On August 11, 2022 Arutz 7 reported “Bruce Reinhart, the federal judge in Florida who signed the warrant allowing the FBI to raid former US President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property on Tuesday, has been hit with a wave of antisemitic threats online. The outburst has appeared on right-wing social media platforms and message boards, where users have published the judge’s name, address and personal information. Threats have been directed at his children and supposed family members as well. Reinhart, who appears to be a member of the board of Temple Beth David in Palm Beach Gardens, has been a magistrate judge for the Southern District of Florida since 2018.”
Jew-hating anti-semites are trying to falsely blame the Jews for Biden’s persecution of Trump and his followers, they claim several of Biden’s staff members are Jewish. (Below image posted here)
It is easy to debunk this Jew-hating anti-semitic poster which falsely tries to blame the Jews for Biden’s persecution of Trump and his followers:
1. The poster includes people like John Kerry as an example of a Jew influencing Biden’s government. Although some of Kerry’s family was Jewish (his grandfather was Jewish), his mother is not Jewish so he is not Jewish. As Obama’s Secretary of State, Kerry has been one of the most anti-Israel Secretary of States in history, behind Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran which paves the way for an Iranian nuclear bomb and UNSC 2334 which ruled that even Jerusalem’s Jewish Quarter and the Western Wall are “occupied Palestinian territories.”
2. Some of the most influential people in the Democratic party, people like Obama, the Clintons, and Pelosi, are not Jewish.
3. How can Jews be behind Biden’s persecution of Trump and his followers when many of those who worked with Trump, including his son in law Kushner, are Jewish?
The Jewish Virtual Library published a list of Jewish staff members who worked for Trump:
“Elliot Abrams – Special representative for Venezuela, then Iran.
Jared Kushner – Senior Advisor
David Friedman – Ambassador to Israel
Jason Greenblatt – Special Representative for International Negotiations, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict [Resigned September 2019]
Steve Mnuchin – Secretary of the Treasury
Stephen Miller – Senior Advisor, Policy
Anne Neuberger – Deputy National Manager, National Security Agency
Gary Cohn – Director, White House National Economic Council [Resigned March 2018]
Reed Cordish – Assistant to the President, Intra-governmental and Technology Initiatives
Avraham Berkowitz – Deputy Advisor to the President and his Senior Advisor Jared Kushner
Rod Rosenstein – Deputy Attorney General
Elan Carr – Special Envoy to monitor and combat anti-Semitism
Jeffrey Rosen – Deputy Secretary of the Department of Transportation / Attorney General (December 2020- )
Morgan Ortagus – Spokesperson, State Department
David Shulkin – Secretary of Veterans Affairs (appointed February 14, 2017, fired March 28, 2018)
Lawrence Kudlow – Director National Economic Council
Ivanka Trump – Advisor to the President
John Eisenberg – National Security Council Legal Advisor and Deputy Council to the President for National Security Affairs
Ezra Cohen-Watnick – Acting Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
Len Khodorkovsky – Deputy Special Envoy to monitor and combat anti-Semitism”
4. several staff members in the Biden regime (as those in Obama’s) are not only not Jewish but also anti-Israel.
The Muslim mirror reported “As many as 12 Muslim Americans have been selected for various positions in the new US administration, led by Joe Biden…
“List of Muslim Americans appointed by Joe Biden in his Admin:
1-Aisha Shah – partnership Manager at the White House Office of Digital Strategy
2-Sameera Fazili – Deputy Director at the US National Economic Council (NEC)
3-Uzra Zeya – Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights
4-Ali Zaidi – Deputy National Climate Advisor
5-Zayn Siddique – White House Deputy Chief of Staff
6-Reema Dodin – Deputy Director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs
7-Maher Bitar, Senior Director for Intelligence, White House National Security Council
8-Samiyyah Ali ,Deputy Associate Counsel,
9-Salman Ahmed, Director of Policy Planning, State Department
10-Farook Mitha, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
11-Dana Shanat, White House Senior Legistaltive Affairs Advisor
12-Saima Mohsin, U.S. Attorney for Eastern District of Attorney.”
On January 29, 2021 Caroline Glick published in Israel Hayom “This week the White House announced that Maher Bitar has been appointed to serve as the senior director for Intelligence at the National Security Council. The position is one of the most powerful posts in the US intelligence community. The senior director is the node to which all intelligence from all agencies flows. He decides what to share with the President. And in the name of the President, he determines priorities for intelligence operations and collection.
“The senior director of intelligence also determines what information the US intelligence community will share with foreign intelligence services. Likewise, he decides how to relate to information that foreign intelligence agencies share with the Americans. As one former senior national security council member explained, “The senior director for intelligence controls the information everyone sees. And by controlling information, he controls the conversation.” Usually, the sensitive position is reserved for a CIA officer who is detailed to the National Security Council. Bitar, however, is not an intelligence professional. He is an anti-Israel political activist.
“As Daniel Greenfield reported at Frontpage online magazine, in 2006, as a student at Georgetown University, Bitar was a leader of the anti-Semitic, Muslim Brotherhood aligned Students for Justice in Palestine. As an SJP leader, he organized a so-called “boycott, divestment, and sanctions” campaign against Israel and its supporters on his campus. Greenfield reported that Bitar chaired a panel at a BDS conference where participants discussed how to indoctrinate Christians to believe that Israel has no right to exist.
“After receiving a law degree from Georgetown, Bitar received a Master’s from Oxford in “Forced Migration.” He wrote a thesis about the “Nakba,” or catastrophe of Israel’s founding. From Oxford, he moved to Jerusalem where he worked for UNRWA, the UN agency dedicated to keeping the descendants of Arabs who left Israel in 1948 in a state of perpetual limbo by blocking their naturalization in countries they have lived in for five generations. UNRWA’s efforts to eternalize their misery are motivated by its institutional commitment to preventing any resolution of the Palestinian conflict with Israel.
” During the Obama presidency, Bitar served on the National Security Council as the Israeli-Palestinian officer. He was Samantha Power’s deputy. In 2016, as UN ambassador, Power played a key role in the passage of UN Security Council Resolution 2334, which labeled Israeli neighborhoods in unified Jerusalem and Israeli towns and cities in Judea and Samaria as a “flagrant violation of international law.” Bitar’s appointment highlights perhaps the central dilemma now facing Israel’s national leadership: How should Israel contend with what is shaping up to be the most hostile US administration ever?”
On August 3, 2022 the Federalist reported “serving as a conduit for terror financing and as the leader of a national organization with roots in the Muslim Brotherhood should disqualify someone from serving on a commission charged with monitoring abuses of religious freedom. And downplaying the horrors of a well-documented genocide fueled by religious animosity should also be a deal breaker. But under the Biden administration, these types of Islamist affiliations are résumé builders and genocide denial is no big thing.
“This was demonstrated last month when the White House appointed Mohamed Hag Magid, a prominent imam from Virginia, to serve on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) last month. Established by Congress in 1998, USCIRF is charged with monitoring violations of the right to religious freedom throughout the world and makes recommendations on how to respond to these violations to the president, the U.S. State Department, and to Congress. According to its website, the nine-member commission is “appointed by either the President or Congressional leaders of each political party, supported by a non-partisan professional staff.”
Andrew McCarthy wrote in the National Review during the Obama administration “Representative Bachmann is one of five House conservatives who have raised concerns about Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of our government. Glenn Beck reported Tuesday that GOP leadership is trying to extort an apology out of Bachmann by threatening to boot her from the House Intelligence Committee if she fails to submit.
That got me to wondering: Any chance Speaker Boehner might take just a couple of minutes out of his busy jihad against Bachmann to focus on how the State Department — during Ms. Abedin’s tenure — has cozied up to Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s chief sharia jurist?
“Sheikh Qaradawi is a promoter of jihadist terror. His fatwas endorse terrorist attacks against American personnel in Iraq as well as suicide bombing — by both men and women — against Israel. He is a leading supporter of Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestinian branch. He also runs an umbrella organization called the Union for Good (sometimes referred to as the “Union of Good”), which is formally designated a terrorist organization under American law. The Union for Good was behind the “Peace Flotilla” that attempted to break our ally Israel’s blockade of the terrorist organization Hamas (the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestinian branch) in 2010.
“That’s rather interesting — at least to me, though apparently not to Speaker Boehner — because Huma Abedin’s mother, Saleha, who is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s female division (the “Muslim Sisterhood”), is a major figure in not one but two Union for Good components. The first is the International Islamic Council for Dawa and Relief (IICDR). It is banned in Israel for supporting Hamas under the auspices of the Union for Good. Then there’s the International Islamic Committee for Woman and Child (IICWC) — an organization that Dr. Saleha Abedin has long headed. Dr. Abedin’s IICWC describes itself as part of the IICDR. And wouldn’t you know it, the IICWC charter was written by none other than . . . Sheikh Qaradawi, in conjunction with several self-proclaimed members of the Muslim Brotherhood.
“In McCainWorld, these are what are known as “a few unspecified and unsubstantiated associations.” But I digress. Clearly, these significant Muslim Brotherhood connections are of scant interest to Speaker Boehner, who has decided the problem is not the Brotherhood connections but the people who are shedding light on the Brotherhood connections. Nevertheless, since Boehner purports to be all about cracking down on wasteful government spending, at least when he’s not signing off on deals to extend President Obama’s credit card by another trillion or three, I thought I might ask whether the State Department’s Fulbright Scholar Program aroused his curiosity ever so slightly. Fulbright, by its own account, is “the government’s flagship program in international educational exchange,” promoting “mutual understanding” between the U.S. and other countries. In the 2010–2011 academic year — the year of the Union for Good’s “Freedom Flotilla,” if you need a time marker — one Fulbright scholarship was awarded to a lucky chemistry student from Qatar. Her name is Siham al-Qaradawi, and she just happens to be the daughter of Sheikh Qaradawi.
“Now, besides despising America and having lots of global academic connections (at least in countries where he’s not banned), the sheikh happens to be a very wealthy man — the sharia-advisory business can be very profitable. And while the sheikh’s daughter is said to be an exceptional chemist, the world is full of exceptional chemists. How is it that Qaradawi’s daughter gets the State Department prize? I’m just wondering, and wondering if Speaker Boehner is wondering.
“Oh, one last thing. Obviously, Huma Abedin does not make Obama-administration or State Department policy. Policy is made by President Obama and Secretary Clinton, and they hardly needed Ms. Abedin in order to have pro-Islamist leanings. Nevertheless, since Secretary Clinton’s tenure began, with Huma Abedin serving as a top adviser, the United States has aligned itself with the Muslim Brotherhood in myriad ways.
“To name just a few (the list is by no means exhaustive): Our government reversed the policy against formal contacts with the Brotherhood; funded Hamas; continued funding Egypt even after the Brotherhood won the elections; dropped an investigation of Brotherhood organizations in the U.S. that were previously identified as co-conspirators in the case of the Holy Land Foundation financing Hamas; hosted Brotherhood delegations in the United States; issued a visa to a member of the Islamic Group (a designated terrorist organization) and hosted him in Washington because he is part of the Brotherhood’s parliamentary coalition in Egypt; announced that Israel should go back to its indefensible 1967 borders; excluded Israel, the world’s leading target of terrorism, from a counterterrorism forum in which the State Department sought to “partner” with Islamist governments that do not regard attacks on Israel as terrorism; and pressured Egypt’s pro-American military government to surrender power to the anti-American Muslim Brotherhood parliament and president just elected by Egypt’s predominantly anti-American population. So I was hoping maybe the speaker could explain to us: Hypothetically, if Huma Abedin did have a bias in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood, and if she were actually acting on that bias to try to tilt American policy in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood, what exactly would the State Department be doing differently?”