Here is one of the Obama’s official Muslim Brotherhood operatives and embeds who are taking apart our defenses from the inside and assembling the plans for jihad.
Longtime Atlas readers are familiar with MohamedÂ Elibiary.Â ElbiaryÂ has accessed sensitive docs of state and local intelligence reports, and then leaked them. He is a vocal supporter of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood. And he supports convicted terrorist fundraisers. He considers the United States an â€œIslamic country.â€
There have been questions about Mohamed Elibiary true allegiances for years. He was one of the speakers at a December 2004 conference in Dallas titled â€œA Tribute to the Great
IslÄmicÂ Visionary.â€ The visionary in question was none other than the founding father of the IslÄmic Republic of Iran, the Ayatollah Khomeini.
ElibiaryÂ has accused the persecuted and oppressed Christians under Muslim Brotherhood rule of â€œinciting Muslimsâ€ to jihad.
He was closely associated withÂ ShukriÂ abu Baker, former executive director of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development â€“ one of five people convicted for illegal Hamas support in 2008.Â ElibiaryÂ argued that there was a â€œlack of evidenceâ€ in theÂ HLFÂ case and suggested that it was a political prosecution.
He previously praised the late Muslim Brotherhood ideologue Sayyid Qutb, whose ideas have unguidedÂ the modernÂ jihadÂ movement â€“ especially his call for violent jihad and forÂ the purity Â of Islam from the forces of doubt â€“ on Twitter.
Qutb believed that if the Caliphate â€“ abolished in 1924 â€“ ever willÂ beÂ re-established, that a vanguard would need to replace the regime of one country with anÂ IslÄmicÂ state, much as theÂ IslamÂ StateÂ of IraqÂ and Syria (ISIS) aims to do in Iraq and Syria.
Baghdad served as the capital of the Abbasid Caliphate from 762 A.D. until the city had beenÂ sacked by theÂ Mongols in 1258 A.D.
â€œ#Silly. As I have said be for inevitable that â€˜Caliphateâ€™ returns. Choice only whether we support #EU like Muslim Union vision or not,â€ Elibiary wrote in response to question from David Reaboi, who formerly worked for the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C., about the ISIS rampage through Iraq last week. (IPT) Â Pamela Geller