Submitted by David Livingstone on Fri, 03/04/2016
… As shown by Rudolph Peters, beginning in the seventeenth century, for the first time in its history, the Islamic world was hit by a wave of what scholars refer to as “Revivalists.”
What they all had in common was a reverence of a controversial 13th
century scholar named Ibn Taymiyya. … While they are often mistakenly referred to as Sunni “reformers”, they had fallen outside of Sunni tradition for their rejection of the Madhhabs, in favor of renewed interpretation.
The most notorious amongst these was a British agent by the name of Mohammed Ibn Abdul Wahhab, who founded Wahhabism (See The Medieval Roots of Jihad
. icliks), which became the official cult of the State of Saudi Arabia, named after his sponsor, Ibn Saud, who was also brought to power through British support. In the 20th
century, Wahhabism merged with Salafism, which was founded by another British agent, named Jamal ud Din al Afghani, who was Grand Master of Freemasonry in Egypt. Additionally, as shown in Terrorism and the Illuminati
as well as Black Terror White Soldiers
, Afghani was an enormously influential figure in the occult world. According to historian K. Paul Johnson, he was the source of the ideas of H.P. Blavatsky, who is regarded as the “godmother” of the New Age movement, and whose tomes are considered the “scripture” of Freemasonry. Through Blavatsky’s influenced emerged the Golden Dawn and the godfather of 20th
century Satanism, Aleister Crowley. From their influence emerged the German Nazi movement. Afghani has also been claimed as the source of the Masonic teachings of the renegade Nation of Islam. …
Going by the name of Haji Sharif, Afghani inspired Saint-Yves d’Alveydre who founded synarchism, which has been the basis of 20th century fascism, particularly the infamous Gladio. Gladio were an international network of fascist terrorists, secretly deployed by the CIA and NATO to counter communist influence in the World. One such faction was the Muslim Brotherhood, which was founded by Hasan al Banna, a follower of Afghani’s Salafism.
The purpose of Gladio was to carry out false-flag terrorist operations which would then be blamed on their enemies the communists. The Muslim Brotherhood would be used for similar violent ends, but under the cover of Islam. …