Sunday, March 29, 2020

Leftists Mourn Radical Sheik Who Wanted To KILL Americans

Despite FBI evidence presented in federal court, leaders of Islamic groups in the United States such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations have denied they are connected to the Muslim Brotherhood, the supremacist movement that seeks to create a global Islamic state.

But CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad is among the U.S.-based leaders publicly mourning the death Friday of a former chief spiritual guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Akef, reports the Investigative Project on Terrorism.

Akef died in prison in Egypt.

Awad, writing on Twitter in Arabic, said: “What kind of tyrannical regime would imprison a sick 90 years old man?” Who resisted the colonizer, and raised generations on righteousness and the love of their country? #Mahdi_Akef, consider not Allah to be oblivious.”


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