The Things That Come with Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s email problem may be much more serious that first thought. The things that come with Clinton should concern us.

The Muslim World League, a mouthpiece for the Saudi government, which has ties to terrorist organizations and whose mission it is to spread Islamic ideas of the Wahhabist variety (they practice Da’wahism, or aggressive proselytizing), shares the same London address as the Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA), the business run by Huma Abedin’s family, which, among other things, publishes a journal Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs striving to promote a positive image of Islam, while presenting anti-feminist views.

The address for the IMMA is 46 Goodge Street, London, W1T 4LU, U.K., which you can see in the above attached link. To see that this is the same address for The World Muslim League, just plug it into Google and see what comes up.

The Institute for Minority Affairs was founded by Abdullah Omar Naseem, who has ties with the Muslim World League (he served as its secretary-general in the 1980s). Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton right-hand, has direct involvement in the organization.

Abedin sat on the board of directors and currently sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, which is edited by her mother Saleha S. Mahmood. Saleha, sits on the Presidency Staff Council of the International Islamic Council for Da’wa and Relief. That group is chaired by the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi.

The Abedin family are propagandists for the project to spread Da’wahism globally.

These close relations are associated with millions of dollars following into the Clinton family’s foundation and millions of dollars in weaponry flowing out of the US into Saudi hands, authorized by the State Department, which are used, among other things, to make war in Yemen. 

In light of this, it’s troubling that Huma Abedin had access to classified information and that the emails the FBI is currently looking at, emails shared between Huma and her estranged husband, Anthony Weiner, could very well include classified documents.

But even if the investigation turns up none of this, the very fact of these relations, which are easily provable and should be covered in-depth by the media, is enough to tell the public that Clinton closely associates with Saudi-style Islamists.

Let’s put this in perspective. Imagine a Christian organization, let’s call it the “Christian World League,” pushing a fundamentalist vision of Christianity through aggressive proselytizing, with ties to white nationalist and right-wing groups, advocating an ideology that subordinates women to male rule. Imagine further an “Institute of Christian Minority Affairs,” which published an anti-feminist Christianist journal, propaganda dressed up in academic jargon, whose purpose it is to promote a positive image of this lethal type of Christianity.

Do we really believe that progressives would remain silent about it?

Why is it that progressives aggressively criticize the patriarchal proclivities of the Christian church but do not speak out against Islam, even in its worst varieties?

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Andrew Austin

Andrew Austin is on the faculty of Democracy and Justice Studies and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin—Green Bay. He has published numerous articles, essays, and reviews in books, encyclopedia, journals, and newspapers.

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