Muslim Brotherhood Issues FATWA to Americans after Election Edict Could EXPLAIN - BUT DOES NOT JUSTIFY - Republican Silence on Stealth Islamic Terror Groups

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By Ben Barrack

If you’ve ever wondered why stealth Muslim Brotherhood groups in the U.S. are constantly given a pass by politicians and media, we may be closer to an answer. It comes in the form of a Fatwa issued by the Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA), which is clearly disturbed by the election of Donald Trump as President.


In the wake of the election of Donald Trump, the AMJA issued a veiled threat (the Muslim Brotherhood cannot do otherwise because it would blow their cover). The key excerpt in the fatwa comes toward the end, after the Islamic scholars decry the election results. It says (h/t to DHS Whistleblower Phil Haney):

From among the most important obligations during this stage is to support those institutions and organizations that serve the Muslim community, such as those interested in defending freedoms, civil rights and political activism, those dedicated to social services and relief, and those dedicated to dawah, religious instruction and providing religious rulings. It is most unbelievable that there are some who cry over the state of the community and then they are too stingy to donate their time or money to such organizations. Worse than that are those who are even too stingy to pray for them or give them a kind word. But the worst of all are those who seek to destroy such organizations.

Ironically, the “worst of all” of that paragraph is the last sentence. Why? Because it is a direct threat to anyone who seeks to go after Muslim Brotherhood groups in the U.S. This would include dozens of such groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), the Muslim Students Association (MSA), et. al.

Texas Governor Bush and CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad at Texas Governor's mansion circa 2000.

Texas Governor Bush and CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad at Texas Governor’s mansion circa 2000.

There is perhaps no bigger open secret than the one about the Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of America; it has tentacles throughout virtually every political institution. Information that proves this has not been the problem. The problem has been a refusal to acknowledge it.

In 2011, it was proven that then Deputy Chief of Staff to Hillary Clinton was a Muslim Brotherhood spy who held a security clearance. Yet, no one with the power to do anything about it did anything about it. They didn’t even acknowledge it.

Save for five U.S. Congressmen in 2012, led by Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN). At the time, Bachmann and four others sent five separate letters to five separate Inspectors General inquiring about Muslim Brotherhood infiltration. In her letter to the State Department, she singled out Abedin by name. This caused a firestorm and a fierce backlash from Muslims and leftists.

However, no Republican member of Congress – save for Rep. Steve King (R-IA) – came to Bachmann’s side. In fact, the number of Republicans who sided with Huma far outnumbered the five signatories to those letters.

Here is a list of the ten most despicable Republicans who sided with Abedin over Bachmann.

When it comes to the palpable friction between Trump and the Intelligence Community, no one has been a more vocal critic of the new President than outgoing CIA Director John Brennan. It is interesting that not only did Brennan side with Abedin over Bachmann but a credible source claims that two witnesses were present when Brennan himself converted to Islam while a station chief in Saudi Arabia in the 1990’s. Former FBI Agent John Guandolo is adamant about the claims and said Brennan was the victim of a counter-intelligence operation against him by the Saudis.

Brennan also defended the Saudis last year just prior to the release of 28 pages that implicated the Saudis in the 9/11 attacks.

Here is Brennan mocking Bachmann’s letters in 2012 (note that the video was uploaded to YouTube by a Muslim Brotherhood operative Faiz Shakir):

Perhaps even more glaring than the refusal of Republicans to defend Bachmann or acknowledge Huma’s Brotherhood ties was the complete absence of any mention or acknowledgment of Abedin’s ties by the House Select Committee on the Benghazi attacks. The committee that was supposed to investigate thoroughly what happened in Benghazi avoided this blatantly obvious bit of relevant evidence. The Muslim Brotherhood was involved in the Benghazi attacks. Yet, their spy was not outed as such?!

Benghazi Committee Chairman, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) with Westmoreland - who knows all about Muslim Brotherhood infiltration - over his shoulder.

Benghazi Committee Chairman, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) with Westmoreland – who knows all about Muslim Brotherhood infiltration – over his shoulder.

Perhaps “worst of all” is the fact that one of the four Congressmen who signed those letters with Bachmann – Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA) – was a member of the committee. Westmoreland actually was part of the team that deposed Abedin and never once asked her about these connections.

As to the larger issue of Muslim Brotherhood infiltration, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has introduced legislation that seeks to label the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization. While the language is broad – perhaps intentionally so – it remains to be seen if Muslim Brotherhood front groups and individuals like Abedin who are operatives within the Brotherhood, will be targeted as well.

The failure on the part of Republican leaders and officials to acknowledge and call out Muslim Brotherhood infiltration could be explained – at least in part – by a fear of what might happen if they do. While that is understandable, it is not acceptable and it is not why these figures were sent to Congress in the first place. They were sent to do the opposite.

The Fatwa issued on November 28th does at least help to explain – but not justify – the refusal to call out the infiltration of America by our enemies.

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