Huma Abedin, MB Agent (ray76)
Breitbart | Jun 18, 2017 | various
Posted on 6/19/2017, 12:06:04 AM by Ray76
The declassified “28 Pages” released by Congress Friday afternoon (Jul 15, 2016) concerning 9/11, terror funding, and Saudi Arabia contains a bombshell piece of information: The World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) is specifically named as having connections to terror funding and support for a number of worldwide terror groups.
Page 24 of the 28 Pages report discusses Osama bin Laden’s half-brother and says in part:
According to the FBI. Abdullah Bin Ladin has a number of connections to terrorist organizations. He is the President and Director of the World Arab Muslim Youth Association (WAMY) and the Institute of Islamic and Arabic Science in America. Both organizations are local branches of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.According to the FBI, there is reason to believe that WAMY is “closely associated with the funding and financing of international terrorist activities and in the past has provided logistical support to individuals wishing to to fight in the Afghan War.” In 1998, the CIA published a paper characterizing WAMY as a NGO that provides funding. logistical support and training with possible connections to the Arab Afghans network, Hamas, Algerian extremists and Philippine militants.
Although the 28 Pages make no mention of Abedin at all, the information in the 28 Pages lays out a timeline of events during the planning and execution of the 9/11 terror attack that shows that, at all times, Huma Abedin was working for both Hillary Clinton and the WAMY organization the Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs.
Breitbart News added information this year that shows that the “Abedin family business” is housed in the offices of the Muslim World League.
The archived 2002 webpage for the Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs site says how to reach the Journal: “Editorial Correspondence including submission of articles and books for review should be addressed to: Editor, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 46 Goodge Street, London WIP 1FJ, U.K.”
The current official Journal website also lists the same 46 Goodge Street address, which is the same exact address listed on the Muslim World League’s London office address.
The official website for the Muslim World League’s London office lists its address as 46 Goodge Street.
The current day London Online website also lists the Muslim World League office in London and the Journal’s parent organization, Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, as having the exact same 46 Goodge Street address.
A Yelp! listing for the Muslim World League shows the same 46 Goodge Address and a photo of the entrance.
Also sharing the same address as Abedin’s Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs and the World Arab Muslim Youth Association is the Muslim World League, the International Islamic Relief Organisation (IRRO) and the Fitzrovia mosque.
Like many other Saudi humanitarian organizations, IIRO is part of the Muslim World League, which is funded and supported by the Saudi government (in fact, the Muslim World League and IIRO share offices in many locations worldwide). A senior Muslim World League official in Pakistan, Wael Hamza al-Jlaidan, is listed on the Treasury’s terrorist financial blocking order list. The Treasury Department has frozen the assets of other Muslim World League member organizations suspected of funding terrorism, including the Rabita Trust.
Bin Laden specifically discussed three charity fronts that he used: the Muslim World League, the Qatar Charitable Society, and the Benevolence International Foundation.
Money funneled through the Muslim World League, Qatar Charitable and Benevolence International to al Qaeda. AQ called this the “golden chain”.
While Huma Abedin was serving at the highest level of government as Hillary Clinton’s aide Abedin had a direct connection to groups that were funding al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and Hamas, which had not only killed civilians around the world but also U.S. servicemen.
Hearing on “The Role of Charities and NGOs in the Financing of Terrorist Activities”, Prepared Statement of Mr. Matthew A. Levitt, Senior Fellow Washington Institute for Near East Policy:
USA v. Enaam M. Arnaout, 2003, US District Court, Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division:http://news.findlaw.com/hdocs/docs/bif/usarnaout10603prof.pdf#page=25
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