White House Memo Blaming Video was Sent to Muslim Brotherhood Operative

Alhassani met in the White House with Samir Mayekar, a George Soros ‘fellow’

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Good catch by Walid Shoebat, Ben Barrack and Keith Davies.

The ‘smoking gun’ email that reveals who instructed Susan Rice to blame the Benghazi attack on a video also exposes a recipient named Mehdi K. Alhassani. Alhassani was the leader of the Muslim Student Association (MSA), a Muslim Brotherhood front group and attended the sister mosque of the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (ISBCC) mosque attended by the Boston Marathon bombers. It is a mystery how Alhassani slipped through the cracks to become a Special Assistant to the Office of the Chief of Staff, National Security Council Staff, and Executive Office of the President. It is unknown why a few hours before the Benghazi attack, Alhassani met in the White House with Samir Mayekar, a George Soros ‘fellow’ for an unscheduled visit.

I think we can hazard a guess. The message was going up and down the pipeline after the September 11 attacks began to find out what the attackers will want in exchange for not disrupting O's campaign.

But it's certainly interesting that Ben Rhodes was sending out a memo pushing the video over policy argument and that one of the men in the loop was part of an organization that had ties to the attackers.

The people on the list were generally high up on the communications ladder. It's debatable whether Mehdi K. Alhassani should have been on it, but he clearly was and that raises all sorts of unanswered questions about the links between Obama's pro-Muslim Brotherhood policies and the September 11 attacks.

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