The Background and Beginning of the Muslim Brotherhood

Historical beginnings

This class covers the background behind the creation of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hassan Al-Banna's work, including his relationship with Adolf Hitler all the way to Sayyid Qutb's creation of the threat doctrine of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Paul Sutliff
Paul Sutliff

About the instructor

A relentless fact-finder and uncompromising researcher, Paul Sutliff has gained a rather controversial reputation as a skilled tactician in exposing the seedy underbelly that is Islamic terrorism both stateside and abroad. Author of the acclaimed Civilization Jihad and the Myth of Moderate Islam (2016). Mr. Sutliff has a post-graduate Certificate in Intelligence Analysis from Henley-Putnam University,a Master’s of Science in Education from Nazareth College of Rochester in Special Education, and  a BA in Religion and Philosophy from Roberts Wesleyan College. 

Mr. Sutliff’s work has been published in the Peoples Pundit Daily, Campus Watch, the Middle East Forum, The,  The Counter Jihad and Brenner Brief News and more. Mr. Sutliff’s personal blog nimbly exposes a wealth of misinformation readily championed by the main-stream, left-leaning media with only the facts, figures and particulars that an academic can bring to the discussion. A feared orator, Yale University's President has repeatedly dodged Mr. Sutliff’s requests to debate based on Sutliff’s unveiling of the university’s murky relationship with terrorist financiers.  

Mr. Sutliff has appeared on numerous radio outlets and programs, In September of 2016 he broadcasted his first show, Civilization Jihad Awareness on Global Patriot Radio network (Blog Talk and continues to bring provocative guests and stimulate engaging conversation.  Mr. Sutliff’s work has received accolades from National Security experts and Counter Terrorism Experts worldwide.

What's included?

7 Videos
3 Quizzes
3 Texts
4 Disqus

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