Hillary's top aide may be a Saudi plant
The woman who many say could be Hillary Clinton’s White House chief of staff served for years as assistant editor of a Saudi-funded Muslim publication that opposed women’s rights and blamed the U.S. for the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, according to a new report.
Paul Sperry, author of “Muslim Mafia,” points out in a report Sunday for the New York Post that one of Hillary Clinton’s biggest accomplishments listed on her campaign website is her support for the U.N. women’s conference in Beijing 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,” Sperry writes.
But it wasn’t long after that “historic and transformational” 1995 event, as Clinton recently described it, “that her top aide Huma Abedin published articles in a Saudi journal taking Clinton’s feminist platform apart, piece by piece.”
Abedin served 12 years as assistant editor of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs working under her mother, who remains editor in chief of the London-based Islamic journal. Abedin was also working in the White House as an intern for then-first lady Clinton.
Former Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota said Abedin’s connections to the Saudi-funded journal are significant.
“Abedin, Saudi-based during her formative years, having grown up in the family business of advancing Islamic Shariah rule across the globe, may certainly use her position of influence to turn Hillary Clinton toward a decidedly pro-Shariah law view in the U.S.,” Bachmann said.