"Not Huma Abidin alone." This very brief statement expresses what is going on inside the minds of many American politicians who are completely convinced of the Muslim Brotherhood's penetration of the Obama administration, with many articles, briefings and research messages talking about personalities which some security agencies in the United States claim have a direct relationship with the Brotherhood and its international organization. Perhaps the most famous story the American media dealt with months ago was 'Huma Abidin' Clinton's special adviser and her close friend, but what many people do not know is that there are 6 other personalities tied to the Brotherhood on the American political street .. We survey in this investigation information which has not been published before about these six personalities in the entire Islamic world, but there remains a question we cannot answer yet, but we are on the way to it. Are these six personalities tantamount to a turning point for the Obama administration from a position hostile to Islamic groups and organizations in the world to the largest and most important supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood in the world as well?
A Pakistani lawyer and prestigious professor in the struggle against terrorism and public security in the National Defense University in the United States, who was born in 1968 of an Indian father and Pakistani mother who emigrated to the United States in 1960, He graduated magna cum laude from the University of California at Irvine in 1990, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts specializing in Social Ecology. He studied Criminal Justice, Criminology and Legal Studies, and research which were conducted in Environmental Analysis. He joined the California Bar Association in 1993.
He gave many lectures in the School of International Security in the American capitol. He lectures on a variety of topics including the homeland and national security issues to the American Army. He is considered a specialist in the field of American civil security, and is a expert recognized by the United States government in homeland security and counter-terrorism policies
He has progressed in important posts within the American administration and in sensitive positions, the most important of which was his work for ten years within the American Department of Justice in the position of the Federal Prosecutor in Los Angeles from 1997 until 2005, and after this a senior official in the Department of Justice in Washington from 2005 to 2006 and a former adviser for each former American Attorney General John Ashcroft and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales on dealing with cyber crime, and intellectual property initiatives
He served later as Deputy Mayor of Los Angeles for Public Safety after the events of September to help in monitoring extremist mosques and Islamic associations within the city and observe extremist elements within them. He was responsible for overseeing the Los Angeles Police Department, Fire Department, and Emergency Management, and responsible for the allocation of the budgets of these bodies, which amounted to a a total of more than $2 billion. After his success in the post of Deputy Mayor, Obama in June 2009 appointed him Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for the development of policies in the Department concerning domestic security
He was an adviser to Obama and directly responsible for the file of Islamic states within the White House and one of the primary perssons who drew up plans to develop American-Islamic relations during the Obama presidential primary
He was one of the most important supporters of the idea that the perpetrators of the September attacks obtained internal support from the heart of the United States, exciting some Zionism movements inside America against him.
The relationship Arif Alikhan with the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood comes from his being one of the founders of the World Islamic Organization directly subsidiary of the international Brotherhood organization. Some point out that he is one of the main reasons for the meeting of the American administration leaders with the Muslim Brotherhood since the events of September and so far, and that he is the link between them during and after the revolutions of the Arab Spring in 2011.
The Qutb-ist, who saw the most serious American national security documents
An Islamic activist from Texas, born in Alexandria Governoreate in Egypt. He grew up in Dallas in the United States. He is a founder of the American Freedom and Justice Organization, a non-profit founded in 2012, after years of refusal to coordinate between the American government and the Muslim community in the state of Texas and one of the main defenders of the ideas of Sayyid Qutb, the famous Brother, in the United States.
Mohammed spent seven years in the banking sector and information and industry technology. He has a background in management and network engineering.
Mohammed studied in the far north of Dallas in Richardson elementary schools and enrolled in its colege there. He was a left midfielder on the football team UT Dallas. He has been married since 1996, and has three daughters
He is a registered agent of the Islamic Council of Texas, NTIC, and he is also director of the Houston chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) one of the institutions of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States.
He was a witness in the case of the Jihadist Sheikh Omar Abdelrahman detained so far in America, where he gave his testimony, saying: "The man did not do anything illegal and may not be tried."
He was appointed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) specifically by the Secretary-General Janet Napolitano, as a member of the Advisory Committee in the Department of Homeland Security.
The media accused him through security reports while working in Department of Homeland Security, specifically in October 2011, of his relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, and accused him also of entering the databases of the Department of Homeland Security to obtain secret information on American intelligence and a database with secret materials which contains hundreds of thousands of intelligence reports, and obtain critical documents which threaten American national security on the grounds that he was one of 26 persons within the Department allowed access to the most critical documents through the database on the Internet. Janet Napolitano and Elibiary were questioned before the Federal Bureau of Investigation to reveal evidence of a direct relationship is between Elibiary and the Brotherhood in Egypt by the Egyptian Freedom and Justice Party's financing Elibiary's organization of the same name. The most important evidence against him was his officially speaking in many celebrations, which concerned organizations of the Muslim Brotherhood and its international organization within America, but the investigation did not result in anything. He was let off despite recognition of some officials within the Department of the probability of these important documents being diverted to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. Some argue that Elibiary gained access to documents which tarnished the image of presidential candidate and Texas Governor. Rick Perry, who was one of the competitors at the start of the American elections a few months ago, and is one of the most important attackers of Islam and Muslims there.
Elibiary denies any relationship with the Brotherhood and justifies this by all members of his family in Egypt and abroad having never been members of the Brotherhood.
Elibiary entered the White House twice in less than one year, the first time on April 20, 2011 with Paul Monteiro and Associate Director of the White House Office for public participation, and again with the director in charge of the National Security Council Quintan Wictorowicz on March 2012. He had a private meeting with National Security Council and was responsible for writing White House policies on combating violent extremism.
Obama chose him to write all his speeches addressed to the Arab and Islamic world. It was Elibiary who crafted Obama's speech to Hosni Mubarak during the revolution of January asking him to step down and leave his office.
The man who Obama and the White House trusts
Rashad Hussain, born in 1978, is an American lawyer of Indian origin. Hussein was born in Wyoming and grew up in Plano, Texas. His father Mohammed Hussein was a mining engineer.
A graduate of Greenhill School in Dallas, Texas, he earned a bachelor's degree in two years, both in philosophy and political science, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He holds a master's degree in Arabic and Islamic Studies from Harvard University, and served as editor of the Journal of Law at Yale University .
After graduation from the university, he worked as assistant to Judiciary Committee in the House, and in August 2008, co-authored a paper " Reformulating the Battle of Ideas: Understanding the Role of Islam in Counterterrorism Policy" for the Brookings Institution, a message which calls for the use of true Islam in the confronting terrorist. Ideas
Hussein sought to expand the partnership between the United States and the Islamic world, and has been outspoken on the need to combat terrorism.
In January 2009, he served as a lawyer in the American Justice Department. Hussein was appointed legal adviser to the White House by Greg Craig, and helping raise the Administrations awareness of what concernsMuslims and Islam.
He began advising Obama on issues related to Islam after joining the Obama team and being appointed as legal adviser to the White House in January 2009, and Obama entrusted him to draft speeches on foreign policy,and he formulated Obama's speech in Cairo.
On February 13, 2010, President Obama appoinred him United States special envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and after this appointment, President Obama said about Hussein:
"I chose him for this position as an accomplished lawyer and a close and trusted member of my White House staff, Rashad has played a key role in developing the partnerships I called for in Cairo. And as a hafiz of the Qur'an, he is a respected member of the American Muslim community. and I thank him for carrying forward this important work."
Hussein represented the United States government as an observer in August 2012 at the Islamic Summit Conference in Mecca, as envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference.
In June 2002 Hussein was included as part of a team of Congress aides at the annual conference of the American Islamic Council CAMC) headed by Abdulrahman Al Amoudi a Muslim Brotherhood leader in the United States currently imprisoned after being accused of masterminding a plot to assassinate Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. He was also part of the organizing committee of the conference of the Critical Islamic Reflections (CIR) organization with elements of the American Muslim Brotherhood, Jamal Barzanji, Hisham Taleb, and Yaqub Mirza. He has also been linked to the SAFA organizartion and a network of Islamic organizations located in Northern Virginia whose headquarters was raided by the federal government in March 2002 which confiremd their relationship with the international organization of the Brotherhood whose senior leaders are Tariq Ramadan, Jamal Badawi, and Taha al-Alwani
He is the Iraqi immigrant Salam Marayati, who now serves as Executive Director of the Muslim Public Affairs Council MPAC an Islamic institution within the United States, which was established in 1986. Marayati is considered a founder. The Council is linked to the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood as American authorities security reports confirmed in 2004 when they raided the home of a member of the Islamic current and arrested him in the background of the events of September 2001. They found inside the house documents which onfirm the dependency of this Council on the Islamic current within North America; this current which is managed and dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood through its world organization.
Salam was nominated in 2002 to work with the National Security Agency.
Marayati as Chairman of the Council has a political role largely and to a great extent with Da'wa work, with Marayati always being present when a Muslim in America faces any problem before the relevant authorities. He has has many sessions with Cabinet menbers, governors and ambassadors for Muslim affairs within the States. He is now prepared in America to be a leader of the Muslims there along the lines of Martin Luther King for American blacks.
Religious leader of the Muslims of America
Of Sudanese origin born in northern Sudan in 1965,his father was one of the most important Sunni Muslim imams in Africa and was the Mufti of Sudan for years.
He came to the United States in 1987. He completed his religious education in various Islamic disciplines, and was a resident scholar at the Medina Institute and worked as a professor in the interpretation of the Koran at the University of Howard in 1997. He became executive director of the association which includes mosques in the city of Dulles.
Imam Magid helped in the establishment of religious services for Muslim communities in various parts of America. He has much experience in community service, where he was a representative of the east organization of the Islamic Society of North America. He served as vice president of the Association before his election in September 2010 as President of the Society.
He established several service projects such as the Peaceful Families Project, the Annual Twinning of Mosques and Synagogues, the Interfaith Conference of Washington, DC, and the Buxton Interfaith Initiative. He established a religious partnership with Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk to build bridges between religious communities within the States.
He lives in Virginia with his wife and five young girls
Ten days after the September attacks, negative dealing with Muslims there angered him and he spoke to the media, saying: "We can not apologize for being Muslim in this country."
In March 2002, the FBI raided the ADAMS organization on suspicion that they provided material support to terrorists. After questioning him he left the headquarters of the FBI joining crowds of Muslims there and said: "This is a war against Islam and Muslims."
He was able through societal pressure to remove parts of the curricula in United States schools which subjected Islam and Muslims to being described by terrorism and extremism.
Later he also served on the National Security Council, and was a member in the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Arab Consultative Council
In 2011 Obama appointed him as an adviser in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to combat violent extremism and terrorism and provide advice to individuals belonging to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other federal agencies. He soon become a constant visitor to the White House. He is a regular visitor to the White House. He gives speeches and conferences on American policy in the Middle East at the State Department. He worked as a lawyer at the Department of Justice to criminalize defamation of Islam. He works in the Department of Homeland Security in the fight against violent extremism, and offers advice to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and several other federal agencies.
Time magazine and the Huffington Post presented as the imam of the Muslims of America. They confirmed his presence everywhere all over the States to connect with Muslims there. The Obama administration began to feel his influence and authority over areas in which Muslims are dispersed in the country
Imam Mohamed Magid does not require of much research and investigation to prove his relationship with the Brotherhood, with Islamic Society of North America which he heads being a Brotherhood entity the Brotherhood recognizes as its subsidiary at least in the past through its official positions. Known leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood there began to withdraw gradually from the Society to avoid drawing attention to it, and so that it not be connected to the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood.
A friend of al Banna's grandson and an Obama adviser
A Muslim American of Indian origin .. He grew up n Illinois and studied at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and earned a bachelor's degree in sociology. He has a PhD in Religious Sociology from the University of Oxford, through a scholarship. When he was a student at the University of Oxford, he carried out many projects for young Muslims from different religions and nationalities from India, Sri Lanka, and South Africa.
He officially founded the IFYC Foundation in 2002 with a Jewish friend with a $3500 grant from the Ford Foundation. Today the organization employs about 30 people and its budget reaches $4 million. It is an institution concerned with the relationship between young people and the essence of religions.
He writes for the Washington Post, the Huffington Post, and USA Today. He is a member of the Religious Advisory Committee' of the Council on Foreign Relations, and the National Committee for the Aga Khan Foundation, and a member of Advisory Board of the Duke University Centrer for Islamic Studies, and a Fellow of the Ashoka Foundation. He works as a consultant in the Department of Homeland Security and is a member of Barack Obama'sAdvisory Board.
Eboo Patel has a very strong relationship with Hani Ramadan, one of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood and the grandson of Hassan al-Banna and the son of Said Ramadan the brother is law of al Banna, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe and the United States, in addition to his relationship with Siraj Wahhaj, a known American Brother, and his membership in the MSA in America: a large Brotherhood organization.
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