Not all Muslim soldiers are the same, what about Captain Kahn?

It took Michelle Malkin in her post Not all U.S. Muslim soldiers are equal to start to go where I first feared to tread but sure wanted to. I am talking about Muslim Captain Humayun Khan who died in battle and whose father was the star of the Democrat convention.

Khizr Kahn, Trumps nemesis of the week, just who is he?

Honestly, it was and is hard for me to believe with a family as radical as we have learned the father to be that the son would be willing to kill other Muslims and have the wrath of Allah come down upon himself. No virgins for him. Michelle is careful to step away from the question of the loyalty of the son. But I’m not. But in the end no one will look into the son loyalty. We will assume him to be a loyal American. Perhaps we should. But let’s look at some of the other loyal Muslims who have entered our Military. Starting with our “work place violence” fellow Hasan. Here we go with Malkin:

Don’t take my word for it. Just re-read the ignored warnings issued by Muslim soldier Nidal Hasan, the vengeful mass murderer who gunned down 13 service members — including a pregnant private first class who lost her life and her child — and wounded more than 30 others at Fort Hood in 2009.

Two years before his rampage, while a senior-year medical school resident in psychology, U.S. Army Major Hasan delivered a 50-slide PowerPoint presentation to classmates and military superiors at Walter Reed. It was titled “The Koranic World View As It Relates to Muslims in the U.S. Military.” Quoting chapter and verse, Hasan illuminated “what the Koran inculcates in the minds of Muslims and the potential implications this may have for the U.S. military.”

Hasan cited the Verse of the Sword (“I have been commanded to fight the people until they testify that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah”), explained “offensive” and “defensive” jihad and summarized the concept of “abrogation” — in which warring verses of the Quran trumped “peaceful verses.”

Traitor Hasan Akbar, the 326th Engineer Battalion Muslim-American soldier who lobbed stolen hand grenades and shot his M-4 automatic rifle into three tents filled with sleeping commanding officers at the 101st Airborne Division’s 1st Brigade operations center in Kuwait in 2003.

Capt. Christopher Seifert, 27, and Maj. Gregory Stone, 40, died during the fragging. Fourteen others suffered wounds from grenade shrapnel.

Willful blindness to a Muslim-American soldier’s fundamental internal conflict of loyalties led to those murders and injuries. Despite several incidents of insubordination and prior invocation of his Islamic beliefs to skip out of the 1991 Persian Gulf War, Akbar’s superiors sent him to Kuwait — and put him in charge of clearing land mines.

A decade later, in 2013, former Muslim-American Navy veteran Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif and an accomplice were convicted of plotting to kill officers and employees at a Seattle military recruiting center. The would-be killers wanted to retaliate against “the American military presence in the Middle East” and to prevent our troops “from going to Islamic lands and killing Muslims.” The co-conspirators cited Nidal Hasan’s Fort Hood attack as inspiration.

In March, U.S. Air Force vet and avionics weapons systems expert Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, who declared himself a “Mujahid,” was convicted of providing material support to ISIS. Last spring, 22-year-old Army National Guard specialist Hasan Edmonds was arrested on his way overseas to join the Islamic State. He had plotted attacks on his Illinois National Guard Armory, police stations and courts.

Over the years, I’ve reported on many more of Allah’s soldiers in American uniforms, including:

–Army soldier Ali Mohamed, who pleaded guilty to conspiring with Osama bin Laden to “attack any Western target in the Middle East” and admitted his role in the 1998 African embassy bombings.

–Naval reservist Semi Osman, linked to a terrorist training camp in Oregon.

–Army reservist Jeffrey Leon Battle, who pleaded guilty to conspiring to levy war against the United States.

–Navy sailor Hassan Abu-Jihaad, convicted on espionage and material terrorism support charges after serving aboard the USS Benfold and sharing classified information with al-Qaida financiers, including U.S. ship movements prior to the USS Cole bombing in Yemen.

–U.S. Army Private First Class Naser Jason Abdo, who plotted to kill his fellow soldiers to “get even” with the military and strike at kafirs (non-Muslims).

The military’s Muslim chaplains program has been similarly compromisedby radical imams tied to the jihad-waging Muslim Brotherhood.

This is not “Islamophobia.” This is fact: Not all U.S. Muslim soldiers are equal. To deny the deadly risk is to enable it.

Khizr Kahn, Trumps nemesis of the week, just who is he?

But of course there is more to the story of Khizr Khan. Would the Clintons ever foist upon us someone who hadn’t helped them first big time? Add the Clinton Foundation, Huma Abedin, Sharia Law, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Saudis, pay for play visas for the very specials of the world and one has Trumps’s nemesis of the week. All the makings of a grade B movie. Update: Add AG Loretta Lynch who worked for Kahn’s law firm. Bonus: FBI Comey, AG Eric Holder, AG Loretta Lynch at one time worked in a same law firm too.Here we go:

The father of a Muslim-American soldier killed in Iraq who is caught up in a war of words with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is an immigration lawyer who specializes in a highly controversial program accused of letting immigrants buy their way into the U.S.

Khizr M. Khan’s website notes that he works to help clients with the E-2 and EB-5 programs that let overseas investors buy into U.S. companies and also provides green cards for family members.

It also said that he helps in the purchase of U.S. real estate and businesses. The website lists his ability to practice in New York, though it gives a Washington phone number for the lawyer who lives in Virginia. A man who answered the phone said the website was correct, though he would not identify himself.

“The E-2 and EB-5 are two of the most notoriously abused visa categories that essentially allow wealthy foreigners to buy their way to U.S. residency, and possibly citizenship, with a relatively modest investment,” said Jessica Vaughan, the policy director for the Center for Immigration Studies. More Washington Examiner

But is there even more to the story about Khizr Khan?  According to Theodore Shoebat and Walid Shoebat, Mr. Khizr Muazzam Khan is a promoter of Islamic sharia law and a co-founder of the Journal of Contemporary Issues in Muslim Law (sharia).  In fact, in the past, Khizr Khan has shown “his appreciation for an icon of the Muslim Brotherhood” by the name of Said Ramadan, who “wrote material for the Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia, an organization that has been promoting Islamic revivalism and indoctrination to recruit young people in Malaysia to jihadism.”  Mr. Said Ramadan was the son-in-law of Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood including Ahmad Bahefzallah, the boss of Huma Abedin (Hillary Clinton’s aide)[.]”

Should this connection give us pause?

According to Shoebat, “[t]o understand the inception of Muslim immigration one must study the Muslim Minority Affairs, a paradigm created by Saudi jurisprudence which sparked during the times Khan lived in Saudi Arabia while collaborating with the Saudi kingdom. It is likely that Khan is a Muslim plant working with the Hillary Clinton campaign, probably for the interest of Muslim oil companies as well as Muslim immigration into the U.S.”

Khizr M. Khan used to work for Hogan & Hartson and Lovells, which has ties to the Clinton Foundation.  Accordingly, “Hogan Lovells LLP, another U.S. firm hired by the Saudis, is registered to work for the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia through 2016, disclosures show. Robert Kyle, a lobbyist from the firm, has bundled $50,850 for Clinton’s campaign.”
Read more: American Thinker

Another website tells us that Khan used to work for Hogan & Hartson and Lovells, which has ties to the Clinton Foundation

UPDATE:

US Attorney General Loretta Lynch worked at this firm with Khan.  Knowing now that her prior firm had worked with the Clintons, Loretta Lynch should have recused herself from any FBI investigation or recommendation related to the Clintons.  Instead Lynch met with Bill Clinton on an airplane in Arizona less than a week before Hillary Clinton’s email crimes were wiped clean like her server by Lynch’s FBI.

Regardless, based on these initial reports, Khan should never have been given a top speaking slot at a major political party. More at Gateway Pundit

A previous post back in 2013 may be of interest that demonstrates the Muslim Brotherhood and the Clinton Global Initiative bond. 

 

 

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