Middle Eastern Secret Societies Ruling Nations and Wars

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 15:54 PM
July 23, 2013

rise of muslim brotherhood    A peek beyond the veils of the Alawite Sect and Muslim Brotherhood reveals war and governing plans in the Middle East made in the confines of secret societies.  And much of what goes on in the visible world is ruled the same way.

According to Primoz Manfreda:  “Alawites practice a unique but little known form of Islam that dates back to the 9th and 10th century. Its secretive nature is an outcome of centuries of isolation from the mainstream society and periodical persecution by the Sunni majority.”

In “The ‘Secretive Sect’ in Charge of Syria,” the BBC.com adds: the “custom of taqiyya, which is the practice of hiding one’s beliefs in order to avoid persecution.” Robert Mackey in “Syria’s Ruling Alawite Sect” agrees:

“Taqiyya makes a perfect qualification for membership in the mukhabarat— the ubiquitous intelligence/security apparatus that has dominated Syria’s government for more than four decades.”  Secret keepers attract secret keepers.

The Muslim Brotherhood operated underground for decades––even in the United States.  In “Ex-member: Muslim Brotherhood has Secret Societies in 80 Nations, Including U.S.,” a defector told the World Tribune:

“ . . . that the Brotherhood, with headquarters in Egypt, was infiltrating Western and Arab states by recruiting their Muslim citizens . . . the Brotherhood established secret societies in more than 80 countries, with recruits pledged to violence. They are taught to regard the movement as their home and that standing to the national anthem of their country is polytheism.”

Former Brotherhood member, Tharwat Al Kherbawy also told the World Tribune:  “the Brotherhood recruits teenagers in a ceremony in which they kneel before a masked member and take a vow over a gun and Koran . . the recruit, whose progress is monitored, is warned that any violation of orders means death.”

Late last year, the UAE (United Arab Emirates) arrested 94 suspected members of the Brotherhood for attempting to Minister-Abdullah-Bin-Zayed-Al-Nahyanoverthrow their country.  UAE officials claim the Brotherhood to be a leading threat to its nation and others: According to UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, “the Brotherhood does not believe in the sovereignty of the state.”

Perhaps most frightening to the United States, Al Kherbawy insists: “ . . . the Brotherhood presence in any country consists of three units. They included a unit comprised of local residents, a secret Egyptian cell, and what Al Kherbawy termed an international group that reports to superiors in the American city of New York.”

Believers must understand that such conspiracies are withstood by prayer. In Christian non-fiction prophecy books, Ephesians 6: 18 instructs:  “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

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