Al-Qaeda does its enemy a favor with its honesty. The Muslim Brotherhood does not make the same mistake. It is more politically savvy and aware of how it can manipulate the minds of Westerners with soft language. The Islamist group is trying to clean up its image, most recently by deleting its objectives from its English-language website.
The Investigative Project on Terrorism discovered that the English version of the Muslim Brotherhood's official website no longer includes its bylaws and it makes sense why. One of them is "the need to work on establishing the Islamic State, which seeks to effectively implement the provisions of Islam and its teachings" and "defend the [Islamic] nation against its internal enemies." Another is to "insist to liberate the Islamic nation from the yoke of foreign rule, help safeguard the rights of Muslims everywhere and unite Muslims around the world."
"The sincere support for a global cooperation in accordance with the provisions of the Islamic Sharia, which would safeguard the personal rights, freedom of speech for active and constructive participation towards building a new basis of human civilization as is ensured by the overall teachings of Islam," another one reads.