Obama and his minions have no time to meet with Republicans and no time or inclination to answer questions about Benghazi. But if you’re a radical fanatic who supports terrorism their door is wide open, apparently.
That history makes the June 13 White House meeting with Sheik Abdullah Bin Bayyah all the more inexplicable. Bin Bayyah is vice president of the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), a group founded by and headed by Qaradawi. The IUMS has a long history of supporting Hamas –a top Hamas leader is an IUMS member – and of calling for Israel’s destruction.
Bin Bayyah’s website claims that he met June 13 with senior Obama administration officials at the White House.
Nonetheless, it was the Obama administration which sought the meeting with Bin Bayyah, his website’s account said.
“We asked for this meeting to learn from you and we need to be looking for new mechanisms to communicate with you and the Association of Muslim Scholars (another name used for the IUMS),” Gayle Smith, senior director of the National Security Council, reportedly said.
Bin Bayyah’s June 13 account placed other senior officials in the meeting, including: Rashad Hussain, the U.S. special envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), National Security Adviser Tom Donilon and White House spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri. But the account was later changed to delete the reference to Donilon’s presence at the meeting.
Smith also thanked Bin Bayyah for “his efforts to bring more understanding amongst humanity” during the meeting, the Bin Bayyah account said.
The White House did not respond to repeated requests for comments between June 14 and Tuesday.
Why would they respond to requests for comment? It’s not as if they’re accountable or anything. By the way, if the White House tries to deny it there’s photographic evidence of this lunatic being there:
More on this Friend of Barack here. The White House and these terror lovers are already scurrying to cover their tracks. Good luck with that.
The account of the meeting on bin Bayyah’s website also mentions that he ‘called for the protection of the Syrian people and the Muslim minority in Myanmar.’
But less than 12 hours after MailOnline made inquiries with the NSC, that account was altered to remove any reference to National Security Adviser Tom Donilon having attended the meeting. The site still claims ‘the director of public relations in the White House’ – likely a reference to communications director Jennifer Palmieri – did attend.
There has been no confirmation from the White House or from bin Bayyah that either Palmieri or Donilon participated in the June 13 meeting.
A second web page on bin Bayyah’s site was also changed within hours of MailOnline’s inquiries.
You know who else these guys like? Hitler.