Skip to comments.Humaís Moonlighting? No Problem Ö Just Donít Mention Her Crescent-lighting
Posted on 05/18/2013 12:22:25 PM PDT by opentalk
..It seems Ms. Abedin, accurately described by the New York Times as Hillary Rodham Clintons longtime aide and confidante, spent her last months at the State Department not really at the State Department...
This story is getting some attention sure to be fleeting ...But that has more to do with a potential Weiner political campaign than with the tangled web of government policy-making and Clinton cronies (like the Saudis and Qataris multi-million dollar donors to the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation who do mega-business with the State Department). There has to date been scant media interest in Abedins earlier part-time job.
...Ms. Abedin began her long professional association with Mrs. Clinton in 1996, as an intern to the first lady in the Clinton White House. In the years that followed, she remained a Clinton staffer from the White House to the Senate, and eventually to the State Department.
At the same time, she also served from 1996 through 2008 as assistant editor of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, a publication founded by Abdullah Omar Naseef, a major financier of al Qaeda whose Islamic charity, the Rabita Trust, is a designated terrorist organization (on which Naseef colluded with Wael Hamza Jalaidan, an Osama bin Laden intimate who is one of al Qaedas founders).
Naseef is a former secretary general of the Muslim World League, which Osama bin Laden described as one of al Qaedas primary funding sources. In the late seventies, he retained Abedins parents to run his newly formed Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs and edit its journal, which has been an Abedin family affair ever since. For seven years, Naseef overlapped with Huma Abedin at the journal, as a member of its advisory editorial board.
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How does an unemployed Wiener make a half million dollars?
Maybe he’s been selling “dirty water dogs” on the streets of N.Y.
Teneo landed its first major client June 1, when the Rockefeller Foundation gave Teneo a $3,447,150, six-month contract to help plan the foundations 2013 centennial.
The foundation is another member of the Clintons extended family. It gave Clinton its Lifetime Innovation Achievement Award July 27 and the foundation is listed as a between $1 to $5 million contributor to the William J. Clinton Foundation, along with several members of the Rockefeller family who are listed as individual contributors.
Is Hillary now a full partner, taking over where her husband left off?