Clarion Project Monitoring Muslim Brotherhood Threats Against US

The Muslim Brotherhood has effectively declared war on the United States the Clarion Project reported on Monday.

Clarion Project translated the threat that was originally in Arabic.

“The Muslim Brotherhood is launching today a solidarity call with all Palestinian factions and Islamic movements to ignite an uprising throughout the Islamic world against the Zionist occupation and the American administration in support of the occupation and against the rights and freedoms of the peoples.”

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The last “uprising” some 15 years ago resulted in the deaths of hundreds of civilians – Christians, Jews and Muslims.

While the Brotherhood issued the statement in the wake of President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital a week ago, the organization has been fomenting anti-American, pro-sharia sentiment for some time.

The Clarion Project is closely following Muslim Brotherhood activities on Capitol Hill, across the United States and beyond.

There are growing concerns about the strong ties between the Brotherhood, ISIS and al-Qaeda.

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Last week, the Clarion Project reported that U.S. lawmakers were among speakers and guests at a Capitol Hill event aimed at putting the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood back in the spotlight.

The London Center for Policy Research is one of several organizations pushing for Congress to declare the Muslim brotherhood a foreign terrorist entity. Such a designation would have serious knock-on effects for American organizations with links to the Brotherhood – among them the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).

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On Monday, an attempted suicide bomber who set off a rush-hour explosion at the nation’s busiest bus terminal is a Bangladeshi national living in Brooklyn who was inspired by ISIS, law enforcement officials said, Fox News reported.

The suspect in Monday morning’s blast at Port Authority in midtown Manhattan was identified as Akayed Ullah, 27. Ullah strapped a pipe bomb to his body with Velcro and zip ties, and it detonated in a subway corridor, police said.

Details on a possible motive were unclear, though analysts at the SITE Intelligence Group noted that the pro-ISIS Maqdisi media group suggested a link between the attack and President Trump’s decision last week to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, The Washington Post reported.

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