A terror in Germany
The Islamic Center is Munich filled the void left by other groups, and focused on advocacy activities to attract Muslims, while convincing authorities that its activity was not incompatible with the culture of the country and its laws.
The Germans have become aware, especially since the rise of the Islamic State (ISIS), of the Brotherhood’s effort to reposition itself as a non-threatening alternative to the jihadists like ISIS and Al-Qaeda — and German intelligence is also well-aware of the problems that the Brotherhood in reality poses to society. In the case of ICG, for example, the leaders pay lip service to moderation, while privately supporting the transformation of Germany into an Islamic state “in the medium term,” German journalist Axel Spilcker wrote in a widely circulated German magazine
This lead to expelled the Brotherhood’s fronts, including the Islamic Center in Munich and the Tabba Union of the Muslim Brotherhood, from the elections held on 9/18/2022, Ibrahim Al-Zayat