[size=46]Muslim Brotherhood Founder Was a Jew, Says Retired Egyptian General[/size]
Retired Egyptian General Fouad Fayoud: Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna was a Jew; Israel’s Mossad wants to “tear apart” Arab countries with sectarian conflict.
Speaking on Egypt’s Channel 1 on Oct. 27, Fayoud said al-Banna had lived in a neighborhood inhabited by Moroccan Jews, and had been known as “the watchmaker,” a profession Fayoud said was practiced exclusively by Jews at that time.
Fayoud went on to claim that Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency had agents inside Egypt and other Arab countries, such as Lebanon, Syria and Iraq, who were fomenting sectarian conflict.
Fouad Fayoud: “The Muslim Brotherhood began with Imam Hassan al-Banna, who was the founder and leader of that movement. Hassan al-Banna was also known as Hassan al-Sa’ati [“the watchmaker”]. In 1928, this profession was held only by Jews. They knew how to repair watches. Al-Banna used to live in Beheira [Governorate], which was inhabited by Moroccan Jews. The tomb of Rabbi [Yaakov] Abuhatzeira is there [, in the city of Damanhur].
I heard a recording from the Libyan radio. … They caught a mosque preacher and imam named Abu Hafs. This Abu Hafs was actually a Mossad agent named Binyamin Israel. He grew a beard, trimmed his moustache and worked as a preacher and imam in Libya. I have a recording of this. As an imam and preacher, this Abu Hafs recruited 200 people in order to send them to wreak havoc in Egypt. Here, we had … In Tahrir Square, there was a guy who held up a sign attacking [then U.S. President Barack] Obama. It said: ‘This is a revolution for honor, not a revolution of the hungry.’ Who was this rebellious young man? Ilan Stein Grappel, an Israeli Mossad officer.”