Khaled Al-Qazzaz, Member of Muslim Brotherhood, Lies in New York Times
Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.
Khaled Al-Qazzaz is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, an international theocratic terrorist front group influenced by Nazi Germany whose members have gone on to run everything from Al Qaeda to various terrorist charities.
While in office Khaled al-Qazzaz was quoted as saying that Egypt will not any longer cooperate with US in the war on terror and gave a green light to Egyptians to join the fighting in Syria. “All Egyptians entitle to enjoy freedom of travel,” said Khaled al-Qazzaz who added that the “the Presidency does not regard the Egyptians who fight in Syria as a threat to the security of Egypt.” Moreover, Khaled al-Qazzaz promised that “we will not become a centre for arresting or prosecuting Egyptians based on what they did in other countries.”
Since Al-Qazzaz has Canadian citizenship, despite being a member of a foreign government, there have been rallies for him, his wife is all over the place, and there are attempts at viral campaigns by Muslim Brotherhood front group members in the West.
The New York Times, always eager to give an op-ed to a Jihadist, rolled out its editorial welcome wagon for him.
The sheer dishonesty of the op-ed and the New York Times for running it can be measured in the fact that it never uses the brand “Muslim Brotherhood” in the text or even the bio, even though it’s all over Al-Qazzaz’s Twitter account.
This is the same New York Times which refused to run an op-ed by McCain when he was running against Obama because they disagreed with some of its content.
This situation is typical of the fact that Muslim Brotherhood members are allowed to run their editorials without mentioning what they are. Foreign Policy Magazine did the same thing last year.
“I am an engineer by education and an educator by profession. After the Egyptian revolution in 2011, I became interested in politics. I joined the presidential campaign and then found myself chosen to be the foreign relations secretary to Egypt’s first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, in July 2012,” Al-Qazzaz writes in the op-ed.
This is blatantly dishonest.
Khaled Al-Qazzaz had long been a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. He did not become “interested” in politics in 2011.
You do not become “interested” in politics in 2011 and become the foreign relations secretary. Even the most naive liberal dupes know it doesn’t work that way.
“When the military ousted Mr. Morsi’s government, it was predictable that the president and his aides would pay a heavy price. I made the decision, along with eight other staff members, to wait with the president for the moment of his arrest on July 3, 2013,” Al-Qazzaz writes.
In fact Morsi was ousted by a populist uprising that Morsi and the Brotherhood met with brutal assaults and torture. The military came down on the side of the protesters.
“We set out a human rights agenda for Egypt that was spearheaded by the president’s office and that invited the United Nations to open a headquarters for UN Women Egypt in Cairo,” Khaled Al-Qazzaz writes.
Meanwhile Morsi’s boys were raping female protesters in broad daylight.
“We recommended legislative reforms to advance a new Egypt, and we met with all the local and international stakeholders we could to develop that agenda,” Khaled Al-Qazzaz writes.
By “agenda”, he means Islamic law, disenfranchisement of women, Christians, Bahai and anyone who wasn’t Brotherhood.
“I am facing this treatment because of what I represent. I represent a worldview that is built on a genuine exchange and understanding between civilizations and cultures,” Khaled Al-Qazzaz writes.
Khaled Al-Qazzaz represents the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization so foul that he won’t even mention it in his op-ed.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s motto is “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way.
Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.”
Muslim Brotherhood thugs in Egypt burned churches, raped women and terrorized minorities. That was its “genuine exchange and understanding between cultures and civilizations”.
Mohammed Morsi, Khaled Al-Qazzaz’s boss, told US Senators that Jews run the media and had given a speech urging Egyptians to nurse their children and grandchildren on hatred for the Jews.
That’s what Morsi and Khaled Al-Qazzaz and the whole Muslim Brotherhood stand for.
“Why are you so silent about me?” Khaled Al-Qazzaz asks.
Here’s a better question, why are Khaled Al-Qazzaz and the New York Times silent about the terrorist group that he belongs to? Why are they silent about the churches that Khaled Al-Qazzaz’s movement burned? Why are they silent about the women that his movement raped? Why are they silent about its violent bigotry and hatred?
Why is the New York Times giving a member of a hate group that makes the KKK look like Up With People a forum to lie about who he is and what he stands for?
This post was originally published on this site