The Project – Muslim Brotherhood Documents Date Back to 1982 and Obama Refuses to Release Them to Congress!

Glenn Beck recently produced a two-part documentary titled ‘The Project’.  He specifically asked Patrick Poole and other panel members whether or not our government has released any of the documents seized in the 1991 ‘Holy Land Foundation’ raid.  He was told the only item they have seen from the huge cache of documents was an FBI synopsis (smuggled by an FBI agent) . “Perhaps the most ironic point to note is that defendants in the Holy Land Foundation trial had access to these documents as part of the discovery process, yet when members of the House Judiciary Committee on oversight called on U.S. Attorney General to furnish them with the same, their attempts were stonewalled.” The panel also think the documents either have been or will be destroyed.

“To note, the Holy Land Foundation was found guilty in 2008 of providing $12 million in funding to Hamas. Named as un-indicted co-conspirators in the trial were the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), both of which have documented ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.”

If you missed the series, I recommend you check out the following:

The Project’ Part I — All Totalitarian Ideologies Are Threat to U.S.

TheBlazeTV Unveils ‘The Project’ Part II: Civilization Jihad

In March I posted the following and feel this is a good time to share the damning information once again.  I think you will find The Project eerily similar to the 1982 documents found in the Swiss raid.

The following was sent to me by a friend via the Swissdefenceleague.  Switzerland is undergoing a transformation similar to that in the UK.  Muslim and Islamic factions are trying to take over the government and even want to replace the Swiss national flag.  The following document, found written in French, was sent through Google translator.  Note the date of  “The Project” (A Global Strategy for Islamic Policy) – 12/01/1982!  This is eerily similar to ”An Explanatory Memorandum on the General Strategic Goal for the Brotherhood in North America” which was written in May 1991 and discovered during the Holy Land Foundation Trial.

In November 2001, European police were investing the luxurious villa of an Islamic bank on the banks of a Swiss lake. They discovered a document kept secret for nearly twenty years: the “Project”. This text, known only to a handful of specialists, describes the clandestine strategy which aims to “establish the kingdom of God on Earth”. All means are good in this world conquest: infiltration of society, propaganda, alliance with the fighters of the Holy War … The “Project” shows a section of hidden history of Islam in the West.

Inspired by the radical ideas of the Muslim Brotherhood, his followers have built in Europe and America a network of mosques, religious centers, charitable institutions pursuing the same goal: to create an ideal society based on the Koran, expand the sphere of Islam and to end the hegemony of Western civilization to the world. Conducted over several months in Europe and the United States, this survey raises important issues for the future of our societies: the Islamists who are really “moderates” who claim to represent Muslims in the West? What ideas do they spread, and with what methods? Rich in exclusive revelations, this book provides specific answers, informed, troubling.

By watching the news, we are able to see the “Project” takes place substantially as planned. Except that people are much more aware than they were the dangers of Islamism and they will abort the “Project”.

The “Project”

The name of Allah the merciful merciful,

12/01/1982

Towards a Global Strategy for Islamic Policy

(Starting points, items, procedures and missions)

This report presents an overview of an international strategy for Islamic policy. According to its guidelines, and in accordance therewith, the Islamic political authorities are developed in different regions. This is, first, to define the starting points of this policy and to articulate the components of each starting point and the most important procedures related to each starting point, we finally suggest some missions, as an example only, may Allah protect us. Below, the main starting points of this policy:

1. Know the terrain and adopt a scientific methodology for planning and implementation.

2. Get serious in work.

3. Reconcile international engagement and local flexibility.

4. Reconcile political engagement and the need to avoid isolation on the one hand, continuing education and institutional work of generations on the other.

5. Work to establish the Islamic state, along with progressive efforts to control local power centers through institutional work.

6. Work with loyalty alongside Islamic groups and institutions in various fields by agreeing on common ground in order to “cooperate on areas of agreement and to set aside areas of disagreement.”

7. Accept the principle of temporary cooperation between Islamic movements and national movements in general areas and areas of agreement such as the fight against colonialism, preaching and the Jewish state without having to form alliances. This requires, however, limited contacts between certain leaders, case by case, as these contacts do not violate the law. However, they do not pledge allegiance or trust them, knowing that the Islamic movement must be the cause of the initiatives and orientations taken.

8. Mastering the art of the possible, a provisional perspective, without abusing the basic principles, knowing that the teachings of Allah are all applicable. Must order the blâmable1 and forbidding, while giving a documented opinion. But we should not seek a confrontation with our adversaries, locally or globally, which would be disproportionate and could lead to attacks against the dawa2 or his disciples.

9. Continuously build the strength of the worldwide Islamic dawa and support movements engaged in jihad in the Muslim world, to varying degrees and as much as possible.

10. Helping monitoring systems many and varied, in many places, to gather information and adopt an informed and effective communication, able to serve the global Islamic movement. Indeed, surveillance, policy decisions and effective communication are complementary.

11. Adopt the Palestinian cause on a global Islamic, on a political level and through jihad because it is the keystone of the renaissance of the Arab world today.

12. Learn to use self-criticism and permanent evaluation of worldwide Islamic policy and its objectives, its content and its procedures to improve. It is a duty and a necessity according to the precepts of Sharia.

[1] Concept cited in the Koran, became one of the central aims of the brotherhood: it was also translated as “good order and hunt down the evil.”

[2] Dawa: literally means, call, invocation, exhortation, prayer. The term here refers to the work of the Brothers to propagate Islam.

The first starting point is to know and adopt a scientific methodology for planning and implementation.

Elements:

Know the factors influential in the world, be they Islamic forces, opposing forces or neutral forces.

Use the scientific and technological means for planning, organization, implementation and monitoring.

Procedures:

Establish observatories to gather information, store it for all purposes, be used as appropriate based on modern technology.

Create centers of study and research and produce studies on the political dimension of the Islamic movement.

Suggested tasks:

Draw a map of the doctrines in the world to have a global vision of the world a hundred years to the present and analyze the current situation in light of this configuration taking into account the changes and provided befallen.

Draw a map of the doctrines of the Muslim world.

Draw a map of Islamic movements in the Muslim world.

To study political science and various fields in successive Islamic, which more particularly on current events.

Make a scientific study that draws up the history of contemporary Islamic movements and use.

The second starting point: Be serious about the work

Elements:

Clarity of the main objectives of the dawa in the eyes of all temporary and clarity of purpose to harness the energies and channel them and guide them.

Efforts are sufficient workers in the service of Islam and combine these efforts into a single objective.

Is sufficient time.

Spend the money wisely.

Procedures:

Harnessing the energies of workers in the service of dawa, each at his level (the criterion of effectiveness is that everyone should set about the task he is booked).

Mobilize the maximum amount of followers and leaders.

Raise money efficiently, control expenses and invest in the public interest.

Suggested tasks:

Conduct a survey of the workers of Islam (the right man in the right place).

Establish schedules with the schedules of workers and specialists and use these efforts appropriately and timely (adequate effort at the right time).

Commitment of economic institutions adequate to support the cause financially.

The third point of departure: Reconciling international commitment and local flexibility.

Elements:

Define the general guidelines that everyone must follow.

Leave a margin so that there is sufficient flexibility for local issues that do not oppose the general lines of the Islamic political world.

Procedures:

The Movement, worldwide, defines the areas and issues of general Islamic requiring the commitment of all according to previously defined priorities.

Local management defines the local issues that are within its powers, according to the principle of flexibility and according to priorities defined in advance.

Suggested tasks:

Commitment to an Islamic world total liberation of Palestine and the creation of a Muslim state, mission rests with the world.

Establish a dialogue with local people working for the cause in the political world of the Movement. This is the local management to define the contours of this dialogue.

The fourth point of departure: Reconciling political commitment and need to avoid isolation on the one hand, continuing education and institutional work of generations on the other.

Elements:

Political freedom in each country depending on local conditions, without participating in a process of decision making that is contrary to the texts of the Shariah.

Invite everyone to participate in parliamentary councils, municipal, union and other institutions whose boards are chosen by the people in the interest of Islam and Muslims.

Continue to educate individuals and generations and to ensure the training of specialists in various fields according to a previously studied.

Build social, economic, scientific and in the health field and enter the field of social services to be in contact with the people and to serve him through Islamic institutions.

Procedures:

Study the different political environments and the likelihood of success in each country.

Plan missions of specialized studies that look at the few areas such as communication, history of Islam, etc..

Do feasibility studies covering various institutions and create according to priorities established in each country.

Suggested tasks:

To study on experiences of Islamic political and learn from it.

Islamic political advise on pressing issues.

Support of important local issues in an Islamic issues such as workers, unions, etc..

Create a number of economic institutions, social and in the field of health and education, according to the means available to serve the people within an Islamic framework.

The fifth point of departure: Work to establish the Islamic state, along with progressive efforts to control local power centers through institutional work.

Elements:

Channel thought, education and work to establish an Islamic government on earth.

Influence of local power centers and global service of Islam.

Procedures:

Prepare a scientific study on the feasibility of establishing the rule of Allah throughout the world according to established priorities.

To study the local power centers, and global opportunities of placing them under influence.

Conduct a study on modern concepts of support for Islamic dawa and Islamic law, particularly on the influential men in the state and country.

Suggested tasks:

Write an Islamic Constitution in light of efforts to date.

Write Islamic laws, civil, etc..

Choose a location and put it in the forefront of our priorities in order to establish an Islamic power and concentrating all our efforts.

Work in various influential institutions and use them in the service of Islam.

Use the work of specialized Islamic institutions, economic, social, etc..

The sixth point of departure: Working with loyalty to the service groups and Islamic institutions in various fields by agreeing on common ground in order to “cooperate on areas of agreement and set aside areas of disagreement.”

Elements:

Islamic coordinate work in one direction to allow it to lay the foundations for growth of Muslim society and dedicate the power of Allah on earth.

Each work according to his abilities in the field he chooses, and that mastery is important is loyalty and coordination of efforts.

Procedures:

Studying the reality of Islamic movements, assess the experience to begin a collaboration between them.

Avoid creating new Islamic movements in a country that already has not even a movement, serious and comprehensive.

Suggested tasks:

Coordinate the work of all those working for Islam, in each country, and establish a quality contact with them, whether individuals or groups.

Reduce the differences that exist between workers of Islam and seek to resolve conflicts according to sharia.

The seventh point of departure:

Accept the principle of temporary cooperation between Islamic movements and national movements in general areas and areas of agreement such as the fight against colonialism, preaching and the Jewish state without having to form alliances. This requires, however, limited contacts between certain leaders, case by case, as these contacts do not violate Sharia. However, they do not pledge allegiance or trust them, knowing that the Islamic movement must be the cause of the initiatives and orientations taken.

Elements:

Combine efforts against the forces of evil supreme under the principle that we must “fight evil with a lesser evil.”

Circumscribe the bases together leaders or a limited number of individuals to maximize profit and minimize any inconvenience.

Work in this context to achieve the objectives previously defined by the dawa.

Procedures:

Do a study to assess the areas that have been a mutual aid between Islamic movements and other movements and learn from it.

Study areas that can be coordinated with the other and define the contours.

Studying the thinking and plans of other movements.

Suggested tasks:

Each country should explore opportunities in the future, strengthen internal collaboration.

The eighth point of departure:

Mastering the art of the possible, a provisional perspective, without abusing the basic principles, knowing that the teachings of Allah are all applicable. Must order the proper and forbidding the wrong, while giving a documented opinion. But we should not seek a confrontation with our adversaries, locally or globally, which would be disproportionate and could lead to attacks against the dawa or its disciples.

Elements:

Evaluate the education of individuals and not resort to overly typical modern education does not match the reality, which lacks flexibility and can have serious consequences such as the confrontation between individuals to a single note or a simple failure.

Giving a documented opinion and scientific form of speeches, news releases or books that deal with important events that saw our Ummah. (Tr. Muslim community).

Prevent the movement faces major confrontations that might encourage his opponents to give him a fatal blow.

Procedures:

Conduct a study to evaluate the experiences of Islamic movements in order to avoid fatal errors.

Changing methods of educating people so that they are both copies and they are realistic and true to the principles, while granting sufficient flexibility to enable to face reality.

Suggested tasks:

Changing the orientation programs for enthusiasts and conduct an awareness on the basis of past experience.

Prepare individuals in ways educational modernization.

The ninth point of departure:

Continuously build the strength of the Islamic dawa and support movements engaged in jihad in the Muslim world, to varying degrees and as much as possible.

Elements:

Protect the dawa with the force necessary to ensure safety at the local and global.

Contact while engaged in jihad movement anywhere on the planet, and with Muslim minorities, and building bridges, as necessary, to support and establish collaboration.

Keep jihad alive in the Ummah.

Procedures:

Build an autonomous security force to protect the dawa and its disciples locally and globally.

To study movements engaged in jihad in the Muslim world and among Muslim minorities to know them better.

Suggested tasks:

Building bridges between movements engaged in jihad in the Muslim world and among Muslim minorities, and support them as much as possible, as part of a collaboration.

The tenth point of departure:

Helping monitoring systems many and varied, in many places, to gather information and adopt an informed and effective communication, able to serve the global Islamic movement. Indeed, surveillance, policy decisions and effective communication are complementary.

Elements:

Political decisions to gather important information and accurate.

Disseminating Islamic politics to make it widely and effectively covered by media.

Procedures:

Create a modern monitoring system, through advanced technology (which may complement the observatory suggested).

Create a media center effectively and seriously.

Suggested tasks:

Warning Muslims about the dangers that threaten them and international plots fomented against them.

Give an opinion on current issues and future issues.

The eleventh point of departure:

Adopt the Palestinian cause on a global Islamic, on a political level and through jihad because it is the cornerstone of the rebirth of the Arab world today.

Elements:

Give notice, under an Islamic Perspective, on all subjects, solutions, problems concerning the Palestinian issue based on the precepts of Islam.

Prepare the community of believers for jihad for the liberation of Palestine. We can lead the Ummah in achieving the purposes of the Islamic movement especially if the victory is back, Allah willing.

Create the nucleus of jihad in Palestine, however modest it and feed it to keep this flame that illuminates the only path to liberation of Palestine, and for the Palestinian cause remains alive until the release.

Procedures:

Raise enough funds to continue the jihad.

Do a survey on the situation of Muslims and the enemy in occupied Palestine.

Suggested tasks:

Conduct studies of the Jews, enemies of Muslims, and oppression inflicted by these enemies to our brothers in occupied Palestine, in addition to preaching and publications.

Fight against the sentiment of capitulation among the Ummah, to refuse defeatist solutions, and show that conciliation with the Jews would undermine our movement and its history.

Do comparative studies between the Crusades and Israel, and victory will be on the side of Islam.

Create cells of jihad in Palestine, to support them they cover all of occupied Palestine.

Link between the mujahideen in Palestine and those found in Muslim lands.

Maintaining a sense of resentment against Jews and refuse all coexistence.

The twelfth point of departure:

Learn to use self-criticism and permanent evaluation of worldwide Islamic policy and its objectives, its content, its procedures to improve. It is a duty and a necessity according to the precepts of Islamic Sharia.

Elements:

Make a constructive self-criticism to avoid pitfalls.

Conduct an ongoing assessment on a scientific basis that allows to build policies.

Improve Islamic policies taking advantage of past experiences must be a clear objective and critical.

Procedures:

Assess current practices and take advantage of past experiences.

Ask officials in the various countries and to individuals in each country to give their opinions on the directions, methods and results.

Suggested Missions:

Produce an official document of the Islamic political world.

Sensitize countries, officials and individuals with this policy.

Begin to implement this policy, to annually evaluate and improve it if necessary.

(This should send a chill up your spine – the movement is global and determined at any cost!)

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