Last week, FrontPage Magazine published a wide-ranging interview with AFLC Advisory Board Member Andrew C. McCarthy, who discusses in further detail about Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s top aide Huma Abedin and her alarming ties to Islamic supremacism.
Indeed, McCarthy explains that Abedin served for a dozen years as the assistant editor of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, the main publication of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. According to McCarthy, both the institute and the journal were founded by Abdullah Omar Naseef, a top financier of the al-Qaeda terror network.
Furthermore, McCarthy explains that the Muslim Minority Affairs “is not merely a title for an institute or a journal but a strategy and a jurisprudence of building the global Islamist movement by integrating into the West, resisting assimilation, establishing enclaves of Islamic supremacism, and pressuring host governments both to accommodate what become growing Muslim demands and to indulge the rule of sharia in these enclaves – which sets a precedent that facilitates the gradual incorporation of sharia elements in the law and culture of the host country.”
In addition, McCarthy discusses Abedin’s involvement with the Muslim Brotherhood-founded Muslim Students Association (MSA) while she was a student at George Washington University (she served on the executive board), which as McCarthy describes, is “the foundation of the Muslim Brotherhood’s infrastructure – an infrastructure that the Brotherhood has quite intentionally constructed for the purpose of executing the “Muslim Minority Affairs” strategy of giving like-minded Muslims the space and fortitude to resist assimilation and demand accommodation.” McCarthy also mentions that the former chaplain of the George Washington University MSA chapter was the notorious Anwar al-Awlaki.
As McCarthy points out, however, Huma Abedin’s ties to Islamic supremacist is merely a reflection of Washington’s “willful blindness” to the sharia-adherent Islamists’ infiltration of the federal government.
You can read the wide-ranging interview in full here.