A top security advisor working at the Homeland Security (DHS) is a Muslim who allegedly possesses links to a Hamas fundraiser convicted in the United States, and who maintains ties to radical Islamist organizations, including a nonprofit group that "proclaims Sharia is the only legitimate law according to Islam," said officials at a Washington, D.C., non-partisan watchdog in a report released Monday.
According to the Judicial Watch report, Mohamed Elibiary, a Homeland Security Department advisor has "regular access to classified information and is a prime mover behind two of the Obama administration’s most dangerous policies; normalizing relations with domestic and foreign Islamist groups (including the Muslim Brotherhood) and arduous enforcement restrictions of laws related to material support for terrorism."
While naysayers who support the agenda of President Barack Obama may find fault with Judicial Watch's allegations, the nonprofit's report contains documentation from the well-respected Center for Security Policy (CSP), an Inside-the-Beltway national security think-tank.
The CSP's 33-page study is "actually based on a lengthy, five-part interview with Elibiary, an influential member of Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council," according to Judicial Watch.
In one part of his interview with the Daily Caller, Elibiary admits he had a long-term friendship with convicted terrorist organization supporter and financier, Shukri Abu Baker, through his infamous Holy Land Foundation. In fact, during the interview Eibiary admits he had donated money to the HLF until it was smashed by federal law enforcement in 2008.
Elibiary also stated that he knows the Muslim Brotherhood “social network” and supports a partnership with Islamists, particularly the Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S. and abroad, according to CSP analysts.
According to Judicial Watch:
The CSP document includes a number of alarming details of Elibiary’s close relationship with a wide array of U.S. Islamist groups, including the radical Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America which declares that the only legitimate law according to Islam is Sharia. The group also urges American Muslims to nurture hostility towards U.S. law, according to documents discovered and translated into English by the Center for Security Policy.
When former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced Elibiary’s DHS appointment in 2010 Judicial Watch reported that he was a backer of the Ayatollah Khomeini and a well-known Egyptian jihadist named Sayyid Qutb.
And, according to an Examiner news story, Obama and Napolitano aren't the only ones turning a blind eye to radical Islamists in the U.S. government. Presidential wannabe, former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton had warm relations with Islamists including the Muslim Brotherhood.