Saturday, January 24, 2015

Valerie Jarrett is a member of the "Muslim Sisterhood". What is this "Muslim Sisterhod" ?? Read and share!

Egypt’s 'Muslim Sisterhood' pretends to be a social work organization although its true aims are to political JUST LIKE THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD.
BEWARE OF Obama’s closest and most powerful adviser – Valerie Jarrett. She is part of the Muslim Sisterhood

Muslim Sisterhood, which remains under-reported, is a wing of the Muslim Brotherhood. But is it an organization that has a weight similar to that of the Brotherhood, or does it merely support the Brotherhood in times of need?

The Muslim Sisterhood was established six years after the Brotherhood’s formation, on April 26, 1933, in the Egyptian city of Ismailiya. The founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hassan al-Banna, came up with the idea and wanted to call it the “Muslim Sisters Group.” According to the Brotherhood’s official website, Banna wrote a letter to the members of the Muslim Women’s Association and discussed the importance of women’s role in society, and the leeway that Islam gave them to serve their community. Labiba Ahmed was appointed as head of the Sisterhood.
However, the Sisterhood's fight over the leadership of the branch pushed Banna to go back on the idea of a separate leadership for the Sisterhood. Thus, the Muslim Sisterhood came under the command of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Muslim Sisterhood's role limited to charity work and preaching
Wafaa Mashour, a Freedom and Justice Party member of parliament in Egypt’s former Shura Council and a prominent leader in the Muslim Sisterhood, told Al-Monitor that the aim behind forming the branch was to raise girls on the values of Islam to be good wives and mothers in their community. The role of women was limited to social work and preaching. They would organize religious lectures for girls and participate in community service work such as sheltering poor families and contributing to the eradication of illiteracy.
However, women in the Sisterhood had to integrate into political work due to the conditions that Egypt was undergoing. Although the Sisterhood did not turn into an organization as weighty as the Muslim Brotherhood, the work of women was organized, well-planned and far from erratic. They participated in many demonstrations organized by the Brotherhood to protest against the internal situation in the country or express their rejection of foreign policy matters — on issues such as the war in Iraq and the war on Palestinians. Moreover, they ran in the 2005 and 2010 parliamentary elections on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The post-Jan. 25 phase
Mashour noted that the Jan. 25 Revolution [2011] was considered a new phase in the course of women’s work. The role of the Sisters appeared on a larger scale in the Brotherhood when they gathered in Tahrir Square — just like men — to demand the fall of the regime of ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
Afterward, the role of the Sisters was further highlighted when they ran for parliamentary elections under the umbrella of the Freedom and Justice Party, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood. Many Sisters such as Azza El Garf won seats in parliament.
According to Ibrahim al-Hudaybi, an Islamist researcher and former member of the Brotherhood, the preoccupation of the Sisters in political work holds another meaning. He believes that the female political participation that followed the Jan. 25 Revolution did not emanate from a shift in the mind-set of the Muslim Brotherhood. This is because the role played by women was limited to doing the work they were asked to do. Women do not participate in decision-making within the organization, as shown by their inability to be members of the Guidance Office. According to Hudaybi, the Brotherhood is still a closed-minded organization. If it were not for the current situation, the organization would not have allowed their female members to protest in squares, take to the streets and be subject to beatings, arrests and sometimes killings at the hand of security forces.
Speaking to Al-Monitor, Hudaybi attributed the female predominance on the current political scene within the organization — shown by the fact that women are staging protests and forming popular anti-coup movements — to the political situation, which compelled women to take on the role of men since the majority of the organization leaders are in prisons.
Rasmiya, the former chairwoman of the Women’s Committee in the Freedom and Justice Party, spoke to Al-Monitor and asserted that decision-making among the Muslim Sisters is highly independent of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Guidance Office and the Supreme Guide. The Sisters refer to them merely for advising purposes. In addition, the organization did not ban its female members from political participation.
She added that the ideology of the organization has not changed, since it is derived from Islam, which allows women the freedom to take decisions according to the priorities of the situation.
“Prior to Jan. 25, we used to take to the streets on our own, as an [independent] organization. Women's participation was not needed as it is now. Back then, women participated as much as the political situation in Egypt allowed. They supported the parliamentary and Shura candidates and the elections of student unions. Following the revolution, Egyptian society changed and was at high boil. Protests were ongoing, which aroused the need for the participation of women in this change,” Rasmiya noted.
In addition, she pointed out that the Brotherhood has increasingly relied on women following the June 30 protests and the arrests of a large number of Muslim Brotherhood leaders. It has become a duty for the Sisters to lead the protests. This is why they formed many movements such as “Women against the Coup” in protest of the ouster of former President Mohammed Morsi and “Girls Ultras Azhari” against the way security forces dealt with university students.

BEWARE OF Obama’s closest and most powerful adviser – Valerie Jarrett. She is part of the Muslim Sisterhood

Despite the information being easily accessed, most Americans are likely still unaware that Valerie Jarrett was born in Iran, and spent her first five years in that country.  Like Barack Obama, Jarrett’s initial experience was not as an American, but an American/Muslim hybrid.  According to an American Spectator report in August of 2008, the Obama campaign had initiated an aggressive program to hide Jarrett’s Iranian background.  This program received significant help from certain media figures who were only too happy to comply with the Obama camp’s request that Jarrett’s Middle East ties were not made a public matter – even as declared Jarrett its “Iranian of the Day” that same month of August.  Also during that same time period, Barack Obama admitted to the New York Times that,  “I trust her (Jarrett) to speak for me, particularly when we’re dealing with delicate issues” and that he ran every important decision by her first.
Jarrett’s family history is rife with radical ties, including those of her father-in-law Vernon Jarrett, a supporter of such communist-American icons of the 1940s as Langston Hughes.  Vernon Jarrett was the strongest link to Chicago’s Hyde Park environment that would be of such great influence on Valerie Jarrett, and then through her, shape both Barack and Michelle Obama’s adult outlook upon American and its place in the world.  Again largely ignored by the media in 2008, Chicago’s Hyde Park was home to such radical figures as the socialist Arnold Wolf, an anti-Israel rabbi (yes, those do in fact exist) who had pushed for increased support for the terrorist PLO.  At around that same time Rabbi Wolf was also deeply involved with the Chicago Communist Party.  Mr. Wolf declared in a 2008 Chicago Sun Times interview of other Hyde Park elites’ excitement over the political potential of a young Barack Obama a decade earlier, declaring they believed to have found in Obama,  “A guy who could sell our product, and sell it with splendor!”
Some of those other Hyde Park leftist elites excited over the prospects of Barack Obama included domestic terrorists turned educators Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dorn, Tony Rezko, (a Syrian-American) Democrat Socialist member Jackie Grimshaw, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakahn, and yes - Valerie Jarrett, already a central player in the Daley-run Chicago political machine, and prior to that, a member of the Harold Washington mayoral administration.  Washington too was deeply involved with what some have described as the Chicago Communist Network.  Within just a few short years of having been introduced to these radical Chicago figures, Barack Obama found himself as a newly elected State Senator, an author of a highly publicized book (though his own past showed little evidence of having a proclivity for writing, unlike his close neighbor Bill Ayers) and on an astonishing fast-track to national politics, all the while being guided/programmed by the Iranian-born Valerie Jarrett.
So this brings us to more recent events in the Middle East, and the seemingly contradictory message coming out of the Obama White House regarding uprisings throughout that region – and the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood both on those uprisings, and the muddled response of President Obama.

In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood was constantly rebuked by the Mubarak regime – a regime that had for decades helped keep the peace between the Muslim world and Israel.  Within hours of an uprising breaking out, President Barack Obama, who admitted every decision he makes is first run by Valerie Jarrett, spoke out against longtime American ally Hosni Mubarak and demanded the longtime Egyptian ruler step aside.  It is in Egypt where the Muslim Brotherhood was founded, though since that time it has spread its considerable influence throughout the Muslim world.  President Obama’s very public stance against Mubarak was in stark contrast to uprisings a year earlier in Iran (the birthplace of Valerie Jarrett) that saw a tepid response from the Obama administration – nary a word was spoken against the Iranian regime, or support given to the cause of the protesters.
Then came Libya, and again, similar to the lack of response President Obama had given to the Iranian uprising of a year earlier, and in stark contrast to the strong response given just a week prior regarding Egypt, Barack Obama said nothing.  No words of support.  No condemnation of Libya and its 40-year ruler Muammar Gaddafi, a man who had long supported terrorist attacks against America for decades – much like his Iranian counterparts.

So in essence, the Obama administration’s almost immediate response toward Hasni Mubarak, a figure who had been an essential ally to the United States in the always-volatile region of the Middle East, was to demand he relinquish power in favor of the uprising – an uprising largely manufactured by the Muslim Brotherhood.  But in the case of Libya, a nation long ruled by an anti-American state-sponsored terrorism madman, the Obama administration remained all but silent – much as it had done with Iran, also a nation that remains a bastion of anti-American terrorist activities.  Surely these responses, or lack thereof, were manufactured at least in part by Valerie Jarrett, the figure President  Obama admits he seeks approval from regarding all decisions.
Ah, and now the plot thickens even further, for just this week, Kamal al-Halbavi, a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood gave a statement indicating his organization’s strong approval of the Iranian government for its “role in consolidating unity and solidarity among the Muslim countries throughout the world.”  Al-Halbavi went on to also directly praise the leadership of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the very figure who has repeatedly declared the need to destory Israel, boasted of being able to recruit “hundreds of suicide bombers a day”, and the belief that Islam’s intent is to “rule the world.”
A 2010 New York Times article cited the following regarding the Obama administration’s ever increasing involvement with Muslim groups – led of course by Iranian-born Valerie Jarrett:  Muslim and Arab-American advocates have participated in policy discussions and received briefings from top White House aides and other officials on health care legislation, foreign policy, the economy, immigration and national security. They have met privately with a senior White House adviser, Valerie Jarrett.



  1. We have a whole administration of TREASON! Hang 'em! Life in jail!! Just DO SOMETHING!!

  2. Thank you for your abundant proof that free speech and gun rights aren't oppressed in America, no matter how hateful or ignorant. Please keep it up!

  3. Hateful and ignorant my behind! There is nothing more Obama wants than a NWO. And nothing was even mentioned about guns. But it is very apparent where your loyalty lies. Americans will keep fighting to keep our rights, same as Obama keeping his lies going!

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