Muslim Political Party That Seeks DESTRUCTION of U.S. Cries ISLAMOPHOBIA and calls for MORE MUSLIM VOTERS

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By Barrack

Webb (L) and Malik (R)

Webb (L) and Malik (R)

The Muslim Brotherhood’s political party in the U.S. – The U.S. Council on Muslim Organizations (USCMO) – took to the National Press Club and publicly responded to the San Bernardino Jihadist attacks by urging more Muslims to register to vote and to decry Islamophobia. Most (if not all) individuals who spoke represent groups that seek the overthrow of the U.S. Government and support terrorist groups or mosques home to Islamic terrorists.

One of the Muslims who attended the event is Imam Johari Abdul-Malik, the Muslim Outreach director for the mosque once home to Anwar al-Awlaki, the inspiration for Fort Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan (who also attended that mosque). It has also been learned that al-Awlaki also helped to inspire Enrique Marquez, the friend of San Bernardino jihadist Syed Farook. That ties al-Awlaki not only to the three deadliest Islamic terror attacks in the U.S. (9/11, Fort Hood, and San Bernardino) but it also ties that mosque to those attacks as well.

Johari (L) and Badawi (R)

Johari (L) and Badawi (R)

Johari has been photographed comfortably embracing several individuals who are heavy hitters within the Muslim Brotherhood. One such individual is Jamal Badawi, an Islamic scholar who seeks to enforce Sharia law in the U.S.

That mosque, the Dar al-Hijrah, was started in 1991 by a man named Jamal Barzinji – a known leader in the Muslim Brotherhood movement in the U.S. To say that Johari shouldn’t be a victim of guilt by association is absurd. The mosque is home to dozens of terrorist enablers, to include at least two unindicted co-conspirators (Siraj Wahhaj and Mohammed al-Hanooti) in the first WTC attack in 1993.

Rep. Jim Moran (L) and Johari (R)

Rep. Jim Moran (L) and Johari (R)

Johari seems rather cozy with Imam Suhaib Webb, who was at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (ISBCC) attended by the Boston Marathon bombers. Last year, it was learned that Webb once even presided as an Imam at the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City (ISGOC) attended by Alton Nolen, the man who beheaded a woman while she was at work. Last year, Johari refused to criticize ISIS and Webb even apologized to them.

The man who introduced the USCMO at the event was Nihad Awad, the Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), another Muslim Brotherhood front. Awad has also expressed solidarity with Hamas and has spoken at Dar al-Hijrah.

Here is a video of the event (h/t DC):

Awad speaking at Dar al-Hijrah earlier this year.

Awad speaking at Dar al-Hijrah earlier this year.

Present at the event was also Mahdi Bray, who in 2000, stood on a stage across from the White House as Abdurahman Alamoudi praised Hamas and Hezbollah (Bray can be seen raising his fists in enthusiastic agreement). Not only would Alamoudi later be convicted to prison for more than 20 years on charges related to terrorism but he is also the man who founded the Boston mosque where Webb was an Imam. Incidentally, there is also FBI evidence that Webb and al-Awlaki were linked.

Here is that video of Bray and Alamoudi on October 28, 2000 just days before George W. Bush was elected president:

Shockingly, in the months after the Boston Marathon bombings, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) asked outgoing FBI Director Robert Mueller if Mueller knew that Alamoudi – a man who Mueller helped put away years earlier – founded the Boston mosque. Shockingly, Mueller said he did not know that:

That’s not all when it comes to Bray. In 2009, video of him surfaced in which he can be seen soliciting tax deductible donations for Hamas inside a Florida mosque:

The important thing here is Dar al-Hijrah. This mosque is in many ways ground zero for Muslim Brotherhood operations in the U.S. Consider that Yusuf al-Qaradawi – the global spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood – once attended there prior to his being banned from the U.S. in 1999. An extremely key figure at that mosque is a man named Bassam Estwani, who served as chairman there at the time of the 9/11 attacks (he was over al-Awlaki).

Bray (far left) and Estwani (far right)

Bray (far left) and Estwani (far right)

Estwani rubbed elbows with very powerful politicians, to include both Bill and Hillary inside the White House. Others Estwani had photos taken with included Reps. Dennis Kucinich, Dennis Hastert, Nancy Pelosi, Jim Moran and many others. During the Clinton administration, both Bray and Estwani were photographed together inside the White House.

Awad (L) and Estwani (C)

Awad (L) and Estwani (C)

Dar al-Hijrah sits in Virginia’s 11th district. At the time of the 9/11 attacks, Rep. Thomas Davis (R-VA) was the congressman of that district. Estwani got to know Davis and Moran (D-VA) from the 8th district very well. Davis even got Estwani a gig delivering a prayer on the House floor just months prior to the 9/11 attacks.

In 2013, both men were reunited – even after all that’s happened – at the Dar al-Hijrah 30th anniversary celebration. None other than Johari Abdul-Malik helped to oversee the event.

Johari with ex Rep. Davis (L) and ex Rep. Moran (R) in 2013

Johari with ex Rep. Davis (L) and ex Rep. Moran (R) in 2013

Estwani with Davis and Moran in the 1990's (L) / Estwani at 2013 Dar al-Hijrah 30th anniversary attended by Davis and Moran (R)

Estwani with Davis and Moran in the 1990’s (L) / Estwani at 2013 Dar al-Hijrah 30th anniversary attended by Davis and Moran (R)

Amazingly, given all that has been learned and is known about the mosque, Reps. Davis and Moran were there to celebrate as well. This puts their respective relationships with that mosque generally and Estwani in particular at nearly two decades.

Also present was the grandson of Dar al-Hijrah founder Barzinji. Johari had his picture taken with Zaki Barzinji:

Johari (L) and Zaki Barzinji (Jamal Barzinji's grandson) in 2013

Johari (L) and Zaki Barzinji (Jamal Barzinji’s grandson) in 2013

The figure that ties all of the Muslims on the stage at the National Press Club together is Yusuf al-Qaradawi. Estwani was clearly a stealth leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S. (it is believed that he moved to Turkey sometime in 2014). As such, he welcomed al-Qaradawi into his mosque and gave him a platform. The individuals on the stage who were crying about Islamophobia are liars and stealth jihadists who desire the enforcement of Sharia law in the U.S.

Make no mistake. The reason for the event at the Press Club was to distract people from the cause of Islamic terrorism (Islam), to deflect using a laughably absurd term known as Islamophobia, to urge Muslims to vote (in the short term, to neutralize conservative voters and elected officials and in the long term, to push toward Sharia law). Unless Americans confront this threat, it will be too late before they recognize it.

Qaradawi at Dar al-Hijrah mosque (far left) and Estwani (on floor)

Qaradawi at Dar al-Hijrah mosque (far left) and Estwani (on floor)

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