The writer is executive director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism News.

The writer is executive director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism News.

Then, the Holy Land Foundation President Shukri Abu Baker said the Council on American-Islamic Relations founder Omar Ahmad: "War is deception. We are fighting our enemy with a kind heart and we never think it's deceptive. War is deception. Deceptive, camouflage, pretend that pretending that you leave when you're walking like that ... Deceiving your enemies. "
With no obvious reason why I'm posting this *, for a regulation that is not clear why the law disappears, but the timing is very suspicious, they disappear within a few days sekaitan with the disappearance of Mubarak.

    
The Muslim Brotherhood seems to be trying to preserve the recent glossy image as a moderate party dedicated to maintaining Egypt's modern, secular and fair. (Something unusual for the Islamic Salaf on the word "secular?"

    
In accordance with the internal strategy clearly, Brethren have removed the regulations that explicitly worded English-language from his site. The bylaws are still available through the archive version of a Web page. Household budget has long been a source of discussion and debate on the Internet because the group's stated intention to create an Islamic state, uniting Muslims around the world, while "building a new foundation of human civilization."

    
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Selected sections read as follows: "E - The need to work on the establishment of the Islamic State, which seeks to effectively implement the provisions of Islam and its teachings.

    
"Defending the nation against internal enemies, try to present the true teachings of Islam and communicate ideas to the world.

    
"G - sincere support for global cooperation in accordance with the provisions of Islamic Sharia, which will protect personal rights, freedom of speech for active and constructive participation to build a new base of human civilization as a whole which is guaranteed by the teachings of Islam."

    
Calling the brave and unambiguous to rebuild the Khalifa of Islam has surprised many, and has fueled distrust for true intentions, although his face as the public.

    
It is unclear why the law disappears, but the timing is very suspicious. In January 2010, it was reported that the Brotherhood was considering changing them. No changes appear to have been made in the past year. But now, with a genuine opportunity to appear on the ballot Egypt, they disappeared from public view in a few days the overthrow of President Hosni Mubara
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 In the Arabic-language site groups, however, the rules remain posted. Press reports of the role of the Brotherhood during the rebellion describe a group committed to presenting the most interesting for the world to see. While the organization is not a monolith, the old guard who remain entrenched in power. And the voices are still advocating the Islamization of society.

    
For example, in a sermon last September, General Guide Mohamed Badie said the Muslims are obliged to make the Koran the law of Egypt.

    
Likewise, another senior member, Kamal Helbawy, told an Iranian news agency on Sunday that the Islamic Republic deserves credit for fostering Islamic unity. Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a role model for Muslims, he said, "the bravest people in the Muslim world." (A per-new friendships)

    
In an episode of the PBS Frontline series this week, a young Brotherhood leader seen advising a fellow Brother enthusiastically participated in the protest to save the Quran in his hand, and to weaken the religious rhetoric: "Do not hold up the Koran," said the leader of the Brotherhood. "We should hold the flag of Egypt. Open ... but not for the media."

    
This theme is echoed in a January 31 story appeared in the Los Angeles Times, where two members of the Brotherhood has been the exchange as follows: "'fear is broken," cried Mohammed Bahaa. "We want freedom."

    
"And Islam," said his friend. "We need to Islam."

    
'Yes,' said Mohammed, hushing the young. 'Freedom But first and will of the people.' "

    
This is not the first time Brotherhood members acknowledged the need to hide the agenda of the entire group with a more friendly face. Speaking personally, but under the supervision of the FBI, an activist in the American branch of the Muslim Brotherhood discussed the need to call the fraud in the wake of the US-peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine in 1993.

    
The problem with the Oslo Accords are not in the details, the Muslim Brotherhood Palestine Committee members agreed at the meeting of the long weekend in Philadelphia. Instead, the agreement empowered the secular Fatah movement at the expense of the Islamic movement Hamas, a branch of the Brotherhood. And the deal led to acceptance of Israel, who oppose the group.

    
The problem, they agree, is that they can not just come out and say so.

    
Then, the Holy Land Foundation President Shukri Abu Baker said the Council on American-Islamic Relations founder Omar Ahmad: "War is deception. We are fighting our enemy with a kind heart and we never think it's deceptive. War is deception. Deceptive, camouflage, pretend that pretending that you leave when you're walking like that ... Deceiving your enemies. "

    
Ahmad, in response to another question the speaker, said, "We have always demanded the 1948" before there was Israel.


    "Yes," replied the speaker. "But we do not say that publicly. You can not say that publicly, in front of America."

    
"No," said Ahmad, "We're not saying that for America.".....to be

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