Obama is a Muslim. The only real proof that may show his Muslim background is purely circumstantial, but it seems to add up with the news from Egypt dated January 16, 2015:
Well, even the Muslims declare that the President is heavily involved in the Muslim Brotherhood. Not that anyone should be surprised by that...but still, it's a bit creepy to see the President on the front page of an Egyptian newspaper:
Tweets from the Director of Research at the Brookings Center in Doha, Qatar revealed disturbing accusations regarding the Obama family and the president's life in Indonesia.
Newspaper also claims that son of MB leader threatened Obama with the release of papers revealing his MB membership, Shadi Hamid writes, via Al Jazeera.
The newspaper not only accuses Obama of being a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, but it also claims that the president's half-brother Malik is an al-Qaeda activist.
Jonathan Spyer, senior researcher at the Global Research in International Affairs Center, told TheBlaze that the Egyptian newspaper Al-Wafd alleges that Barack Obama originally embraced the Muslim Brotherhood while living in Indonesia.
Even more condemning is the paper's claim that Muslim Brother leader Khairat al-Shater has threatened to release a document proving this claim.
However, Spyer believes that the allegations are simply the ravings of angry citizens, steeped in the Egyptian view that Obama's policies are pro-Brotherhood.
These are not the first times such allegations have been made. During protests calling for former President Mohammaed Morsi's resignation, demonstrators waved signs criticizing Obama for his involvement.
Eric Trager, Egypt scholar at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, told TheBlaze that this type of reporting is consistent with Egyptian tabloid media.
"Many Egyptians blame the United States for allegedly supporting the Brotherhood, when in fact we simply worked with the government that they elected, and some in the Egyptian media have repeated ugly conspiracy theories about President Obama to depict American policy as subversive," Trager claims.
However, Shadi Hamid of Brookings reiterates that the sheer unbridled creativity of Egyptian media knows no bounds. This sort of outside-the-box thinking bodes well for #Egypt's transition.
The accusation is telling of the Obama administration's refusal to recognize the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization, although the Egyptian government has already declared it as such.
Love how the Obama administration is still trying to deny the clear and present danger that the Muslim Brotherhood is, by not even acknowledging them as a terror group. HELLO. THIS IS A THING. The Obama administration needs to wake up and smell the coffee, here. These guys are most definitely not our pals.
From the Egyptian news, it seems that Obama, like his brother, is also a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, and that alone should make for some real news. But, like most news media, they are not concerned with what Obama's true ideology is. We have to question this, since it seems that Obama is abusing the power of his office to work on the destruction of the United States and this may be just a small part of his plan. Obama has deep feelings towards the Muslim people, but they are more in line with the Radical Muslim/Islam Terrorists than the peaceful ones.
We have to now show that Obama has placed 6 Islamic Radicals tied to the Muslim Brotherhood in offices that are way too high up in the ladder not to question—the Lame Stream Media does not even take a look at this, nor does any other news group. Why? We will go through a few of these appointments and see just who these individuals are and what they have said about the United States and the Muslim ideology. You can make your mind up as to just what is going on here. These alleged people are; Arif Alkhan, Mohammed Elibiary, Rashad Hussain, Salam al-Marayatl, Imam Mohamed Magid, and Elboo Patel, all members of or affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood in some form or another. Go to www.discoverthenetworks.org to see their description. A couple have not popped up out of their sewer yet though.
First we begin with Arif Alikhan:
An opponent of President George W. Bush's prosecution of the war on Islamic terror, Alikhan was responsible for derailing the LAPD's efforts to monitor activities within the city's Muslim community, where numerous radical mosques and madrassas were known to exist, and where some of the 9/11 hijackers had received support from local residents.
Just the first paragraph here brings concern to this man that Obama picked to be on the Homeland Security staff.
In April 2009, President Barack Obama's Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano appointed Alikhan as assistant secretary for DHS's Office of Policy Development. Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations' Los Angeles branch, praised the "well-deserved" appointment.
Here we should be even more concerned about this man and the position he was in. By the way, he no longer works here and that is concerning since maybe he worked there long enough to discover just how the Terrorists could destroy our nation, just a question that few ask.
Thirteen days prior to his DHS appointment, Alikhan, a devout Sunni Muslim, had participated in a Muslim Public Affairs Council fundraiser titled "Be the Change," to support that organization's leadership-development programs.
In early June 2009, Alikhan spoke at a banquet/fundraiser for the Islamic Shura Council of Southern California (ISCSC). A noteworthy fellow speaker was Agha Saeed, who had previously defended Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami Al-Arian during the latter's prosecution on terrorism charges. At the ISCSC event, Saeed lamented the "Islamophobia" allegedly pervading post-9/11 America, and demanded that the Justice Department stop monitoring U.S. mosques for evidence of extremism.
Now this should cause extreme concern here since he has attended such a conference and listened to such a provocative man as Saeed. It does bring into question about where the Islamophobia has come from.
Now let's move on to yet another Obama appointee: Rashad Hussain.
In September 2004, while still a Yale law student, Hussain took part in a session at the annual conference of the Muslim Students Association of the U.S. and Canada. Appearing alongside the daughter of Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami Al-Arian, Hussain characterized Al-Arian's recent prosecution on terrorism charges as politically motivated persecution.
Here we can begin to see the suggestion by this man that Terrorism is a politically motivated persecution.
What else did he convey to the Obama Administration?
In August 2008, Hussain published a paper (for the Brookings Institution) titled "Reformulating the Battle of ideas: Understanding the Role of Islam in Counterterrorism Policy." A number of the paper's recommendations were consistent with the agendas and worldviews of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood. For example:
- Policymakers should reject the use of language that provides a religious legitimization of terrorism such as "Islamic terrorism" and "Islamic extremist." They should replace such terminology with more specific and descriptive terms such as "Al-Qaeda terrorism."
- The United States should welcome and encourage the further development of mainstream Muslim organizations and moderate institutions. (Specifically, Hussain's paper references the work of the Fiqh Council of North America, which is tied to the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood.)
- The primary cause of broad-based anger and anti-Americanism is not a clash of civilizations but the perceived effect of U.S. foreign policy in the Muslim world.
We will break in here to ask what the Lame Stream media refuses to ask. Do any of the above 3 statements sound vaguely familiar? It seems that the same things shown above relate to Obama's policy on Terrorism. Now, why has the Lame Stream Media refused to even look at this?
The first bullet above seems to reflect Obama's policy now in use.
The second bullet also seems to describe Obama's policy as it now stands.
The third bullet seems to be a part of Obama's State of the Union address.
Now the statements above seem to show the Obama Administration's actions and words of today. Did Obama get these ideas from these people? Has Obama conspired with the states enemy? This brings forth so many questions with no answers, but this is just one individual.
In January 2009, Hussain -- recruited by Cassandra Butts, advisor to (and former Harvard Law School classmate of) President Barack Obama -- was named deputy associate counsel to the President. In that position, Hussain focused on issues involving national security, new media, and outreach to the Muslim community. As Obama prepared for his June 2009 trip to Cairo, Hussain helped Ben Rhodes, the President's principal foreign-policy speechwriter, draft the address that Obama would deliver at Cairo's Al-Azhar University. According to Hussain, his own input was geared toward emphasizing the contributions that Muslims have made to American society, and clarifying the context behind some passages in the Koran.
On February 13, 2010, President Obama appointed Hussain as a special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference, a 57-country coalition that seeks to outlaw any and all criticism of Islamic people, practices, legal codes, and governments -- depicting such criticism as "Islamophobia."
In August 2010, Hussain took part in an interfaith "bridge-building" trip organized by the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Suhail Khan. Steven Emerson, of the Investigative Project on Terrorism, pointed out that "two of the Islamic leaders attending the trip ... had made anti-Semitic, radical Islamic statements or [had] justified terrorist attacks" on previous occasions.
It should be noted that, notwithstanding his ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and its allies, Hussain endorses the use of the term "Hamas terrorists." Furthermore, he urges Muslim leaders to spread the message that genuine Islam forbids acts of terrorism and extremism. While aiming to "discredi[t] the terrorist ideology," however, Hussain cautions against efforts to tie that objective to the imposition of democracy on Islamic nations; such efforts, says Hussain, could be perceived by Muslims as manifestations of an imperialistic mindset. Thus he proposes that the U.S. build a Muslim coalition not limited to those who advocate Western-style democracy, and avoid creating a dichotomy between freedom and Islamic society.
Does any of the paragraph above sound familiar? Has Obama allowed Hussain from the Muslim Brotherhood direct his agenda? Why has the Lame Stream Media Not asked these questions? We have shown different articles and background descriptions of just a couple of the Muslim Brotherhood people Obama has in his administration and we have to wonder why not a single news agency has ever questioned this. Has Fox news also caved in on this? So many questions pop up just with this one article we have presented, but so few answers.
Below is an article from an Egyptian Magazine asking the same questions and defining the answers.
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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. policy.
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); and 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 Brotherhood.
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 Hani 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."