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Sunday, July 16, 2017

New Islamist Members Of European Fatwa Council Show Growing influence Of Turkish Muslim Brotherhood in EU.


New Islamist Turkish Members Of European Fatwa Council Show Growing influence Of Global Muslim Brotherhood in EU. (globalmbwatch).


Dutch journalist Carel Brendel has published an article analyzing some of the recent membership changes at the European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR). According to his report, two of the newly appointed Turkish members representing a strengthening of the alliance between the Global Muslim Brotherhood and the Turkish regime of Recep Tayyip Erdogan:

Ekrem Keles is a senior member of Diyanet, the Turkish Presidency of Religious Affairs that supervises mosques and abroad. According to Turkish media, he is chairman of the Supreme Council for Religious Affairs. The English site of the pro-Erdogan Tukse Daily newspaper Sabah said Keles is “deputy head” of Diyanet.
It appears from the list on the ECFR website Keles is now an official member of the European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR). In a 2010 list of ECFR members, there was no Turkish membership. The appointment of Keles means two things- the collaboration between the Erdogan regime and the Muslim Brotherhood has again become a little more intense. And more importantly, the long arm of Ankara interferes with the affairs of all Muslims in Europe.

In 2010 Mustafa Mullaoglu was already on the list, but as a German representative. He has a Turkish background. The German TV channel SWR called him in 2007, “a top official responsible for religious issues of Milli Gorus,” the Turkish version of the Muslim Brotherhood. At a meeting in Hamm, North Rhine-Westphalia, Mullaoglu praised the Ottoman Empire as the ideal form of government.


Meanwhile Mullaoglu moved to Austria where he is a Mufti for the the national umbrella Islamic group, the Islamische Glaubensgemeinschaft in Österreich (IGGIÖ). Earlier this year Mollaoglu received criticism because he ruled that the wearing of  the headscarf hHijab) for women is a religious commandment. 

Austrian State Minister Muna Duzdar called this position “an attack on freedom and the empowerment of women”. The IGGiÖ was often accused in the past of ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, but always put off the accusation as “conspiracy theories” . Yet critics always place the IGGÏO “in the atmosphere of the Muslim Brotherhood.” Curiously, the Austrian media have very little written about the IGGiÖ  mufti as a member of Qaradawi’s fatwa council. Read the full story here.

For more in depth info on the Global Muslim brotherhood working follow GlobalMBwatch.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

ISIS finally confirms the death of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi


ISIS finally confirms the death of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. (khaama).
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group or Daesh has confirmed the death of its leader Abdul Bakr al-Baghdadi, it has been reported.
According to a local media outlet in Iraq, Al-Sumaria News, the terror group has confirmed al-Baghdadi’s death by circulating a statement in the town of Tal Afar in west of Mosul.
Daesh organization (IS group) circulated a brief statement through its media in the (IS-held) town of Tal Afar in the west of Mosul, confirming the killing of its leader al-Baghdadi without giving further details,” according to the report by Al-Sumaria News.
Citing anonymous sources from Nineveh province, the media outlet said the terror group in its statement has called on its fighters to wait for the announcement regarding the new leader’s appointment and ‘to continue their steadfastness in the redoubts of the caliphate and not being dragged behind the sedition.’
This comes as the Ministry of Defense of Russia said last month that al-Baghdadi was targeted in an airstrike and was likely killed.
Russia’s defense said an investigation is underway to ascertain whether Al-Baghdadi was killed in an airstrike conducted late last month.
According to a statement by the Russian defense ministry carried in reports by the local media outlets, Al-Baghdadi was targeted along with at least 300 other insurgents and 30 top leaders of the terror group.
The statement further added that the airstrike was carried out on 28th May in Raqqa city.

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