: Unrest in Egypt: Who is the Muslim Brotherhood?
Egyptians are marching in the streets protesting their government. They feel it is corrupt and hasn't addressed their concerns over the poor economy and lack of jobs.

As the Egyptians protest, there is an underground movement by groups in Egypt who want to see the government crumble so that they can take power. One of these groups is the Muslim Brotherhood.

If the Muslim Brotherhood gains control in Egypt, it creates major foreign policy and security problems for American and our allies. Americans must be aware of this and begin to educate themselves. Some in the media are helping by asking the right questions - "Who Is The Muslim Brotherhood?"

Part 2: Who is the Muslim Brotherhood?
In the first video feature regarding the unrest in Egypt, Rep. Myrick provided you with basic information about the Muslim Brotherhood -- its founding principles, ideology and stated goals. Click the image below for the second video in the series that asks "Who Is the Muslim Brotherhood?" This feature examines the danger the Muslim Brotherhood poses to the United States based on evidence presented by the United States Department of Justice during the largest terrorism fundraising trial in United States history.
Part 3: Who is the Muslim Brotherhood?
In previous features, we covered the Muslim Brotherhood; their founders, structures, ideology and publicly stated goals. We also showed evidence provided by the US Department of Justice in the 2008 Holy Land Foundation terrorism fundraising trial, which documented the Muslim Brotherhood's use of nonprofit front organizations in the United States to advance their Islamist goals. In this feature we examine one of those groups - the Council on American Islamic Relations - CAIR.
America is indebted to patriots like Sue Myrick who have courageously challenged the public misconception of our sworn enemies and dared to tell the truth about the threat of the Muslim Brotherhood and the worldwide expansion of Islam. Read my previous posts on her excellent work.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

DOJ confirms status of CAIR as an unindicted co-conspirator of HAMAS


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