The 28 page report that was released on Friday shows that a group connected to Huma Abedin is mentioned in the report as supporting terrorism. Huma’s family business, Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs, is located in the offices of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth and its parent organization, the Muslim World League. The report names the World Assembly of Muslim Youth as a provider of aid to terrorism going back a few years before 9/11. Records show that on September 11, 2001, Huma Abedin was working for Hillary Clinton and the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. An archived page from the journal, dated Dec 2nd, 2002 listed Huma Abedin as an editor. Other editors were Heba, her brother Hassan and her mother, Saleha S. Mahmood.
The Muslim World League has ties to both the The Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs and the Journal for Muslim Minority Affairs. The Muslim World League is the parent company of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth. (WAMY)
On Page 24, the report discusses the half brother of Osama bin Laden:
According to the FBI. Abdullah Bin Ladin has a number of connections to terrorist organizations. He is the President and Director of the World Arab Muslim Youth Association (WAMY) and the Institute of Islamic and Arabic Science in America. Both organizations are local branches of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
According to the FBI, there is reason to believe that WAMY is “closely associated with the funding and financing of international terrorist activities and in the past has provided logistical support to individuals wishing to to fight in the Afghan War.” In 1998, the CIA published a paper characterizing WAMY as a NGO that provides funding. logistical support and training with possible connections to the Arab Afghans network, Hamas, Algerian extremists and Philippine militants.
Although the 28 Pages make no mention of Abedin at all, the information in the 28 Pages lays out a timeline of events during the planning and execution of the 9/11 terror attack that shows that, at all times, Huma Abedin was working for both Hillary Clinton and the WAMY organization the Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs.
In the past, all efforts to vet or ask basic questions about Abedin have been shut down by the mainstream media and politicians on both sides of the aisle, including Republican Sen. John McCain and Democrat Congressman Keith Ellison.
A footnote on page 24 of the 28 Pages is inconclusive but doesn’t rule out the possibility that WAMY’s senior leadership may have supported terrorism.
According to the FBI’s November 8th, 2002 response, although several officials in WAMY support Al-Qa’ida and other terrorist groups, the intelligence is insufficient to show whether the organization as whole and its senior leadership support terrorism.
Clinton herself wrote a memo in 2009 that accuses Huma’s former company of funding terrorism:
Saudi Arabia has enacted important reforms to criminalize terrorist financing and restrict the overseas flow of funds from Saudi-based charities. However, these restrictions fail to include &multilateral organizations such as the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), Muslim World League (MWL) and the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY.) Intelligence suggests that these groups continue to send money overseas and, at times, fund extremism overseas.
Breitbart News reported exclusively that just a month after 9/11, Newsweek claimed that the Muslim World League — the parent organization of WAMY with connections to Huma Abedin — was removed from a list of terror funders under pressure from Saudi Arabia.
The 28 Pages were available to members of Congress to read, although only under the right security conditions.
It is not known whether Sec. Clinton, then the Senator for New York, ever read the 28 Pages.
What we do know is that the Clinton Foundation has received millions from countries friendly with terrorists.