Well, that’s a shocker considering the White House is full of them.
In July of 2013, an online petition was created on the official White House webpage requesting the MB be designated a terrorist organization here in the U.S. The petition reached 100,000 signatures within the first 30 days, and finished with 213,146 and was based on the violence that ensued in Egypt after the MB President, Mohammed Morsi was removed from office. The fact that the Ikwhan is attached to the group Hamas which is a designated terrorist group, that both groups are visibly active within the U.S, AND have been declared terrorist groups in several countries would seemingly make sense to do the same here. Displeasure and confusion also came last week after CAIR ( Council on American Islamic Relations) was deemed a terrorist organization by the U.A.E. Still no action from this administration, but rather a distressing response from White House to this petition over a year later.
What a twist on words. Obviously this administration doesn’t see the Brotherhood as a threat, since so many of them are employed within it. The Muslim Brotherhood has not committed any acts of violence with the U.S either. What they are doing is destroying us from within, just like they said they would
“Destroying the Western civilization from within”. Because no violence can be attributed to this group at this time, apparently this statement isn’t considered a threat, even though “destroying” indicates a form of violence.
Understand members of the Muslim Brotherhood, and Hamas/CAIR are present in every corner in every state. In Tennessee, the presence is overwhelming in our schools, religious institutions, and law enforcement which they faithfully and with dedication are changing .
They have reached into the highest positions within our government which allows them to make the change they pursue. The following is a small sample of those that are serving within this administration or have recently left ( as with most information from the White House, actual positions and movement is unclear)
Mohammed Elibiary- Security advisor to the U.S Dept. of Homeland Security ( recently left this post)
Arif Alikhan assistant secretary for policy development For U.S Dept. of Homeland Security
Kareem Shora a senior adviser in the department’s Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.
Dalia Mogahed White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. ( recently left this post)
Azizah Y. Al-Hibri U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom
Rashad Hussain U.S. special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference
Imam Mohamed Magid member of the president’s Homeland Security Advisory Council
Do you see a trend here?
Coming soon, will be a list of those that are within State and local level positions.
Regardless of the decision of this administration to forego defining and identifying the enemy, we as Americans must do it ourselves. We must seek to find who and where and under what guise they operate, then we must expose them. Cancer can only be cured by disinfection and sunshine.