Erick Stackelbeck talked about his book, The Brotherhood: America’s Next Great Enemy, in which he chronicles the history of the Muslim… read more
Erick Stackelbeck talked about his book, The Brotherhood: America’s Next Great Enemy, in which he chronicles the history of the Muslim Brotherhood and the influence it wields in Egypt and across the Middle East today. Mr. Stacklebeck argued that even though Mohamed Morsi, a leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood, was recently ousted as president of Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood is still a dangerous group that shouldn’t be taken lightly. close
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Erick Stakelbeck Analyst Christian Broadcasting Network News->Terrorism
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