That vision, like the Muslim Brotherhood's, identifies America and Israel as the "Great Satan" and "Little Satan" respectively, who must be demolished to pave the way for a purifying, redemptive utopia. These common enemies unite progressives and Islamic fundamentalists in what David Horowitz has coined an “unholy alliance.” As Andrew C. McCarthy writes in The Grand Jihad, "With their collectivist philosophy, transnational outlook, totalitarian demands, and revolutionary designs, Islamists are natural allies of the radical Left."
Thus Soros and his spokesmen like Muasher see opportunity in the unrest roiling the Middle East and North Africa -- opportunity to support the enemy of their enemy. The numerous ties of Soros and his Shadow Party cohorts have been documented; they include the master puppeteer's own Open Society Institute and various anti-Western Islamist groups in the revolutions. It has been confirmed, for instance, that the International Crisis Group (ICG), led in part by Soros, has long petitioned for the Egyptian government to "normalize" ties with the previously banned Brotherhood -- for example, in a June 2008 report called “Egypt’s Muslim Brothers: Confrontation or Integration?” And this talking point is echoed by Brian Katulis, senior fellow at the Soros-funded Center for American Progress: "Any real democratic opening would lead to greater participation of groups like the Muslim Brotherhood in a future Egyptian government." ..."