The Masonic Roots of Muslim Thinkers: Who’s the Muslim?
Hasan Yahya, professor of comparative Sociology
Reading recent documented history of Islamic movements especially leadership thinkers such as al Afghani, Muhammad Abdu, Rashid Rida, and the Muslim Brothers movement, describing their involvement in masonic movements or CIA recruits to serve foreign interests, throw heavily the question: Who’s the Muslim? I began to doubt myself! Several leaders in this survey are surveyed, we may conclude certain conclusion against these movements. But we will give readers to reach their own conclusion.
1. Jamal ud Din Al Afghani
Jamal ud Din Al Afghani, and Muhammad Abduh are documented to be freemasons in the service of British Government, through their membership in the Oxford freemasons movement established for the purpose of creating Salafi movement in outside Britain under the freemason control…
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