Kuala Lumpur Summit 2019—the Future of Extremist Ideology


by Khaled Hamoud Alshareef

Ironically three of the four attending heads of states are the reason behind the majority of the Muslim world woes.

What seemed as an Islamic summit called by Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is actually a Jihadists summit with the participation of terrorist backers—Iran, Turkey and Qatar.

The Summit played the usual populist card of claiming that the summit aims to solve the problems of the Islamic world.

Ironically three of the four attending heads of states are the reason behind the majority of the Muslim world woes.

Also, the presence of figures known to belong to the Muslim Brotherhood, or their support for terrorist groups at the Islamist summit, which implicated Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in the uphill battle to regain support for Hassan Rouhani, Erdogan and Tamim.

Like the “Al Qaeda Summit” in “Kuala Lumpur” in the year 2000, which, according to what was revealed by the American intelligence services, had brought togather the planners and supporters of the Twin Towers bombings, it will become clear to you the similarity of the motives for holding this mini-summit, its board of directors and the actors in this group of extremists.

In 2014, “Mahathir Muhammad” founded “Kuala Lumpur Forum for Thought and Civilization”, he personally presides over it, provided that the forum will be hosted in different countries whose governments are allied with the Muslim Brotherhood.

Offshoots of the forum were held in Turkey, Sudan and Tunisia, in attendance of various Islamist organizations and movements and their leaders, and of course alongside all branches of the Brotherhood and its subscribers.

The exiled Indian MB preacher Dr. Zakir Naik is seen with Turkish President Erdogan at the KL summit. Naik is known for deeming suicide missions permissible while quoting the verdicts of Salman Audah and Safar Hawali.

VPs were appointed, among them the first VP is the Mauritania extremist scholar Mohamed Ould Al-Dadou Al-Shanqeeti who is member of the Board of Trustees of the International Union of Muslim Scholars in Qatar, and also the Mufti of the armed “jihadist” groups.

Second VP is, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister in the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and the third VP is Ali Othman Taha who is former Sudanese Vice President to Omar al-Bashir, and the forth VP is Abdel Razzaq Maqri the grand “Morshid” of the Muslim Brotherhood in Algeria, who took over as Secretary-General of the forum.

The Iranian attendance and participation, in what he described as the mini-Islamic summit, came as response to the recent events that pushed Iran to a corner as it face tough sanctions, uprisings in Iran, Iraq and Lebanon.

Uprising against the Mullah regime over raised gasoline prices.

Indonesian and Pakistani withdrawal was based on their desire to distance themselves from the troubled and problematic Summit.

Additionally, they couldn’t risk diving their own countries as Saudi Arabia still hold great support and loyalty among the citizens of Pakistan and Indonesia.

The Islamists are retreating and getting restless that the world supports the efforts of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates in eradicating the Islamist ideology and pushing them to accept the need for change and abandon all the extremist teaching they embrace.

Khaled Homoud Alshareef holds PhD in Business and he earned Masters in Philosophy. He regularly tweets under @0khalodi0.

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