Report: Huma Abedin Worked For Radical Muslim Journal  (Video)

Report: Huma Abedin Worked For Radical Muslim Journal (Video)

A stealthy form of warfare aimed at destroying America’s constitutional form of democratic government and free society is being waged by the Muslim Brotherhood.  It is a known fact that the Obama administration has greatly exacerbated the penetration of Muslims in the U.S. government.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s aide edited a radical Muslim publication, ‘The Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs’ that opposed women’s rights and blamed the US for 9/11 for a decade.


According to Fox News , The Clinton campaign has said that Abedin had no formal role with with Saudi-based and -funded Journal of Minority Muslim Affairs, even though she was listed as an assistant editor from 1996 to 2008.

“My understanding is that her name was simply listed on the masthead in that period,” Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill said. “She did not play a role in editing at the publication.”

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The controversial journal has featured radically anti-feminist views, backed strict Islamic laws and even blamed the US for 9/11.

The Post reported that Abedin’s brother, who was an associate editor, and a sister, also employed as an assistant editor, were listed as staff members with the journal. Her mother remains editor-in-chief.

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