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Report: Hillary Clinton long time friend of Mrs. Morsi

Report: Hillary Clinton long time friend of Mrs. Morsi

| December 13, 2013 | 1 Comment

Arabic newspapers Al Wafd and Vetogate are reporting that the wife of Mohammed Mursi gave an interview with Turkey’s Anatolia news agency. In the interview she stated that she has been a friend of Hillary Clinton since the 1980’s. Walid Shoebat translated a news report relaying the details of the interview with Anatolia. Here are some excerpts involving Hillary Clinton.
Qaffas: According to Anatolia Press, Mahmoud said, “I have between my fingers, a treasure trove of secrets from the White House and Mrs. Clinton fears my wrath.”She said, “I will not speak about Huma Abedin”. When asked if she had a close relationship with Hillary Clinton. Mahmoud said, “When my husband returns from his kidnapping, the one who led the coup will pay a hefty price.” Of Mrs. Clinton, she said,“We have a long friendship of many years. We lived in the U.S. and my children learned there. This friendship increased further when my husband became the legitimate president of the country.”
When asked if they still have friendships with each other, Mahmoud said communications never ceased and that the conversations are all recorded. The wife of Mursi divulged that Mrs. Clinton seeks the assistance – both official and unofficial – of several members of the Muslim Sisterhood organization to help with problems in the Middle East. “We also have routine business dealings with the Clintons.”
The papers go on to state that Mrs. Morsi claims she is running the efforts to destabilize Egypt and return her husband to power. This excerpt is from Al-Wafd, once again translated by Walid Shoebat:
Qandil also added in his complaint that Mursi’s wife is the main political operative and that with her are ladies from the Muslim Sisterhood who have been instructed to carry out these terrorist actions. The aim of these acts is to bleed the nation’s security by having women demonstrate in and around the universities. She stated that neither the military nor the police will bother the women. She confessed that her relationship with her husband, other Muslim Brotherhood leaders, and the U.S. administration was one of business. By doing so, Mahmoud is confessing that she is involved – her and her husband – with the CIA.
Its possible that these claims are lies, but Clinton’s close adviser Huma Abedin leads credibility to the accusations. Mrs. Morsi is is a leader in the Muslim Sisterhood. Another one of those leaders and a friend of Mrs. Morsi is Saleha Abedin, Huma’s mother. Huma first began working with Hillary Clinton in 1996 after going to George Washington University and serving on the board of the university’s Muslim Students Association (front groups for the Muslim Brotherhood.) The accusations would certainly go a long way towards explaining the State Department’s policies towards Egypt before, during, and after Morsi came to power and was deposed. As for Mrs. Morsi talking about them on television, I can only think of three scenarios.
  1. It’s a lie and she’s for some reason trying to damage Hillary’s credibility in the Middle East or is trying to make herself sound more important than she really is.
  2. She knows that the United States media will never report what she’s saying and she wants to show that Mrs. Clinton, who will likely be the next president of the United States, is a supporter of her struggle.
  3. She’s had a falling out with the Clintons and is either trying to damage Hillary’s 2016 campaign or extorting her for more assistance using the recordings she has and the Arab media.

One way or the other, there are clear connections between Mrs. Clinton and the Muslim Brotherhood due to her connections to Huma. If the accusations are true, it would also provide the conduit that would have been needed to plan an attack on the Benghazi consulate to kidnap Ambassador Stevens and trade him for the Blind Sheik. I think Mrs. Clinton is knee deep in all of this, and the truth needs to come out before she becomes our next president. There’s a lot more to Walid’s story and I highly suggest that you read it at:


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