Why the Case Against Huma Abedin Cannot Be Dismissed
The U.S. ignores Hillary Clinton's aide at its own risk.
July 4, 2011 - 11:40 pm
Any doubting Thomas must acknowledge the validity of The Sisterhood list because it follows the same agenda and direction shown on the Muslim Brotherhood’s official website, and it has been confirmed by Egyptian security services and top experts, including the Arab Center for Research and Studies, headed by researcher Abdul Rahim Ali.
To give you a taste of this bitter herb, we will examine a single name before we publish all 63. Take Najla Ali Mahmoud, who is supervised by her husband, Mohammed Aidalmrsi, member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Guidance Bureau and the current leader of the Justice and Freedom Party (the Brotherhood’s new propaganda name). He recently appeared on national television and explained why “Egypt needs to ban Western dress” and how “no one with a full mental faculty can believe in the Trinity.” He even condemned Egyptian monuments as “idols.” This group differs from the Taliban only in that it has a Western propaganda machine.
Will Egypt do to the Sphinx what the Taliban did to the Buddhist statues in Bamiyan, Afghanistan? Will Egypt perpetrate a holocaust on Coptic Christians who are already portrayed as having a mental deficiency for believing in the Trinity?
And while this “Goebbels” runs his propaganda machine, the naysayers demand evidence of Huma Abedin’s membership in this notorious group. Would someone have appointed the daughter of Magda and Joseph Goebbels as the deputy chief of staff for Cordell Hull — the U.S. secretary of state during World War II — arguing that she was not a member of the Nazi party?
It is not “racist” to compare the Muslim Brotherhood with the Nazis. Hassan Al-Banna, the grandfather of Tariq Ramadan (Ramadan’s ban from the U.S. was lifted by Clinton), collaborated with Hitler henchman Haj Amin al-Husseini, who became the Muslim Brotherhood leader after the war. Neither has the Brotherhood repented. They still take pride in their collaboration with the Nazis.
And while the U.S. House of Representatives debated whether to cut off funds for Obama’s military campaign in Libya, which aids the Brotherhood-backed rebels, Clinton challenged Congress over its position, asking, “Whose side are you on?”
This is a question the secretary of state should ask herself.
Even the team that was set up because of the State Department’s policy designed to “engage the moderate Muslim world” was infiltrated without even screening its contributor, the Muslim Brotherhood sympathizer and — Egyptian by heritage — Ground Zero mosque imam, Sheikh Feisal Abdul Rauf, who only moderates his tone in English.
Promoting a moderate Muslim Brotherhood is like promoting “capitalistic communism” to defeat Russia during the Cold War, or even a “pro-Jew Nazism” during World War II. A more current and real-life example is “Chrislam.”
Clinton’s “inclusion policy” has brought in spies, and this is how she plans to soften the Muslim Brotherhood? Clinton’s use of oxymoronic formulas to combat terrorism is worse than the moronic path taken by the likes of Jordanian doctor and double agent Humam al-Balawi — he killed his enemies, seven CIA agents, while we bolster the confidence of ours.
Huma Abedin was never properly screened, and unless this darling of Hillary Clinton answers some tough questions, the issues we set forth regarding the failure to screen her make for an ironclad case.
This article originally appeared in Human Events.