By Ben Barrack
One day before Hillary Clinton’s Muslim adviser Huma Abedin is to be deposed, Judicial Watch released 165 pages of emails  it obtained via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. The bulk of the emails are from March and April of 2009 and show unequivocally that Huma was very involved in policy implementation and granting access to then Secretary of State Clinton.
Abedin, beyond any reasonable doubt and measure, is a Muslim spy for Saudi Arabia and the Muslim Brotherhood.  As such, one email in particular, demonstrates exactly why she never should have been granted a security clearance.
It is from a Turk named Gokhan Ozkok, who clearly sees Huma as a perfect conduit to Hillary. Ozkok’s intention was to get Huma to influence Hillary to get President Barack Obama to meet with the head of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) at the time, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, who is also a Turk.
This is significant on multiple levels. Ozkok entered the political arena in 2009 as a member of the AK Party Youth Wing.  This would have been about the time that Abedin received the email from Ozkok. The AK Party is an extremely fundamentalist Muslim party that currently rules Turkey; Turkey’s President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan is arguably the most prominent member.
As a stealth member of the Muslim Brotherhood, Huma’s interest would very much be in line with Ozkok’s. When the Muslim Brotherhood regime of Mohammed Mursi fell in Egypt in 2013, many Muslim Brotherhood leaders escaped to Turkey and found refuge there. Huma’s mother is one of 63 leaders with the Muslim Sisterhood and leads an organization – the Institute on Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA) – that was founded with the help of the Saudi Arabian government  and a man named Abdullah Omar Naseef.
Ozkok’s political career appears to be one of opportunism. While he joined the AK Party in 2009, he was a follower of the Fethullah Gulen movement in 2008.  Gulen has been living in the Poconos of eastern Pennsylvania  since the late 1990’s when he fled Turkey after making some extremely incendiary speeches advocating for the removal of the Turkish government at the time.
Gulen is a Muslim fundamentalist but in the years since, the divide between he and the likes of Erdogan has grown wider. In Turkey, Erdogan has consolidated his power against the Gulenists. The politically expedient Ozkok seems to have sided with Erdogan since.
Nonetheless, as a representative of the AKP Party in 2009 who petitioned Huma Abedin to get access to Hillary, Ozkok was clearly aiming for Muslim Brotherhood influence to aid his effort.
Ihsanoglu, whom Ozkok was trying to introduce to Barack Obama in 2009, is also a Muslim fundamentalist disguised as a high level diplomat. Ihsanoglu has prayed with Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir and welcomed Barack Obama’s Muslim brother Malik Obama in the past. Al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity  and is responsible for the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of black Sudanese.
The real issue here is that as a Muslim Brotherhood / Saudi apparatchik, Huma was compromised goods before she got her position at State in 2009; she’s compromised goods today too.
And the petitioning of her by the likes of Ozkok is precisely why Huma never should have received a security clearance to begin with.
THAT is exactly why Republicans like Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) have been defending her.  They have done so because she was given that security clearance – and kept it – on their watch.