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This book, the second of the Center for Security Policy Archival Series, features the transcript of an audiotape discovered by the FBI in the home of U.S. Muslim Brotherhood member, and Hamas supporter. The tape features a talk entitled "Ikhwan in America" given by the Chief Masul (Guide) of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood's Executive Office, Zeid Noman, and was entered into This book, the second of the Center for Security Policy Archival Series, features the transcript of an audiotape discovered by the FBI in the home of U.S. Muslim Brotherhood member, and Hamas supporter. The tape features a talk entitled "Ikhwan in America" given by the Chief Masul (Guide) of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood's Executive Office, Zeid Noman, and was entered into evidence in the Holy Land Foundation Trial as "Elbarasse Search-2." This lecture by a top-level Muslim Brother before a closed Brotherhood audience serves as an authoritative oral history of the Muslim Brotherhood and their efforts in the United States in their own words. Taking place in the early 1980s, Noman's speech foreshadows by almost a decade the issues mentioned in best-known U.S. Muslim Brotherhood document, "An Explanatory Memorandum On the General Strategic Goal for the Group In North America." It is the goal of the Center for Security Policy Archival Series to provide context and a deeper understanding of the threat posed by the Muslim Brotherhood by publishing selections from such materials, together with analysis and explication. It is with this hope that we offer "Ikhwan in America: An Oral Histroy of the Muslim Brotherhood in their own words." It is our hope that by providing the American public with both the original text of the documents themselves, along with expert evaluations of their ideological, historical and/or organizational significance, our countrymen and women and their elected representatives will be better informed about the true nature and magnitude of the threat posed to the United States, by the Muslim Brotherhood.


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This book, the second of the Center for Security Policy Archival Series, features the transcript of an audiotape discovered by the FBI in the home of U.S. Muslim Brotherhood member, and Hamas supporter. The tape features a talk entitled "Ikhwan in America" given by the Chief Masul (Guide) of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood's Executive Office, Zeid Noman, and was entered into This book, the second of the Center for Security Policy Archival Series, features the transcript of an audiotape discovered by the FBI in the home of U.S. Muslim Brotherhood member, and Hamas supporter. The tape features a talk entitled "Ikhwan in America" given by the Chief Masul (Guide) of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood's Executive Office, Zeid Noman, and was entered into evidence in the Holy Land Foundation Trial as "Elbarasse Search-2." This lecture by a top-level Muslim Brother before a closed Brotherhood audience serves as an authoritative oral history of the Muslim Brotherhood and their efforts in the United States in their own words. Taking place in the early 1980s, Noman's speech foreshadows by almost a decade the issues mentioned in best-known U.S. Muslim Brotherhood document, "An Explanatory Memorandum On the General Strategic Goal for the Group In North America." It is the goal of the Center for Security Policy Archival Series to provide context and a deeper understanding of the threat posed by the Muslim Brotherhood by publishing selections from such materials, together with analysis and explication. It is with this hope that we offer "Ikhwan in America: An Oral Histroy of the Muslim Brotherhood in their own words." It is our hope that by providing the American public with both the original text of the documents themselves, along with expert evaluations of their ideological, historical and/or organizational significance, our countrymen and women and their elected representatives will be better informed about the true nature and magnitude of the threat posed to the United States, by the Muslim Brotherhood.

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