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May 15, 2014 1

Conference In Qatar Features Anti-Semitism and Pro-Terror Messages

The Inter­na­tional Union of Mus­lim Schol­ars (IUMS) held a con­fer­ence ear­lier this week in the Qatari cap­i­tal of Doha called “Al-Quds [Jerusalem] and Al-Aqsa: Between Con­spir­acy and Con­fronta­tion.” The day­long con­fer­ence, which took place on Sun­day, May 11, fea­tured speeches by the direc­tor of Hamas’s for­eign rela­tions depart­ment, Osama Ham­dan, who is based in Lebanon, and by rad­i­cal cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi.qatar 2014 conference Al Aqsa

In his speech, Qaradawi reit­er­ated his past anti-Semitic remarks glo­ri­fy­ing the killing of Jews as part of the Islamic tradition.

Accord­ing to the IUMS web­site: “He [Qaradawi] deliv­ered the good news of Mus­lims’ vic­tory over Jews with evi­dence from the Qur’an and Sun­nah includ­ing the say­ing of the Prophet, peace be upon him, ‘The last hour would not come unless you fight the Jews and the stone, with a Jew behind it, would say: oh Mus­lim, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him.’”

Qaradawi also reit­er­ated his oppo­si­tion to Abdel Fat­tah Al-Sisi, the for­mer gen­eral who is poised to be elected as Egypt’s next pres­i­dent fol­low­ing elec­tions that will be held later this month. Qaradawi accused Al-Sisi – who led a coup against The Mus­lim Broth­er­hood–affil­i­ated pres­i­dent last year – of being the choice of the Jews. Accord­ing to IUMS’s web­site, Qaradawi also noted the “hap­pi­ness of the Jews” with the Egypt­ian pres­i­den­tial can­di­date Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi. He stated, “the Jews con­sider him their Sisi and not our Sisi.”

For his part, Ham­dan used the plat­form to pro­mote the use of vio­lence against Israel and deny Israel’s right to exist, say­ing “Time has come to encour­age Arabs and Mus­lims to fight for the lib­er­a­tion of Pales­tine because rights can’t return with­out force.”

Ham­dan also said, “It’s shame­ful to for­get what was occu­pied in 1948, which is the major­ity of the land of Pales­tine,” and expressed hope that the rec­on­cil­i­a­tion between Hamas and Fatah would lead to a “recon­sid­er­a­tion of the lib­er­a­tion project.”

IUMS is led by Qaradawi and is par­tially spon­sored by the Qatari gov­ern­ment. Qatar’s repeated pro­vi­sion of a plat­form for events marked by anti-Semitism and sup­port for ter­ror­ism calls into ques­tion the country’s claims to be a mod­er­ate and rea­son­able voice in the region. The con­fer­ence is also an exam­ple of the per­va­sive anti-Semitism that exists in the Mid­dle East and North Africa.

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December 24, 2013 0

Muslim Brotherhood Rabaa TV Starts Broadcasting From Istanbul

The Egypt­ian Mus­lim Broth­er­hood launched a new tele­vi­sion sta­tion on Decem­ber 20, 2013, in Istan­bul, Turkey. The new sta­tion, Rabaa TV, will broad­cast news about the Mus­lim world in Ara­bic and claims it will be a “plat­form for freedom.”

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Rabaa TV logo

To kick off the net­work, Sheik Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the rad­i­cal Mus­lim Broth­er­hood ide­o­logue and out­spo­ken sup­porter of ter­ror­ist groups, made an appear­ance on the station’s inau­gural broad­cast. Qaradawi, has been vocally opposed to the mil­i­tary takeover of Egypt in July, call­ing the inci­dent a “coup that raped the office of the Egypt­ian president.”   

The network’s name, Rabaa, refers to the name of the Cairo mosque where pro-Brotherhood demon­stra­tors were faced with vio­lence by secu­rity forces after weeks of protests. Turk­ish Prime Min­is­ter Recep Tayyip Erdo­gan, who wel­comed the Brotherhood’s ascen­sion to power fol­low­ing the 2011 rev­o­lu­tion, has been out­spo­ken in his sup­port for for­mer Broth­er­hood leader, Mohamed Morsi.

The com­ing days will tell if the chan­nel will embrace pre­vi­ous anti-Semitic nar­ra­tives fea­tured in other Mus­lim Broth­er­hood media outlets.

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October 24, 2013 2

Egyptian Conspiracy Reveals The Jews’ Latest Weapon: Pepsi

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Okasha’s inter­pre­ta­tion of the Pepsi ad in Cairo

The lat­est con­spir­acy the­ory com­ing out of Egypt sug­gests that Pepsi is owned by Jews and that the com­pany is some­how being used to infil­trate the coun­try. Accord­ing to the con­spir­acy the­ory, Pepsi is an acronym for “Pay Every Pound for the Secu­rity of Israel.”

The absurd con­spir­acy the­ory recently sur­faced on the Egypt­ian tele­vi­sion talk show, Egypt Today. The program’s host, Taw­fik Okasha, who is known for his oppo­si­tion to the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood, said:

What is the cor­po­ra­tion of Pepsi? It is one of the largest and most impor­tant cor­po­ra­tions owned by the Jew­ish Zion­ists… the Torah of Ezra tells them [the Jews] you can’t enter heaven before you rule Egypt.

Okasha then men­tioned a recent Pepsi ad cam­paign geared toward foot­ball fans in the streets of Cairo, say­ing that the ad is proof that Israel and the Jews are try­ing to infil­trate Egypt.

Okasha elab­o­rated on this idea yes­ter­day on his Twit­ter account, where he posted a photo of the Pepsi ad with cir­cles around the jer­sey num­bers of the foot­ball play­ers. The num­bers, accord­ing to Okasha, rep­re­sent a coded mes­sage indi­cat­ing when the Jews will bring back the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood to rule Egypt.

Accord­ing to Okasha, “The motto of Pepsi cor­po­ra­tion is Pay for Israel and its own­ers are Jews who sup­port the Mus­lim Brotherhood…anyone who wouldn’t under­stand the [below] ad is stupid!!”

No con­spir­acy seems too ludi­crous for those who seek to blame Egypt’s prob­lems on the Jews.

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