Video: ACU's Suhail Khan declares that there is no Muslim Brotherhood in the United States
Suhail Khan is a member of the American Conservative Union's board of directors. ACU hosts and operates the Conservative Political Action Committee's annual conference, and during this week's CPAC conference in Washington, Khan has come under fire for alleged links to the Muslim Brotherhood. During a panel on conservative inclusion at CPAC on Saturday, Khan flatly declared that there is no Muslim Brotherhood in the United States. The Tatler has obtained video of Khan's remarks, below.
The Muslim Brotherhood identifies many front groups in their own internal documents, documents which were entered into evidence by federal prosecutors in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism trial. A simple Google search of "Muslim Brotherhood United States" also easily proves Khan's assertion to be false. Numerous groups working in the United States, in various capacities, have been provably linked to the Muslim Brotherhood. To note but one prominent example, the Council on American Islamic Relations, CAIR, has been identified by the FBI as a group connected with the Muslim Brotherhood, and Hamas. Hamas itself is the Palestinian affiliate for the Muslim Brotherhood.
The video was shot and brought to PJTV by the Florida Security Council, floridasecuritycouncil.org, led by Tom Trento, J. Mark Campbell and Randy McDaniels.