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Despite Fall of Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood Remains a Threat
While the Muslim Brotherhood-dominated government of Egypt’s Mohammed Morsi has fallen, counter-protests, and the threat of violence continues to reign in Egypt as Muslim Brotherhood supporters clash with Egyptian security forces. Meanwhile major international Muslim Brotherhood figures met in Turkey to discuss how to respond to recent developments.
This is why understanding the Muslim Brotherhood remains key for America’s policy-makers during a fluid and dangerous time. That’s why EMET is glad to be hosting Investigative journalist Erick Stakelbeck, author of “The Brotherhood: America’s Next Great Enemy” to discuss the history, methods, and goals of the Muslim Brotherhood, and what to expect from them in the future. Here’s Erick discussing recent events in Turkey with Gretchen Carlson of Fox News Channel. We hope you’ll join EMET at this important event.
CBN News Terrorism Analyst and correspondent Erick Stakelbeck has traveled the globe to interview Islamic radicals and Muslim Brotherhood operatives to get the scoop on how an organization which collaborated with the Nazis and helped found Al Qaeda, has co-opted American and European mosques, destabilized Middle East allies, and subverted American counter-terrorism policy. Erick is the author recently released, highly acclaimed book, “The Brotherhood: America’s Next Great Enemy”, which expands and follows up on his 2011 book, “The Terrorist Next Door: How The Government is Deceiving You About the Islamist Threat.”
He is also the host of a weekly CBN program, “Stakelbeck on Terror”, a regular contributor to The Blaze TV, guest hosting The Glenn Beck Program, and has made hundreds of appearances as a commentator on television and radio programs including: The O’Reilly Factor, The Sean Hannity Show, Your World with Neil Cavuto, Fox and Friends, CNN Newsroom, BBC, Al Hurra and many more. He is written articles on Islamic extremism, global terrorism and national security for The Wall Street Journal Europe, Weekly Standard, Washington Times, New York Post, Jerusalem Post and National Review Online, among other publications. From 2003 to 2005 he served as a senior writer and analyst at the Investigative Project on Terrorism.