| Saudis Kept Two Terror Groups Off U.S. List - And Hillary Clinton adjutant Huma Abedin has ties to both of them.
| Tuesday, June 21, 2016
|The Saudi Arabian government apparently had so much clout with
previous U.S. administrations that they refused to designate as
terrorist organizations two terror-funding Islamofascist groups linked
to Huma Abedin, now the vice-chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential
campaign. Abedin is joined at the hip to Hillary. She is to Mrs. Clinton what Valerie Jarrett is to President Obama.
That two deadly terrorist groups avoided proper scrutiny for years is a
chilling reminder of how close Mrs. Clinton's political network is to
the brutal Muslim Brotherhood, possibly the Left's favorite Islamist
operation. It also underlines the extent to which Islamist enemies of
the United States have infiltrated the American political establishment.
And it takes on added importance now that polls show the pathologically
dishonest Alinskyite radical who wrote the communitarian manifesto It Takes A Village has a significant lead over presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Sifting through archived media reports, Breitbart’s Lee Stranahan discovered
it was known in the weeks following the 9/11 attacks that the
International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO) and its parent entity
the Muslim World League (MWL), both of which are directly funded by
Saudi authorities, were financial backers of al-Qaeda. “The
Saudis have probably done more to penetrate Al Qaeda than any other
foreign intelligence service, but Al Qaeda in turn has penetrated the
Saudi regime,” Newsweek reported the month after 9/11.
Although the IIRO, whose website calls the group the International
Islamic Relief Organization of Saudi Arabia (IIROSA), and MWL “have been
used by bin Laden to finance his operations,” they were “left off the
list of groups sanctioned by the United States last week, U.S. officials
hinted … in order to avoid embarrassing the Saudi government.”
The League acknowledges
on its website that it is “engaged in propagating the religion of
Islam” and “elucidating its principles and tenets.” It also engages in
strategic lying, known in the Islamic world as taqiyya. The
League “is well known for rejecting all acts of violence and promoting
dialogue with the people of other cultures,” its website claims, adding
that it does “not intend to undermine, dominate or practice hegemony
over anyone else.”
It claims on the site that it has “external
centers,” “external offices,” and “Islamic centers” in Argentina,
Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil,
Burundi, Canada, Congo, Denmark, Egypt, France, Hungary, Indonesia,
Italy, Jordan, Malaysia, Mozambique, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan,
Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, United Kingdom,
and other countries. IIRO describes itself as “a charity organization emanating from the Muslim World League.”
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|posted by D.Swami Gwekanandam @ 7:48 AM