Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Gets Death Sentence; 682 Brotherhood Supporters Also Receive Death Sentence

By gmbwatch:

US media is reporting that an Egyptian court has recommended the death sentence for Dr. Mohamed Badie, the Supreme Guide of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, and 682 Brotherhood supporters. According to a CNN report:

Mohamed Badie

April 28, 2014 An Egyptian court has recommended the death sentence for the leader of the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood and 682 supporters, state television said on Monday.

The same court also handed down a final capital punishment ruling for 37 others.

Charges in both cases, which were tried by the same judge, are related to violent riots in the central Egyptian city of Minya in August, including the murder of a police officer.

Mohammed Badie, the Brotherhood’s general guide, is among 683 supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsy whose death sentences are not final — as the case has been referred to the nation’s Grand Mufti, Egypt’s highest religious authority, for review.

In the second case relating to 529 Muslim Brotherhood supporters sentenced to death last month, the judge upheld 37 death sentences. The rest saw their sentences commuted to life in prison. Most of the people sentenced are being tried in absentia. All defendants are still permitted to appeal.

Read the rest here.

The GMBDW reported in March on the first mass sentencing.

In August 2013, we reported  on the arrest of Dr. Badie and in July 2010, we reported on the election of Dr. Badie as the new Supreme Guide of the  Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood.

For details on the life and thought of Dr. Badie, go here.

Also see:

PA, Islamists Push Blood Libel Against Israel

IPT News September 6, 2012

One of the most enduring anti-Israel slanders is the charge that it is persecuting non-Jews and destroying Muslim and Christian holy sites. These dubious claims continue to be made not only by international organizations, but by U.S. groups like American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) and the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).


Via The United West:

In February 2011, 16 months ago, The United West (formerly, the Florida Security Council) PREDICTED that the Muslim Brotherhoodwould take over Egypt. Once in power the Muslim Brotherhood will dramatically continue their mission of world domination, including efforts to defeat Israel and America either kinetically or culturally.

Today, The United West are (sadly) laughing our heads off, listening to the CNN commentators including Christiane Amanpour, stating that this “democratic election” is as significant as the Berlin Wall coming down!

Seriously, are these “professionals” completely NUTS??

(NB: When you are a post-modern relativist you no longer have a basis from which to see evil)

This Muslim Brotherhood victory is a complete and utter failure for Western Civilization, America and Israel. The shariah-Muslims, worldwide and IN THE USA, reading this victory through the Caliphate lens of confirmation from Allah, see this win as their MANIFEST DESTINY, thereby intensifying their spread of Islam through the political process and by the…sword.

Some things just never change in 1400 years.

Look out world – Insane Islam will soon take control of some of the most powerful Military weapons know to man. The ONLY possible good news is that the Egyptian Military may NOT relinquish control to the Muslim Brotherhood. If that happens watch out for another (now common-place) Muslim-on-Muslim bloodletting, where the religion of peace Muslims kill each other in the name of the…religion of peace!



(btw – PALESTINIANS are celebrating this Muslim Brotherhood win just like they celebrated the 9/11 attacks on America)



Go to The United West for more

Muslim Brotherhood says they are close to attaining their “ultimate goal”

 Al-Masry Al-Youm (h/t Fatwa on Islam):

Mohamed Badie

The Muslim Brotherhood is close to achieving the “ultimate goal” set by the group’s founder Hassan al-Banna in 1928, which is the establishment of a “just and reasonable regime.”

The project begins with the creation of a sound government and ends with the establishment of a just Islamic caliphate, said Mohamed Badie, the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt on Thursday, in his weekly message on the group’s official website.

When the group first began its mission, it aimed at guiding and awakening the nation so that it could regain its position after a long period of delay and recession, said Badie.

He went on to describe the two key aims outlined by Banna at the group’s sixth conference. The first objective was to increase group membership numbers. The second was the establishment of a long-term plan for the reform of all aspects of people’s lives.

Banna specified stages through which the ultimate purpose could be achieved, said Badie. The first step is the reform of the individual, then building, in order, sound family units, a society, and a governance system, and finally establishing a caliphate system.

In this Thursday message, the supreme guide linked the Arab Spring to the ultimate aims of the Brotherhood, saying that the uprisings were intent on achieving specific targets, on which they refused to compromise.

“In this Arab Spring the revolutionary people’s determination to achieve certain targets on which they were agreed, and never to compromise, was a major factor in the toppling of those oppressive regimes and every corrupt organization that oppressed those countries, corrupted them, plundered their resources and curbed their progress. We are now close to achieving the greater good of establishing a just ruling regime, including all its institutions and elements,” said Badie.

He accused the opponents of the Brotherhood of attempting to hinder the group by creating unnecessary conflicts, which were in reality just  “glamorous pretexts to tear the nation apart” and abort the revolution.

“We, following the light of Shura [counsel], are going forward, and we are committed to achieving the aims of the nation and of the revolution to which we aspire, including the representation of millions of Egyptians in a parliament that represents the nation and begins the establishment of the institutions of a just country and a just rule,” said Badie.

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party won more votes than any other party in the first two stages of the parliamantary elections, with around 50 percent of seats in the People’s Assembly.