In December, the Islamic State bombed a church inside Cairo's Coptic cathedral compound that killed 29, all of which were women and girls.
ISIS followed that up with threats of more attacks:
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That renewed threat prompted interesting commentary from former Obama Homeland Security Advisory Council member Mohamed Elibiary. He claims that the Coptic Christians in Egypt — the largest Christian population in the Middle East — have it coming:
This follows a long history of anti-Christian, pro-Caliphate rhetoric from Elibiary.
The establishment of an actual Caliphate is really just a Muslim pipe dream as the Islamic community is just to fractionated to come together under one umbrella. This is what is behind the fighting between the Sunnis and the Shiites – who would lead the Caliphate.
Yet, Mr. Elibiary seems to be very confident that the Caliphate will return. What gives him such confidence?
In controversial Tweet, Elibiary stated it is “Inevitable That Caliphate Returns.” Caliphate is an Islamic form of government led by a supreme religious and political leader known as a caliph, or successor to Muhammad. The last vestiages of a Caliphate was ended in 1924 with the abolishment of the Ottoman Caliphate and establishment of the secular Turkish Republic.
In yet another controversial post Elibiary stated “Similarly on foreign policy front, it'll be hard at times but over next 10years conservative movt will evolve towards Muslim majority world.”
Now he's stating that the world will become dominated by Muslims and all conservatives WILL accept this.
Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. William Boykin has stated that the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated all levels of US government.
Would he refer to Mr. Elibiary as one of those individuals?
He is, of course, a Never Trumper:
More on Mohamed Elibiary from Breitbart:
According to a report by the Center for Security Policy, Elibiary also supports brokering a U.S. partnership with the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group.
At first glance, Elibiary’s resume implies that he is the perfect candidate for the post at which he serves. He was a founder of the Texas-based intelligence firm, Lonestar. Elibiary’s CV shows that he has advised governments on local, state, and federal levels. He was even awarded one of the top civilian prizes from the Federal Bureau of Investigation for “combating extremism.”
However, questions remain about how Elibiary attained his counterterrorism knowledge. According to Judicial Watch, a long-time friend of Elibiary, Shukri Abu Baker, was theformer president of the Holy Land Foundation, a group founded as a financing operation for the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group Hamas. Baker and three others were sentenced to 65 years in prison for using the Holy Land Foundation to finance Hamas’ primary mission: the destruction of the State of Israel. The FBI wiretapped Baker as he told his fellow foundation members to be as deceptive as possible to get their message across. According to national security expert Ryan Mauro, he would frequently tell them, “War is deception.”
The Holy Land Foundation trial was the biggest terror-financing trial in the history of the United States. Former federal prosecutor Andy McCarthy described the HLF as “the piggy bank set up by the Brotherhood in the U.S., under the guise of ‘charity,’ to fund Hamas to the tune of tens of millions of dollars during the deadly intifada.”
In 2004, Elibiary was a speaker at an event called “A Tribute to the Great Islamic Visionary,” which honored the ruthless theocratic Iranian Ayatollah Khomeini.
In 2006, Elibiary penned an op-ed stating that everyone should read Sayyid Qutb, who is a man widely seen as the founder of radical Islamic groups like Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood. Elibiary wrote, “I’d recommend everyone read Qutb, but read him with an eye to improving America not just to be jealous with malice in our hearts.”
In 2011, evidence surfaced that Texas authorities caught Elibiary downloading classified information to his personal computer and sending it to the media in an effort tosmear Texas Governor Rick Perry as an ‘Islamophobe.’ On October 26, 2011, when Congressman Louie Gohmert asked Former DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano about the allegations, she said that she was not aware of them. A few months later, Gohmert would again bring up Elibiary’s misdeeds. Napolitano refused to acknowledge the report, saying the statements were “false, misleading, objectionable, and wrong.” The DHS Secretary never answered the accusations, but she did express that “Muslims have been helping DHS for a long time.”
In 2013, Elibiary declared that his friend Baker, the man who was caught financing terrorist group Hamas, was simply a victim of political persecution because he happened to be a Muslim.