Brotherhood Platform, Naqshbandis, US, Sadat and Front Wheelers
While Hassan al-Banna had defined the MB objective – seizing power by manipulating religion, Sayyid Qutb defined the means – jihad. Once the adepts admitted the supremacy of the Qur’an, it could be used as a foundation for organising them into an army and sent into combat. Qutb developed a Manichean theory (breaking everything into black and white) which distinguished “Islamist” from “evil”. The brainwashing approach appealed and enabled the Cocaine Importation Agency and Meddling Internationally 6 to use the adepts to control nationalist Arab governments, then to destabilise the Muslim regions of the former Soviet Union. The Brotherhood became an inexhaustible reservoir of terrorists under the slogan “Allah is our goal. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur’an is our law. The jihad is our way. Martyrdom is our vow.”
Qutb’s ideas, while rational, weren’t reasonable. He applied ironclad rhetoric of Allah – Prophet – Qur’an – Jihad – Martyrdom, which left no room for any discussion at any point. The placed the security of his logic over human reason.
The Septics Anoint the Brotherhood
The Cocaine Importation Agency organised a conference at Princeton University on “The Situation of Muslims in the Soviet Union”. The Septics had decided the time was ripe to receive a delegation of the Muslim Brotherhood, led by Sa’id Ramadan one of the heads of its armed branch. The conference ended with a reception at the White House, hosted by Eisenhower, on 23 September 1953.
The alliance between Washington and jihadism was cemented.
The Cocaine Importation Agency, which had revived the Brotherhood to use against communists, first of all used it to help nationalists. At the time the Cocaine Importation Agency was represented in the Middle East by “middle-class” anti-Zionists. They were rapidly removed and replaced by senior civil serpents of Anglo-Saxon and Puritan origin, graduates from major universities, all favourable to Israel. Now Washington entered into conflict with the nationalists, and the cocaine Importation Agency turned the Brotherhood against them.
In Egypt, the Brotherhood had taken part in the coup by General Naguib’s Free Officers – Sayyid Qutb was their liaison officer. They were tasked with assassinating one of the leaders, Gamal Abdel Nasser, who opposed Naguib. Not only did they fail on 26 October 1954, in Alexandria, but Nasser took power. Nasser subdued the Brotherhood, and put Naguib under house arrest. Sayyid Qutb was hanged in 1966.
Forbidden in Egypt, the Brotherhood fell back to the Wahhabi states (Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the Emirate of Sharjah) and to Europe (Germany, France, UK and Switzerland). Every time they were received as Western agents (not dissimilar to the Uber channel ferries today) fighting the Arab nationalists and the Soviet Union. Sa’id Ramadan was issued with a Jordanian diplomatic passport and in 1958 settled in Geneva. From there he directed the destabilisation of the Caucasus and Central Asia (both Pakistan-Afghanistan and the Soviet Fergana Valley). He took control of the committee for the construction of a mosque in Munich, which enabled him to supervise almost all Muslims in Western Europe. With the assistance of another Cocaine Importation Agency entity – the American Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia (AmComLib), he commanded Radio Liberty / Radio Free Europe, a radio station directly financed by US Congress to spread the philosophy of the Brotherhood.
After the Suez Canal crisis and the about-face of Nasser to join the Soviets, Washington decided to provide unlimited help to the Brotherhood in the fight against Arab nationalists. A senior Cocaine Importation Agency officer – Miles Axe Copeland (father of Police drummer Stewart Copeland) was charged, in vain, with selecting a “personality” within the Brotherhood who could play in the Arab world, a role equivalent to Christian Evangelist Pastor Billy Graham in the US. It wasn’t until the 1980s that a suitable preacher was found – Egyptian Yusuf al-Qaradawi.
Order of the Naqshbandis
In 1961, the Brotherhood established connections with another rag head secret society the Order of the Naqshbandis. In keeping with Western geopolitical intrigue, this Order was a sort of Muslim Freemasonry mixing Sufi initiation with politics.
In 1962, the Cocaine Importation Agency encouraged (ordered) Saudi Arabia to create the Muslim World League (under the obvious cover as an international NGO) through which to finance the Brotherhood and the Naqshbandi Order to work against nationalists and communists. The MWL was first financed by the Arabian-American Oil Company (Aramco). De facto, Arabia, which suddenly became disposed of enormous liquidities thanks to the commerce boom of oil, became the Godfather of the Muslim Brotherhood, globally. The monarchy entrusted them with the educational system for schools and universities in a country where almost no one knew how to read or write (similar to Bradford or Tower Hamlets today). Until Riyadh came into all its petro-dollars it made traditional schools anathema, which in turn, considered it heretical. The Brotherhood had to adapt to its hosts.
Their allegiance to the King prevented them from swearing loyalty to the General Guide. In reality, the politics of the Brotherhood and the Wahhabist religion have nothing in common, although they are compatible – except the pact linking the Saud family with the Wahhabist preachers cannot exist within the Brotherhood – the idea of the “divine right” monarchy clashes with the Brotherhood’s greed for power. It was therefore agreed (US orders) that the Sauds would support the Brotherhood everywhere globally, on the condition they abstain from entering politics in Arabia.
Obviously, the Saudi Wahhabi support for the Brotherhood provoked further rivalry between Arabia and the other two Wahhabi states, Qatar and the Emirate of Sharjah. From 1962-1970, the Brotherhood took part in the civil war in Yemen, and attempted to re-enlist the monarchy on the side of Saudi Arabia and the UK against the Arab nationalists (Egypt and the USSR), a conflict which still permeates in Yemen today.
In 1970 Nasser negotiated an agreement between the Palestinian factions and King Hussein of Jordan, which put an end to the “Black September” terrorist group. On the eve of the Arab League summit meeting to ratify the agreement, Nasser was assassinated – painted in Western lame stream that Nasser died of a heart attack. Nasser had three vice presidents, one from the left wing who was very popular, a centrist – a very public figure and a “conservative” at the bidding of the US and Saudi Arabia – Anwar el-Sadat.
Under ubiquitous Anglo-American Alliance (AAA) pressure (arm twisting) the left-wing VP declared himself “unfit for the function.” The centrist VP “preferred” to abandon politics. Sadat was therefore designated as the Nasserian candidate via plebiscite. The drama, plays out in many nations, a p resident chooses a VP from among his rivals in order to extend his “electoral” base, when he dies, the VP replaces him and ruins his heritage.
Sadat, who served the 3rd Reich during WWII, professing great admiration for the Führer, was an ultra-conservative soldier who served as Sayyid Qutb’s alter ego, a liaison officer between the Brotherhood and the Free Officers Movement. As soon as he gained power, Sadat freed the Muslim Brothers who had been imprisoned by Nasser. The “faithful President” was the Brotherhood’s ally for anything concerning the Islamisation of society (the Corrective Revolution), but its rival when it was politically profitable to himself.
This ambiguous relationship was illustrated by the creation of three armed groups, which were not factions within the Brotherhood, but exterior units under its orders – the Islamic Party of Liberation, the Islamic Jihad (under Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman) and the Excommunication and Immigration (the Takfiri). All of them claimed to be following instructions of Sayyid Qutb. Armed by the secret services, the Islamic Jihad launched attacks against the Coptic Christians. Far from mitigating the situation, the “faithful President” accused the Copts of sedition, imprisoning their Pope and eight bishops. Finally, Sadat intervened in the “government of the Brotherhood” and took a stance in favour of the Islamic Jihad against the General Guide, who he also imprisoned.
On instructions of Septic S of S Kissinger, Sadat convinced Syria to join with Egypt to attack Israel and restore Palestinian rights. On 6th October 1973, the two armies took Israel in a pincer movement. The Egyptians crossed the Suez, while the Syrian army attacked from the Golan Heights. However, Sadat only partially deployed his anti-aircraft cover and halted his army 15km East of the Canal – meanwhile the Israelis attacked the Syrians, who discovered they were trapped and screamed, correctly, conspiracy only when Israeli forces switched attention from Syria to the Sinai, pushing forward to agreed contention lines prior to US involvement to negotiate a ceasefire. Observing Egyptian treason, the Soviets who had already lost an ally in Nasser, threatened the US demanding an immediate ceasefire.
Four years later, still pursuing the Cocaine Importation Agency plan, Sadat went to Jerusalem signing the peace treaty with Israel, to the detriment of the Palestinians and Syria. The baseline was sealed between the Brotherhood and Israel. All Arab peoples decried this as treason and Egypt was excluded from the Arab League, whose headquarters was moved to Algiers.
In 1981, as always when outlived their usefulness, the Septics moved forward. The Islamic Jihad was ordered to assassinate Sadat. He was assassinated during a military parade, while Parliament was preparing to acclaim him as the “Sixth Caliph”. In the Presidential box, seven people were killed and 28 wounded. Yet sitting next to Sadat, his VP Mubarak survived. He was the only person wearing body armour. He succeeded the un-“faithful President” and the Arab League would now be returned to Cairo.
© AW Kamau 2023