Homeland Security Adviser Mohamed Elibiary Goes on Hate-Filled Anti-Christian Rant, Attacks Jindal as 'Bottom Feeder'
Obama administration Muslim adviser Mohamed Elibiary is no stranger to regular PJ Media readers.
In September, Elibiary was unceremoniously removed from his fellowship position with the Department of Homeland Security, which he tried to spin as a "resignation," but letters sent to members of Congress by DHS officials indicated he would not be reappointed.
Undoubtedly, one of the chief reasons for DHS cutting ties with Elibiary was a long string of extremist statements he had been making on Twitter, including talking about the inevitability of the return of an ISIS-style caliphate -- tweets that were subsequently used by ISIS supporters for recruiting purposes.
But Elibiary has apparently not learned his lesson, engaging in a hate-filled anti-Christian rant on Twitter yesterday, even going so far to attack Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal as a "bottom feeder":
— Mohamed Elibiary ن (@MohamedElibiary) January 28, 2015
Nor, as you'll see below, is this the first time he has indulged in his anti-Christian bigotry. Before revisiting his Twitter meltdown, perhaps it's useful to revisit some of Elibiary's greatest hits:
- In 2003, Elibiary was listed as a board member for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Dallas chapter, which was founded by now-convicted Hamas operative Ghassan Elashi. In 2008, federal prosecutors declared in a federal court brief that "from its founding by Muslim Brotherhood leaders, CAIR conspired with other affiliates of the Muslim Brotherhood to support terrorists.
- In Dec 2004, Elibiary was a featured speaker at a Dallas rally honoring the Ayatollah Khomeini as a "Great Islamic Visionary," an event the Dallas Morning News called a "disgrace.”
- Immediately after the Fort Hood massacre in November 2009, Dallas Morning News editor Rod Dreher recounted Elibiary's strident defense of jihadist ideologue Sayyid Qutb, whom the 9/11 Commission identified as the chief architect of Al-Qaeda's ideology.
- In April 2010, he published an op-ed at Fox News pleading with the Obama administration to not kill senior Al-Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki.
- In June 2010, he attacked the Supreme Court after they upheld the material support for terrorism statute in an op-ed for the Dallas Morning News.
- In October 2011, I reported exclusively here at PJ Media that Elibiary had downloaded sensitive documents by the Texas Dept. of Public Safety from a secure DHS database, and then unsuccessfully tried to shop them to the media claiming then-Gov. Rick Perry was running an "Islamophobic" operation. Despite multiple claims by top DHS officials that an internal investigation exonerated Elibiary, in Sept 2013 DHS admitted in response to the Judicial Watch FOIA request that no records related to any internal investigation existed, prompting members of Congress to claim DHS was engaged in a cover-up. Texas DPS, having conducted their own investigation, severed their relationship with Elibiary.
- After 30 million Egyptians took to the streets to remove Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi, leading to his ouster, Elibiary added a Muslim Brotherhood logo to his Twitter avatar in solidarity with the extremist Islamic group.
- In November 2013, Elibiary took to Twitter to announce that the U.S. was a shariah-compliant Islamic country.
So that provides some context for his hate-filled Twitter rant yesterday. Elibiary began his meltdown by denouncing "guilt by association," and then engaged in the very group scapegoating ("Christianist culture wars") he had just condemned:
We don't assign collective guilt 2 whole groups of fellow Americans under our constitution & laws. #Chistianists culture wars are just that. — Mohamed Elibiary ن (@MohamedElibiary) January 27, 2015
When I started TW'n in 2012, I told y'all that the real driving force for the #FarRight is the religion of Islam itself. Hence #Islamophobia — Mohamed Elibiary ن (@MohamedElibiary) January 28, 2015
He then launched into a rage about "Christianist subculture":
— Mohamed Elibiary ن (@MohamedElibiary) January 27, 2015
In #GOP, many of us understand & will continue to contain advocacy of this #Christianist subculture eager for social discrimination & wars. — Mohamed Elibiary ن (@MohamedElibiary) January 27, 2015
#Christianist sub-culture of #Evangelicals is sizable in millions, but at end of the day geographically, culturally & politically contained. — Mohamed Elibiary ن (@MohamedElibiary) January 27, 2015
"Christianist" is a slur invented by Leftist reactionaries to attack Christians who take their faith seriously and are politically involved. And yet if Elibiary's co-conspirators at CAIR can denounce the use of the term "Islamist," as they recently did, isn't it equally bigoted and unfair to use the term "Christianist" to attack Elibiary's perceived enemies?