If you can’t believe the guys hiding inside the Trojan horse, who can you trust? While speaking at the United Nations, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the common goal of all Islamic militants is a global caliphate. In response, a U.S. State Department that has undoubtedly been influenced by the Muslim Brotherhood, scoffed:
The Obama administration does not share Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s view that the forces of militant Islam, whether Sunni or Shi’ite, have in common an ultimate goal “to dominate the world,” a State Department spokeswoman said Monday.
In a hard-hitting speech at the United Nations, the Israeli leader said that entities such as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL), Hamas, the Iranian regime, Hezbollah, al-Qaeda and Boko Haram share that eventual goal.
Jen Psaki was asked at the State Department daily briefing later whether the administration agreed with Netanyahu’s argument that those various groups “are all part of the same kind of militant Muslim – Islamic attempt to rule the world.”
“We would not agree with that characterization, no,” she replied.
Of the six Muslims the Investigative Project on Terrorism has identified as Muslim Brotherhood infiltrators of the Obama administration, three of them have spent several years in direct communication with or as part of the State Department. For example, Mohammed Magid, President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is seen in this 2005 State Department photo standing behind then Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice:
During Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State, her closest adviser Huma Abedin was always at her side. As Shoebat.com has reported on extensively, Abedin’s familial ties to the Muslim Brotherhood are extensive and irrefutable. Guilt by association claims are irrelevant when talking about someone with Abedin’s connections being granted a security clearance, which never should have happened. Abedin also worked for 12 years as an editor with the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA), an Institute led by her mother, who is a Muslim Sisterhood leader.
The very objective of the IMMA is to transform Muslim minority lands into Muslim majority lands. Can you say Caliphate?
In 2012, President Barack Obama defended Abedin at the White House where Abedin had a front row seat:
At the same dinner, Abedin shared a table and conversation with Magid:
Another individual identified by IPT as an infiltrator is Rashad Hussain, Barack Obama’s envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). In that position, Hussain holds a prominent State Department position that has only grown in power and prominence under the pro-Muslim Brotherhood Obama administration. As a representative of the Brotherhood, Hussain would want a Caliphate. Here he is with Abedin:
Salam al-Marayati, a Muslim Brotherhood infiltrator of the Obama administration according to IPT, is an adviser / envoy for the U.S. State Department. As a member of the Brotherhood, al-Marayati would want a… Caliphate:
How about Farah Pandith? A Muslim woman who was sworn in to her State Department position in 2009 with a Qur’an held by Hillary Clinton. Pandith serves as the Special Representative for Muslim Communities for the State Department. In her capacity, Pandith has had frequent dealings with multiple Muslim Brotherhood front groups.
As Shoebat.com also reported, one of the names in the ‘smoking gun’ email from White House Deputy Ben Rhodes sent on September 14, 2012 about Susan Rice’s Benghazi talking points, was Mehdi K. Alhassani. Though Alhassani was serving as Special Assistant to the Office of the Chief of Staff, National Security Staff, and Executive Office of the President, he does have a history with the U.S. State Department.
Alhassani served as President of the Muslim Students Association (MSA) at George Washington University (GWU). In a document published circa 2006, Alhassani was listed as part of the Participants at the Citizen Dialogue Group (PCDC) along with Farah Pandith and Yahya Basha, who currently sits on the Board of the highly questionable Syrian Emergency Task Force (SETF), a Washington, DC lobbying outfit that seeks support for Syria’s highly suspect rebels who themselves have connections to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Before State Department spokesman Jen Psaki dismisses the idea that the Muslim Brotherhood wants a Caliphate, perhaps she should start taking note of who in her department is telling her that because they just might be the ones inside the Trojan horse.