• Yes, The Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist organization

    The Muslim Brotherhood is most certainly a terrorist organization. They have taken responsibility for many car bombings that have killed at least 15 people. The Brotherhood was not always a terrorist organization. Since their being declared a terrorist organization, their acts have become more radical. The recent crackdown will inevitably drive more and more of the Brotherhoods members to terrorism.

  • They impose by force.

    Yes, I think that the Muslim Brotherhood are terrorists, because they use threats and force to impose their will. The Muslim Brotherhood has been ruthless against Christians in Egypt. Many have died, simply because they want to impose their way of life, even if people have to suffer and die. That is terrorism.

  • The Muslim Brotherhood are not terrorists.

    The Muslim Brotherhood does not intend to spread terror. They intend to spread the Muslim way of life through government. The terrorists that we typically think of may be Muslims, and may have even supported or been supported by the Muslim Brotherhood at one time or another. The organization itself is not created, run, nor intends to incite terror or fear. They intend to create Muslim countries and followers through indoctrination and propaganda.

  • All Muslims are not terrorist

    No. I do not believe that the Muslim Brotherhood are terrorist. I am not in the market of grouping people together because of their religion. Every member of the Muslim Brotherhood or maybe none of the Muslim Brotherhood are terrorist of any kind. It is rude and inconsiderate to think that any group as a whole would have the same thoughts or actions of another. In history we know that Christians have executed some heinous crimes, but they are not all group together.

  • the muslim brotherhood

    I personally disagree,Egypt's interim government officially declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization on Wednesday, blamed it for a bombing this week that killed 16 people, and announced that anyone who is a member of the group will be punished.Hossam Issa, the interim minister of higher education and a deputy prime minister, announced the Cabinet's decision on state-run al-Masriaya television.

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