Two U.S. Muslim congressmen – who also happen to be Democrats – have written an open letter to Boko Haram, the Nigerian Islamic terrorist group that kidnapped hundreds of schoolgirls last month. The letter demands that Boko Haram release the girls and alleges the group does not represent Islam.
Based on who joined Reps. Keith Ellison (D-MN) and Andre Carson (D-IN) as signatories, the letter was clearly political and likely intended for American consumption much more than it was for Boko Haram’s. The list includes leaders of Muslim Brotherhood front groups in the U.S. and at least one imam who has a history of collaboration with Hamas, a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) since 1997, as designated by the U.S. State Department.
Boko Haram made that list 16 years later. What do you call it when one Islamic terrorist group tells another Islamic terrorist group that Islamic terrorists don’t represent Islam?
Answer: A political conundrum.
A consequence of the #BringBackOurGirls campaign appears to be the collision of two agendas – those of the stealth Muslim Brotherhood jihadists and terrorist Muslim Brotherhood jihadists. The attention being brought to Boko Haram is causing great distress for stealth jihadists in the U.S. who are increasingly having to defend Islam while Boko Haram believes that by forcing schoolgirls to convert to Islam, it is being defended.
There would be no need for Ellison and Carson to pen the letter – and they likely wouldn’t have done so – if the kidnapped girls hadn’t been thrust into the public consciousness thanks to Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama. Evidence of this can be found at Rescue Christians. There are countless examples of similar Islamic terrorism out there that Ellison and Carson have repeatedly ignored. Yet, this incident involving Boko Haram has magically gotten their attention.
Unfortunately for the stealth jihad movement, damage control appears to be necessary.
A very suspicious timeline of events leading up to the #BringBackOurGirls campaign indicates that drawing attention to it was meant to distract from Benghazi, as Shoebat.com has reported. Don’t believe it?
Both Hillary and Michelle contributed to drawing attention to Boko Haram and the kidnapped schoolgirls at a time when Benghazi was making headlines because of the release of the ‘smoking gun’ email and the subsequent announcement of a House Select Committee.
The Obamas and the Clintons would have gladly welcomed a distraction, Alinsky-style. Boko Haram was suddenly in the news, stealth jihadists in the U.S. became desperate as a result, and were left to clean up some of the mess. For example, writing an open letter and including these signatories – and several others – demonstrates perfectly that desperation:
- CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad: Expressed support for Hamas before going stealth.
- ISNA President Mohammed Magid: Islamic Society of North American (ISNA) is the largest Muslim Brotherhood front group in the U.S. and was caught red-handed plotting to take down the U.S. from within.
- Imam Sheikh Jamal Said: Walid has firsthand knowledge of this figure; Said was his trainer in Chicago. Said is clearly Muslim Brotherhood and has been aligned with Hamas for years. His colleague was Osama bin Laden mentor Abdullah Azzam.
- Imam William Suhaib Webb: Imam of mosque attended by the Boston Marathon bombers.
During a recent press conference at the National Press Club, Muslim leaders spoke out publicly about Boko Haram. Magid and others were in attendance. A man named Mahdi Bray was as well. Bray has a history that includes showing public support for both Hamas and Hezbollah while sharing a stage with a man who would later be convicted of terrorism.
Here is Bray on October 28, 2000 in Lafayette Park, across from the White House, occupied at that time by Bill Clinton:
Based on this new development, we’re re-posting this extremely curious timeline of events that preceded the aforementioned letter being written by the two Muslim congressmen and coinciding with breaking Benghazi news:
Monday, April 14th: More than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls are kidnapped by Boko Haram.
Tuesday, April 29th: Judicial Watch releases ‘smoking gun’ Benghazi email.
Friday, May 2nd (11:03AM ET): House Speaker John Boehner announces the formation of a House Select Committee to investigate Benghazi.
Friday, May 2nd (5:00PM ET): During the Fox News Channel’s The Five broadcast, the panel was discussing Benghazi when left-wing panelist Bob Beckel dismisses the scandal and brings up the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls. The other panelists are dumbfounded by Beckel’s blatant and shameless attempt to change the subject.
Sunday, May 4th (9:05AM ET): Hillary Hamas sends out the following tweet about Nigerian schoolgirls:
Monday, May 5th (12:11PM ET): Boehner announces that conservative firebrand, Rep. Trey Gowdy will be chairing the committee.
Monday, May 5th (approx. 1:00PM ET): The Associated Press reports that Boko Haram’s leader has released a video that day which shows Boko Haram’s leader threatening to sell the kidnapped girls.
Tuesday, May 6th (3:47AM ET): Washington Post publishes a story about kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls and the video of Boko Haram leader that was released a day earlier.
Tuesday, May 6th (6:00PM ET): NBC News (‘news’ used loosely) anchor Brian Williams led his newscast with the story of the kidnapped Nigerian schoolchildren and twice referred to them as being from “Kenya”.
Wednesday, May 7th: During an interview with Robin Roberts, Hillary Hamas downplays the Benghazi scandal, implying it is a political witch hunt. Also during the interview, she discusses the kidnapped Nigerian girls.
Wednesday, May 7th (2:03PM ET): First lady Michelle Obama tweets infamous photo of her holding up #BringBackOurGirls sign.
Thursday, May 8th: U.S. Muslim Leaders hold a press conference at the National Press Club to assert that Boko Haram does not represent Islam. Former CAIR-Florida Executive Director Ahmed Bedier says the government of Nigeria should accept the blame for not catching the kidnappers. Hamas and Hezbollah supporter Mahdi Bray is in attendance as is Mohammed Magid, President of the ISNA.