Egypt official says Obama weak against Muslim Brotherhood because brother is major funder for them

We already know Obama’s half brother, Malik Obama, helps fund international terrorism with his so-called humanitarian group, named “Barack H. Obama Foundation,” that Lois Lerner helped get tax-exempt status in record time. So it’s really no shock to learn he is connected to the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood via fundraising.



But what is interesting is that an Egyptian official is trying to warn Americans that Obama won’t crack down on the Muslim Brotherhood because his brother is helping finance them:

The former Chancellor of the Constitutional Court of Egypt and current adviser, Tahani Al-Jebali stated that the reason the United States cannot fight the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood is because the brother of U.S. President Barack Obama is the architect of the investments for the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Jebali stated she would like…

“…to inform the American people that their president’s brother Obama is one of the architects of the major investments of the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood.”

Al-Wafd, another prominent Arabic source is reporting similar news. Under the title, “Obama’s Brother is Muslim Brotherhood” and on Egypt’s National Television, (Tahani Al-Jebali) stated:

“There are many reasons why the United States does not take a strong stand against the Muslim Brotherhood.”

One such reason, which she says is a gift to the American people, is that Obama’s brother is a major operative with the Muslim Brotherhood in that he is the conduit for funneling monies for the organization.

She also added…

“Documents from the Egyptian national security must be brought into the light in order to confirm that this international organization (Muslim Brotherhood) shows exchanges with the CIA so as to reach the power center of (Egypt).”

Our work has unequivocally demonstrated that Malik Obama works with Muslim Brotherhood leaders.

Read the full article at Walid Shoebat’s website.

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