Donald Trump’s Policy of Banning Muslims Infuriates Proudly Wahhabist-Affiliated Huma Abedin

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Published on: December 9, 2015

On Monday night, Mrs. Clinton’s longtime aide, Huma Abedin, sent a mass email to supporters titled, “I’m a proud Muslim.” The email was part of Hillary Clinton‘s campaign using Donald J. Trump‘s proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States as a fund-raising and list-building tool.

“I’m a proud Muslim — but you don’t have to share my faith” to know “my disgust,” Ms. Abedin, the vice chairwoman of the Clinton campaign, wrote of Mr. Trump’s proposal.

“Trump wants to literally write racism into our law books,” she continued. “His Islamophobia doesn’t reflect our nation’s values — it goes far enough to damage our country’s reputation and could even threaten our national security.”

With a call to contribute to Mrs. Clinton’s campaign, Ms. Abedin concluded: “We have to be ready to stop him.”

Huma Abedin’s “I am a proud Muslim” requires an interpretation here: “I am a proud Wahhabist Muslim.” Abedin’s connections to the Muslim Brotherhood and the Wahhabists is overwhelming, and an undercover video of her sentiments call to allow Muslim refugees to enter the U.S links the dots to her involvement in the Muslim Minority Affairs, with her family demanding an influx of Muslim immigration.

Her involvement in The Muslim Minority Affairs program and the proof of membership can be seen in the link [here], which makes an ironclad case that she, her mother, her brother, and her father were instrumental in sparking the movement in the U.S. and they all worked as a collective unit on this mission with the late King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz [here] to flood the U.S. with Muslim minorities, which was clearly expressed in the Abedins’ Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs—on whose Board Huma Abedin served for years.

And if in doubt of what we say here, (click here) and use Google translate to read Huma’s father, “Sayed Zaynul Abedin” (his name as major contributor is on page 134) in the 143 page manifesto commissioned by the Muslim Wahhabists which stated:



This snapshot in English says:

“The Muslim societies in all continents of the world exist as either ‘Muslim Nation’ or ‘Muslim Minorities’. The assessment to determine what constitutes ‘state’ from a ‘minority state’ is done based on a number of measures. First the numbers scale, which is, if a nation has Muslims exceed half the population and its Constitution states that Islam is its official religion or that Islamic Sharia is its source of law, this state is then considered an Islamic state.” (p.29) “Since the number of Muslims has risen greatly in the last years where they became 1.3 billion Muslims. From these we have (900) million already in Muslim nations. The 400 million live as communities and as Muslim Minority” (p. 31) “… In Africa resides (250) million Muslims and in Europe resides (60) million Muslims and in North America and South America resides (10) million Muslims. So, according to these statistics it is expected that the number of Muslims will reach 2.6 billion six hundred thousand within a short span of time. The Muslims then will become a mighty and effective power in the world, of course, due to the increase in their numbers—then these will shift the demographic balance in their favor.” (p. 32).

It actually maps out, with statistics and demographic analysis, every nation where Muslim minorities exist. Huma’s mother is an expert on demography and world populations and contributed greatly to that effect in the JMMA journal. Regardless how small the numbers, these are expected to advance Wahhabist ideology.

The Abedins’ contribution in the Wahhabist Manifesto pulls no punches. It mentions “puritan Islam” as directed by “Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab,” the father of Wahhabism:


“Allah destined this region [Saudi Arabia] for a historic role. So He commissioned the two Imams—Muhammad bin Saud and Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab, may Allah have mercy upon them. But the times have passed on Imam Muhammad bin Saud by the emergence of the reformer—Muhammad bin AbdulWahhab. So the two Imams cooperated together to judge by what Allah brought forth, to fight against heresy and to bring Muslims back to puritan Islam.” (p. 8 )

Indeed, all over it, it discusses accomplishments in ISNA, MSA, banking, centers, and even names the mosques designated to fulfill the plan in the United States…except there are obstacles. The United States is the home of the main obstacle that hinders their agenda—the Jews. There, the manifesto shifts, sounding more like an Arab version of Mein Kampf. Here, I include the original snapshot from the document itself and translated it to English:


“The greatest challenge that faces Muslims in the United States and Canada are the Jews who take advantage of their material ability and their media to distort the image of Islam and Muslims there by spreading their lies and distortions in the minds of the people in these countries. The Jews employ their efforts and direct their material wealth and their high positions to serve Zionist interests in the Arab region. They [the Jews] take advantage of situations to distort the image of Arabs and Muslims. The Zionist organizations spend enormous efforts to obstruct the spread of Islam in these areas.” (P. 79-80)

The House of Al Saud had used Huma’s father Sayed Zaynul Abedin’s work, “Muslim Minorities in the West,” published in 1998, as part of 29 works to construct a plan to conquer the world with Islam (see P. 134), and “The Muslim Minority Affairs” in the west was a major discussion, with the United States to be infiltrated with Islamists being mentioned throughout.

We only showed 4 snapshots out of a whole manual. Page after page explained the Abedins’ “Affairs”—not simply as a title, or as a religious or even a social activism, but as a Saudi foreign policy, a jurisprudence, and commandment from the highest of authorities commissioned to the Saudi Ministry of Religious Affairs. It was an entire management system using “The Muslim Minority Affairs” as the main vehicle to bring in Muslim immigrants, bringing victory against an infidel world by increasing the numbers of Muslims entering the U.S.

It spoke of recruiting Muslims that live in non-Muslim lands and transforming them as a collective unit. It spoke of already established centers, educational programs, mosques, and organizations in the United States like ISNA and MSA, all geared towards hindering any western plan for Muslim assimilation in a non-Muslim host nation. It mentioned “The Muslim Society of North America (ISNA) and the Muslim Students Association (MSA) [which Huma was member] established in the United States in 1962” (p. 65), as key agents to protect Muslims from assimilation.

It named the mosques and centers in major United States cities established to carry out the mission. Five decades of efforts were spent with billions to ensure that Muslim refugees and immigrants will be an “unassimilated group,” which then can influence the non-Muslim host nation and other nations, regardless of how small the numbers of Muslims, by shifting the demographic scale, due to their population growth in favor of this Saudi agenda.

It explained how a gradual change would ensue by becoming a major revolutionary powerhouse that will tilt the host nation in favor of Muslims due to their increase as a population. It was a conundrum to transform a nation from within, where a minority population can act as a fifth column, incubating in the host nation with the intent of gradually implementing the Wahhabist plans.

Translating the manifesto was like watching a science program on how a cell is invaded by a virus, where it gradually does its thing until the host cell finally succumbs to the disease.

Trump is right. And when it comes to Trump’s call to ban Muslims entering the U.S. until “we figure it all out,” Abedin’s Wahhabist Saudi Menifesto is the best reference to prove the case.

Read Abedin’s Mein Kampf: Abedins-Mein-Kampf, and feast your eyes you sleeping American.

Also read Huma Abedin’s extensive ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.


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