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July 6th, 2011
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SWC Criticizes White House for Deciding
to Formally Open Talks with 
Muslim Brotherhood
Rabbi Hier: “We should not be talking to an organization that can lay claim to being the world's leading purveyor of anti-Semitism and hatred of Jews."

The Simon Wiesenthal Center criticized
 the White House today for opening talks
 with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. 

The Center referred to a news

wire story quoting a unidentified senior U.S. official 
and confirmed today by Secretary of State Hillary 
Clinton, citing, “The Brotherhood’s rise in political 
prominence” as the reason for the change in the
 White House position. “The political landscape in
 Egypt may have changed since the end of the 
Mubarak regime,” said Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder and
 dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. “But the
 Brotherhood’s hatred of Jews and Israel has not 
changed at all. This seems like a sell out to the
 European position and I hope it is not a signal that
 the United States will acquiesce to Europe and begin
 talking to Hamas as well.”

A few weeks ago, the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood
 in Egypt, Mohamed Badie (pictured left) said, “Allah has 
warned us the tricks of the Jews, and their role in igniting 
the fire of wars… and they labor hard to spread
 corruption on earth: and Allah does not love the 
spreaders of corruption.” 

Rabbi Hier continued, “We should not be talking to

 an organization that can lay claim to being the
 world's leading purveyor of anti-Semitism and hatred
 of Jews. Legitimizing the Muslim Brotherhood sends
 the wrong message that you can hate Jews, and still 
sit and talk with world leaders.”

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