Hillary’s top aide tied to Muslim Brotherhood
Former intelligence officers are warning that longtime aide of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Huma Abedin, has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization – as well as to the Islamic Saudi Arabian government.
An alert has been sounded by security officers within the United States government that Clinton’s confidante and top assistant has been influential to U.S. foreign policy — as announced through the recently unleashed documentary titled The Enemies Within. A six-minute trailer of the film highlights Abedin’s troublesome past, such as her involvement in her family’s Islamic institute that was reportedly founded by the Saudi government and backed by a donor who financed al-Qaida and its former leader, Osama bin Laden.
FBI Director James Comey’s Friday announcement that his agency is reopening its probe into Clinton’s mishandling of confidential material was spurred by the discovery of 650,000 emails from Abedin while she was working at the State Department. They were found on the computer of her estranged husband, Anthony Weiner, who was involved in an earlier scandal for sexting a minor some months ago.
Abedin’s involvement in Clinton’s email scandal surfaced in March 2015, when reports indicated that she used emails that were hosted on the former secretary of state’s private server between 2009 and 2013, according to WND. The conservative news source also revealed that Clinton’s closest aide forwarded classified national security data to one of two personal and unsecured emails that she routinely used to conduct business while working at the State Department.
New Zealand author and blogger Trevor Loudon produced and narrated The Enemies Within after researching the radical Left over the past three decades.
Loudon’s interview with former CIA operations officer Clare Lopez reveals that Abedin’s father, Syed Zainul Abedin was made head over the Saudi government’s Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA), where his daughter served a number of years as the assistant editor of its journal. Abedin did this while her father and mother served as the journal’s editor and co-editor, respectively.
“Alongside Huma Abedin on the editorial board also was Abdullah Omar Naseef, the founder of the Rabita Trust – a financial institution founded prior to 9/11 for the explicit purpose of funding Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida,” WND reports.
In the interview, Lopez – who currently serves with the Washington, D.C.-based Center for Security Policy as vice president for research and analysis – explained that Naseef worked with Abedin while she interned at the White House prior to becoming Clinton’s aide. She subsequently served the former first lady as a senior adviser to her senatorial campaigns and office before becoming the deputy chief of staff at the State Department.
“Now, this was a period of time when we might recall that U.S. foreign policy flipped on its head – from going after jihad and jihadists like al-Qaida to, in Libya, for example, aiding and abetting known al-Qaida jihadist militias to overthrow a sitting, sovereign government led by Moammar Gadhafi, no choir boy, to be sure, but our ally at the time,” Lopez recounted. “All of this happened during the period of time when Clinton was secretary of state and Huma Abedin was at her side, whispering in her ear.”
Disturbing information about Abedin’s connection to radical Islamic organizations was divulged in an earlier report.
“The purpose of the Abedin-run institute … is to instruct Muslims in foreign countries how to live according to the dictates of Islamic law, or Shariah, so they can fulfill the ultimate objective of making Shariah and the Quran the ultimate authority in the world, overturning ‘man-made’ institutions such as the U.S. Constitution,” WND informed. “A Muslim Brotherhood document entered as evidence in the largest terrorism-financing trial in U.S. history shows the Brotherhood’s aim is to carry out ‘a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within.’”
Loudon also interviewed government security intelligence contractor Mike Waller, who maintains that Abedin’s connection to groups involved in Islamic terrorism should preclude her from having any type of position in the U.S. government.
“[No one with Abedin’s] ties with groups that seek to overthrow the Constitution of the United States should ever have any government post in the United States,” Waller insisted.
Former U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) expert on Islam, Philip Haney, maintains that Clinton’s inner connections with the Muslim Brotherhood — an internationally recognized terrorist group – are “broader and deeper” than Abedin’s ties to the Islamic group. He cites the White House hopeful’s leadership in pushing a United Nations resolution that was supported by the Organization of Islamic Conference – which consists of 57 nations and is orchestrated by leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Haney notes that the Clinton-promoted U.N. Resolution 1618 would be used to effectively make the criticism of Islam a criminal act.
“[The resolution] marks a step forward in creating a safe, global environment for practicing and expressing one’s beliefs,” Clinton declared in a speech she gave in December 2011.
Haney argues that Clinton’s promotion of the document makes her culpable of undermining the national security of the United States.
“By endorsing U.N. Resolution 1618, by default, Hillary Clinton is aiding and abetting the Muslim Brotherhood, on a macro, global level,” Haney contends in the documentary. “As a sworn law enforcement officer who took a vow to protect our country from threats both foreign and domestic, Hillary Clinton is a domestic threat.”
It is further warned in the documentary that the dynamic between Clinton and Abedin is extremely dangerous.
“[Abedin’s close relationship with Clinton puts Clinton] in a position where she can be blackmailed for her behavior, and then there’s nothing she won’t do to get what she wants,” Waller impressed. “So she would be a prime candidate for any foreign intelligence service to at least surround her with its own people so they can influence her as a senator or as a secretary of state – or even a president.”
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