Did A Top Clinton Aide Really Work At A Radical Muslim Journal?
Aug 24 2016
One of Hillary Clinton's top aides is being criticized for her connection to a journal that reportedly opposes women's rights and blamed the USA for 9/11.
Questions have been asked before about Huma Abedin, Hillary's long-time top aide, related to her associations to people with ties to Muslim Brotherhood front groups.
Abedin was an assistant editor for the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs where her mother, Saleha Mahmood Abedin, continues to work as the editor-in-chief, the New York Post reported.
Clinton's campaign told the Post that Abedin, however, was just a figurehead at the journal. During the time Abedin was an editor, the journal published stories opposing women's rights and blamed USA policy for the September 11 attacks, as Sperry chronicled.
What could be equally damaging for the Clinton campaign, which prides itself on being a beacon of women's and LGBT rights, is a 1996 article that argued against single mothers and gay families, according to the Post.
Many of the articles published in the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs appear to directly contradict Clinton's pivotal arguments regarding women's role in the modern family, the of rights sexual minorities, and numerous other issues.
Clinton aims to be the first female president of the United States in her campaign against Republican Donald Trump.
"A conjugal family established through a marriage contract between a man and a woman, and extended through procreation is the only definition of family a Muslim can accept", the author wrote, according to the Post.
"Pushing [mothers] out into the open labor market is a clear demonstration of a lack of respect for womanhood and motherhood", the article declared.
Since then, she has worked for Clinton on her Senate campaigns and at the Clinton Foundation and is now the vice-chairwoman of her presidential bid.
Hillary has also never condemned or even publicly acknowledged the Muslim rape epidemic ravaging Europe.
Merrill repeatedly refused to say if Abedin was paid during her tenure at the publication.
The Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs is an organization founded in Saudi Arabia by al Qaeda financier Abdullah Omar Naseef.
Sperry, former Washington bureau chief of "Investor's Business Daily", says Islamist extremists have been secretly trying to destroy American's constitutional government and Judeo-Christian ethics for the past 30 years.
"The contradictions are hard to reconcile", Sperry wrote.
In 1995, Clinton delivered her famous "Women's rights are human rights" speech at a United Nations women's conference in Beijing - which has been actively used in her current presidential campaign.