Late last month a Department of Homeland Security advisor used his Twitter account to defend the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
The advisor Mohamed Elibiary was appointed by Janet Napolitano in 2010. Recently, he tweeted, he was reappointed and even promoted.
This is a story you will not hear from the mainstream media, not a word was reported by any of them. It was The Investigative Project on Terrorism that broke the report.
Elibiary slammed the Copts here in America for their protests against "a wave of Muslim violence" in Egypt. A lot of Copts in America were protesting against the violence that has been perpetrated on their relatives in Egypt by radical Muslims.
He engaged in a tweet exchange with The Investigative Project on Terrorism in which he consistently defended the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and its U.S. offshoots.
According to the report Elibiary also tweeted, "I treat MB objectively & w/ nuance. You define MB term too broadly, advocate 4 shutting down US Muslim orgs &treat all as 'FACSISTS' [sic]. The president of Egypt’s Al-Haya Party and a Coptic activist, reacted to Elibiary’s tweets with:
“I think the Obama administration should be ashamed to have had someone like this in their administration. This underscores the thinking inside the Obama administration.”
What many people don't know about Elibiary is he allegedly supports radical Muslims. It's said he fervently endorses the teachings of Egyptian writer Sayyid Qutb. Qutb was the leading member of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood in the 1950s and 60s.
In 1966, he was convicted of plotting the assassination of Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser and was executed by hanging.
Qutb is considered the father of the modern Islamic terrorist movement. A vast majority of jihadist groups around the world, including Osama bin Laden, rely on Qutb for their fatwas and radical ideology.
Qutb's idealogy was that there is "only one place on earth which can be called the home of Islam (Dar-ul-Islam), and it is that place where the Islamic state is established and the Shariah is the authority and God’s limits are observed.” He also said the non-Muslim world, the Dar-ul-Harb, is considered the house of war.
He radically put the relationship between Muslims and Dar-ul-Harb as follows: "A Muslim can have only two possible relations with Dar-ul-Harb: peace with a contractual agreement, or war."
It's said that Elibiary has upheld the teachings of Qutb. It's also been found that he has written Qutb's teaching are "truly ecumenical." He also says the teachings can be a potential for a strong spiritual rebirth here in America. According to Elibiary, Qutb's teachings can "enrich us and motivate us to serve God better by serving our fellow man more.”
This is the kind of idealogy that Elibiary believes in and defends. However, all of us know what radical Muslims do to those who will not convert to Islam and that's death by beheading, usually.
It was reported in 2004, Elibiary was a speaker at an event which honored the late Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini. WND reported the aim of this event was "cultivating the unity of the Muslim ummah [brotherhood] around the globe." The event was sponsored by the Shia group Metroplex Organization of Muslims in North Texas.
Elibiary was also allegedly responsible for leaking sensitive intel to a leftist media outlet. According to the Atlas Shrugs website he was trying "to trump up" more stories about Islamophobia.
This man defends the MB who has persecuted Coptic Christians in Egypt for years. The MB are responsible for killing a 10-year-old girl, Jessica Boulous, after she left a bible class in Cairo.
The MB is responsible for numerous barbaric acts of rage which include, overpowering a man and his nephew. They were hacked with axes, beaten with clubs and tree limbs, as a result of the attack the uncle died.
The question begging to be asked is what is a man who believes in radical Muslim teachings doing advising our government? His views divide and don't unite. If you follow his beliefs you must either convert to Islam or be killed.
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