Abedin, Abedin, Abedin — That’s All, Folks! (Randyjw; November 4, 2016)
As a reminder, or perhaps for the first time, I care to refresh your memories of the ties which bind. These are not the cords binding Isaac, though metaphorically they might as well be. They are not the alternate version binding Ishmael, though they could just as easily be those, as well. But, what they are lies somewhere in the shady grey region in-between, the blending, and shaking and pouring out of it all, with all the foamy matter rising to the top.
For it involves the stories of the peoples of the region, and how they came to be here, and what they did with their time while here, and how they interacted with their new lands and people.
For Anthony Weiner, it was a fairly straight-forward matter of a golden boy living the dream. He was born in the US and led an idyllic life, making good on the American ethos to work hard and, by doing so, to earn success. And that he did, very well, having risen steadily in politics as an ardent Democrat over the years. This brought him into the eventual sphere of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign bid, where he found more than a beneficial association in its immediate environs, but also found a personal association with Hillary Clinton’s perennial “running mate”, Huma Abedin. The following year, Huma and Anthony were engaged, and in 2010, they married.
And yes, Anthony Weiner was Jewish and Huma Abedin was Muslim. They had a child in 2011, amidst revelations that text messages under aliases such as “Carlos Danger” had been linked to Anthony Weiner and had also been linked in indiscretionary manner to other women, including new allegations that one such person was under the age of 18. Because of this, the FBI reopened the investigation of Anthony Weiner’s case in September 2016, and in October, examining the laptop Anthony shared with his wife, Huma Abedin.
It was discovered that there are some 650,000 emails to- or from- Ms. Abedin, a possibility which could include those relating to communiques which may have occurred between sensitive entities possibly involved with, or referring possibly to, government affairs.
With regards to the investigation relating to the server Mrs. Hillary Clinton set-up in her home, and from which she sent and received correspondence between herself and others while she was Secretary of State, Ms. Abedin had responded in June 2016 that she had, by that time, already supplied the FBI with all devices containing her emails.
By dint of her long service to Mrs. Clinton, and due to her professional association and close ties as first her intern, then her aide, then her role as deputy chief of staff for Mrs. Clinton at the Department of State, Huma Abedin, as well as another assistant, Cheryl Mills, had been given email accounts, which had been also placed on Hillary Clinton’s private email server, and so the FBI investigation into these close associations were warranted. It is anticipated that the investigation’s results will not be known prior to this 2016 presidential election, in which Hillary Clinton is the Democratic contender.
Huma’s parents were born in India, it being stated that the area name changed to Pakistan for Huma’s mother’s place of birth. In between, Huma’s parents gave birth to Huma in the United States, then left for Saudia Arabia when Huma was two years old, upon acceptance of her father to employment with the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA), which had been offered him by the vice president of King Abdulaziz University, Abdullah Omar Naseef. The two men had previously been colleagues at the Saudi-owned University, and Huma’s father, Syed Abedin, had also been involved with the Muslim Student Association (MSA) at Western Michigan University, while living in the U.S.
The institute publishes the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs (JMMA), housed at the same address in London, 46 Goodge Street, as the Muslim World League, of which Naseef had been its secretary-general in the early 1980’s. Naseef later developed close ties to Osama bin Laden and the terrorist group al Qaeda.
Huma returned to the United States to attend George Washington University, where for a couple of years she was also an executive board member of the Muslim Student Association. Two chaplains of this same Association later would be found to have ties to terrorism: Mohamed Omeish, who had headed the International Islamic Relief Organization, and which organization was found to have funded al Qaeda; and Anwar al-Awlaki, who had been associated to the hijackers of 911. Omeish’s brother, Esam, had headed the Muslim American Society, advocates of the Muslim Brotherhood position. Both of the brothers were associated with Abdurahman Alamoudi, who was later convicted and incarcerated on terrorism charges.
In 1996, and thereafter, Huma began both her political career and subsequent, concurrent outside employment furthering Muslim and political agendas. She was employed as a White House intern while she was working as an assistant editor for the JMMA. She became an executive board member of JMMA and served in that capacity for six years, together with Abdullah Naseef during one of those years, as well as having been there during the first seven years of Naseef’s activities in the IMMA.
When she returned to the Department of State from her maternity leave, she came back with a new title, “special government employee,” and her clients were Hillary Clinton, the Department of State, and the Clinton Foundation, among others. Recently, she was made vice chair of Hillary’s presidential election campaign.
Huma’s sister, Heba, was also employed with Huma at the JMMA as an assistant editor, and her brother, Hassan, was involved there, as well, in the capacity of associate editor. Hassan had been a fellow at the Oxford Center for Islamic Studies when the Center’s board had included such people as Yusuf al-Qaradawi and Abdullah Omar Naseef.
Huma’s mother, Saleha Mahmood Abedin, has been listed as a board member of the International Islamic Council for Dawa and Relief, a part of Union of Good, led by Yusuf al-Qaradawi and designated by the U.S. as an international terrorist organization.
Leak-like emails? Terrorist associations?
Do you feel safe?
This article was compiled with copious reshuffling of information found and put together by the good folks at Discover the Networks.
Discover the Networks.org; accessed November 3, 2016. See accessed sites, and associated:
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