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Part 1: The Threat Doctrine of Shariah & the Muslim Brotherhood
The first section of this briefing explains what shariah is according to the authorities and institutions of Islam and as promoted most aggressively by an organization called the Muslim Brotherhood.
Key Points of Part 1
- Shariah is a totalitarian, brutally repressive and supremacist doctrine.
- Shariah is principally about power, not faith. Accordingly, adherence towards the political end of overthrowing the U.S. government is seditious and must be prosecuted, not protected religious practice.
- The Muslim Brotherhood is the prime-mover worldwide behind the effort to impose shariah everywhere, through stealthy means until such time as violence can be used to achieve the creation of a global caliphate to rule in accordance with shariah.
- The Brotherhood is not a non-violent group. Rather, in most countries where it operates including the United States, it is in a pre-violent phase.
Discussion Topics for Part 1
- Some Muslims believe that it is God’s will that they live under shariah and compel everybody else to do so. If they argue that such beliefs are part of their religious practice, should they have the right under the U.S. Constitution to act on them?
- Do you think shariah is consistent with the Constitution? If not, does it matter that some people would like to bring it here as long as they are not very numerous or successful?
- If Muslim men wish to treat women in ways that reflect their inferiority with respect to their marital, property and other rights, should that be okay in the United States?
- Can the United States safely “do business with” the Muslim Brotherhood?
- Should the United States help the Muslim Brotherhood come to power or consolidate it in the Middle East? How about elsewhere?
- Would you like to live under shariah law? What difference do you think it would make in your life?
- Do you think we should take seriously those who say they seek to impose shariah worldwide?
- Or would we be better served by trying to deny them the attention they seem to crave?
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