Source: Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch, June 12, 2014
For the first time since we began reporting on the event in 2008, the Forum program shows no identifiable leaders of the Global Muslim Brotherhood from outside the US present at the event, continuing the trend from last year[…]
As we reported in May 2012, the U.S.-Islamic World Forum at that time featured a much broader range of Global Muslim Brotherhood leaders including Tariq Ramadan, son-in-law of the founder of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, and Rachid Ghannouchi head of the Muslim Brotherhood in Tunisia. Also featured in 2012 were several members of the Libyan and Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood including Essam el-Haddad an Egyptian Brotherhood leader who was a former advisor to now deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. The event in previous years had also been a veritable galaxy of Global Muslim Brotherhood stars. Also missing from this year’s proceedings were notable Brotherhood apologists such as Georgetown professor John Esposito […], and former Obama administration faith advisor Dahlia Mogahed whose family ties to the Brotherhood have been documented by the GMBDW.
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