Skip to comments.Muslim Brotherhood supporter gets Homeland Security promotion
Posted on 09/13/2013 10:40:47 PM PDT by lowbridge
A controversial Homeland Security advisor who was recently promoted to senior fellow is a self-declared Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and Mohamed Morsi supporter.
Mohamed Elibiary, who was appointed to the Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council by then-Secretary Janet Napolitano in 2010, tweeted Thursday that his appointment was renewed and his position elevated:
Mohamed Elibiary @MohamedElibiary
I'm honored to be reappointed to Secretary's Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) and promoted to Sr. Fellow position @DHSgov #Service 12:38 PM - 12 Sep 2013
Elibiarys tenure on the advisory council created controversy almost from the start. About a year after his appointment, PJ Media reported that he used his new federal security clearance to download information on the Texas Department of Public Safety and sell it to left-leaning media outlets as proof of Texas Gov. Rick Perrys Islamophobia.
The media didnt bite; the proof existed only in Elibiarys mind.
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>Camels nose under the tent.
More like our pathetic government pitched our tent right over the islamist muslim cesspool. Words cannot be spoken as to what should happen to these evil MFers.
No, the camels are in the tent, sleeping in the beds, eating at the table and defecating on the rugs.
..it’s just another example of the narcissist way of sticking it in America’s eye...
it’s hump day every day
“Does this Mohammed have an eight-year-old bride?”
Probably not. But the way this country is going, it wont be long before thats legal.
Of course tea Party and Libertaris are the “true” terrorists acording to Janet Man-Politano.
Before he was Pretender of the United States:
“It is noteworthy, too, that the relevant events outlined above occurred in the same time period. It was 1990 when Obama publicly endorsed Derrick Bell, and he continued to be a Bell acolyte through his graduation from law school in 1991, and no doubt beyond then: he has never made any attempt to distance himself from Bells racist theories or to criticize Bell in any way. Louis Farrakhan was notorious long before then, and Khalid Muhammad was the Nation of Islams National Spokesman by 1985. He gave his infamous kill them all speech in 1993, and Bell endorsed him (and, implicitly, the kill them all speech) in 1994. At no time has Barack Obama ever disavowed his radical associations of those days. Nor were these youthful follies; Obama was within two months of 30 years old when he graduated from law school....”
We need no further proof! I knew this about them, but I didn't know they pledged those words publicly until now. It's right there as soon as our elected officials get the courage to act and/or the scum in our 4th Estate realize what'll happen to THEM under Sharia...
Camel’s cock... balls deep.
moozlums are insufferable in a civilized culture. The Clown Prince, nobama should be imprisoned.
I am voting for the Presidential candidate that promises to end the DHS, TSA and another alphabet soup agency to be named later.
Rand Slams Congress for Funding Egypt’s Generals:
‘How Does Your Conscience Feel Now?’
Foreign Policy | 15 Aug 2013 | John Hudson
Posted on 08/15/2013 5:44:10 PM PDT by Hoodat
Sen. Rand Paul is hammering his fellow senators for keeping billions in financial aid flowing to Egypt’s military — even as Cairo’s security forces massacre anti-government activists.
[by “anti-government activists” is meant church-burning jihadists]
...a self-declared Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and Mohamed Morsi supporter. Mohamed Elibiary, who was appointed to the Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council by then-Secretary Janet Napolitano in 2010, tweeted Thursday that his appointment was renewed and his position elevated... About a year after his appointment, PJ Media reported that he used his new federal security clearance to download information on the Texas Department of Public Safety and sell it to left-leaning media outlets as proof of Texas Gov. Rick Perrys "Islamophobia."
Every day that saying proves more and more true doesn't it? What we got here in this White House ladies and gentlemen is a foreign agent of radical Islam which is why on his very first day in office January 20th 2009, the VERY FIRST thing he did was try and close down Gitmo! Above EVERYTHING ELSE his #1 priority was to his radical Islamo bros and it's been non-stop ever since hasn't it? Destroying the US from within while doing everything he can to empower and spread radical Islam.
You would think at least THAT would start impeachment proceedings but nooooo. Why? Because this has been the constant response of the RINO party........
At this rate, we are all going to end up under Sharia Law.
The fact that he fooled 52% of the country once, and did it again 4 yrs later, proves our Republic is so infiltrated and compromised, that we’re never going to get it back.
Forget the worthless RINO/GOPe crowd; they’re the flip-side of the lib-dem-marxist-islamists.
If we lose the House in 2014, it’ll happen even faster.
The murderous, subhuman filth in the muslim/islamic caliphate’s abyss will spread thru the Western Civilization, taking us back into the darkness of 1,400 yrs ago.
The only hope we have is 3rd Party of 4th Box...
Yeah we def need a 3rd party, oh maaan do we ever. I write Mark Levin all the time asking him to run just because I know he would debate any of these fascist SOBs into mush, but I don’t know what his deal is...he just don’t want to do it. We need someone who is going to just steamroll these scumbags into oblivion next election, who will not let them get away with one iota of their baloney and I really can’t think of anyone who could do that except Levin. Maybe Palin but I don’t know if she knows her stuff that well or can get that kick ass.
He’d be my top choice, too, but with his heart attack, bypass, complications and other medical problems, I don’t think he’d do it. He’d never get a ‘clean bill of health’ from a doc, enough for a presidential run, for the public okay. Besides, I think he’s too private of a person to stay in the limelight for very long; his few public appearances are indicative of that, though he’s a magnetic personality and a helluva speaker. Palin’s got a ways to go to catch-up to him. But I’d vote for her again, if she ran. Mark would make a great AG for her, or another cabinet position; he might take that. Who knows?