Monday, October 21, 2013
Muslim DHS Adviser Bashes 'Christianists' , Says Reporter Has 'Jewish Demeanor'
Members of Joshua's Army will be quite familiar with Mohamed Elibiary, a Texas-based Islamic cleric who's an outspoken proponent of the Muslim Brotherhood and one of President Obama's senior Department of Homeland Security advisers.
Elibiary has an ongoing close relationship with former Holy Land Foundation director and president and CEO Shukri Abu Baker, who was convicted in 2008 of financing the terrorist organization Hamas. And Elibiary was an influential voice in lobbying Attorney General Eric Holder to avoid prosecuting the senior executives of CAIR, The Islamic Society of North America, the North American Islamic Trust and a number of other Muslim Brotherhood front groups who were caught red handed money laundering and providing material aid to terrorism in the Holy Land Foundation trial.Although I somehow doubt Elibiary had to work all that hard, considering Eric Holder's record.
Among other things, Elibiary is a big fan of Iran's Ayatollah Khomeni and his Islamist style villayat-e-fiqh style of theocratic government. When Dallas Morning News reporter Rod Dreher wrote about Elibiary's laudatory remarks on Khomeni and Islamist government at a December 2004 conference in Dallas, titled “A Tribute to the Great Islamic Visionary,” Elibiary threatened him with violence.
Elibiary is also an outspoken admirer of the ideas of Salifist Islamist writer Sayyid Qutb, widely quoted by al-Qaeda and other jihadist groups like the Brotherhood as an inspiration and guide for their activities.
And wait, there's more - Elibiary was also caught abusing his access to the highly classified DPS database (the Homeland Security State and Local Intelligence Community of Interest, or HS SLIC) containing hundreds of thousands of intelligence reports that were supposed to be used solely to aid law-enforcement agencies.
Elibiary used this to put together a number of classified documents that he felt promoted “Islamophobia,” and tried to leak the classified files to a far Left media outlet, who refused to do the story because they felt the files failed to show any real DHS bias against Muslims. His access was subsequently revoked, but he not only was allowed to retain his post at the DHS but was actually promoted recently.
Elibiary made the news today with tweets referring to WND reporter Aaron Klein as 'having a Jewish demeanor' and bashing what he called 'Christianist Xenophobia':
Asked by WND to clarify his remarks, Elibiary replied, “Christianist” refers to “Christians who mix theology and nationalism. Christianists view today’s politics through a theologically influenced (Calvinist) view of America’s founding.”
Elibiary identified WND as falling into his definition of “Christianist.”
“WND certainly would often times fall in this camp as well as perhaps a subset of Christianists that political scientists refer to as ‘Christian Zionists’ because of its foreign policy worldview through a dispensationalist end-time theology.”
Klein, who has written for WND since 2004, replied that he is Jewish and not Christian.
Elibiary wrote back saying he assumed Klein was Jewish “with the last name of Klein and your demeanor in (sic) video I saw of you on Fox. But I also know WND (sic) ubber Christian.”
Mohamed Elibiary is a senior adviser on Homeland Security. And that says a great deal about the high regard Islamists are held in the Obama Administration.