The Biden regime is pressuring Egypt to free 16 Muslim Brotherhood terrorists, threatening to cut off $130 million in U.S. counter-terrorism aid to the country if the terrorists aren't freed.
The Muslim Brotherhood has been a thorn in the side of the Egyptian government since it was founded in 1928 by a young schoolteacher, Hasan al-Banna. In its first 20 years it gained about half a million members with hundreds of branches worldwide, including the United States, where it operates through various front groups.
The Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) worked hard to get His Fraudulency President-select Joe Biden into the White House, and now it’s time for payback. On Tuesday, the sinister organization that the establishment media routinely presents as a benign human rights group released what it called “a detailed agenda detailing policy changes that the Biden-Harris administration should pursue within its first 100 days in office to restore the rights of Americans Muslims and advance justice for all.” “Restore the rights of American Muslims”? What rights have they been denied? If you said “none,” you’re correct, but CAIR’s wishlist emanates from the bizarro world of the group’s relentless efforts to secure coveted victimhood status for Muslims in the U.S.