Muslim Brotherhood Connected DHS Adviser to Christians: You Incited The Muslims!
Muslim, and Muslim Brotherhood Connected Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Adviser, President Obama Cabinet Member, Mohamed Elibiary, took to his Twitter profile to defend his Muslim Brotherhood counterparts in Egypt burning Churches and killing Coptic Christians. He stated rather boldly that it is not his Muslim Brotherhood comrade’s fault, but it is the Christians that are inciting the Muslims.
In the first part of September 2013, and quickly swept under the rug by this Administration, DHS Adviser Mohamed Elibiary sent a series of tweets blaming Christians for the Islamic Muslim Brotherhood torching churches and raping women in the streets of Cairo, Egypt. This 2010 political appointee to DHS by Janette “Big Sis” Reno, and still working member of the Department of Homeland Security, used his official phone to send out the series of vicious tweets to several Muslim organizations. WMD reports the tweets were discovered by the investigative project on terrorism.
The Investigative Project on Terrorism reported Elibiary’s tweets about Egypt’s Coptic Christians.
“For decade since 9/11 attack extremist American #Coptic activists have nurtured anti #Islam & anti #Muslim sentiments among AM RT wing,” Elibiary wrote.
Earlier, Elibiary attacked the U.S. Coptic community for its protests against a wave of Muslim attacks on their relatives in Egypt.
“Good read by @mwhanna1 on need to reform #Coptic activism in #US including stop promoting #Islamophobia,” he wrote Sept. 14.
Michael Meunier, president of Egypt’s Al-Haya Party and a Coptic activist, reacted to Elibiary’s tweets.
“I think the Obama administration should be ashamed to have had someone like this in their administration,” he said. “This underscores the thinking inside the Obama administration.”
WND further found Elibiary tweeted in defense of the Muslim Brotherhood and its U.S. offshoots in an exchange with the Investigative Project.
“I treat MB objectively & w/ nuance. You define MB term too broadly, advocate 4 shutting down US Muslim orgs &treat all as ‘FACSISTS,’” he wrote.-WMD report on DHS Advisor.
Elibiary has never been a quiet type. He has a very unusual rap sheet, including once being on the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Terrorism Watch List back as early as 2004.
Elibiary is a strong supporter of the call for ‘Jihad’ or war against the non-Muslims of the world, the United States, and Israel and the teachings of the Islamic radical cleric Ayatollah Khomeini. He not only attended a conference honoring Khomeini before being appointed to DHS, but was the guest speaker at the event. The Ayatollah Khomeini’s teaching not only permeate through, but are the driving force for such radical groups as Al Queda, Hamas, the Taliban, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Jamaat-ul-Fukra of Pakistan.
Elibiary has strongly criticized the government’s persecution of fundraisers for Hamas and is a defender of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
He fervently endorses the teachings of Egyptian writer Sayyid Qutb, who is widely considered the father of the modern Islamic terrorist movement. Osama bin Laden and jihadist groups worldwide rely on Qutb for their fatwas and ideology.
Elibiary, meanwhile, has criticized the U.S. government’s prosecution and conviction of the Holy Land Foundation and five former officials for providing more than $12 million to Hamas, depicting the case as a defeat for the United States.
He wrote an op-ed in the Dallas Morning News suggesting the convictions were part of a U.S. government policy of “denying our civil liberties and privacy at home” while pursuing anti-terror policies that have “left thousands of Americans dead, tens of thousands maimed, trillions of taxpayer dollars squandered and our homeland more vulnerable than ever.”-WND News and Investigative Project on Terrorism
Elibiary has regularly upheld the teachings of Qutb, a radical Islamic Cleric that called for a world wide Islamic state, and labeled every non Muslim country and territory Dar-ul-Harb (a house for war or to war upon in Arabic).
Elibiary has regularly upheld the teachings of Qutb. He writes that he sees in Qutb “the potential for a strong spiritual rebirth that’s truly ecumenical allowing all faiths practiced in America to enrich us and motivate us to serve God better by serving our fellow man more.”
In one exchange, Elibiary wrote, “I’d recommend everyone read Qutb, but read him with an eye to improving America not just to be jealous with malice in our hearts.”-WND