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PostSubject: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:21 am

ISIS are based in Mosul, this is considered an ISIS stronghold.

Mosul is actually the more recent expansion of the town built on the opposite bank of Tigris, that town is called Nineveh, the home of Ishtar and Nimrod.

Nineveh is actually contained within present-day Mosul.

Ishtar is also known as ISIS by the ancient Egyptians. Nimrod of course is also a Masonic hero:

 
There is a direct connection between Freemasonry and the ancient Babylonian mystery religion from which the ancient pagan religions of Egypt, Persia, Greece and Rome eventually developed. It all goes back to a man named Nimrod who the Freemasons view as the true originator of their Order. Nimrod was a great Mesopotamian king who founded the city of Babylon and established the first great empire after Noah's flood. He is also traditionally associated with the Tower of Babel. According to tradition, Nimrod sought to turn men away from God by setting up a tyrannical government and setting up a new religion. In fact, the new religion centered around Nimrod and his wife Semiramis eventually evolved into Baal worship from which all the pagan religions of the Middle East and Europe later developed. Not only that, according to the Encyclopedia of Freemasonry: The legend of the Craft in the Old Constitutions, Nimrod is one of the founders of Masonry.

In fact initiates in at least some forms of Freemasonry are still required to take the "Oath of Nimrod" even today. The Spring 2006 issue of Freemasonry Today (a Masonic publication) tells us that the Oath of Nimrod is part of the initiation process for the "indentured apprentice".....

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The candidate is led into the Lodge by the Deacons, and after prayer, is investigated prior to taking the initiatory oath called the ‘Oath of Nimrod’. Nimrod, of course, the grandson of Noah, is mentioned in the ‘Old Charges’ as a teacher of the masonic craft and the architect of many great cities in Mesopotamia. The working tools are explained, the Ancient Charges (c.1663) and modes of recognition are communicated, and a pale blue cord is placed around his neck. The ceremony of closing the Assemblage is completed with prayer and a ‘seven-fold salute’ to The Most High.

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In his book entitled "The Arcana Of Freemasonry", Freemason scholar Albert Churchwood traces the origins and development of Freemasonry from ancient Egypt to the present day. In the book Churchwood actually includes the text of the "Oath of Nimrod" which new initiates must take.....
- See more at: http://futurestorm.blogspot.com/2009....MmVSdM7O.dpuf
http://futurestorm.blogspot.com/2009...d-masonic.html

 
Nineveh was one of the oldest and greatest cities in antiquity. The area was settled as early as 6000 BC and, by 3000 BC, had become an important religious center for worship of the Assyrian goddess Ishtar. The early city (and subsequent buildings) were constructed on a fault line and, consequently, suffered damage from a number of earthquakes. One such event destroyed the first temple of Ishtar, which was then rebuilt in 2260 BC by the Akkadian king Manishtusu.
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Noah had three sons, Ham, Shem, and Japheth. Ham had a son by the name of Cush, and Cush's son was called Nimrod, and was known as the "mighty hunter." Freemasonic myth declares that the gnosis received by Adam after eating from the forbidden Tree of Knowledge was transmitted to his son Seth. Nimrod, the eldest son of Cush and the great-grandson of Noah also received this wisdom. Nimrod (literally, in Hebrew, "Harad," "we will rebel" or "let us rebel") was the legendary biblical figure, described as "the first on earth to be a mighty man. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord" (Gen. 10:8–12). Genesis states that his kingdom was Babel, Erech, and Akkad in the land of Shinar, and that he built Nineveh, Calah (modern Nimrud), Rehoboth-Ir, and Resen. In Micah 5:5 the "land of Nimrod" is a synonym for Assyria. Nimrod and the Mesopotamian epic hero Gilgamesh have been identified as the same personality by some authors aware of the mytho-poetic nature of both. Others claim that Nimrod's name is a distortion of Ninurta the Mesopotamian who was a great hunter and warrior, a culture hero who in some texts is called the ruler of the universe.

Tower of Babel in Freemasonic myth. Not only was Nimrod the founder of the Babylonian monarchy, he was also the Grand Master of all Freemasons and the builder of many wondrous cities in the land of Shinar. He was also the demonic genius behind the Tower of Babel, a tower that would reach to Heaven: which was the first co-ordinated assault on Heaven by the incipient five thousand year old Luciferian Conspiracy for World Government inspired by Organised Evil. God confounded this attempt at World Empire by confusing the common language so people could not understand each other, causing the creation of different races and inter racial tensions and rivalries. The newly created races were eventually scattered over the face of the Earth.
http://www.overlordsofchaos.com/html/freemasonry_.html
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PostSubject: Re: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:21 am

So basically we have Freemasonic Babylonian mystery ritual.... 

I will investigate how Mosul became a stronghold for these eejits.

I am intrigued by the University of Mosul in 1967 and how such a internationally renowned seat of learning has apparently found itself in the midst of fanatacism. Surely a University influences the society around it and gives its students a certain world-view. Was something being taught, or was something 'done' to people to help them foment the present situation in Mosul?

Maybe ISIS are all glorified media graduates or something. Who underwent 'extra' training. The University also has a school of Political Science. One wonders whether the university's training extended to actually teaching students how to take over the government.

And I wonder what part the small minorities in the area play. There are small settlements of Jews, Yazidis and Mandeans. The Mandeans in particular are known as the Christians of Saint John. This is the same Saint John which the Freemasons revere and there is a possibility that this ancient group helped cocreate the Knights Templar. Prester John he was known as.

This same John is the Apostle John which the gnostic Christian of Saint John revere and it is this same John which was the John of Jimmy Savile's shiny gold star from the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta.
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PostSubject: Re: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:22 am

Sufi-Masonic alliance?

http://larouchepac.com/node/31074

 
British Controlled Freemasonic-like Order is Behind ISIS Success in Iraq
June 17, 2014 • 1:44PM
When Mosul was under attack last week, the defending Iraqi troops received orders from their commanders to shed their uniforms and hand over their weapons to the attackers. The same thing is reported when Tikrit was attacked later. And an old Saddam Hussein-Ba'athist was appointed governor of Mosul after ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria) supposedly took it.

Moreover, veteran U.S. military intelligence official Pat Lang has pointed on his website to the skilled maneuvers of the ISIS army in Iraq, and attributed them to some of the experienced Ba'athist generals who served under Saddam Hussein. In the first rank, he attributes them to Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, formerly Saddam's Vice-President and his close companion from at least the early 1960s, who is now the head of the "Army of the Men of the Naqshbandi Order," or in Arabic, Jaish Rijal Al-Tariqah Al-Naqshbandia or JRTN.

The Naqshbandi Order is a Sufi Order connected to dervishism, of which more later. Among Iraqi Arabs, it was a sort of freemasonry which collaborated with the British colonialists.

One well-informed writer on JRTN is Alaa al-Lami, who writes for Al-Akhbar in Lebanon. On June 14, he wrote:
"What happened in Mosul was a special kind of military coup that the faction led by Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri had been working on silently, patiently, and cunningly for a long time, until it finally managed to plant a complex and formidable network of former officers who had been excluded during the de-Ba'athification from the military, in favor of more favored officers according to the sectarian quota system, especially in the provinces of Nineveh and Salah al-Din. ISIS was used as a husk in which their move was embedded, in order to terrorize their opponents, as part of a cynical nihilistic alliance."
Another such expert is Michael Knights, a British fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP). Exactly three years ago, Knights wrote "The JRTN Movement and Iraq's Next Insurgency." There he said:

"When JRTN formally announced its establishment after Saddam Hussein's execution on December 30, 2006, the movement was initially a subject of curiosity because of its apparent connection to the Naqshbandi order of Sufi Islam. In fact, JRTN's adoption of Naqshbandi motifs reflected patronage networks that coalesced during Saddam's rule. In northern Iraq, the Naqshbandi order had many adherents, both Arab and Kurdish, but the most politically significant strand of the movement were Arabs who pragmatically collaborated with the Ottoman Empire, the British Mandate and later the various Iraqi governments. According to Iraqi expert Professor Amatzia Baram, this Arab strand of Iraq's Naqshbandis used the movement as a political and business fellowship—perhaps similar to freemasonry—to advance their joint interests."
It is of interest that the British authors of the two Chechen wars of 20th-century Russia, such as Alexander Bennigsen, also looked to the Naqshbandi order, along with other Sufi orders, as tools to bring them about.

After the killing of Saddam in 2006, al-Douri began to split the New Ba'ath Party. His faction, JRTN a/k/a HCJL,
"blended Iraqi nationalism, protection of the Sunna (Iraq's Sunni Arabs), and orthodox Islamic themes.... Estimates concerning the size of JRTN range from 1,500 to 5,000 members, but these figures do little to improve understanding of the concentric circles of involvement in such a movement. According to multiple accounts, JRTN appears to have a small core of permanent members by design; outside of a compact national leadership, the only card-carrying members appear to be a cadre of facilitators, financiers, intelligence officers and trainers."
- There's Violence, and Then, There's Violence -
Note the prominence of Operational Security.
"JRTN prefers to use former members of the elite military units such as the Special Republican Guard or Republican Guard as operational affiliates. Candidates are identified by personal recommendations, and vetting is undertaken through former regime networks. Training programs are used to refresh military skills and discipline, including extended '90-day' courses where recruits are subjected to physical abuse by former warrant officers.
"JRTN also appears to fully outsource some commissioned attacks to existing insurgent movements. In some cases, these are the remnants of formerly significant insurgent groups like Jaysh al-Islami, Hamas al-Iraq, Ansar al-Sunna and Jaysh Muhammad. The foot soldiers of these movements are often not informed by their leaders that JRTN contracted their services. Some facilitators used by JRTN have operated with Ansar al-Sunna or AQI previously. This tactical co-mingling of groups is noted in numerous accounts. JRTN appears to employ AQI [now called ISIS or ISIL] to undertake deniable attacks on Iraqis, particularly civilian targets."
JRTN's stated policy of only attacking the occupiers, and not the local population, made it one of the least "interfered with" terrorist groupings, Knights wrote, and earned it sympathetic treatment by some parts of the Iraqi security forces and judiciary. But the reality is that its attacks on other Iraqis have simply been farmed out to the jihadi groups.

In a 2010 paper, "The Next Insurgency: Ba'athists and Salafis Pool Resources To Fight Iraqi Government," Knights wrote,
"The kind of violence that matters — the targeted terror that changes the minds of many more people than are directly maimed — is on the increase. And the carefully parsed use of terror and intimidation for organizational profit — so different from the restless and self-defeating violence of Al-Qaida in Iraq [AQI, now ISIS/ISIL] — is deeply reminiscent of the Ba'ath Party.... Sunni insurgent movements have largely moved away from the use of vehicle bombs against civilian targets to collectively punish and intimidate Sunni communities. Instead, such groups are attempting to rebuild operational sanctuaries and recruitment areas using more selective tools such as 'night letters' (warnings), assassination and bribery targeted on key community leaders and security force members."
In Knights' account, JRTN seems to have plenty of money,— enough to put many cooperative police and military officials on its own payroll, so that they proverbially receive "two paychecks" instead of one. It also has the money to hire ISIS and other groups to conduct bombings and murders on behalf of JRTN. And all this without extorting protection money from stores and businesses as the other groups do. Some say it comes from Jordanian intelligence, which is another way of saying it comes from London.

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PostSubject: Re: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:22 am

This group of militant guerrilla Sufis is one of the allies of ISIS.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_of...qshbandi_Order
 


JRTN has called for the unification of insurgent groups in order to fight against Coalition forces, and has in turn worked with several anti-Coalition groups. JRTN often facilitates money, weapons, information, and safe-houses for other groups, such as Ansar al-Sunna, the Islamic Army of Iraq, 1920 Revolutionary Brigade, and the Islamic State of Iraq. JRTN then in turn often acts as a public face for these groups, with other insurgent groups giving JRTN videotapes of attacks to be placed on the Internet and TV. Although initially founded as a reaction against Sunni fundamentalist groups such as al-Qaeda, which consider Sufi groups transgressors, there has been an instance of cooperation between JRTN and such groups, including al-Qaeda in Iraq.[8]
Sufi and Salafist al-Qaeda members fought together in 2004 during the battle for Fallujah under the leadership of Sheikh Abdullah al-Janabi, a Sufi.[8] After Fallujah, al-Qaeda's relationship with Sufis became more hostile, antagonizing Sufis and their sacred places, desecrating tombs of Sufi saints. As such, the relationship between the two groups is now unclear. According to the Brookings Institute, in May 2011, Iraqi Sunni Arabs have been increasingly supportive of JRTN, providing the group with money. JRTN however often sub-contracts to the ISI, funneling money to them due to their greater operational capabilities.[13] JRTN uses ISI to carry out car bombings on political opponents as well as on Iraqi Security Forces.[13] Direct ISI responsibility also allows the JRTN to deny responsibility for deaths, deaths which AQI is happy to take credit for. In addition, contact has been reported between JRTN and Al Qaeda, as according to US Brigade General Craig Nixon, "Al Qaeda's power may be on the wane, after inflicting so many civilian casualties. But the Sufi-inspired order can present itself as a more indigenous resistance."[8]
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PostSubject: Re: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:23 am

What's with all the Sufis?
 
But according to Nujaifi, most of the eastern half of Mosul is now dominated by the Naqshbandi Army, a group led by high-ranking Saddam-era Ba'athists including Izzat al-Douri, the king of clubs in the US deck of "wanted Iraqi" playing cards. Naqshbandi militants had taken down Isis flags from "a lot of buildings" and replaced them with their own, he said. Other sources inside Mosul confirmed that Isis fighters began to withdraw from the city about a week ago.

The lightning Isis offensive, which swept Iraqi government forces from swaths of the country's north, is thought to have been partially enabled by an alliance with the Naqshbandi group - known in full as the Army of the Men of the Naqshbandi Order which emerged around 2007. The group is believed to be under the control of Douri, the most senior of Saddam's commanders to evade capture after the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq. His whereabouts is unknown, though many think he is in Syria.

"They [the Naqshbandi group] have a direct relationship with al-Douri," the governor said. "It's a Sufi group. Al-Douri is himself a Sufi."

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PostSubject: Re: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:23 am

Turkey balls-deep in sending trained foreign Jihadist mercenaries to destabilise the middle-east.

The 'Turkish' backing angle for ISIS gains strength.

http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/...a-9256551.html

 
The US's Secretary of State John Kerry and its UN ambassador, Samantha Power have been pushing for more assistance to be given to the Syrian rebels. This is despite strong evidence that the Syrian armed opposition are, more than ever, dominated by jihadi fighters similar in their beliefs and methods to al-Qa'ida. The recent attack by rebel forces around Latakia, northern Syria, which initially had a measure of success, was led by Chechen and Moroccan jihadis.
America has done its best to keep secret its role in supplying the Syrian armed opposition, operating through proxies and front companies. It is this which makes Seymour Hersh's article "The Red Line and The Rat Line: Obama, Erdogan and the Syrian rebels" published last week in the London Review of Books, so interesting.

Attention has focussed on whether the Syrian jihadi group, Jabhat al-Nusra, aided by Turkish intelligence, could have been behind the sarin gas attacks in Damascus last 21 August, in an attempt to provoke the US into full-scale military intervention to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad. "We now know it was a covert action planned by [Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip] Erdogan's people to push Obama over the red line," a former senior US intelligence officer is quoted as saying.

Critics vehemently respond that all the evidence points to the Syrian government launching the chemical attack and that even with Turkish assistance, Jabhat al-Nusra did not have the capacity to use sarin.

A second and little-regarded theme of Hersh's article is what the CIA called the rat line, the supply chain for the Syrian rebels overseen by the US in covert cooperation with Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. The information about this comes from a highly classified and hitherto secret annex to the report by the US Senate Intelligence Committee on the attack by Libyan militiamen on the US consulate in Benghazi on 11 September 2012 in which US ambassador Christopher Stevens was killed. The annex deals with an operation in which the CIA, in cooperation with MI6, arranged the dispatch of arms from Mu'ammer Gaddafi's arsenals to Turkey and then across the 500-mile long Turkish southern frontier with Syria. The annex refers to an agreement reached in early 2012 between Obama and Erdogan with Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar supplying funding. Front companies, purporting to be Australian, were set up, employing former US soldiers who were in charge of obtaining and transporting the weapons. According to Hersh, the MI6 presence enabled the CIA to avoid reporting the operation to Congress, as required by law, since it could be presented as a liaison mission.


The US involvement in the rat line ended unhappily when its consulate was stormed by Libyan militiamen. The US diplomatic presence in Benghazi had been dwarfed by that of the CIA and, when US personnel were airlifted out of the city in the aftermath of the attack, only seven were reportedly from the State Department and 23 were CIA officers. The disaster in Benghazi, which soon ballooned into a political battle between Republicans and Democrats in Washington, severely loosened US control of what arms were going to which rebel movements in Syria.

This happened at the moment when Assad's forces were starting to gain the upper hand and al-Qa'ida-type groups were becoming the cutting edge of the rebel military.

The failure of the rebels to win in 2012 left their foreign backers with a problem. At the time of the fall of Gaddafi they had all become over-confident, demanding the removal of Assad when he still held all Syria's 14 provincial capitals. "They were too far up the tree to get down," according to one observer. To accept anything other than the departure of Assad would have looked like a humiliating defeat.

Saudi Arabia and Qatar went on supplying money while Sunni states turned a blind eye to the recruitment of jihadis and to preachers stirring up sectarian hatred against the Shia. But for Turkey the situation was worse. Efforts to project its power were faltering and all its chosen proxies – from Egypt to Iraq – were in trouble. It was evident that al-Qa'ida-type fighters, including Jahat al-Nusra, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis) and Ahrar al-Sham were highly dependent on Turkish border crossings for supplies, recruits and the ability to reach safety. The heaviest intra-rebel battles were for control of these crossings. Turkey's military intelligence, MIT, and the paramilitary Gendarmerie played a growing role in directing and training jihadis and Jabhat al-Nusra in particular.

The Hersh article alleges that the MIT went further and instructed Jabhat al-Nusra on how to stage a sarin gas attack in Damascus that would cross Obama's red line and lead to the US launching an all-out air attack. Vehement arguments rage over whether this happened. That a senior US intelligence officer is quoted by America's leading investigative journalist as believing that it did, is already damaging Turkey.

Part of the US intelligence community is deeply suspicious of Erdogan's actions in Syria. It may also be starting to strike home in the US and Europe that aid to the armed rebellion in Syria means destabilising Iraq. When Isis brings suicide bombers from across the Turkish border into Syria it can as easily direct them to Baghdad as Aleppo.

The Pentagon is much more cautious than the State Department about the risks of putting greater military pressure on Assad, seeing it as the first step in a military entanglement along the lines of Iraq and Afghanistan. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Martin Dempsey and Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel are the main opponents of a greater US military role. Both sides in the US have agreed to a programme under which 600 Syrian rebels would be trained every month and jihadis would be weeded out. A problem here is that the secular moderate faction of committed Syrian opposition fighters does not really exist. As always, there is a dispute over what weapons should be supplied, with the rebels, Saudis and Qataris insisting that portable anti-aircraft missiles would make all the difference. This is largely fantasy, the main problem being that the rebel military forces are fragmented into hundreds of war bands.

It is curious that the US military has been so much quicker to learn the lessons of Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya than civilians like Kerry and Power. The killing of Ambassador Stevens shows what happens when the US gets even peripherally involved in a violent, messy crisis like Syria where it does not control many of the players or much of the field.

Meanwhile, a telling argument against Turkey having orchestrated the sarin gas attacks in Damascus is that to do so would have required a level of competence out of keeping with its shambolic interventions in Syria over the past three years.

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PostSubject: Re: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Thu Jan 29, 2015 7:30 pm

Have you seen this yet about ISIS (notice the reference to prostitutes and how these ISIS 'sodiers' were basically street thugs who consort with whores: ie not Muslims.)





As for recruiting for 'ISIS' It's basically the same as what  Hasan Ibn Sabah and the Hashashin used to do to young people.  Get them drunk and high with opium, tell them they've gone to heaven, give them women to sleep with (funnily a porn video recently surfaced on the net with a young Arab guy with a big Jihadi beard and a plump white girl, I bet this was his 'gift' for joining Isis, a big chunky white girl, and they filmed it of course for their records.. how it ended up on a porn website god alone knows but I'm pretty sure it wasn't supposed to be there).

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PostSubject: Re: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Tue Dec 08, 2015 1:43 am

 A foreign power has turned up in these countries and searched for all the schizophrenics it can find, and given them money, sex and drugs. Imagine if some foreign power turned up in the UK and trawled around to find all the schizos it could find and put them to work killing people while filming it all...... It would hardly be fair to say that these people represented British culture and values. Also the number of people involved are incredibly small... The way they talk of ISIS it's like they're a nation or something.......you know how many Isis recruited from UK? 750. From Morocco, around 1,000. 500 from Egypt. These numbers are TINY. The whole thing is a media production with a tiny cast which is being blown out of proportion....... it's really a sick joke. When the RAF went out there a year ago they couldn't find any ISIS targets.... that's because they scarcely really even exist and likely most of the actual warfare is carried out by British and US secret operations.... So fake...so much BULLSHIT. It's like a bullshit movie. They only need to a handful of nutters to grab some guy and chop his head off..... and we're already on the edge of World War 3...... When it all started I could sense the media just pushing and pushing and pushing this shit....... It might as well be a movie directed by Speilberg. Believe me, I've been in the Muslim world for ages and I've seen NOWT of this ISIS Bullshit.....We only believe it's real because the media tell us it is.


You only need a tiny number of ruthless and dedicated people to create terror in a country. A couple of people setting off a bomb or chopping someone's head off is enough to scare ths shit out of the whole town I would have thought....Also they are unlikely to advertise their presence openly but quietly lurk as an unseen perpetual threat..... Just think of the Masons...... we outnumber then 100 to 1 but they still run the country..... By far the vast majority seem to come from Tunisia with about 5,000 ISIS fighters, followed by Saudi Arabia Russia and France...... I have to wonder what had been going on in Tunisia prior to this and which foreign powers have been involving themselves in Tunisian affairs...... more research needed.


Origin of Tunisian ISIS appears to be in Tunisia Marxist flavoured political party Ennahda Movement inspired by the infamous Sayidd Qutb, Kharijite freemason and founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, who was likely also a CIA agent recruited while studying in the US. http://www.conspiracyschool.com/node/267


http://www.ikhwanis.com/articles/fkwuwpd-the-baatinee-movements-secret-organizations-freemasonry-al-ikhwaan-al-qaidah-and-isis-part-5.cfm


.....SUFIS. These are the people who seem to be at the bottom of the local Islamic terror groups and ISIS, and of course, since they are an occult order they are also connected to Freemasonry.


Sayidd Qutb founder of Muslim Brotherhood. Observe about the word Qutb : "In Sufism, a Qutb is the perfect human being, al-insān al-kāmil (The Universal Man), who leads the saintly hierarchy.[3] The Qutb is the Sufi spiritual leader that has a divine connection with God and passes knowledge on which makes him central to, or the axis of, Sufism, but he is unknown to the world.[4] There is only one Qutb per era and he is an infallible and trusted spiritual leader. He is only revealed to a select group of mystics because there is a "human need for direct knowledge of God".[5]" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qutb

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PostSubject: Re: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Thu Dec 24, 2015 5:47 pm




ISIS = Israeli Secret Intelligence Service.

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PostSubject: Re: Investigations into ISIS/ISIL   Sun Mar 27, 2016 3:43 pm

http://freemasonrywatch.org/blog/?p=383


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Tharwat Al-Kherbawi, a Lawyer, a writer and a former leader in Muslim Brotherhood movement wrote a book under the name of “The Secret of the Temple: Hidden Secrets of the Muslim Brotherhood.”

Kherbawi says that the Brotherhood has secrets kept only with “adult priests”, as an organization similar to “Masonic”. Ordinary Mason members do not know the great secrets of high organization.

Through his experience in this movement, he found that it shackles the creative energies of its members and cuffs them in a long human chain like slaves that were transferred to the United States at the beginning of the sixteenth century. But this time, the slavery is to souls and minds and not only to bodies.

Al-Kherbawi reveals an old edition of a Sheikh Mohammed al-Ghazali’s book, who wrote that the counselor’s leader Hassan Hudaibi was a Mason,

The author assures that there is an article written by Sayyid Qutob in “the Egyptian crown,” newspaper which was then found to be the mouthpiece of the Egyptian Masonic Lodge! And that no one out of the mason society can post in. And while reading “The Myth of Freemasonry” written by the American author “JK” who tells about the rituals of join after allegiance in a dark room, he found it similar to Brotherhood rituals, and that even the quintet Brotherhood logo might be influenced by the Masonic one. Al-Kherbawi then keeps on listing the similarities between the two organizations.

In this regard, Al-Kherbawi claims that the freemasonry affected Brotherhood to turn them away of their real approach, and his speech doesn’t mean that Brotherhood are masons, since most of its members are of goodwill intentions, but there might be some leaders with relation to masons.

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