By Ben Barrack
The now deceased father of Close Hillary Clinton confidante Huma Abedin called for an Islamic State in 1971. Huma’s mother Saleha is a confirmed Muslim Sisterhood leader.  Her father Sayed Abedin – about whom, little is known – died in 1993.
Now, thanks to a find by the Washington Free Beacon’s Adam Kredo,  we know a bit more about Syed. Five years before Huma’s birth in Kalamazoo, Syed appeared on a televised panel at Western Michigan University  (WMU). Syed was a professor at WMU at the time.
In the interview, the Islamic scholar Abedin bemoaned American aggression in the Middle East and urged Arab states to ensure that Sharia law was implemented. Note how Sayed argues against diversity in Muslim lands:
“The response to the West has been of two kinds…By and large the response has taken more of a hostile form…
The first impulse of the average Muslim in the Islamic world is that this kind of borrowing would be somehow an alien factor into our social fabric and thereby destroying the integrity of our ethos … the integrity of our culture.”
In the view of Huma’a father, diversity clearly helps in the destruction of a culture, at least an Islamic one. Is that not “xenophobic”? It’s noteworthy that Huma is part of a movement in America that is pushing for more diversity. Huma wants more Muslim refugees into the U.S. as evidenced by her response  to Donald Trump’s proposed Muslim ban late last year.  This video demonstrates one thing if not others. Giving Huma the benefit of the doubt – that she is not a Muslim spy and U.S. traitor – would require believing that Huma thinks diversity in Muslim lands (non-Muslims with Muslims) is bad but diversity in non-Muslim lands (Muslims with non-Muslims) is ok.
At a minimum, this is a gross double standard. What’s more likely is that Huma knows diversity, or at least non-assimilation, is bad for a culture. That would explain why she wants Muslims to invade America:
So either Huma disagrees with her father – she would believe that diversity is good for a culture – or she agrees with him and is advocating for the destruction of America by supporting a Muslim invasion.
We can conclude that based on Huma’s many years as a key figure with the Institute on Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA) that she and her father were ideologically aligned. To this day, Huma maintains a very close relationship  with her mother. Huma’s mother Saleha actually blamed the U.S.  for the 9/11 attacks.
It’s important to remember that the IMMA was founded by Sayed and Saleha with the help of the Saudi government through a man named Abdullah Omar Naseef. The objective of the IMMA is to spread Islam all over the world.  More specifically, its work is to help to turn all Muslim minority lands into Muslim majority lands.
That premise fits perfectly with the words of Sayed during the 1971 television broadcast. In it, Abedin advocates for Islamic governments to rule nations (this is what the caliphate is) and that these governments should be able to dictate daily lives of individuals:
“The state has to take over… The state is stepping in in many countries … where the state is now overseeing that human relationships are carried on on the basis of Islam. The state also under Islam has a right to interfere in some of these rights given to the individual by the Sharia…
…In the contemporary Islamic world, religious leadership is of very crucial significance because any change that will be abiding, that will make any positive contribution to the development of Muslim life, must come from that source, and that is one reason why ideologies like socialism or communism that have been introduced into the Muslim world have never really taken root… They have always been considered as foreign importations. … It’s a kind of suspicion…
…When you talk of an Islamic state … does it have to have a caliph? What does it mean? What is the Islamic concept of good in the present day world?
…The main dynamics of life in the Islamic world are still supplied by Islam… Any institution, as I said before, any concept, any idea, in order to be accepted and become a viable thing in the Islamic world has to come through … Islam.”
It is beyond clear that Huma’s father was advocating for an Islamic State all over the world. This is also in line with what the IMMA was really set up to do.
A man bearing the same name one of the two men who were with Sayed Abedin broadcast  – Salam khadduri – was listed as part Al Iraqi 1958.  The list of nefarious characters in this archive is prolific.