Kerry May Pick Terrorist Supporter for Top Diplomatic Post

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.


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Most of you probably already remember our good friend Robert Malley. And if you don’t, here’s a refresher course.

Middle East and North Africa Program Director for the International Crisis Group (Soros)

Son of Simon Malley, a key figure in the Egyptian Communist Party

Became foreign policy advisor to presidential candidate Barack Obama in 2007

One U.S. security official, speaking on condition of anonymity, states that Robert Malley “has expressed sympathy to Hamas and Hezbollah and [has] offered accounts of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations that don’t jibe with the facts.”

In 2008, the Barack Obama presidential campaign severed its ties with Malley after the latter told the Times of London that he had been in regular contact with Hamas as part of his work for ICG.

Now in Term 2, Bob may be making a comeback.

An anti-Israel diplomat who was kicked off the 2008 Obama campaign after he was caught negotiating with the terror group Hamas is under consideration for a State Department advisory post, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.

Robert Malley, a longtime government insider who worked for former President Bill Clinton and advised then-Sen. Barack Obama, is said to be on Kerry’s shortlist for deputy assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs, according to reports and sources. He currently serves as the Middle East director of the International Crisis Group (ICG).

If tapped for the job, Malley would be in charge of the Israel-Palestinian peace process, according to Al Monitor.

What kind of ideas for peace would Malley have? One word. Hamas.

  • http://www.americarepublicspring.com/ Marvin E. Fox

    I wonder if the NSA is using its magnificent taxpayer paid electronics systems to investigate the Obama Administration Appointments, to sensitive government posts; for new hires from various socialist, terrorist , or ant-American organizations? Appointments to sensitive government positions usually require a security clearance. The investigation of the individuals seeking such positions are required before the seeker is accepted for the position. A government security clearance to see classified information would be a legal requirement, not an optional procedure.
    Marvin Fox

    • DogmaelJones1

      Marvin: I would judge that most of Obama’s appointees for sensitive government positions aren’t vetted or much investigated. Look at the number of Muslim appointees he’s made. Huma Abedin got her “deputy” position with Hillary Clinton with a wink and a nod. Yes, the NSA probably does collect information on these appointees, but I’m beginning to think that the worse these background checks on these people reveal, the more welcome they are in Obama’s serried ranks of traitors, and in they go.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        They don’t share this vetting info outside of the circle of traitors.

      • http://www.americarepublicspring.com/ Marvin E. Fox

        I’m glad to hear from you DogmaelJones 1. The Obama
        Administration is the least legal of any bunch of politicians I have seen in my 80 years. The biggest mystery is what the agenda of the Administration is. I don not buy that they are a bunch of nut-bags who don’r know what they are doing. I believe they are following their own agenda. I believe the agenda is becoming apparent, but I have heard none of its detractors mention what I believe. I pray that agenda will fail.
        Two questions need to be answered. 1. Why would a political party [Democrats] that appears to be already successful, want a power boost from 48 million new citizens who will obviously add to the 47% of those who do not pay Federal income taxes, to a nation that is already broke.
        2. Does that much desired power boost have anything to do with the recent UN statement that we need a one world government because nations can no longer solve individual national problems. That UN statement was made because of the mounting problems caused by what is presently passing for international Socialism.
        Marvin Fox
        There are many other questions, but those two are very telling in the present scenario.
        Marvin Fox

  • objectivefactsmatter

    “Most of you probably already remember our good friend Robert Malley.”

    Hated this stealth jihadi for many years. An early mole enabled by Clinton.

  • capt_z1

    American terrorist organization = Obama Administration

  • poetcomic1

    Any country that would elect Obama twice deserves him.