It seems that almost every day, we hear of yet another Islamo-nutter individual or group that is connected to, or that supports Barack Obama. The mainstream media dismisses these connections as smear campaigns or bigotry, as do Obama’s supporters. They’ll usually say that people can endorse or support any candidate they want. Or they’ll say Obama has no control over who supports him.
But on the other hand, it’s important for us to ask ourselves why these shady terror apologists gravitate towards Obama? They either believe he’s a Muslim. Or they support him because they know he’ll be sympathetic to their cause, which the liberals refuse to acknowledge.
The newest terror apologist group coming out in support of Obama is the National Association of Muslim American Women (NAMAW).
Big yawn? Hardly. In its endorsement, the Columbus-based Muslim women’s group described itself as “pro-family” and “pro-life.” But, given the record of NAMAW chairwoman and CEO Anisa Abd el Fattah, it is also pro-Hamas.
As Patrick Poole has reported, Fattah has published Hamas-ian writings contending, for example, that Zionism “violates … every norm of decency known to the human species.” Fattah has also co-authored two books with Hamas spokesman and chief political adviser Ahmed Yousef (“The Agent: The Truth Behind the Anti-Muslim Campaign in America and Al-Aqsa Intifada”). And yes, that would be the same Ahmed Yousef, who, on behalf of Hamas, endorsed Barack Obama back in April.
Both Fattah and Yousef (who fled the country in 2005 to avoid prosecution in the terrorism-related Fawaz Damra trial) used to work for the United Association for Studies and Research (UASR), an innocuously named organization founded by Hamas chieftain Mousa abu Marzook that has been described as “the political command of Hamas in the United States.” The UASR, along with an interlocking network of Islamic organizations, has been designated by the government as both an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terror-financing trial, and an affiliate of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian-founded organization that seeks to install the Sharia (Islamic law) worldwide. Other groups so designated include the Muslim American Society (MAS), which the government said was “founded as the overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States,” and the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), of which Fattah, it so happens, was a founding board member. (Fattah, acco!
According to her online biography, as Poole has noted, also helped develop the American Muslim Council, which was founded by convicted terrorist financier Abdurahman Alamoudi.)