Hillary’s Closest Aide Has Shocking Ties To Radical Islam

Huma Abedin is Hillary Clinton’s closest advisor.

She is practically a member of the family, and could be in line for the position of Chief of Staff should Hillary win the election.

But new details about her past work call her beliefs into question.

She spent a decade as an assistant editor for her mother’s radical Islamic publication, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs.

The Journal blamed the United States for the 9/11 terror attacks and launched editorial broadsides against the Western notions of the treatment of women because they didn’t line up with Islamic beliefs.

The New York Post reports:

“Huma continued to work for her mother’s journal through 2008. She is listed as “assistant editor” on the masthead of the 2002 issue in which her mother suggested the US was doomed to be attacked on 9/11 because of “sanctions” it leveled against Iraq and other “injustices” allegedly heaped on the Muslim world. Here is an excerpt:


“The spiral of violence having continued unabated worldwide, and widely seen to be allowed to continue, was building up intense anger and hostility within the pressure cooker that was kept on a vigorous flame while the lid was weighted down with various kinds of injustices and sanctions . . . It was a time bomb that had to explode and explode it did on September 11, changing in its wake the life and times of the very community and the people it aimed to serve.”


Huma Abedin is Clinton’s longest-serving and, by all accounts, most loyal aide. The devout, Saudi-raised Muslim started working for her in the White House, then followed her to the Senate and later the State Department. She’s now helping run Clinton’s presidential campaign as vice chair and may end up back in the White House.

The contradictions are hard to reconcile. The campaign is not talking, despite repeated requests for interviews.


Until now, these articles which Abedin helped edit and publish have remained under wraps. Perhaps Clinton was unaware she and her mother took such opposing views.

But that’s hard to believe. Her closest adviser served as an editor for that same Saudi propaganda organ for a dozen years. The same one that in 1999 published a book, edited by her mother, that justifies the barbaric practice of female genital mutilation under Islamic law, while claiming “man-made laws have in fact enslaved women.”

This isn’t Abedin’s first controversy.

There is evidence Abedin is connected to the radical Muslim Brotherhood group.

Her mother was a member of the women’s division of the Muslim Brotherhood – the Muslim Sisterhood.

Andrew McCarthy wrote on PJ Media about her other family ties to the Muslim Brotherhood:

“Furthermore, Huma Abedin’s brother, Hassan Abedin, besides also being part of the IMMA, was a fellow at the Oxford Center for Islamic Studies. On the board at the Oxford Center when Hassan Abedin was a fellow were the aforementioned Brotherhood heavyweights and terror promoters, Sheikh Qaradawi and Abdullah Omar Naseef.


There is a great deal of background information now available about Huma Abedin and her family connections to the Brotherhood. In particular, extensive research has been done by Walid Shoebat (a former Muslim Brother who has renounced the Brotherhood) and the Center for Security Policy. I would encourage interested readers to peruse the information they have put out and are continuing to unearth. I am simply distilling the highlights, which powerfully demonstrate that it is the Republican establishment acting irresponsibly, not Rep. Bachmann and her conservative colleagues.


In a nutshell, shortly after Huma Abedin was born in 1976, the Abedin family moved from Kalamazoo, Michigan, to Saudi Arabia, a country governed by sharia and thus one of the world’s most repressive places, particularly for women. The family’s move was encouraged by Naseef, who would soon be secretary-general of the Muslim World League. Naseef had been dean at the King Abdul Aziz University when Dr. Zyed Abedin (Huma’s father) taught there as a visiting professor in the early 1970s. At Naseef’s urging, the aforementioned Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs was formed as an Islamist academic institution, with Zyed Abedin as editor-in-chief of its journal.”

Given Abedin’s past work for a journal that published anti-American articles, and her family’s alleged connections to the Muslim Brotherhood, many wonder what type of politics she would bring into a Clinton administration.

Would she be the one leading the “blame America first” left?

Would she excuse away radical Islamic behavior in the world?

These are questions many Americans are asking – and the Clinton campaign is not answering.