Shocking Revelation: DHS agent witnessed Muslim Brotherhood infiltration within US government...
The Islamic Society of North America was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 2008 Holy Land Foundation trial, in which the HLF was charged with providing material support to Hamas. Yet Valerie Jarrett, President Barack Obama’s senior adviser, addressed the ISNA annual convention in 2009, months after the trial exposed the Muslim Brotherhood front groups operating in the U.S.
The administration surely knew about ISNA’s radical ties, but they failed to disassociate themselves from the organization, noted recently retired Department of Homeland Security officer Philip Haney in an interview with nationally syndicated talk-host Laura Ingraham.
“They made a decision to move away from a law enforcement-based policy of counter-terrorism into what is now referred to as Countering Violent Extremism (CVE), which is based on an emphasis on civil rights and civil liberties,” Haney said Friday.
Ingraham called Haney’s new book about his decade as a DHS whistleblower, “See Something, Say Nothing,” a must-read “blockbuster.”
“His new book is just terrific,” she said told her listeners.
“You have to pick up this book.”
Not only did the Obama administration ignore the guilt of various individuals and organizations named in the Holy Land Foundation trial, they actually brought them into the administration to help form national security policy, Haney charged.
He said the best proof of this was in the CVE Steering Committee, created in the spring of 2010.
“At least six of the individuals on that steering committee were affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood,” Haney told Ingraham.
This cozying up to the Muslim Brotherhood came back to bite the administration in February 2015 when it scheduled a Countering Violent Extremism summit at the White House. In preparation for the summit, the administration had designated three U.S. Muslim communities – in Boston, Minneapolis and Los Angeles – as “model communities.”