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MB Reaffirms its Commitment to Peaceful Change, Rejects Violence
MB Reaffirms its Commitment to Peaceful Change, Rejects Violence
We, at Ikhwanweb, despite all the attempts to disseminate a spirit of cultural conflict between Islam and the West, affirm that our path and goals will remain clear and that we will continue to follow them as we will continue to call for dialogue and gap-bridging and raise the voice of moderateness: No to the new fascism, no to Naziism, and no to hatred!
Wednesday, June 17,2009 05:32
IkhwanWeb

 In the context of the ongoing Ikhwanphobia campaigns launched against the MB by the rightist Zionist circles in America, The Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT)  published   a biased analysis in which it accused the MB of possessing a military wing in Egypt. Since this accusation has been repeated recently by certain circles and societies linked with extreme rightist trends in the United States we would like to clarify the following facts:
 
The MB is a peaceful society following a reform agenda and believes in democracy, development, and peaceful and gradual reform as the only legitimate means for change.
 
There is absolutely no such thing as a
military wing stemming from the MB society and such accusations being made by the enemies of the MB are only hate-based stereotypes, lies, and distortions.
 
The MB had previously
declared, time and again, their clear and firm condemnation  of the acts carried out by violent groups.
 
The MB also clearly differentiates between legitimate resistance against occupation and terrorism which targets innocent civilians.
        
We, at Ikhwanweb, believe that the seasonal campaigns
launched against the MB in the West are linked with the progressing participation  between the MB and the moderate circles in the West and that these campaigns are being managed by suspicious and anti-Islam parties.
 
We, at Ikhwanweb, despite all the attempts to disseminate a spirit of cultural conflict between Islam and the West, affirm that our
path and goals will remain clear and that we will continue to follow them as we will continue to call for dialogue  and gap-bridging and raise the voice of moderation


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