Thursday, March 2, 2017

Muslim Brotherhood Spends Big to Keep Congress From Labeling Them Terror Group

Currently, Congress is mulling passage of the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Designation Act, H.R. 377, requiring “the secretary of State to submit a report to Congress on the designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a foreign terrorist organization, and for other purposes,” the text states.

It was introduced on January 9 in the House by Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Florida, as well as in the Senate, by Sen. Ted Cruz, and cosponsored on both sides by several other Republican members of Congress.

But the Muslim Brotherhood is fighting back. And they’re confident their campaign to keep off the terrorist list is going to be a success. Why? In part, because of influences tied to Hillary Clinton.

As the Clarion Project reported:

“A senior Muslim Brotherhood official in Sudan told an Arab newspaper* that the group’s international leadership has launched a major PR campaign to influence the U.S. media and members of Congress to oppose the designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.

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