Barack Obama has invited Mohamed Mursi to the White House.
Mursi is the newly elected Islamist president of Egypt who Obama helped usher into power in that country. His political party was the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization founded, in part, by Hasan al-Banna in the 1920s.
Efraim Karsh, in Islamic Imperialism: A History, tells us the following:
Banna had nothing but disdain for the Egyptian regime, which used this new invention (the radio - ed's note) to corrupt the minds and souls of ordinary Egyptians with songs about love and sex rather than to inculcate them with the virtues of death and martyrdom in the quest for Allah's universal empire. "Death is an art," he famously wrote, "and the most exquisite of arts when practiced by the skillful artist." In Banna's view, the Qur'an commanded its believers to love death as much as others love life. As long as Muslim societies failed to abide by this sacred philosophy they were destined to remain in their current dismal position. "There is no escape from death and it happens only once," he claimed. "Should death come in the path of Allah, it will be a gain in this world and a reward in the other." This reasoning was duly incorporated into the Muslim Brothers' credo: "Allah is our goal; the Qur'an is our constitution; the prophet is our leader; Struggle is our way; and death in the path of Allah is our highest aspiration."
Karsh - page 214.
This is who Barack Obama has invited to the White House. This is the organization that the administration assured us was a moderate and largely secular. Well, here's news. It isn't. The Muslim Brotherhood is also the father organization of both Hamas and al-Qaeda.
And, no, it's not because Obama is playing some ultra-sophisticated game of three dimensional chess with Sheldon Cooper. It's because he either doesn't know, or simply doesn't care, about what the Muslim Brotherhood is and stands for.
On the right side of this page is a video of a recent Brotherhood Mursi rally in which they chanted about the coming conquest of Jerusalem.
For a Jewish person to support an American president that supports the Brotherhood is beyond foolish. It is, in fact, something akin to suicidal. It is to screw one's ideological blinders on so tightly that no light gets through, whatsoever.
What a disgrace.