Former Muslim Brotherhood member: Brotherhood took a lot from Freemasonry
13 Nov, 2012
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. And while reading “The Myth of Freemasonry” written by the American author “JK” who tells about the rituals of join after allegiance in a dark room, he found it similar to Brotherhood rituals, and that even the quintet Brotherhood logo might be influenced by the Masonic one. Al-Kherbawi then keeps on listing the similarities between the two organizations.
In this regard, Al-Kherbawi claims that the freemasonry affected Brotherhood to turn them away of their real approach, and his speech doesn’t mean that Brotherhood are masons, since most of its members are of goodwill intentions, but there might be some leaders with relation to masons.