Senior Muslim Brotherhood Official And Clinton Employee Arrested in Cairo

Nice Deb

No it wasn’t Huma, silly.  Just one of her compatriots.


Via Walid Shoebatthe  Washington Free Beacon reported:

A senior Muslim Brotherhood official who, until recently, had been employed by the William J. Clinton Foundation was arrested in Cairo on Tuesday and charged with inciting violence.

Gehad el-Haddad served as one of the Muslim Brotherhood’s top communications officials until Egyptian security forces seized him as part of a wider crackdown on officials loyal to ousted former President Mohamed Morsi.

Before emerging as a top Brotherhood official and adviser to Morsi, el-Haddad served for five years as a top official at the Clinton Foundation, a nonprofit group founded by former President Bill Clinton.

El-Haddad gained a reputation for pushing the Muslim Brotherhood’s Islamist agenda in the foreign press, where he was often quoted defending the Brotherhood’s crackdown on civil liberties in Egypt. {

Oh boy…..

Shoebat has also discovered…

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Citizen Tom

school.pngWhile we focus on our glorious leader’s follies (Syria’s poison gas, for example), the power grab continues. Unless we can pressure Congress to stand and fight, the thieves we have elected will permanently cripple our republic. They will teach our children to accept tyranny as both normal and appropriate.

What is most precious to us? Is it not our children? Yet so many would trust people they don’t know, people they have no substantive reason to believe, to run the education of their children.

Consider these two posts from NooneOfAnyImport’s Blog.

From 13 Sep 2013

Strengthening America’s Schools Act of 2013

My homeschool peeps alerted me to a New Bill in the Senate.  It is purported to be a Big Bad Bill that creates a new (and bad, but I repeat myself) National School Board.

It appears that federal meddling into the local issue of education came to fruition with an “Elementary and Secondary Education…

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