This is one of Hillary’s right-hand girls. Remember she worked for the Clinton Foundation and the State Department at the same time? And she had top secret security clearance.
Huma Abedin was working as ASSISTANT EDITOR at her mother’s radical Muslim journal when it blamed America for 9/11
- Human Abedin worked at Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs until 2008
- She was the assistant editor under her mother Saleha Mahmood Abedin
- In 2002 journal published an article blaming US for the 9/11 attacks
- Author wrote America’s ‘sanctions and injustices’ imposed on Muslim countries had created a ticking ‘time bomb’
- That bomb ‘had to explode and explode it did on September 11’
- Earlier articles appeared to claim that women who wore revealing clothes were inviting rape
- Abedin and Clinton campaign have not commented on the articles
- Informal Trump adviser Roger Stone claimed Abedin is a ‘Saudi spy’
- Raises family ties to Institute of Minority Muslim Affairs, a think tank
- Suggests link to Muslim Brotherhood but offers no direct evidence
- Abedin was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and worked for Hillary in the White House, the Senate, and the State Department
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3751777/Huma-Abedin-worked-assistant-editor-mother-s-radical-Muslim-journal-blamed-9-11-Hillary-Clinton-s-aide.html#ixzz4I6jP0nWb
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The company Hillary Clinton keeps tells you exactly the kind of person she’d be as president.
You can’t help but laugh, really. It’s so not funny that all you can do is shake your head and chuckle lightheartedly.
Turns out Hillary’s top aide, Huma Abedin – or, Mrs. Weiner – worked at a radical Muslim journal that blamed America for 9/11.
From New York Post:
Hillary Clinton’s top campaign aide, and the woman who might be the future White House chief of staff to the first female US president, for a decade edited a radical Muslim publication that opposed women’s rights and blamed the US for 9/11.
One of Clinton’s biggest accomplishments listed on her campaign Web site is her support for the UN women’s conference in Bejing in 1995, when she famously declared, “Women’s rights are human rights.” Her speech has emerged as a focal point of her campaign, featured prominently in last month’s Morgan Freeman-narrated convention video introducing her as the Democratic nominee.
However, soon after that “historic and transformational” 1995 event, as Clinton recently described it, her top aide Huma Abedin published articles in a Saudi journal taking Clinton’s feminist platform apart, piece by piece. At the time, Abedin was assistant editor of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs working under her mother, who remains editor-in-chief. She was also working in the White House as an intern for then-First Lady Clinton.
Headlined “Women’s Rights are Islamic Rights,” a 1996 article argues that single moms, working moms and gay couples with children should not be recognized as families. It also states that more revealing dress ushered in by women’s liberation “directly translates into unwanted results of sexual promiscuity and irresponsibility and indirectly promote violence against women.” In other words, sexually liberated women are just asking to be raped
“A conjugal family established through a marriage contract between a man and a woman, and extended through procreation is the only definition of family a Muslim can accept,” the author, a Saudi official with the Muslim World League, asserted, while warning of “the dangers of alternative lifestyles.” (Abedin’s journal was founded and funded by the former head of the Muslim World League.)
“Pushing [mothers] out into the open labor market is a clear demonstration of a lack of respect of womanhood and motherhood,” it added.
In a separate January 1996 article, Abedin’s mother — who was the Muslim World League’s delegate to the UN conference — wrote that Clinton and other speakers were advancing a “very aggressive and radically feminist” agenda that was un-Islamic and wrong because it focused on empowering women.
“‘Empowerment’ of women does more harm than benefit the cause of women or their relations with men,” Saleha Mahmood Abedin maintained, while forcefully arguing in favor of Islamic laws that have been roundly criticized for oppressing women.
Isn’t she lovely?
Aren’t they both?
Don’t they just deserve each other?