The Nazi History of the Muslim Brotherhood: Would we sit and interfaith dialogue with the Nazis in the 1930s so we might find where we agree? Would we invite a Nazi into a church to explain his view of Nazism unrefuted? Would we ask a Nazi to make a video or write a book so that Christians can better understand the true face of Nazism? Would we say we sense a kindred spirit with a Nazi? Would we say it was an honor to have you in our presence? Would we call a Nazi a mentor? Would we boast that we learned a lot about Nazism from a Nazi? Would we defend a Nazi when he calls the Jews and Christians filthy and worthy of having their life and property taken? Then how can Christians accept when pastors all over America are sitting in interfaith dialogues with Muslim Brotherhood proponents and Muslim Brotherhood front groups? How does Brannon believe so-called American Christians are repeating a very similar mistake as that of the German Christians in the 1930s when they brought Nazism into their churches and gave it a platform?
James White sat in a church in Memphis and engaged in an interfaith dialogue with Islamic Imam Yasir Qadhi who is part of the Muslim brotherhood, as documented by numerous sources. If the supporters of James White can jettison the Word of God that forbids such spiritual enterprises as documented in 2 Corinthians 6:14 or 2 John 9-11, can they also jettison the history and facts about the Muslim Brotherhood? Are these people now ready to spin the facts about the Muslim Brotherhood and their explicit involvement in the Nazi Holocaust and justify lifting up and promoting a Muslim Brotherhood proponent in an interfaith dialogue? Brannon believes that it is sad that many of the evangelical intelligentsia are about to be further revealed for the non-thinking, group consensus, pragmatic, good ol' boy compromisers that they are when it comes to this black and white issue of James White and Yasir Qadhi that they are defending.
When one sits with a Muslim Brotherhood proponent and participant, they are sitting with a man whose Muslim Brotherhood organization dates back to Adolf Hitler. The founder of the Muslim Brotherhood was Hassan al-Banna, and he and Muslim Brotherhood Mufti of Jerusalem, Mohammed Amin al-Husseini, both worked closely with Adolf Hitler to murder the Jews. It was al-Husseini that was the big proponent of the final solution so that Jews would not end up in Jerusalem. He was able to convince some of Hitler's top people not to let the Jews be exported to other lands. Instead, the Mufti of Jerusalem convinced Hitler and his top men to exterminate them. Listen and learn from this vital and firmly documented history and what we can learn from it as Christians in America. If Christians in the 1930s would be wrong to sit with a Nazi in an interfaith dialogue in a church seeking where they might agree, how can Christians in 2017 sit with a Muslim Brotherhood proponent and seek the same? How is it any different when you understand the worldview and history of the Muslim Brotherhood? Muslim brotherhood is Islamic-nazism!