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How is Huma Abedin connected to Egypt’s new President?
By admin on June 24, 2012 in Blog, General
Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack
It was encouraging to see five sitting US Congressmen – led by Rep. Michele Bachmann – send a letter to the Office of the Inspector General at the State Department recently; it made reference to the familial relationships Huma Abedin – Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Chief of Staff and closest advisor – has to the Muslim Brotherhood. Abedin has much fewer than six degrees of separation (1 or 2 depending on your interpretation) from Egypt’s newly elected Muslim Brotherhood president – Mohammed Mursi.
One year ago, when Walid discovered the names of 63 leaders who make up the Muslim Sisterhood – which is essentially nothing more than the female version of the Brotherhood – we learned that Huma’s mother, Saleha, was one of those leaders. Little attention has been paid to the other 62 leaders, however. One of them is Najla Ali Mahmoud, the wife of Mursi. Both are members of the Guidance Bureau, which proves fallacious, the claim that Najla is just an innocent and naïve spouse.
King wrote to Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano on Sunday to ask several questions about Hani Nour Eldin's visit last week. Eldin is a member of Egypt's parliament, but he is also a member of Gamaa Islamiya, or the the Islamic Group, which has been linked to violence in Egypt and is a designated terrorist organization.
"Mr. Eldin's membership in the Islamic Group is a matter of public record, and reportedly even disclosed on his Facebook page," King wrote.
"I am aware that there may be legitimate diplomatic reasons to grant a member of a designated foreign terrorist organization a visa to visit the United States, such as for example in furtherance of peace negotiations," he added. "However, the nature of Eldin's visit suggests an absence of full vetting rather than a policy choice, or perhaps a break-down in the screening missions of and coordination among our federal agencies."
Originally posted by something wicked
Originally posted by timetothink
reply to post by something wicked
I don't think I could see Reagan calling up Egypt and saying great job electing the Muslim Brotherhood!
So Reagan would have been happier to see a country being oppressed under a dictatorship? If you like.
Are you chanelling his thoughts by any chance? You seem convinced what he would or wouldn't do.
Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
I love how some people only like a democracy if they elect someone who thinks like they do.
Here is a newsflash...the people of Egypt can elect whoever they want. As the leader of our country, Obama should recognize and congratulate anyone who has won a democratic election...even if we don't personally agree with their viewpoint.
Originally posted by Surfrat
Actually Mr. Obama has proven that he is neither Christian nor Muslim in his embrace of gay marriages and support of abortions. Muslims and Christians both are against these practices