Does a prisoner have to be a deserter or tied to the Brotherhood to get Barack Obama to call out for their release?
Barack Obama has called for the release of Egyptian American Mohamed Soltan who has been sentenced to life imprisonment in Egypt for taking part in a violent protest against the coup by President el-Sisi who unseated The Muslim Brotherhood dictator, Mohammad Morsi.
His father Saleh, a prominent member of the Brotherhood, was sentenced to death.
In a statement, the United States State Department said that it was “deeply disappointed” in the decision and “deeply concerned about Mr. Soltan’s health and detention.” The statement called for Egypt to release Mr. Soltan “on humanitarian grounds.”
CAIR, a Muslim Brotherhood organization, has been insisting the president call out for Soltan’s release.
Barack Obama has been relatively silent on Dr. Shakil Afridi’s imprisonment in Pakistan. Dr. Afridi helped the United States capture Osama bin Laden. Obama hasn’t been very forceful about securing the release of our Marine in jail in Iran – Amir Hekmati – nor has he helped the WaPo reporter Jason Rezaian, former FBI agent Bob Levinson, American pastor Saeed Abedini, also imprisoned in Iran.
Hillary Clinton’s email scandal is burning out of control like an unchecked forest fire and it doesn’t appear that relief is on the way anytime soon.
According to Stephen Hayes, a senior writer at the Weekly Standard, two of Clinton’s top aides had access to and used her personal email account while they were all employed at the State Department.
He specifically mentioned Clinton’s trusted aide for twenty years, Huma Abedin, a woman with known ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
As most of our readers know, one of the Muslim Brotherhood’s core objectives is to, “destroy Western civilization from within.”
Having access to the Secretary of State’s personal email correspondence with leading government officials around the world is certainly a good way to begin that process.
Hayes’ main question concerning Abedin’s access to Clinton’s account was if they were discussing federal business between personal accounts, containing classified information, including critical information about Benghazi.
Family Security Matters
For commenting President Obama does not love America, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani need be admonished. His comment gives America-bashers a bad name. Obama’s actions have sunk far lower than his unloving acts of bashing America.
While negative attacks about Giuliani’s comments are hypocritical, his words raise a much deeper, and darker, side of Obama.
As Obama continually disses America both at home (as he did at the Summit on Countering Violent Extremism to an audience peppered with representatives of Islamic groups whose ultimate goal is our demise) and abroad (as he did during his recent trip to India), Giuliani said, “I do not believe-and I know this is a horrible thing to say-but I do not believe that the president loves America…”
While Guiliani’s critics seem to line up along party lines, two main considerations are noteworthy.
The Egyptian government has charged President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with being accessories to terrorism.
The charges stem from Obama and Clinton working with the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization that Egypt has declared a terrorist group.
The complaint against Obama names him as “an accessory to crimes committed by the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.”