Obama Brothers Meet Two Days before Malik visits with Cult Leader who wants to Build Jerusalem’s Third Temple

By Ben Barrack

Malik Obama is either schizophrenic or brazenly deceptive. In 2010, he visited Yemen and donned a Hamas stoll that said – in Arabic – “Jerusalem is Ours. We are Coming!” and identified Palestine as being “From the River to the Sea”. At the same time, he was partnered with a cult leader based in Abilene, TX who seeks to build Jerusalem’s third Temple next to the Dome of the Rock, one of Islam’s most ‘holiest’ sites, in some twisted version of Interfaith outreach and Chrislam.

Malik: Schizophrenic or Deceptive?

Malik: Schizophrenic or Deceptive?

On April 16, 2014, two days prior to visiting a notorious cult leader named Yisrayl Hawkins, who believes global warming is caused by Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) and who has plans to construct Jerusalem’s third temple, Malik Obama visited is brother Barack in the Oval Office. According to Malik, the reason for the visit with his brother was a “family meeting” to discuss the death and funeral service of their Aunt Zeituni Onyango, who had passed away on April 7th.

Barack and Malik in Oval Office on April 16, 2014.

Barack and Malik in Oval Office on April 16, 2014.

Setting aside the “family meeting” aspect for a moment, on April 18th, Malik traveled to Abilene, TX to meet with a longtime friend and partner Hawkins, who leads the House of Yahweh cult. Something truly disturbing about this relationship is that Hawkins has a history that includes very bizarre behavior and criminal trouble, to include an arrest for bigamy and multiple counts of forced child labor, as Shoebat.com has reported.

However, the most troubling aspect to Hawkins’ cult are his plans to build Jerusalem’s Third Temple, not in place of Islam’s Dome of the Rock, but adjacent to it, which Shoebat.com has explored in great detail. This is where Malik was on Good Friday – the House of Yahweh cult – just two days after visiting his brother in the Oval Office:

Malik Obama and Yisrayl Hawkins examine model of plans for Third Temple on April 18, 2014.

Malik Obama and Yisrayl Hawkins examine model of plans for Third Temple on April 18, 2014.

We’re not disputing the claim that Malik and Barack discussed funeral arrangements for their family member during their meeting two days prior to Malik’s trip to Abilene. What we would like to know is whether the conversation ever turned to what Malik and Hawkins would be discussing.

This certainly would not be the first time Malik expressed a desire to meet with his brother about the goals of Hawkins’ cult. In 2010, while attending a conference for A Peaceful Solution (the name Hawkins gives for his Temple idea), Malik suggested to the audience that he would be meeting with his brother the next day and “see if he can apply the concept” as reported by Shoebat.com:

In the days that followed his aunt’s funeral, Barack was chided in mainstream and conservative media for choosing to play golf instead of attending Aunt Zeituni Onyango’s funeral. In a story that reveals another photo of Malik visiting Barack in the Oval Office last month, the President’s brother was quoted by an African/UK website defending Barack’s behavior:

“The President left for Asia the following day after our meeting on April 16 in the White House where he gave his contribution.

Therefore, media and press reports that he was golfing are unfair and malicious. He made time to meet and discuss with us the arrangements for her funeral.”

Where Malik runs into a bit of trouble here is that just days prior to defending his brother’s behavior, quotes attributed to him in the New York Times told a different story:

“He leads his life, and I lead my life,” said Mr. Obama’s half brother Malik Obama… He said he “wouldn’t say” he and the president had stayed close. “Because even my other brothers and sisters, they are all over the place,” Malik Obama added. “Right now, I would say that things have changed.”

In a 2013 interview with GQ, Malik said of his relationship with Barack, “Of course, we’re close!”

Again, schizophrenia or deception?


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