Once again, Geller (and the few brave truth tellers) are proven right. And the silent enemedia, yet again, are shown to be the quislings snakes that they are.
An Egyptian magazine is reporting about Muslim Brotherhood infilitration of the Obama administration at the highest level. This Egyptian magazine names Rashad Hussain, exposed as Brotherhood at Atlas in January 2010; Arif Alikhan, exposed at Atlas here back in Janary 2009; and the others, Salam al-Marayati; Imam Mohamed
Magid, president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA);
and Eboo Patel, all profiled at Atlas many times. Since June 2009, when Obama invited the then-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to his submission speech in Cairo, his subversive support of the Islamic supremacist organization has wreaked havoc on freedom-loving peoples the world over.
Americans may very well be painfully clueless about this fatal subterfuge, but it is devastating, really. Look at the world before Obama and after he took the mantle of power (Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, etc.).
An Egyptian magazine claims that six American Islamist activists who work with the Obama administration are Muslim Brotherhood operatives who enjoy strong influence over U.S.
The Dec. 22 story published in Egypt’s Rose El-Youssef magazine (read an IPT translation here)
suggests the six turned the White House “from a position hostile to Islamic groups and organizations in the world to the largest and most
important supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood.”
The story is largely unsourced, but its publication is considered significant in raising the issue to Egyptian readers.
The six named people include: Arif Alikhan,
assistant secretary of Homeland Security for policy development;
Mohammed Elibiary, a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council;
Rashad Hussain, the U.S. special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference;
Salam al-Marayati, co-founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC);
Imam Mohamed Magid, president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA);
Eboo Patel, a member of President Obama’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships.
Alikhan is a founder of the World Islamic Organization, which the magazine identifies as a Brotherhood “subsidiary.” It suggests that Alikhan was responsible for the “file of Islamic states” in the White House and that he provides the direct link between the Obama
administration and the Arab Spring revolutions of 2011.
Elibiary, who has endorsed the ideas of radical Muslim Brotherhood luminary Sayyid Qutb, may have leaked secret materials contained in Department of Homeland Security databases, according to the magazine. He, however, denies having any connection with the
Elibiary also played a role in defining the Obama administration’s counterterrorism strategy, and the magazine asserts that Elibiary wrote the speech Obama gave when he told former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to leave power but offers no source or evidence for the claim.
According to Rose El-Youssef, Rashad Hussain
maintained close ties with people and groups that it says comprise the Muslim Brotherhood network in America. This includes his participation
in the June 2002 annual conference of the American Muslim Council, formerly headed by convicted terrorist financier Abdurahman Alamoudi.
He also participated in the organizing committee of the Critical Islamic Reflection along with important figures of the American Muslim Brotherhood such as Jamal Barzinji, Hisham al-Talib and Yaqub Mirza.
Regarding al-Marayati, who has been among the most influential Muslim American leaders in recent years, the magazine draws connections between MPAC in the international Muslim Brotherhood infrastructure.
Magid heads ISNA, which was founded by Brotherhood members, was appointed by Obama in 2011 as an adviser to the Department of Homeland Security. The magazine says that has also given speeches and conferences on American Middle East policy at the
State Department and offered advice to the FBI.
Rose El-Youssef says Patel maintains a close relationship with Tariq
Ramadan, the grandson of Brotherhood founder Hasan al-Banna, and is a
member of the Muslim Students Association, which it identifies as “a
large Brotherhood organization.”