Skip to comments.Muslim scholar tied to pro-Hamas group, radical cleric visits White House
Posted on 06/26/2013 7:10:01 AM PDT by RoosterRedux
A Muslim scholar whose group supports Hamas, who has urged the U.N. to criminalize blasphemy and who is the deputy of an Egyptian cleric banned from the U.S. over his radical statements was able to secure a visit at the White House earlier this month.
A report from The Investigative Project on Terrorism uncovered a statement on the website of Sheikh Abdullah Bin Bayyah claiming he met June 13 with Obama administration officials in Washington.
Bin Bayyah is vice president of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, a group founded by Egyptian cleric Yusuf Qaradawi -- a Muslim Brotherhood leader who has called for the death of Jews and Americans and himself is banned from visiting the U.S.
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In a sane world without half the population with its head up its a$$ this man would be impeached and extradited to his native Kenya.
the next potus is going to have to hire exterminators to fumigate OUR White House (the one that is closed to tours but open to terrorists)
There is no such thing as a muslim scholar.
Show me their advancements in education, technology etc etc. Show me their Nobel prizes. Show me their inventions that have made their lives better...
If they had scholars, their world would not be a third world situation, they would have thought their way out.
himno hero ~:” There is no such thing as a muslim scholar.”
Any muslim who can read anything other than the Koran is considered a scholar.
Thats why most of the others memorize the Koran .
I read a message a few days ago that said since so many Muslims marry their cousins , that there is mental deficiency due to genetic inbreeding .
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