The Rise of Muslim Brotherhood Intelligence

Sudan first became a theocracy partially ruled by the Muslim Brotherhood in the 1980s and Sudanese intelligence apparently provided intelligence training to the cadres of the global Muslim Brotherhood movement. Only much later did the Muslim Brotherhood gain full control over Gaza and partially over Turkey in fierce competition with the Sabbatean-controlled Derin Devlet, Turkey’s Deep State domestic intelligence apparatus. 

Without being constituted as an intelligence service, the Muslim Brotherhood would never have been had been as successful as it was in wresting as much power as it did from the Derin Devlet. Muslim Brotherhood intelligence in Turkey is not an official intelligence organization but a clandestine entity that has successfully infiltrated the MIT (National Intelligence Organization) to the extent that the Derin Devlet and Muslim Brotherhood intelligence ferociously compete for control over the MIT.

Of course Erdogan has encouraged the Muslim Brotherhood intelligence attempted takeover of the MIT as resisted by the Derin Devlet as allied with Israel. The Muslim Brotherhood has since lost control over the Sudan and remains only in partial control over Turkey with the Derin Derin still firmly in strategic control over the state.

In partial control over the Republic of Turkey is the Muslim Brotherhood becoming a major international player and in particular is trying to influence the policies of Western liberal democracies with major Muslim minorities such as Sweden and the United States. This political empire is run through Muslim Brotherhood intelligence and the Muslim Brotherhood is as politically ambitious as ever, namely it is seeking the establishment of a global caliphate. Muslim Brotherhood inteligence has become the main tool in this long-term mission.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization.

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