T.V.’s Homeland and Freemasonry

The cast recaps the first two seasons of Homeland. Mandy Patinkin discusses Saul’s relationship with Carrie and his job at the CIA. […]

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Former Muslim Brotherhood member: Brotherhood took a lot from Freemasonry

Charlesayoub.com Former Muslim Brotherhood member: Brotherhood took a lot from Freemasonry

13 Nov, 2012 Charles Ayoub

Tharwat Al-Kherbawi, a Lawyer, a writer and a former leader in Muslim Brotherhood movement wrote a book under the name of “The Secret of the Temple: Hidden Secrets of the Muslim Brotherhood.”

Kherbawi says that the Brotherhood has secrets kept only with “adult priests”, as an organization similar to “Masonic”. Ordinary Mason members do not know the great secrets of high organization.

Through his experience in this movement, he found that it shackles the creative energies of its members and cuffs them in a long human chain like slaves that were transferred to the United States at the beginning of the sixteenth century. But this time, the slavery is to souls and minds and not only to bodies.

Al-Kherbawi reveals an old edition of a Sheikh Mohammed al-Ghazali’s book, who wrote that the counselor’s leader Hassan Hudaibi was a Mason,

The author assures that there is an article written by Sayyid Qutob in “the Egyptian crown,” newspaper which was then found to be the mouthpiece of the Egyptian Masonic Lodge! And that no one out of the mason society can post in. […]

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VIDEO: N.A.T.O. 2010 Lisbon Conference

VIDEO: N.A.T.O. 2010 Lisbon Conference

The Brethren having a ‘Grand’ Time…

Qabalistic Cabals: 32+1=33, Count em'…

Afghanistan President Bro. Hamid ISI/Unocal/CIA-Advisor, N.A.T.O. Secretary General Bro. Satanic-Lies Rasmussen, U.N. Secretary General Bro. Ban Ki-Lucifer

Unusual Q & A Session

'Grand' Jewels

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VIDEO: Decision Points by Bro. George W. Bush

‘Decision Points is the extraordinary account of America’s 43rd president. Shattering the conventions of political autobiography, George W. Bush offers a strikingly candid journey through the defining decisions of his life…’

A Certain Point Within A Circle: Bro. Bonaparte at Bro. Wellington’s Waterloo?

More info: http://www.GeorgeWBushDecisionPoints.com

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VIDEO: Quest For The Lost Tribes of Israel (The Taliban, the Pashtun, the Af-Pak Tribal Area’s)

QUEST FOR THE LOST TRIBES documents filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici’s ambitious quest to solve the mystery of The Lost Tribes of Israel.

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US Military burned unsolicited Bibles sent to Afghanistan: REPORT

CNN May 22, 2009

Military personnel threw away, and ultimately burned, confiscated Bibles that were printed in the two most common Afghan languages amid concern they would be used to try to convert Afghans, a Defense Department spokesman said Tuesday.

The unsolicited Bibles sent by a church in the United States were confiscated about a year ago at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan because military rules forbid troops of any religion from proselytizing while deployed there, Lt. Col. Mark Wright said.

Such religious outreach can endanger American troops and civilians in the devoutly Muslim nation, Wright said.

“The decision was made that it was a ‘force protection’ measure to throw them away, because, if they did get out, it could be perceived by Afghans that the U.S. government or the U.S. military was trying to convert Muslims,” Wright told CNN on Tuesday.

Troops at posts in war zones are required to burn their trash, Wright said.

This decision came to light recently, after the Al Jazeera English network aired video of a group prayer service and chapel sermon that a reporter said suggested U.S. troops were being encouraged to spread Christianity.

“This was irresponsible and […]

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SYMBOL PHOTO: New N.A.T.O. Chief takes charge?

Former Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen holds his first news conference as NATO Secretary-General at the alliance headquarters in Brussels August 3, 2009.

‘A Pretty Little Pin’

—– Original Message —– From: “Alistair Rae” alrae_spamtrap_@iee.org Newsgroups: soc.org.freemasonry Sent: Sunday, July 01, 2001 4:03 PM Subject: Re: unusual symbol

> Don > > The backing symbol is derived from Hindu mythology. It was used by the Nazi > Party inverted which denotes an evil connotation, which was borne out by > later events. In its normal configuration it has some good/ light meanings. > > I would assume from the emblem atop it, that it is used in that degree > Scottish Rite. > > In UK the base symbol is used in some of the esoteric orders, but not in > white. > > Hope this gives some guidance. Pretty little pin tho. > > Alistair > > SW Union of Malta, No 407 > 1AS William Kingston RA Chapter > MM Mother Kilwinning No 0 > Fr Elias Ashmole College SRIA > > > > “Donald C. Sargent” dsargent@lcc.net wrote in message > news:sl8sjtgmbln9sadvtmqcf0hjp2bqvh7j9v@4ax.com… > > > > > > Today I received an […]

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Concealed Freemason Member Barack Obama awarded Nobel Peace Prize

Voice of America

Obama Peace Prize Award Elicits Praise, Criticism

By Michael Bowman Washington

09 October 2009

Global reaction to U.S. President Barack Obama being awarded the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize ranges from hearty congratulations to expressions of disbelief and derision.

The Norwegian Nobel Committee recognized the president for his work to strengthen international diplomacy, citing in particular efforts to rid the world of nuclear weapons. The peace prize appears to have caught everyone, including Mr. Obama himself, by surprise.

At American College in Cairo, political scientist Saiid Sadek found Mr. Obama’s selection odd and undeserved. “There is no peace in Iraq, nor in Afghanistan. The Arab-Israeli conflict is still at a standstill. As usual, nothing happened. And Guantanamo Bay jail is still open. So what for is he getting that prize?,” he said

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon described the peace prize as “great news”. “President Obama embodies the new spirit of dialogue and engagement on the world’s biggest problems: climate change, nuclear disarmament and a wide range of peace and security challenges,” he said.

Two other sitting U.S. presidents have become Nobel laureates: Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt.

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Villagers list 147 dead in Afghan strike

Villagers list 147 dead in Afghan strike

Sharafuddin Sharafyar Reuters North American News Service

May 08, 2009 05:39 EST

KABUL, May 8 (Reuters) – Residents of two villages hit earlier this week by U.S. air strikes have prepared lists with the names of 147 people killed in the attacks, the deputy governor of the province where the strikes took place said.

Farah Province deputy governor Yunus Rasooli told Reuters residents of the village of Geraani had provided 90 names and residents of neighbouring Ganj Abad village another 57. The two villages were struck by U.S. warplanes during a battle in another nearby village on Monday and Tuesday.

Rasooli said the lists included eight school children whose names were provided by the Ministry of Education.

Abdul Basir Khairkhah, a member of the provincial government’s investigating team, confirmed that the villagers’ lists contained 147 names. He said he had seen two mass graves and more than 40 individual graves in the two villages.

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Afghan Opposition says Bro. Karzai’s Presidential vote delay unconstitutional

New York Times

Afghan Presidential Election Delayed

January 29, 2009 By DEXTER FILKINS

KABUL — Afghan officials said Thursday they had decided to postpone the country’s presidential election until August, saying they needed more time to prepare. But parliamentary opposition figures said that the decision, which appeared to contravene Afghanistan’s constitution, raised doubts about the legitimacy of what could be President Hamid Karzai’s final months in office.

Azizullah Ludin, the chairman of the Independent Election Commission, said that his office had decided to put off the voting until August 20, which would give election workers more time to register candidates and set up voting machinery, and soldiers more time to bring dozens of chaotic districts under control. Mr. Ludin said the new date would allow the presidential election to take place under more favorable summer weather.

But the decision appeared to contravene Afghanistan’s constitution, which states that the president’s term expires on the Roman calendar’s equivalent of May 22. Fresh presidential elections, the constitution says, must be held within thirty to sixty days before the end of that term.

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Taliban turning to more complex attacks: Report

Globe and Mail

January 26, 2009

Taliban turning to more ‘complex’ attacks

GRAEME SMITH

Taliban fighters are increasingly hitting their targets directly instead of relying on bombs, according to a year-end statistical review that contradicts a key NATO message about the war in Afghanistan.

Public statements from Canadian and other foreign troops have repeatedly emphasized the idea that the insurgents are losing momentum because they can only detonate explosives, failing to confront their opponents in combat.

But an analysis of almost 13,000 violent incidents in Afghanistan in 2007 and 2008, prepared by security consultant Sami Kovanen and provided to The Globe and Mail, shows a clear trend toward open warfare.

By far the most common type of incident, in Mr. Kovanen’s analysis, is the so-called “complex attack,” meaning ambushes or other kinds of battle using more than one type of weapon. The analyst counted 2,555 such attacks in 2008, up 117 per cent from the previous year.

Bombings also increased, but only by 63 per cent year-on-year for a total of 2,384 successful and attempted strikes in 2008.

Mr. Kovanen has spent years tracking the conflict in Afghanistan, first as a NATO officer and most recently at the […]

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