The saga of Anthony Weiner just keeps getting more and more interesting, and I'm not referring to his sexual escapades. It's his marriage to a Muslim woman that I find so fascinating. Now, I've discovered some interesting information about his wife's family members.
If I were Huma, Weiner's wife, I'd watch my back closely. Not only has Huma married a Jew, which is the height of shame for any Muslim, but now she is about to bring into this world a little Jewish baby. Horror of horrors for Huma's family.
If this doesn't call for an Islamic honor killing, then I don't know what does. And I can't imagine that her family is very fond of her philandering husband either. This marriage has everything working against it; I'm surprised they've lasted this long.
Read from Israel Matzav:
Weiner's inlaws tied to Muslim Brotherhood?
"Are Anthony Weiner's inlaws tied to the Muslim Brotherhood? That's what this report claims (Hat Tip: Sunlight).
'What has not been validated by western media – which has been confirmed by Arab sources – is that Huma has a brother named Hassan Abedin who is a fellow with the Oxford Centre For Islamic Studies (OCIS). This adds to strong evidence that an extremely reputable British institution has been infiltrated.
The OCIS consists of an increasing number of Muslim Brotherhood members who sit on the Board. OCIS has Al-Qaeda godfather, Omar Naseef as well as the notorious Muslim Brotherhood leader and suicide bombing supporter – Sheikh Youssef Qaradawi listed as OCIS Trustees. Naseef continues to serve as Board Chairman.
The Shoebat Foundation has also translated Arab sources that identify Huma’s mother – Saleha Mahmoud Abdeen (aka Abedin) as a member of the woman's arm of the Muslim Brotherhood. This information was obtained via Al-Liwa Al-Arabi, which released the entire list on the investigation done by Egyptian security, showing Saleha as a member. This arm is also known as the International Women's Organization (IWO) or "Muslim Sisterhood."
The "Dostor" Egyptian newspaper confirms 63 International Missionaries from the Muslim Brotherhood's "Sisterhood" branch that spans 16 different countries; it's also confirmed by the Arab Centre for Studies, headed by researcher Abdul Rahim Ali.
This "Womens Division" of the Muslim Brotherhood can be found at the Muslim Brotherhood's official website. Shoebat translates the relevant excerpt thusly:
“The Womens Organization's goal in accordance with the Muslim Brotherhood rules, is to gain and acquire a unified global perception in every nation in the world regarding the position of women, and the necessity of advocacy work at all levels in accordance to the message of the Brotherhood as written in Women in Muslim Society, and the rearing of women throughout the different stages of life.”'
There's a lot about this marriage that doesn't make sense. Weiner is portrayed as one of the strongest pro-Israel politicians in Congress, while Abedin grew up in Saudi Arabia. Love conquers all? Think about how many Muslim women have been murdered by their families for far lesser offenses than marrying prominent pro-Israel Jewish Congressmen.
Of course, if this can be believed, Weiner has converted to Islam. And although he's often known as a conspiracy theorist here in Israel, it's difficult to argue with this part of Barry Chamish's assessment...
'Muslim women do not marry Jewish men, unless there’s a reason. President Clinton does not officiate at their wedding, unless there’s a reason. And Jewish Congressmen are not publicly exposed as sexual deviants, while their wife is touring the Middle East as the senior adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton without one heck of a good reason that is not being told.
Anthony Weiner is Israel’s most vocal Democrat supporter in Congress:
Democratic US congressman Anthony Weiner, has made no secret in the past of his right-wing views on Israel, for example endorsing the Zionist Organization of America’s opposition to the two-state solution. The key turning point was when Weiner declared, referring to the West Bank: “There’s no occupation there either.”'
Is Weiner being manipulated? Did Abedin's family and friends create the scandal to force him out of Congress? Did Weiner create it to try to escape from his marriage? There is definitely much more here than meets the eye."
This is getting weirder and weirder, and the American Pravda refuses to tell this angle of the story. In fact, I haven't heard yet from them that Huma is a Muslim.