Contained within the 28-pages of the 9/11 report Congress declassified Friday is a suggestion that a group associated with the family of longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin may have had connections to the funding of terrorism.
The offices of the Abedin family business, the Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs, is located in the London offices of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth and its parent organization, the Muslim World League, according to Breitbart News.
The World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) is named as a financial supporter of terrorism in the newly-released 28 pages of the Congressional report.
The report discussed the activities of Osama bin Laden’s brother, Abdullah Bin Laden, on page 24:
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 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 born in the United States, Abedin was raised in Saudi Arabia and has been with Clinton for the last 20 years.
The report doesn’t mention Abedin by name, but she worked for both Clinton and the WAMY organization the Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs throughout both the planning and execution phases of the 9/11 terror attack.
A footnote on page 24 provides this cautionary note:
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.
Attempts t0 seek answers to Abedin’s relationships to possibly radical Muslim organizations have been stymied by both the mainstream media and politicians on both sides of the aisle, including Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona.
The “28 pages” also revealed connections between the 9/11 hijackers and Saudi officials, including the possibility that members of the Saudi royal family may have provided funds for the attack.
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