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Obama ‘letting Muslim Brotherhood run anti-terror ops’

September 9, 2013

The Obama administration allowed into government agencies Islamic groups and  activists tied to the Muslim Brotherhood who now influence U.S. anti-terrorism  policies and endanger the nation, charges a newly released book.

In “Impeachable  Offenses: The Case to Remove Barack Obama from Office,” New York Times  bestselling authors Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott document Obama not only  aided the rise to power of Islamic extremist groups in the Middle East but  ushered likeminded extremists into the gates of the White House, with Muslim  Brotherhood groups serving on important national security advisory boards.

The book further raises questions about whether the Obama administration  exposed national security information to U.S. enemies through Huma Abedin,  Hillary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, who has deep personal and family  associations with Islamic extremists and even terrorist organizations, according  to Klein and Elliott.

Muslim planet

Klein and Elliott warn that while there are various Muslim Brotherhood  factions and political branches, each share the goal of establishing a  comprehensive Muslim world order by means of a long-term, multiple-stage  process, with the end game, the book alleges, being a planet run according to  Islamic law.

Aaron  Klein’s “Impeachable Offenses: The Case to Remove Barack Obama from Office” is  available now, autographed, at WND’s Superstore

In the United States, the Brotherhood quietly founded multiple organizations  and networks, mostly funded by Persian Gulf states, according to “Impeachable  Offenses.”

These groups seek influence by lobbying sympathetic members of Congress and  infiltrating organizations aligned with various Palestinian and Islamic causes.  Identifying these organizations and exposing the agendas of the activists who  run them is often difficult, notes the authors, since the groups repeatedly deny  ties to the Brotherhood, especially after the 9/11 attacks.

Muslim Brotherhood in the White House

Speaking in February 2010 at what became a controversial question-and-answer  session with Muslim law students at New York University, current CIA director  John Brennan announced the Obama administration was working to calibrate  policies in the fight against terrorism that ensure Americans are “never”  profiled.

At the session, Brennan stated that seeing a percentage of terrorists  released by the United States return to terrorism “isn’t that bad,” since the  recidivism rate for inmates in the U.S. prison system is higher.

He also criticized parts of the Bush administration’s response to 9/11 as a  “reaction some people might say was over the top in some areas,” that “in an  overabundance of caution, [we] implemented a number of security measures and  activities that upon reflection … after the heat of the battle has died down a  bit, we say they were excessive.”

While Brennan’s remarks drew scrutiny in the blogosphere and in some  conservative media outlets, Klein and Elliott note that perhaps the biggest  story remains untold – his controversial speech was arranged by a Muslim  Brotherhood-tied group that has deep ties not only with other Brotherhood fronts  but to the White House and national security agencies.

Brennan’s NYU session was organized by the Islamic Society of North America,  or ISNA, according to the group’s website. ISNA, whose members asked Brennan  scores of questions during the event, stated the meeting was intended to  initiate a “dialogue between government officials and Muslim American leaders to  explore issues of national security.”

ISNA was founded in 1981 by the Saudi-funded Muslim Students Association,  which itself was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood. The two groups are still  partners.

ISNA is known for its promotion of strict Saudi-style Islam in mosques  throughout the U.S.

Islam scholar Stephen Schwartz describes ISNA as “one of the chief conduits  through which the radical Saudi form of Islam passes into the United  States.”

According to terrorism expert Steven Emerson, ISNA “is a radical group hiding  under a false veneer of moderation.”

Brennan is not the only Obama official to address the radical ISNA. Klein and  Elliott relate that in May 2011, Obama’s then-deputy national security adviser,  Denis McDonough, was hosted by an ISNA-affiliated mosque to give a speech touted  as part of a White House initiative to reach out to Muslims. McDonough is  currently Obama’s chief of staff.

In another of scores of examples cited in “Impeachable  Offenses,”in July 2011 Obama’s faith adviser, Eboo Patel, spoke at the main  event of a three-day convention held by the Muslim Brotherhood-founded Muslim  Students Association.

Patel appeared on a panel alongside Tariq Ramadan, grandson of the notorious  founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, and Siraj Wahhaj, who was named as a possible  coconspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Wahhaj has defended the  convicted WTC bomb plotters and has urged the Islamic takeover of America.

Extensive relationship

ISNA’s extensive relationship with the Obama administration started even  before Obama took office in 2009, Klein and Elliott document.

One week before Obama’s inauguration, Sayyid Syeed, national director of the  ISNA Office for Interfaith and Community Alliances, was part of a delegation  that met with the directors of Obama’s transition team. The delegation discussed  a request for an executive order ending “torture.”

ISNA President Ingrid Mattson represented American Muslims at Obama’s  inauguration, where she offered a prayer during the televised event.

In June 2009, Obama’s top aide, Valerie Jarrett, invited Mattson to work on  the White House Council on Women and Girls, which Jarrett leads.

That July, the Justice Department sponsored an information booth at an ISNA  bazaar in Washington, D.C. Also that month, Jarrett addressed ISNA’s 46th annual  convention. According to the White House, Jarrett attended as part of Obama’s  policy of outreach to Muslims.

Ties to U.S. counter-terror agencies

“Impeachable  Offenses” dedicates a large section to Clinton aide Abedin, documenting her  personal ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and a Muslim extremist accused of  financing al-Qaida fronts.

Also probed is Mohamed Elibiary, a member of the Department of Homeland  Security’s Advisory Council.

Elibiary, president and CEO of the Freedom and Justice Foundation of  Carrollton, Texas, fervently endorses the teachings of Egyptian writer Sayyid  Qutb, who is widely considered the father of the modern Islamic terrorist  revolution, according to “Impeachable Offenses.”

Osama bin Laden and terror groups worldwide rely on Qutb for their fatwas and  ideology.

Qutb, executed in 1966 on charges of attempting to overthrow the Egyptian  government, called for the creation of a worldwide Islamic state. He declared,  “There is only one place on earth which can be called the home of Islam  (Dar-ul-Islam), and it is that place where the Islamic state is established and  the Shariah is the authority and God’s limits are observed.”

Qutb labeled the non-Muslim world the Dar-ul-Harb – the house of war. “A  Muslim can have only two possible relations with Dar-ul-Harb: peace with a  contractual agreement, or war,” wrote Qutb. “A country with which there is a  treaty will not be considered the home of Islam,” he said.

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