The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch
The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch (GMBDW) was created in order to monitor the daily activities of the Global Muslim Brotherhood. Each day, a large variety of news and other sources are sifted in order to identify the most relevant developments and which are presented in the form of postings referencing the original source material along with additional commentary and/or historical background . The GMBDW represents neither a political nor a religious point of view and seeks only to present the best available and reliable information on the daily activities of the Global Muslim Brotherhood. The GMBDW is read widely by US government agencies as well as by other governments and users worldwide.
The GMBDW is edited by Steven Merley, an investigator and intelligence specialist who since 1992 has specialized in the investigation of political extremism, beginning with the investigation of hate crimes and rightwing extremist groups in the United States. Since September 11, 2001, Mr. Merley has been collecting and analyzing intelligence on the Muslim Brotherhood in throughout the world. His work as an Investigative Researcher with the Wall Street Journal was used in a series of five articles on the European Muslim Brotherhood which appeared in the Journal during 2004. Mr. Merley is a former Senior Analyst with the NEFA Foundation, an anti-terrorist think tank as well as a Chief Analyst for Kronos Advisory, founded by Major Gen James E. Livingston, USMC (Ret), a recipient of America’s highest military honor, the Medal of Honor. Other clients for his work have included NGOs, US think-tanks, and documentary filmmakers and he has authored numerous investigative reports on the Global Muslim Brotherhood. Mr. Merley has given presentations at Harvard and at McGill University in Canada and spoken at events sponsored by the US State Department and privately for Congressional staffers and US government counter-terrorism specialists. He has also spoken twice at the European Parliament and in June 2013 presented a seminar at the British Parliament. His presentation at the British Parliament was the subject of a UK magazine article written by the renowned British journalist John Ware.