Evidence that has emerged in recent months regarding long-standing ties between the Muslim Brotherhood and high-ranking members of our government – both past and present – has given rise to a myriad of particularly grave questions. As reported by several Middle Eastern news agencies and by former Muslim Brotherhood terrorist Walid Shoebat, Egyptian authorities have implicated not only President Obama and members of his administration, but Bill and Hillary Clinton, as well as members of the president’s family in plots to reinstall a Muslim Brotherhood government in that country.
In fact, in light of evidence his organization recently obtained (which reportedly includes Israeli intelligence reports), Shoebat has called for the arrest of Malik Obama (President Obama’s half-brother) on charges of being a principal in a clandestine outfit that funds the promotion of global terrorism. Malik Obama is, according to the evidence, a U.S. resident who has lived in Washington, D.C., since 1985. Shoebat also asserts that this cabal includes several Kenya-based Obama family members as well.
As widely reported, Malik Obama has been named by the government of Egypt as a conspirator in crimes ancillary to the above pursuits and is the principal in a nonprofit organization that was personally fast-tracked by embattled former director of the Internal Revenue Service Exempt Organizations division, Lois Lerner. This occurred after Obama’s nonprofit had been operating illegally in the U.S. for two years.
In light of all this, one would naturally surmise that the organization was a vehicle for funneling money to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Shoebat’s new report is comprehensive, but is by no means the smoking gun one would hope Congress (or at least Republicans in Congress) would display with relish as affirmation of the president’s collusion with international terrorists. Why do I say this? Because this evidence is but one of many smoking guns littering the political landscape that American lawmakers and the press have refused to even look at, let alone pick up and brandish for all the world to see.
While the press has been regaling us with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s Bridgegate, legislators have been conspiring to legitimize up to 20 million illegal aliens and Americans are bemoaning the economic impact of the obscenity known as Obamacare, the president’s gang of international criminals have been advancing several fronts in their war against Western civilization, the American people, the global economy and the nation of Israel. Any one of these has the potential to touch off catastrophes of biblical proportions.
In 2006, author Chuck Morse published “The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin al-Husseini,” a startling analysis of the relationship between Islamists and the Nazis during the World War II. This not only brought to light the kinship between these odious groups (rooted in their anti-Semitism), but more importantly, the efforts of dispossessed members of the Third Reich and said Islamists after the war to continue their fight against global Jewry and the nascent modern nation of Israel.
“[I] have nothing against Islam because it educates the men in this division for me and promises them heaven if they fight and are killed in action. A very practical and attractive religion for soldiers …”
– Heinrich Himmler, Reichsführer, Nazi SS
Well, we already know that evil makes strange bedfellows, but it is relatively unknown to average Americans that the Nazis and Islamists had very close ties during the war, despite representations in the film “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” It is even less widely known that there was liberal exchange of tactics and philosophy between the two seemingly unlikely forces and that this carried on well into Islamists’ subsequent campaigns against Jews in Israel.
In fact, it continues to this day.
The revelations in Morse’s book, as well as work done by David Storobin and evidence in the public record, show that the anti-Semitism of Islamists in the Middle East was given new life and substantially refined through their relationship with Adolf Hitler and members of the Nazi Party. Hitler’s friend Haj Amin al-Husseini was the leader of Arab Palestine during the British Mandate period and promoted violence against moderate Arabs as well as Jews. He was also on the Nazi payroll as an agent and later mentored PLO leader and terrorist Yasser Arafat.
Al-Husseini played a behind-the-scenes role in urging the Nazis and pro-Nazi governments in Europe to transport Jews to death camps and in secreting stolen Nazi loot into Arab countries. Finally, Al-Husseini was appointed leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Jerusalem in 1946, where the synergy between his Wahhabism and his newly-acquired Nazi methodology stoked his vision of a Middle East free of Jews. Al-Husseini himself was a pivotal figure in terms of introducing the genocidal Nazi model used in Europe into the post-war Arab Middle East.
So it appears that, like the Weathermen in America who became the Weather Underground, German Nazism did not die but also went underground – in the Middle East. There, it festered under the sands, to emerge as an entity almost indistinguishable from its original form, but equally poisonous.
The question remains: To what extent has our government – specifically, the current administration, its principals and surrogates – been involved in advancing this comprehensive international atrocity? Recent evidence suggests that some have committed crimes not only against America, but crimes that could initiate trials such as those to which Hitler’s own henchmen were subjected.