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One terrorism expert has issued a stern warning about the extent to which the Muslim Brotherhood is embedded inside America’s national security apparatus.
Understanding the Threat Founder and President John Guandolo – a former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent – shared with OneNewsNow some crucial information that he learned about the Islamic terrorism front organization, the Muslim Brotherhood, while he served with the government agency.
"I came to understand and see how deeply they were embedded in our national apparatus, portraying themselves as nice, helpful [and] wanting to be patriotic,” explained Guandolo, who created and implemented the FBI’s first Counterterrorism Training/Education Program. “But … in fact, we could identify all the leaders of the Islamic organizations as members of the Muslim Brotherhood – and [identify] all of the key Islamic organizations in the United States as part of their network. And of these are the organizations that are primarily doing outreach to churches [and] law enforcement government agencies – including the Pentagon."
Guandolo also maintains that what the Muslim Brotherhood believes is completely compatible with Islam.
"The command to wage war against the non-Muslim community is core Islamic doctrine,” the national security expert informed. “It's the reason Islam exists – codified in Sharia Islamic law, which comes from the Koran and [from] the examples [given from the] prophet Mohammad."
However, Guandolo noted that authorities ignored the warnings of Major Nadal Hassan leading up to his carrying out the horrific massacre at Fort Hood in 2009.
"And so Americans continue to be killed because our leaders are ‘professional incompetent’ [officials], and [in] the real world, that's called criminal negligence,” Guandolo asserted. “And we put doctors and lawyers in jail for that."
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