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MSA Part of Long-Range Jihadist Strategy

FrontPage unveils an important booklet that delineates how, as early as the 1980s, operatives from the Muslim Brotherhood, which gave birth to al-Qaeda and Hamas, devised a twofold “jihadist process” for sabotaging the “miserable house” of the U.S.

Eviscerating the nation, these operatives foresaw, could be optimally achieved through the use of:

  • The Muslim Students Association on college campuses, where it would advance the cause of radical Islam and lead the effort to stigmatize Israel and
  • The Council on American Islamic Relations, designed to work in the legal-cultural realm, posturing as another of the minority rights groups functioning in the public square.

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