All the evidence one needs in determining if the U.S. Government did its job before and after 9/11 is the fact that the Dar al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, VA is still open. Favor was curried and influence bought with President Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, House Speaker Dennis Hastert, Rep. Thomas Davis, Rep. Jim Moran, and several others.
It was Bassam Estwani, the man behind the purchase of that influence, who spent years as the chairman of Dar al-Hijrah, which is a den of terrorism. Estwani’s congressman at the time (Davis) is seen in several photos with Estwani, both before and after the 9/11 attacks. More than eight years later, Nidal Malik Hasan – who had visited Dar al-Hijrah – murdered 14 and injured 32 at Fort Hood. Hasan’s inspiration for the murders was none other than an imam hired by Estwani at Dar al-Hijrah.
If members of Congress, the Clintons, and former President Bush would like to plead ignorance prior to 9/11, it’s ridiculous but even if such deference is granted, there is absolutely no excuse for the attack on Fort Hood. A major reason why Hasan was successful was because Dar al-Hijrah was not closed down and its leaders arrested.
Just last month, the Virginia state house issued a resolution commending the mosque.
However, Estwani appears to be a student of the Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader, Yusuf al-Qaradawi. It was Estwani who welcomed al-Qaradawi into his mosque (photo below). It was al-Qaradawi who developed the tactic known as Muruna, which allows Muslims to go to great lengths to deceive.
In 2012, Walid explained how Muruna works: