This story is dated Aug. 17, 2013, so if things have changed since Tony Abbott took office, please let me know. Sydney’s Egyptian community has revealed that the Muslim Brotherhood movement behind now ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi has opened an office in the western suburbs.
SMH (h/t OzzSue) The office is believed to be the first in the southern hemisphere and the Australian Securities & Investments Commission records show it has been open for business in Padstow since it was registered in the association name, Moslem Brothers Incorporated, nearly two years ago.
Details of the Australian group emerged after claims that the Brotherhood had ”sleeper cells” in Australia that remained hidden and only became activated when asked to do something. But the group said it is not hidden and has ”nothing to hide or to be ashamed of”.
Moslem Brothers chairman Shawky Elghar said: ”We are operating openly in Egypt under the Egyptian law and in Australia under Australian law. We protest for human rights and against the violence and the right of the Egyptian people to elect their government, their constitution and their president.” (LIES)
The Muslim Brotherhood has been banned in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, and Russia. So why is it still allowed to operate in the US, UK, EU, and Australia?