White House Embraces Islamic Terror Group the Muslim Brotherhood? Pete Hoekstra to Testify
Today, Sept 22 in Washington
Identifying the Enemy: Radical Islamist Terror
Obama Secret Meeting With Islamists
February 15, 2016, Obama secretly met two weeks ago with leaders who have disturbingly close ties with the Islamic terror organization The Muslim Brotherhood [the Clarion Project reported].
White House officials initially refused to publicize the list of Islamic leaders who met with the president and other members of the administration including Obama’s senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, National Security Adviser Susan E. Rice and Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes. Among the guests who visited with the president was Azhar Azeez, president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). Azeez has deep connections to the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization, as does his society. http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/30281/secret-meeting-obama-meets-muslim-leaders-ties-terror-middle-east/#bHPVS97fLJX3eUIF.99
Of course, there is nothing wrong with the President meeting with representatives from any faith community and with the Muslim community in particular. Yet some of the individuals who met with the President have alarming links to the Muslim Brotherhood and organizations that have funded terrorism.
Azhar Azeez represented the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) in the talks with Obama. Declassified FBI documents show that ISNA was identified as a Muslim Brotherhood front group as early as 1987 and its past leaders include Abdurrahman Alamoudi, who was convicted on terrorism related charges in 2004.
In 2007, ISNA was designated as an unindicted co-conspirator in the trial of the Holy Land Foundation, a charity shut down by the U.S. government for financing Hamas. http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/obama-meets-us-muslim-brotherhood-leaders
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