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FTR #351 Mein Jihad, Part 3

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Supplementing previous broadcasts dealing with “Islamofascism,” this program further develops connections between the milieu of the Muslim Brotherhood and the milieu of Al Qaeda.

1. Beginning with discussion of Austrian fascist Jurg Haider’s reportedly imminent conversion to Islam, the broadcast reviews a little of Haider’s background, including his recent of support of Saddam Hussein. (“Life Change” [Avenue of the Americas]; Financial Times; 3/5/2002, p.15) It should be noted Hussein also has a fascist heritage, albeit a secular, not theocratic, one.

2. Haider’s alleged conversion was reported by his good friend, the son of Libyan dictator Mohammar Khadafy. (Idem.)

3. In that context, one should bear in mind that Khadafy’s intelligence service was assembled by former Gestapo chief Heinrich Mueller, the deadly, efficient security director for the Bormann organization. The economic and political component of a Third Reich gone underground, the Bormann organization controls corporate Germany and much of the rest of the world. The economic and political component of a Third Reich gone underground, created and run by Martin Bormann, the organizational genius who was the “the power behind the throne” in Nazi Germany, the Bormann organization controls corporate Germany and much of the rest of the world. The Bormann group is a primary element of the analysis presented in the For the Record programs.

4. The Mueller/Khadafy operation was described by Paul Manning:

“Mueller’s team established such an effective intelligence service for Nasser, known as the General Intelligence Service, that Colonel Qadhafi of Libya, then the new revolutionary leader of his country, asked Nasser to make the German team of advisors available to him also. This was done, and upon arrival the Germans started with a thorough housecleaning of the Libyan secret police hired by the previous ruler, King Idris. Today, Libyan intelligence agents are stationed in all Libyan African and overseas embassies and consulates, and they are tough and ruthless. Perhaps as a quid pro quo to this service to Libya, the Colonel granted the West German rocket company, Otrag, rights to a vast test range 600 miles south of Tripoli in 1980.”

(Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile; Paul Manning; Copyright 1981 [HC]; Lyle Stuart Inc.; ISBN 0-8184-0309-8; p. 212.)

5. Next, the program turns to the main topic of discussion, the Muslim Brotherhood, with a review of the Islamofascist ideology of the Brotherhood’s founder, Hassan al-Banna. (Dollars for Terror: The United States and Islam; by Richard Labeviere; Copyright 2000 [SC]; Algora Publishing; ISBN 1-892941-06-6; p. 126.)

6. Much of the Brotherhood’s philosophy is adapted from those of Mussolini and Hitler. (Ibid.; p. 127.)

7. The broadcast also reviews the Muslim Brotherhood and (alleged) Third Reich background of Yousseff Nada, whose Nada management (formerly Al Taqwa) is alleged by the U.S. to be a front for Al Qaeda. (Ibid.; pp. 140-141.)

8. Next, the program focuses on an Al Taqwa, Gulf office, that is an Italian-based Brotherhood organization. (Ibid.; p. 150.)

9. Gulf office was a focal point of the “Clean Hands” investigation in 1994. (Idem.) That investigation resulted in the indictment of former P-2 Lodge member and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.

10. In an attempt to relieve the ongoing pressure on him, Berlusconi has recently been interfering with the Italian judicial process. (“UN tells Berlusconi: Leave Courts Alone” by Phillip Willan; The Guardian; 1/25/2002.)

11. Nada is connected to Prince Alwaleed, who is a busineess partner of Berlusconi. (“The Alms of Monsieur Yousssef Nada” by Peter Gomes and Leo Sisti; Espresso; 11/22/2001; p. 48.)

12. The discussion then returns to Gulf Office, and its alleged connection to Islamic terror. (Dollars for Terror: The United States and Islam; pp. 150-151.)

13. As discussed in previous programs about Al Taqwa, wealthy Saudis (including the Bin Laden family) have been involved with funding Al Taqwa and the Muslim Brotherhood. In a recent trip to Saudi Arabia, Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill was emphatically conciliatory to the petrodollar milieu, to which both Georges Bush belong. (O’Neill Promises Caution in Citing Saudis” By James M. Dorsey; Wall Street Journal; 3/17/2002; p. A21.)

14. O’Neill was discussing the use of Islamic charities as fronts for Islamist terror. (Idem.) Evidence that they have been used in this capacity is considerable, and prominent Saudis have apparently been involved (including members of the Bin Mahfouz and Bin Laden families.) The Bin Mahfouz, Bin Laden and “Bin” Bush families have significant business connections. The Saudis (and the Bushes?) have been concerned that their business reputations may be damaged by “full disclosure.” It would seem from O’Neill’s comments that this will not be forthcoming any time soon.

15. The second side of the broadcast begins with discussion of Mercy International (also translated as Relief International), an Islamic charity, offshoot of Gulf Office, Al Taqwa and the Muslim Brotherhood. (Dollars for Terror: The United States and Islam; pp. 152-153.) Offices of this organization were recently shut down in both the U.S. and Bosnia-they are alleged to be involved with Al Qaeda.

16. The broadcast discusses the alleged support of the petroleum faction of U.S. intelligence in moving the headquarters of Mercy International to the United States. (Ibid.; p. 364.)

17. Next, the broadcast reviews the relocation of the Muslim Brotherhood to Germany, following their suppression by Nasser. Discussing the diaspora of the Brotherhood following its expulsion from Egypt, an analyst discussed the establishment of Munich as a primary base of operations.

“‘Why Munich, why Germany?’ I asked Rifaat Said. ‘Because there, one finds old complicities that go back to the late 1930’s, when the Muslim Brothers collaborated with the agents of Nazi Germany. . . By soaking up the savings of these Muslim workers, Yussef Nada, like Said Ramadan, took advantage of an extremely favorable context and used it as a springboard for the Muslim Brothers’ economic activities.'”

(Dollars for Terror: The United States and Islam; pp. 152-153.)

18. The broadcast sets forth the apparent relationship between Said Ramadan (head of the Muslim Brotherhood) and Saudi Arabia, a primary source of funding for the Brotherhood. (Idem.)

19. The program then highlights Ramadan’s relocation of the Brotherhood’s base of operations from Munich to Geneva, in order to merge its operations with those of the Algerian FLN. (Ibid.; p. 154.)

20. This was allegedly done in order to ally with the financial patron of the FLN, the influential Swiss Nazi Francois Genoud. (Idem.)

21. The broadcast then sets forth information about Genoud’s association with the FLN and his assumption of its chief financial operations. (Dreamer of the Day: Francis Parker Yockey and the Postwar Fascist International; by Kevin Coogan; Autonomedia; Copyright 1999 [SC]; ISBN 1-57027-039-2; pp. 585-6.)

22. Following part of the line of succession in the Brotherhood, the program then notes that the aforementioned Said Ramadan was the son-in-law of founder Hassan al-Banna, and that two of Ramadan’s sons were apparently involved with the Brotherhood. (Dollars for Terror: The United States and Islam; pp. 154-5.)

23. The program concludes with a look at an apparent divergence between the CIA’s attitude toward the Brotherhood and Saudi sponsorship of Islamism and that of the Pentagon. (Ibid.; pp. 157-158.)


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