28 Pages Names al-Qaeda SUBORDINATE of Huma’s BOSS

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By Ben Barrack

A very key figure who worked for a close colleague and business partner of Hillary Clinton’s closest advisor Huma Abedin was found to be named in the 28 pages of the Joint Inquiry report on 9/11 that were only recently released. Page 440 includes an excerpt of an exchange between Rep. Doug Bereuter (R-NE) and David Aufhauser, General Counsel for the U.S. Treasury on July 23, 2002.

The issue being discussed was Saudi Arabia’s willingness to help the U.S. identify and neutralize terrorist financiers and leaders. It begins with Aufhauser providing an example of how the Saudis have been unhelpful:


The man referred to as “Julaydin” is actually Wael Hamza Julaidan; he is one of the founders of al-Qaeda and has been credited with being part of the first al-Qaeda cell in the U.S. (Tucson, AZ). He is also the man whom wealthy Saudi Abdullah Omar Naseef put in charge of the Rabita Trust in 2000. Rabita was founded by Naseef in Pakistan in 1988, at a time when the U.S., the Saudis and the Pakistanis were all aligned against the Soviets.

Rabita was quickly identified by the U.S. Treasury after 9/11 as a problem.

While neither Huma nor Naseef are named in the 28 pages (the redacted portions notwithstanding), the naming of Julaidan certainly implicates both Abedin and Naseef who were working together at the Institute on Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA) at the time of the 9/11 attacks. The George W. Bush administration censored the 28 pages in December of 2002; they were just declassified this past July, nearly 14 years later. Any honest investigation of Naseef would have led to Huma.

As we know, the Bushes and the Clintons have had each others backs for years, dating back to Iran-Contra’s Mena, AR connection as a matter of fact.

As for whether the Saudis actively participated in facilitating al-Qaeda’s acts of terror, of that there should be no question. From 1983-93, Naseef was the Secretary General of the Muslim World League (MWL), which is an international arm of the Saudi Government. The Muslim Brotherhood serves as an international arm of the Saudis – through the MWL – as well. Al-Qaeda resides under the Muslim Brotherhood umbrella.

To illustrate just how cozy the Saudis are with the Muslim Brotherhood when they need to be, take a look at the photo below from 2010. It was taken in southeastern Turkey at what was billed as the Mardin Conference. In the photo can be seen the Muslim Brotherhood’s number two spiritual leader Abdullah bin Bayyah, right behind Yusuf al-Qaradawi. Also in the photo is none other than Naseef:

Muslim Brotherhood #2 Abdullah bin Bayyah (Bottom circled) and Abdullah Omar Naseef (Top Circled).

Muslim Brotherhood #2 Abdullah bin Bayyah (Bottom circled) and Abdullah Omar Naseef (Top Circled).

This is why it’s important not to separate the Muslim Brotherhood from the Saudi Government. Naseef founded the IMMA where Huma worked. Huma’s mother Saleha doesn’t just still head the IMMA; she is also one of 63 leader of the Muslim Sisterhood.

In a 2003 article by Douglas Farah at the Washington Post, he wrote the following about the findings of U.S., European and U.N. investigators relative to Julaidan:

The investigators also expressed concern about the alleged activities of Wael Julaidan, a businessman who helped found al Qaeda and who was designated by the United Nations on Sept. 6, 2002, as a terrorist financier.

Until last year, Julaidan was the Saudi chairman of the Rabita Trust, a Pakistani charity also found by the United Nations to have funded al Qaeda activities. U.N. and U.S. officials said Julaidan continues to work in charities and to handle large sums of money.

A source with direct knowledge of U.S. actions said the “highest priority of the U.S. government is to get the Saudis to do what they said [they] would do and close down what they were supposed to close down.” The source noted that, after agreeing to put him on the U.N. list, senior Saudi officials publicly denounced Julaidan’s designation.

Juxtaposed with Aufhauser’s testimony, it’s clear that the Saudis were protecting Julaidan while U.S. bureaucrats were buying the line that the Saudis were doing all they could.

Huma eyeing being top Muslim spy if Hillary wins election.

Huma eyeing being top Muslim spy if Hillary wins election.

This dynamic is at work today as the Democrat nominee for President of the U.S. has at her side a woman who shares something very much in common with Julaidan. She’s a Muslim Brotherhood loyalist and once worked for a wealthy Saudi named Abdullah Omar Naseef.


There is something else too. No western leader of consequence – the jury is still out on Donald Trump – has been willing to call these connections out. They refuse to do so at their own country’s expense.

Naseef sporting western garb.

Naseef sporting western garb.

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