Breaking News: Interpol Alert Seeks Arrest of MB’s Qaradawi

The religious leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, is wanted by Interpol. What a marked, stark difference between this indictment and Obama’s wooing of Qaradawi and the Muslim Brotherhood. More on Qaradawi here.

Back in 2011, the Hindu reports that the Obama administration has turned to Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s leading jurist, to mediate secret negotiations between the United States and the Taliban.

This should wake people up, but it won’t, because the enemedia is in the pocket of jihadists and Islamic supremacists.

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Breaking News: Interpol Alert Seeks Arrest of MB’s Qaradawi, IPT, December 5, 2014

by IPT News  •  Dec 5, 2014

Interpol issued a bulletin Friday seeking the arrest of the Muslim Brotherhood’s most influential cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi. The bulletin was sparse on details but said that Egypt wanted the 88-year-old Qaradawi “to serve a sentence” for crimes including “incitement and assistance to commit intentional murder.”

qaradawi-apbQaradawi lives in Qatar. He also is alleged to have had a hand in a massive prison break of Brotherhood members and others during the revolution against then-dictator Hosni Mubarak. Mohamed Morsi, a Brotherhood official who went on to become Egypt’s president in 2012, was among those who escaped.

Qaradawi has been a fierce critic of Egypt’s new government and of Morsi’s July 2013 ouster after one year in office. “From the day he (new President Abdel Fattah alSisi) came, all we saw is killing and bloodshed, detention and women being raped,” Qaradawi before elections in May.

In February, Egyptian officials demanded that Qatar extradite Qaradawi. They also asked Interpol to arrest Qaradawi a year ago.

Qaradawi described the recent acquittal of ousted Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak as “the saddest day in the history of human justice and a disgrace on Egyptian judiciary.”

According to the Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch, Interpol issued a “red notice” which is both its highest level alert, and a move subject to later review by the international police agency.

SOURCE: Pamlageller