Muslim World League

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The Muslim World League (MWL; Arabic: رابطة العالم الاسلامي, romanized: Rabitat al-Alam al-Islami, Arabic pronunciation: [ra:bitˤat al ʕa:lami al isla:mij]) is a Saudi government-sponsored NGO which claims that it seeks to advance moderate Islamic values on an international scale.[1] Despite that claim, there is overwhelming evidence that the Muslim World League is in fact much more radical than it presents itself, and has even played a significant role in spreading the Wahhabist ideology which serves as the basis for both al-Qaeda and ISIS.[2][3][4][5]

According to former Breitbart contributor Lee Stranahan, the Muslim World League has strong connections with the Deep State and its sponsor, the Saudi government, has been behind a multi-billion dollar propaganda campaign to mislead Americans into believing the Muslim Brotherhood is behind various activities which were actually the work of the Muslim World League.[6] It is likely that this propaganda campaign was designed to frame Saudi rivals such as Iran, Qatar, and Turkey for Saudi-sponsored acts of terrorism. It is also likely that neocons working at the federal level are in on this propaganda campaign.