Thursday night, FBI agents, prosecutors from the Department of Justice, and New York Police Department detectives raided a residence at the 7200 block of Jonathon St. (purportedly listed as a subsidiary of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs — a business that employs both Huma Abedin’s brother and sister and a business that Huma also worked for in the past).
Tight-lipped officials said that the raid was a “matter of national security” leading some to speculate that agents may have been looking for Hillary Clinton’s missing laptop computer or even a thumb drive containing more emails.
What we do know is that agents reportedly removed boxes containing various items, including phones, an iPad, and a passport, from the residence where the target Samer ElDebek was apprehended on suspicion of material support to a terrorist organization before being extradited by law enforcement back to New York.
Sources indicate that the raid was part of an open joint Terrorism Task Force case in which officials still seek to solve.
Although Huma’s connections to the home remain up in the air, it’s well known that Abedin has tentacles that extend into to the city of Dearborn, Michigan and the Muslim Brotherhood itself.
Ms. Abedin’s worked at the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs from 1995 through 2008, a Sharia law journal whose editor in chief was Abedin’s own mother.
This is not some accidental association. Ms. Abedin was, for many years, listed as an associate editor of the London-based publication and wrote for the journal while working as an intern in the Clinton White House in the mid-1990s.
Her mother, Saleha Abedin, sits on the Presidency Staff Council of the International Islamic Council for Da’wa and Relief, a group that is chaired by the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi.
Huma Abedin is nothing short of a Muslim Brotherhood princess, born into an illustrious family of Brotherhood leaders. Her father, Syed Zaynul Abedin, was a professor in Saudi Arabia who founded the Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs, an institution established by the Government of Saudi Arabia with the support of the Muslim World League.
The Muslim World League was “perhaps the most significant Muslim Brotherhood organization in the world,” according to former federal prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy. Its then-General Secretary, Umar Nasif, founded the Rabita Trust, “which is formally designated as a foreign terrorist organization under American law due to its support of al Qaeda,” he wrote.
That is not guilt by association but what federal prosecutors would call a “nexus” of like-minded people who shared the same goals.
A Saudi government document inspired by Ms. Abedin’s father explains the concept of “Muslim Minority Affairs,” the title of the Journal Mr. Abedin founded, and its goal to “establish a global Sharia in our modern times.”
Simply put, Huma Abedin worked for thirteen years as part of an enterprise whose explicit goal was to conquer the West in the name of Islam.
Huma’s husband, Fmr. Congressman Anthony Weiner, plead guilty last month in a New York U.S. District Court for transferring content to a minor and is expected to serve 21-27 months in prison on a plea deal.
But the question is: Did the plea deal include giving up evidence on Hillary Clinton and was that evidence stored at the Jonathon St. residence?