But that's okay. Because it turns out that Hassan al-Banna, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, was also a Secret Jew
Following are excerpts from a statement made by Gamal Nassar, former media secretary to the General Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, which aired on the Al-Jazeera network on August 17, 2013.
Gamal Nassar: I was trying to figure out Al-Sisi's origins. I wanted to know more about him. I was surprised to learn, from the Algerian Al-Watan newspaper, that Al-Sisi is of Jewish origin. His mother is called Mulaika Titani, and her brother was a member of the Jewish Haganah organization. Thus, we see that this man, by any standard, is implementing a Zionist plan to divide Egypt.
That sounds fascinating Gamal, where can our readers get more information about this?
This is a Zionist plot, and I am willing to be held responsible for what I say. Whoever reads The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and the writings of [the Jews], including those who were writing in the U.S., realizes that this plot was premeditated.
The Protocols. It was a tossup between that or Mein Kampf.
But that's okay. Because it turns out that Hassan al-Banna, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, was also a Secret Jew (TM).
Safa Al-Hashem, activist and political candidate for the Kuwaiti parliament, has launched a sharp attack on the Muslim Brotherhood.
Al-Hashem told Al-Watan-Kuwait that the Brotherhood has a plan to deploy this poison in the Gulf, and he claims that Hassan al-Banna, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, was really a Moroccan immigrant of Jewish descent! According to al-Hashem, al-Banna really meant the "Jewish brotherhood" when he founded the organization.
Well obviously. Now if Obama finds out the Muslim Brotherhood is really the Jewish Brotherhood, he'll stop supporting them and start demanding that they turn over land and release terrorists.
So are there any actual Arabs and Muslims in the Middle East... or are they all really Jews?