Well, Whaddya know? Huma Abedin was a Muslim Students Association Board Member supported by a Saudi Arabian manifesto to infiltrate the West from within.
August 15, 2012
**BE SURE TO READ THE SAUDI MANIFESTO**
According to the Saudi manifesto, the Saudi government planned to infiltrate the west with sole intention to spread Islam. One of the greatest dreams of Islamists is to control it’s biggest enemy: America. If they can control America, the predictions in the Quran and the duty of all Muslims, that Islam will “rule the world” and be established in all corners of the world, will come true. The initial targets is the United States, Rome and Spain, to re-establish the Calipath. This, however, is about 30-50 years into the future when the Muslim population in the West will have exploded from natural births and conversions.
The Saudi manifesto speaks of recruiting Muslims that ‘live in non-Muslim lands’ and transforming them as a collective unit. It spoke of already established centers, educational programs, mosques and organizations in the United States like ISNA and MSA, all geared towards hindering any western plan for Muslim assimilation in a non-Muslim host nation. By refusing to assimilate, Muslims intentionally or unintentionally work towards the goal to bring Islamic rule to the West by refusing to adapt other views or faiths, and refusing to accept the ideas of the kufar. It mentioned “The Muslim Society of North America (ISNA) and the Muslim Students Association (MSA) established in the United States in 1962” (p. 65), as key agents to protect Muslims from assimilation.
Five decades of efforts were spent with billions to ensure that Muslims will be an unassimilated group which then can influence the non-Muslim host nation and other nations, regardless of how small the numbers of Muslims, by shifting the demographic scale due to their population growth in favor of this Saudi agenda.
It explained how a gradual change would ensue by becoming a major revolutionary powerhouse that will tilt the host nation in favor of Muslims due to their increase as a population. It was a conundrum to transform a nation from within, where a Minority population can act as a fifth column, incubating in the host nation with the intent of gradually implementing the Wahhabist plans.
“It [Muslim Minority Affairs] will work under the umbrella of the Muslim World
League (MWL) and the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO) and
World Association of Muslim Youth (WAMY) and others” (P. 6, also see P. 23)
- Huma Abedin’s mother Saleha, was not simply a member but a leader in Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood’s Sisterhood branch. The Muslim Brotherhood is a extremist organization.
- The Abedin’s were for decades affiliated with an al-Qaeda financier named Abdullah Omar Naseef, who had appointed the Abedin’s to start the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA).
- The House of Saud had used Huma’s father Sayed Zaynul Abedin’s book work ‘Muslim Minorities in the West’, published in 1998, as part of 29 works to construct a plan to conquer the world with Islam (and created an Islamic state out of the West).
- These efforts are made slowly and deliberately through various means apart from establishing centers, schools, groups, and employment in all sectors: by lawfare to stop obstruction of Islam, and by greater efforts to make it illegal to criticize Muslims or the Islamic faith [currently in discussion at the UN], and to stop media involvement in any critique [investment and large shareholder ship in media outlets, such as Fox News and other anti-Islam media outlets] – and to play a ‘victim’ role to gain sympathy from the naive masses.
by Walid Shoebat
Well, well, well… In addition to Huma Abedin returning to the United States circa 1996 and landing a job with both Hillary Clinton and the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA), she also joined the Muslim Students Association (MSA) Executive Board at George Washington University.
The following screen shot is courtesy of Wayback Machine and shows that in 1997, Huma Abedin served on the MSA Executive Board as the Head of Social Committee.
We now know that while Huma was serving on the IMMA Board with al-Qaeda financier Abdullah Omar Naseef, she was also serving on the Board of a Muslim Brotherhood front group – the MSA – as identified by the 1991 document introduced into evidence during the Holy Land Foundation trial. In 1997, that document was only six years old.
Remember, both Wolf Blitzer and Dana Milbank said that arguing Muslim Brotherhood infiltration has merit; Huma Abedin was a Board member of the MSA, a Muslim Brotherhood organization.
Here the Saudi manifesto introduces the whole of mankind’s destiny, including the demonic world all of which will some day become Muslim: “The religion [Islam] was destined to rule both races of the globe, mankind and demons.”