An organizer of a Muslim Brotherhood-linked rally explicitly acknowledged its "friendship" with both the Brotherhood and "the Jewish Voice for Justice and Peace," apparently referring the Jewish Voice for Peace. The organization is at the forefront of activism against Israel and the "Islamophobes" that stand against American Islamists, earning the affection of the Brotherhood's allies.
The statement was made at a rally in Washington, D.C. led by Egyptian Americans for Democracy and Human Rights. The event was not only linked to the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood. It was linked directly to the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood.
One of the speakers was Abdul Mawgoud Dardery, a spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party in Egypt. A receptionist at the news conference was even recorded by the Investigative Project on Terrorism saying, "This is a Muslim Brotherhood meeting."