Such a simple question with such a complicated answer. To begin, she is the daughter of Saleha Mahmood Abedin, a very pro-Sharia sociologist with ties to numerous organizations, especially the Muslim Brotherhood.

Huma Abedin is Hillary Rodham Clinton’s top advisor and now, seemingly, her top e-mail controller.

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Once again, we go to a top site on the web for in-depth looks at individuals who are now very close to our enemies.

“Huma Abedin was born in 1976 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Her father, Syed Abedin (1928-1993), was an Indian-born scholar who had worked as a visiting professor at Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz University in the early Seventies.

Huma’s mother, Saleha Mahmood Abedin, is a sociologist known for her strong advocacy of Sharia Law. A member of the Muslim Sisterhood (i.e., the Muslim Brotherhood‘s division for women), Saleha is also a board member of the International Islamic Council for Dawa and Relief. This pro-Hamas entity is part of the Union of Good, which the U.S. government has formally designated as an international terrorist organization led by the Muslim Brotherhood luminary Yusuf al-Qaradawi.

When Huma was two, the Abedin family relocated from Michigan to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. This move took place when Abdullah Omar Naseef, a major Muslim Brotherhood figure who served as vice president of Abdulaziz University (AU), recruited his former AU colleague, Syed Abedin, to work for the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA), a Saudi-based Islamic think tank that Naseef was preparing to launch. A number of years later, Naseef would develop close ties to Osama bin Laden and the terrorist group al Qaeda. Naseef also spent time (beginning in the early 1980s) as secretary-general of the Muslim World League, which, as journalist Andrew C. McCarthy points out, “has long been the Muslim Brotherhood’s principal vehicle for the international propagation of Islamic supremacist ideology.”

It is vital to note that IMMA’s “Muslim Minority Affairs” agenda was, and remains to this day, a calculated foreign policy of the Saudi Ministry of Religious Affairs, designed, as Andrew C. McCarthy explains, “to grow an unassimilated, aggressive population of Islamic supremacists who will gradually but dramatically alter the character of the West.” For details about this agenda, click here.”

On Wikipedia, some of these allegations are called out as conspiracy theories, yet, we continue to find some items that are the same in both places, such as Huma’s close link to the Clinton Foundation, which is to be expected considering she is Hillary Clinton’s advisor—but maybe her insight into Hillary’s e-mail accounts helped our enemy? We will never find that out for sure, but the question has to be asked, since Huma did, in fact, handle some highly classified documents, according to recent e-mail statements.

Obama once stated that you could learn a lot about people by whom they associated with. Given that idea, we look at whom Huma’s mother associated herself with, and even Wikipedia lists Muslim minorities. The real names of the groups, which Wikipedia doesn’t show, are the Muslim Minority Affairs and also the International Islamic Council for Dawa and Relief. This was left out, for the most part, in Wikipedia, mainly because it really showed the background of Huma’s family and how it was deeply associated with Muslim groups that are pro-terrorists and almost exclusively anti-Israel.

From 1997 until sometime before early 1999, Abedin, while still interning at the White House, was an executive board member of George Washington University‘s (GWU) Muslim Students Association (MSA), heading the organization’s “Social Committee.”

It is noteworthy that in 2001-02, soon after Abedin left that executive board, the chaplain and “spritual guide” of GWU’s MSA was Anwar al-Awlaki, the al Qaeda operative who ministered to some of the men who were among the 9/11 hijackers. Another chaplain at GWU’s MSA (from at least October 1999 through April 2002) was Mohamed Omeish, who headed the International Islamic Relief Organization, which has been tied to the funding of al Qaeda. Omeish’s brother, Esam, headed the Muslim American Society, the Muslim Brotherhood’s quasi-official branch in the United States. Both Omeish brothers were closely associated with Abdurahman Alamoudi, who would later be convicted and incarcerated on terrorism charges.”

Huma was associated with the Muslim Students Association (MSA), heading the organization’s “Social Committee.” Just what is this group, you might ask?

“The Muslim Students Association of the United States and Canada, or MSA (also known as MSA National), was established mainly by members of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in January 1963 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Nyack College theologian Larry A. Poston writes that “many of the founding members of this agency [MSA] were members of, or had connections to,” the Muslim Brotherhood or Jamaat-i-Islami. The three most significant founders of MSA were Hisham al Talib, Jamal Barzinji, and Ahmed Totanji, and all of whom were MB leaders of Iraqi descent. Other noteworthy individuals who served as early co-founders of MSA were Mahboob Khan and Malika Khan.

The creation of MSA resulted from Saudi-backed efforts to establish Islamic organizations internationally in the 1960s, for the purpose of spreading its Wahhabist ideology across the globe. According to Alex Alexiev of the Center for Security Policy: “The Saudis over the years set up a number of large front organizations, such as the Al Haramain Foundation, the Muslim World League, the World Assembly of Muslim Youth, and a great number of Islamic ‘charities.’ While invariably claiming that they were private, all of these groups were tightly controlled and financed by the Saudi government and the Wahhabi clergy.” Moreover, these organizations commonly shared personnel, money, and institutional affiliations.”

Even Wikipedia shows Huma is a Muslim, so that cannot be disputed, and it would make a lot of sense to hide all that is shown here because Huma doesn’t want the world to know that Hillary Clinton has a Muslim as an advisor, especially one that seems to have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and other terrorists groups. It is shown here that Huma worked for the Muslim Students Association, which has connections to such notable characters as Anwar al-Awlaki, an al-Qaeda operative for the 9/11 attack. One has to wonder what part, if any, of this is true and what it could mean for our nation, especially if Huma is, in fact, part of the Muslim Brotherhood. That is a question that begs to be answered, especially since she freely admits she is a Muslim.

“Another noteworthy figure associated with IMMA is the aforementioned Huma Abedin, who worked for the Institute from 1996-2008; she spent the last six of those years (2002-2008) as a member of the JMMA editorial board. Huma’s brother, Hassan Abedin, has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and currently serves as an associate editor at JMMA.”

It seems that the connections have been hidden in other sites, maybe to cover up who Huma Abedin really is. Was it a strange occurrence that Huma Abedin’s name was removed from the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs when she became Hillary Rodham Clinton’s deputy chief of staff?

“When Mrs. Clinton was appointed as President Barack Obama‘s Secretary of State in 2009, Abedin became her deputy chief of staff. At approximately that same point in time, Abedin’s name was removed from the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs’ masthead.”

“Huma Abedin’s brother, Hassan Abedin, has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and is currently an associate editor with the JMMA. Hassan was once a fellow at the Oxford Center for Islamic Studies, at a time when the Center’s board included such Brotherhood-affiliated figures as Yusuf al-Qaradawi and Abdullah Omar Naseef.”

“Huma’s sister, Heba Abedin (formerly known as “Heba A. Khaled”), is an assistant editor with JMMA, where she served alongside Huma prior to the latter’s departure.”

Although there may not be any real problem with Huma Abedin, does it seem logical not to question why a Muslim, whose sister and brother are deeply involved in the Muslim Brotherhood, is at such a high post and to ask what she is doing there? We should question this, as it seems that Huma Abedin may well be a huge part of a problem of which we have no idea. We just have to look back to what the Nazis did prior to and during World War 2 and how they used spies to get information on the United States. Is it too much to question a Muslim’s background when it seems to indicate a possible link to our enemy? These questions have to be asked, and, if they are asked, maybe the answers, when found out, will make us ask even more questions.

Leon Puissegur is a Disabled Vietnam Veteran with 3 children and 9 grandchildren. He has been married to the same wonderful lady for 43 years. He is an award winning author and has been writing opinion pieces over the years and in just the last few years has written 4 books and a large amount of articles on many sites. You can purchase his books at Amazon. Pick up his latest The Oil Man.

Courtesy of Freedom Outpost.