The Judaic Foundations Of The Muslim Brotherhood


Sabba – All papers are reporting the likely decision of President Trump to blacklist the Muslim Brotherhood as a terror group. The WSJ even warns that doing so carries great risks and could trigger unexpected consequences.

But is Trump considering such action because he understands the true nature of the beast? Or is it because of his primitive and very basic understanding of anything Islamic/Oriental? Or is it to reassure ‘white America’ who has put him in the White House precisely on his Islamophobic campaign promises?

The ‘Muslim’ Brotherhood is one of the most powerful scarecrow used against the ‘Christian’ West to justify the need for a ‘judeo-Christian’ alliance in what they hope will be an inevitable clash of civilization.

The name – Muslim Brotherhood – was carefully chosen. There is something mysterious and scary about it. The name they chose is meant to instil an instinctive fear and immediate distrust into western psyche. That is the goal.

But what is the ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ which all the western intelligence services have been allied to since it was created?

It might surprise many but it is nothing but the oriental version, the ‘Islamic’ branch of Western Free Masonry. It is Free Masonry adjusted, customized to the oriental mindset and settings so that it becomes kosher to the oriental masses.

It was officially born in 1928; its official founder is Hassan al Banna and it has been directly linked to wahhabism and to the British intelligence services since its inception.

Hassan al Banna is the man who fused together Free Masonry and wahhabism into one movement, known as ‘The Muslim Brotherhood’.

Who is Hassan al Banna?

Hassan al Banna did not emerge in an intellectual vacuum but comes in a long line of ‘reformers’, subverters whose openly stated mission was to destroy Islam from within. Their aim was and still is to reform Islam, to make it judaism-friendly and, when the time comes, compatible with the Noahide Laws.

Hassan al Banna’s name always comes up when discussing the brotherhood, but his mentors, his spiritual fathers are always kept in the dark.

And yet, one can not understand al Banna without knowing his mentors. And once we know who his teachers were, we understand straight way what the agenda of these men are, we recognize straight away the judaic essence of the Brotherhood.


Wahhabism emerged in the middle of the XVIIIth century. It was fought on all fronts by all Muslims of that time: it was fought against militarily by the Ottomans, it was fought against intellectually by all the Islamic scholars, it was fought and resisted the best they could by the people.

Muhhammad ibn Adbdul Wahhab was called a heretic, a false prophet, a deceiver etc. The only man who believed in him was a bare footed Bedouin of eastern Arabia: the head of the Saud tribe. Together they went on to brutally murder anyone who disagreed with them. The savagery and butchery which they displayed against the Muslims (Shia and Sunni alike) is exactly the same displayed by the jewhadists of ISIS today.

The Ottomans sent in their military to crush them and they could have very well succeeded had Britain not intervened in favour of the Saudi-Wahhabi alliance as a mean to destabilize the Ottoman Empire.

Sheikh Imran Hosein labels it as ‘Protestant Islam’. We can go further and call it ‘Puritan Islam’ because the similarities between Cromwell’s Puritans and the Wahhabis are too numerous and too striking to be a coincidence. In particular the wars they had waged against their own co-religionist. In both cases, they zealously applied to the letter the ‘art’ of war as laid down in the Book of Joshua. Their wars were jewish inspired wars of extermination against the enemies of the jews: Catholics (Cromwell) and Muslims (Ibn Saud).

But wahhabism was a ‘religion’ created by a Bedouin for Bedouins; its primitive, judaic doctrines lacked any sophistication and failed to take root in any cities of the Levant.

And so new ‘ideology’ emerged with the blessings and financing of Britain who was still assisting the Saudi-Wahhabi takeover of Arabia as she prepared to takeover the entire Middle East.

The new ideology they came up with had the same goal as wahhabism but had a different make-up and was specifically tailor- made for the city-people: Islamic Reformism.


Malkum Khan

The first main reformer was an Armenian Christian, allegedly converted to Shia Islam: Malkum Khan (1833-1908). His goal was to transform Shia Islam so that it can be blended into the greater religion of Mankind, a religion he calls “the religion of Human Rights”’. He openly formulated his methods of using Religion against itself until it adapts and submits to ‘modernity’.

Malkum Khan was initiated to free masonry in Paris and then founded the very first masonic lodge of Persia in 1858. He was so successful in his destructive mission that the Persian government banned free masonry and forced him into exile.

The second most affluent ‘reformer’ was free mason Jamal al Din Al Afghani (1838-1897).

Al Afghani

Al Afghani was not from Afghanistan but also from Persia. His mission was to reform Sunni Islam with the same purpose as Malkum Khan.

His correspondence with Ernest Renan reveals an incredibly deep hatred for Islam and it baffles the mind that such a man can still be called ‘Muslim’. He was an enemy of Islam, never hid it and should be therefore treated as such.

His student was Muhammad Abduh (1849-1905).

Muhammad Abduh

Also a Freemason, he left us with an earth shattering statement which should leave no doubt on the purpose of the ‘Muslim Brotherhood’: “We shall cut off the head of Religion (Islam) using the sword of Religion”.

Incredibly enough and again, with the blessings and financing of Britain, this man became the Grand Mufti of Egypt in 1899.

He started to popularize the wahhabi doctrine in Egypt by changing the curriculum of Al Azhar university in Cairo. This was a huge step forward which was then taken even further by his student, Rashid Ridha (1865-1935).

And Hassan al Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood was a student of Rashid Ridha.

Hassan al Banna

Al Banna made free masonry ‘kosher’ by giving it an ‘islamic’ shroud, by pretending to fight the British occupation, by pretending to want to revive Islam when in fact their goal was and still is the destruction of Islam from within to prepare the grounds for the long-awaited Vatican II of Islam.

Their work continues today from Qatar with the The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics, which is headed by Tariq Ramadan… the grand-son of Hassan al Banna.

Another prominent modern figure of the Brotherhood is Yusuf al Qaradawi, also based in Doha.

Al Qaradawi

This man is mainly known for publicly declaring that the war against Assad was kosher. He openly supported the liver-eating, head-chopping jewhadists. He called for the killing of all Muslims who supported Syria be they man, woman or child, be they clerics, soldiers, students etc.

But there is a darker side to this man, a darker side which his ex-wife, an Algerian lady, revealed: she claims that he is a Jew, a Mossad operative, someone who speaks Hebrew fluently, who travels to Israel back and forth etc.

I first dismissed these claims until I heard the speech he made in Tahrir Square after the Mubarak regime fell: “Next year in Jerusalem” was his conclusion.

For those who know not, they will understand this for what it says.

But ‘Next year in Jerusalem’ is not an innocent sentence – it is part of jewish liturgy, it is the prayer that the jews have been saying since the XIIIth century, to this very day.

Could this have been his message to the tribe, message which only the ‘initiates’ could understand? I now believe so.

Coming back to Donald Trump, I hope he plans to take on the M.B because he understands the dark agenda that this judaic organization has for the Muslims and the world at large.

Just like I hope that it is wahhabism he intends to fight when he vows to eradicate ‘radical Islam’.

But I am not so sure.


Left: Muslim Brotherhood wedding; right: jewish wedding


  1. #1 by MG editor on 01/27/2017 - 9:34

    Excellent, Sabba, but then what more would the readers expect?

    As to your introductory question, i.e. whether Trump considers such action because 1) he understands the true nature of the beast, or 2) because of his primitive and very basic understanding of anything Islamic/Oriental or 3) to reassure ‘white America’ who has put him in the White House precisely on his Islamophobic campaign promises?’–I think it is a mixture of all 3. He is the typical American businessman who does not want to invest the time necessary into understanding the particulars of anything, and especially if it is conplicated, as Middle East issues are, but rather just wants to get things moving along in as profitable and efficient manner as possible, irrespective of whatever backlash occurs later.

  2. #2 by aven on 01/27/2017 - 9:34

    Comments on Jamal al Din Al Afghani for Editor Sabba:

    Syed Jamaluddin was born in Asadabad, Afghanistan and raised in Kabul, Afghanistan. Al-Afghani is just a country affiliation that was added to his name when he traveled to many Muslim countries, as in the infamous Al-Baghdadi, Al-Amariki, or al-kannady, etc of of our time. Syed Jamaluddin was an Afghan not Persian. Jamaluddin traveled to Hyderabad State in India; Cairo, Egypt; London, England; Paris, France; Istanbul, Turkey, and Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia (where he stayed four years). It is in Russia where he met Shah Nasiruddin Qachar, Ruler (King) of Persia, now called Iran since 1931. Shah Qachar appointed Jamaluddin as Prime Minister of Persia in the 1880s. Jamaluddin left Persia after a couple of years due to developing unrest there. In the early 1990s, the Ottoman caliph initially welcomed him by providing him a handsome stipend and a furnished home, but the ottomans later expelled him due to his rising popularity among certain intellectual, reformist, and political group of Turks. Jamaluddin met Sh. Abduh in Paris while Abduh was in exile. There they jointly published an Arabic Journal ‘Al Urwat-ul-Wuthqa. They wrote against the British imperialism and colonialism. Sh. Abduh was appointed the Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar by Lord Cromer (British Governor of Egypt), and in 1904 Sh. Abduh declared a fatwa allowing Muslims of Egypt to take / give interest from / to commercial Banks. This practice of interest / usury then grew rapidly in all Muslim countries.

    Your reference to the text of Jamaluddin’s correspondence with Ernest Renan is very doubtful as no serious Sunni Scholar from Secularist to Religious strand has mentioned about it. In the 19th century, nearly all Colonial officials and operatives who kept in touch with the locals were free-masons. So it is no surprise that some Muslim personalities became associated with the secret group but only to the extent their usefulness was determined by their Masters. Otherwise they were useless to Muslim masses and their own country as we find the same in our times. In the past three decades, the history of MB as to their close affiliation with free-masons or wahabism has been exaggerated to some degree. If MB was so connected and powerful, then the MB govt. in Egypt would not have collapsed so quickly, and now hundreds among their leadership are rotting in jail without a trial and subject to execution. None of their so called wide circle of friends and sympathizers have bothered to save the leadership.

  3. #3 by Sabba on 01/27/2017 - 9:34

    @ Aven: my bibliographical sources are
    1) Henry Laurens, L’Orient Arabe, arabisme et islamisme de 1798 à 1945
    2) Thierry Zarcone, Secret et Sociétés secrètes en Islam – Turquie, Iran et Asie Centrale
    3) Hamadi Redissi, Le pacte de Najd ou comment l’Islam sectaire est devenu l’Islam.

    You might also find the following interesting:” Renan / Al-Afghani, Le journal des débats, 1883″.
    In Text 3, we read:

    “S’il est vrai que la religion musulmane soit un obstacle au développement des sciences, peut-on
    affirmer que cet obstacle ne disparaîtra pas un jour ? En quoi la religion musulmane diffère-t-elle sur ce point des autres religions ? (…)
    La société musulmane ne s’est pas encore affranchie de la tutelle de la religion. En songeant toutefois que la religion chrétienne a précédé de plusieurs siècles dans le monde la religion musulmane, je ne peux pas m’empêcher d’espérer que la société mahométane arrivera un jour à briser ses liens et à marcher résolument dans la voie de la civilisation à l’instar de la société occidentale.
    Non, je ne peux admettre que cette espérance soit enlevée à l’Islam. Je plaide ici auprès de M. Renan, non la cause de la religion musulmane, mais celle de plusieurs centaines de millions d’hommes qui seraient ainsi condamnés à vivre dans la barbarie et l’ignorance.
    À la vérité, la religion musulmane a cherché à étouffer la science et à en arrêter les progrès. Elle a
    réussi ainsi à enrayer le mouvement intellectuel ou philosophique et à décourager les esprits de la
    recherche de la vérité scientifique.”

    Here is the link for this:

  4. #4 by EM on 01/28/2017 - 9:34

    Afghani Jamal ud Din 1838-1887 started interest banking – founder of salafi reform movement british agent – agent provocateur
    source David Livingstone

  5. #5 by Aven on 01/28/2017 - 9:34

    Thank you Sabba. I will have the document reviewed by some French speaking Muslim researchers interested in history. I hope a few Muslim researchers take interest in this aspect of Jamaluddin Afghani’s activities.

    EM: Interest Banking was introduced by Sh. Abduh as I noted in my comments. I am somewhat familiar with David Livingstone’s work. He focuses much on “Salafi, Wahabi, Sufi” activities of Muslims and connects them with ancient Freemasonry and other such infiltrating groups. In his work, almost every significant Muslim group throughout Islamic history has been connected to shady activities. David L. is a Canadian Muslim, perhaps a revert to Islam. Some of his analyses are more speculation than facts and can misguide even well informed Muslims. His work has not received even a milder attention among Muslims in North America, let alone the main body of Muslims in Asia, M.E., and Africa.

    As a researcher on Muslim affairs, I find much increased intensity of anti-Islam articles on almost every aspect of traditional Muslim life, which as in the past, ranges from distortions, half truths to outright lies. Fake News has finally made the headlines, but even well meaning authors / researchers continue (and will continue) to publish the same fake analyses with increasing confidence. Fifty years or so years in the future, researchers and analysts will be referencing these published fake news as facts on Muslim personalities and political movements that are fit to exploit their next pressing agenda. Fake News is nothing new, it is as old as the coming of Islam fourteen centuries ago and even much older – before Jesus’ (pbuh) time.

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