A man who has been identified as a Muslim Brotherhood infiltrator of the U.S. Government and who was identified as a person of interest in a 2012 five-member Congressional inquiry has stepped down from his position with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). It is not yet known the reason(s) behind Mohamed Elibiary’s departure but he has developed a penchant for letting his mask slip on twitter.
Here is a September 3rd tweet from Elibiary in which he makes the announcement he is leaving DHS:
One day earlier, the world learned that a second American journalist Steven Sotloff was beheaded by ISIS, a group whose leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared a Caliphate. Did that have anything to do with Elibiary’s departure?
Check out this tweet from Elibiary this past June:
Elibiary’s behavior indicates he may be engaged in some serious overcompensating. Not so long ago, his twitter profile included the four-finger salute of the Muslim Brotherhood which, like ISIS, seeks a Caliphate:
The salute came about as a result of the overthrow of Mohammed Mursi from power in Egypt last year. It represents the Rabia al-Adawiya (R4BIA) mosque, which was the site of Muslim Brotherhood protests at the time. Ironically, Sotloff wrote about meeting another very well-connected Muslim Brotherhood leader at the mosque – Gehad el-Haddad. El-Haddad was the chief of staff to Muslim Brotherhood Deputy Khariat al-Shater and spent years as an employee for the Clinton Foundation as Shoebat.com reported.
Here’s a video explaining R4BIA (h/t Freedom’s Outpost):
Publicly, Elibiary bills himself a Republican in much the same way that Suhail Khan and CAIR-FL Executive Director Nezar Hamze do. That doesn’t mean he isn’t anti-Tea Party; he is. Take a look at his new twitter profile photo, exercising his second amendment right:
That goes so nice with his ‘pinned tweet’ that features Mohamed ‘American as Apple Pie’ Elibiary wearing a stars and stripes bandana while sitting on a motorcycle:
It’s also worth noting that then DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano defended Elibiary tooth and nail in Congressional hearings against Republicans. If there is a group of people Napolitano loathes, it’s Republicans. Ask yourself, if Elibiary were really a Republican, would Napolitano defended him so vehemently in the face of questions from… a Republican?
Perhaps no Islamic-related issue has captured the attention of the American public as much as what ISIS is doing. Anecdotal evidence of this very well may involved the long overdue departure of Mohamed Elibiary from the DHS: