The Money Jihad blog has posted an interesting report on Muslim Brotherhood affiliated charities in the the South American country Guyana. From the introduction:
In 1838, the British began an eighty-year effort to move nearly one-quarter of a million workers from India to British Guiana (now simply “Guyana”) in South America. The Indians migrants were mostly Hindu, but as many as 16 percent were Muslim. In the 1900s as Guyana’s anti-“imperialist,” pro-independence, and pro-communist forces took root, Guyana began aligning itself with international troublemakers such as Iran—after the Iranian Revolution. Partly because of its Muslim population, Guyana has historically practiced an anti-Israel foreign policy. The Islamic character of Guyana has been intensified in recent decades by the efforts of Sunni Arabs who have moved to, agitated in, and spread Gulf money around Guyana. For more about the Islamist Arabization of Guyana’s Muslim population, see this Project for the Research of Islamist Movements (PRISM) report from the Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center. The Islamic trend has gained exposure lately because a former member of Guyana’s parliament, Abdul Kadir, is currently on trial for a bomb plot against JFK airport.
Read the rest here.