State Department Holds Seminar with Groups Tied to Muslim Brotherhood
Reports indicate the Obama administration is holding meetings with Islamic organizations with ties to extremist and terrorist groups and actively recruiting Muslims to work as Foreign Service officers in embassies around the world.
Moreover, they are sending Feisal Abdul Rauf, of Ground Zero mosque fame, on a "Middle Eastern outreach mission" and trying to teach federal agents to fight terrorism without offending Muslims.
These initiatives are part of a focused State Department campaign run by Deputy Special Coordinator of Middle East Transition Mark Ward.
Ward recently "held a 90 minute seminar at a convention sponsored by" the Muslim American Society (MAS) and the Islamic Circe of North America--both of which have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
One of the speakers at the conference, Kifah Mustapha, is a former member of the Holy Land Foundation, a charity which was accused of laundering money for Hamas.