If you were a stealth Muslim Brotherhood agent, you would be more offended by someone who is critical of Islam than you would be by terrorists who commit acts of terror in the name of Islam. It stands to reason, therefore, that as an agent of the Brotherhood, you would spend more of your time criticizing the critic of Islam than you would denouncing the terrorists. That leads us to one such Muslim Brotherhood agent; her name is Rabia Chaudry.
In an open letter to Bill Maher, Chaudry derided the ‘comedian’ for his comments recently that ‘Islam is the problem’. Chaudry is clearly more offended by Maher than she is by Boko Haram:
On your show you recently discussed the kidnapping of hundreds of girls by Boko Haram, followed by the new sharia laws in Brunei, and rounded out the segment with a nod to your buddy Ayaan Hirsi Ali—quite the trifecta of examples to support your conclusion that Islam itself is, as you said, “the problem.” Your reasoning is essentially that Muslims are doing many horrible things around the world, and they all believe in Islam, so naturally Islam is the nonnegotiable culprit.
Let’s ignore for now the numerous logical fallacies in your premise and instead follow your exact line of reasoning. If we are to accept your rationale, we have to also accept that, if many Muslims are doing good things around the world, and they all believe in Islam, then Islam is responsible for the good that they do. We also accept, given that Ali’s criticism of Islam is based on her personal experience, that the positive personal experience of other Muslims, including converts, are just as valid reflections on the faith.
If Islam were truly a peaceful religion, at whom should Chaudry be most angry, Boko Haram or Maher?
A better question might be: If Chaudry was a Muslim Brotherhood agent, at whom would she be more angry, Boko Haram or Maher?
The answer to that question is clearly Maher.
It’s obvious, therefore, that Chaudry is an agent of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The evidence is in abundance. She consorts with the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA); Chaudry founded the Safe Nation Collaborative and member of the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Leadership Forum, which portrays CAIR and the MSA as a civil rights groups that confront Islamophobia and seek interfaith dialogue. Chaudry has also had a career as a CAIR spokesman.
As we wrote at Shoebat.com, we’re no fans of Maher. He’s a far left-winger. In many ways, he may pose a greater threat to the stealth jihad agenda that Chaudry is obviously a part of than many on the right are. If Maher can get his followers to see Islam as the problem, those followers might also become a bigger threat to Chaudry than Boko Haram is.
In 2012, Chaudry attended a New America Foundation conference and while there, sat on a panel with stealth jihadist Mohamed Elibiary and MPAC’s Washington, DC Executive Director Hairs Tarin. Elibiary can be seen in the photo below (second from left) of Muslim Brotherhood infiltrators: