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The Secret Apparatus
Egyptian hero, author, and world-renowned commentator Ibrahim Issa interviewed Cynthia Farahat on her upcoming book, The Secret Apparatus: The Muslim Brotherhood's Industry of Death.
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By SADF – Nov. 30, 2022 Online conversation on The West, a New Haven for the ‘Muslim Brotherhood’s Planetary Nebula’? On November the 29th at 16H.00 (CET), SADF promoted an online conversation in the web platform StreamYard titled ‘The West, a New Haven for the ‘Muslim Brotherhood’s Planetary Nebula’?’ The conversation included the Member of the European Parliament (EPP, […]
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Originally published in Gatestone Institute on Nov. 25, 2022 By Cynthia Farahat Bahgat Saber, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, operates from his New York apartment and often streams live videos from Times Square. During his multi-hour videos, Saber routinely incites terrorism, assassinations, kidnapping and torture in an extremely graphic manner. The calls for violence […]
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About Cynthia

Cynthia Farahat

Cynthia Farahat is an Egyptian-American author, columnist, counter-terrorism expert, and fellow at the Middle East Forum. She is happily married to retired Supervisory Special Agent and thriller author Jeffrey James Higgins.

In 2003, Ms. Farahat co-founded the Liberal Egyptian Party in Egypt (previously known as Misr al-Um), which advocated for human rights, peace with Israel, capitalism, and secularism. She studied Sunni and Shi’a Islamic jurisprudence and histories for more than twenty years and co-authored Desecration of A Heavenly Religion (in Arabic) in 2008. For her efforts, Al-Azhar University banned her book for its criticism of Egypt’s blasphemy law. She was banned from Lebanon and landed on the hit list of an Qaeda-affiliated group in Egypt.

After her brother was tortured by Islamists in President Hosni Mubarak’s regime, her friend was murdered, and the Muslim Brotherhood tried to assassinate her on October 9, 2011 Farahat immigrated to the United States three weeks later. Farahat has testified before the U.S. House of Representatives, briefed more than two hundred congressional offices, and advised several intelligence and law enforcement agencies. Her work has been published in numerous national and international publications and has been translated into more than fifteen languages.

While writing her book, The Secret Apparatus: The Muslim Brotherhood’s Industry of Death, she was battling Inflammatory Breast Cancer and Multiple Sclerosis. Farahat’s drive to speak on behalf of the millions of victims of the Muslim Brotherhood compelled her to work under severe adversity to expose the world’s most intricate jihadist enterprise.

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