Biden Puts Muslim Brotherhood in Key Diplomatic and Intelligence Roles

The following report by Clare Lopez was published earlier this month by Sharia TipSheet. See the original for the embedded links.

Biden Puts Muslim Brotherhood in Key Diplomatic and Intelligence Roles

by Clare M. Lopez

Hady Amr is a Beirut-born Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Biden Administration.

  • “Biden Sends Pro-Hamas Envoy ‘Inspired by Intifada’ to Mediate Between Israel and Jihad Terrorists”, Jihad Watch, by Daniel Greenfield, May 14, 2021
  • “Hady Amr’s transformational policy”, Jewish News Syndicate, by Caroline Glick, March 2, 2023
  • Hady Amr is the U.S. Special Representative for Palestinian Affairs

Maher Bitar is a Palestinian American, appointed as Senior Director for Intelligence Programs at Biden’s National Security Council. He was an Executive Board member of Georgetown University’s chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine, which is associated with American Muslims for Palestine (AMP), a founding member of the Muslim Brotherhood political umbrella group, the U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), founded in 2014.

  • “Biden appoints Palestinian American to key intelligence role”, Jewish News Syndicate, by Netta Bar, January 25, 2021
  • “Maher Bitar and Israel’s ideological elections”, Jewish News Syndicate, by Caroline Glick, January 31, 2021

Rashad Hussain is Biden’s Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom and served previously in the Obama Administration as Ambassador to the Muslim Brotherhood-dominated Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

  • “Top Biden National Security Official Served on Board of Pro-Terror Group”, Jihad Watch by Daniel Greenfield, December 11, 2022
  • “USCIRF Welcomes Confirmation of a New Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom”, U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, December 17, 2021
  • “Two Biden administration officials attend ISNA convention, State Department distances itself from pro-jihad rhetoric”, Jihad Watch, by Robert Spencer

Ilhan Omar is a Muslim immigrant from Somalia and U.S. representative for Minnesota’s 5th congressional district since 2019. She met with visiting Turkey’s Muslim Brotherhood President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 2017; mere months later the Islamic Association of North America (IANA), formerly known as The North American Council of Somali Imams (NACSI), joined the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood political umbrella organization, the U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO). Omar also was a former Advisory Board member for Minnesota Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).

  • “Photos Surface Revealing 2017 ‘Closed-Door’ Meeting Between Rep. Ilhan Omar and Turkish President Erdogan”, PJ Media, by Clare M. Lopez, April 11, 2019
  • “Press Release: Christian Pro Israel Advocate Calls For Investigation of Ilhan Omar’s Ties To Terrorism”, Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, February 13, 2023

Retired General John R. Allen secretly lobbied for the Muslim Brotherhood-dominated government of Qatar, lied to investigators about his role, and tried to withhold evidence sought by a federal subpoena, according to court documents.

  • “Feds drop probe of far-Left general accused of lobbying for Muslim Brotherhood-dominated Qatar”, Jihad Watch, by Robert Spencer, February 5, 2023

2 thoughts on “Biden Puts Muslim Brotherhood in Key Diplomatic and Intelligence Roles

  1. Re: “Biden Puts Muslim Brotherhood in Key Diplomatic and Intelligence Roles”

    Of course he does! In this, his time in the Oval Office can be though of as Obama’s third term, since he is continuing in very much the same vein as his former boss, Barack Hussein Obama. A man whose White House guest-list read like a who’s-who of the Ikhwan/Muslim Brotherhood.

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