Muslim Brotherhood Delegation allowed to bypass airport security!
Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com January 22, 2014
The U.S. State Department is refusing to comment days after it emerged that they ordered the Department of Homeland Security to give members of a Muslim Brotherhood delegation traveling to the United States VIP treatment so they could bypass airport security.
Image: Muslim Brotherhood Supporter (YouTube).
The story first emerged first appeared on Friday last week after the Investigative Project on Terrorism obtained a document (PDF) as a result of a FOIA request proving that Muslim Brotherhood members traveling through Minneapolis Airport, New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport and Dulles Airport were handed “port courtesies,” with the State Department telling the DHS to ensure the men “not be pulled into secondary upon arrival at a point of entry.”
After the influential Drudge Report picked up an Infowars article, the story went viral, but no explanation has been offered by the State Department as to why it afforded members of a group with links to terrorism special treatment allowing them to bypass airport security.
Although such treatment is commonplace when applied to visiting dignitaries affiliated with elected officials, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi had not been elected president at the time of the visit in April 2012. One of the delegation had also been involved in a previous child pornography investigation in the United States.
Following its involvement in bombing police headquarters, the Muslim Brotherhood was declared a terrorist organization by the Egyptian government last month.
Could America’s security have been put at risk by people working inside the State Department? Earlier this month, retired U.S. Air Force Gen. Tom McInerney made the explosive claim that there were “at least 10 or 15″ Muslim Brotherhood sympathizers working for the State Department.
Whether that’s true or not, the story has prompted fury amongst Americans sick of being treated like terrorists by the TSA while the federal government rolls out the red carpet for people involved with a group that has actual links to terrorism.
Numerous news organizations, including Infowars as well as the Blaze and the New York Post, have contacted the State Department over the last 48 hours asking for clarification but no response has been forthcoming. According to the Post, “The State Department had no comment.”
Given the State Department’s disastrous public relations campaign in connection with the Benghazi scandal, we’re not holding our breath.
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By Geoff Earle January 21, 2014 | 5:52am
WASHINGTON — Egyptian members of the Muslim Brotherhood dodged extra security screening at JFK Airport under VIP treatment provided by the State Department, internal government documents reveal.
The special treatment, known as “port courtesy,” was extended during March and April 2012, according to documents compiled by the department and turned over to the Investigative Project on Terrorism as part of a Freedom of Information Act request.
The perk is normally reserved for visiting dignitaries.
The documents show how State and security officials laid out the welcome mat for members of the Muslim Brotherhood and its Freedom and Justice Party even before they took control of the Egyptian government in June 2012.
One visiting delegate, Abdul Mawgoud Dardery, was escorted through checkpoints at JFK.
“We did not hear anything further from the MB [Muslim Brotherhood] so we assume to departure went smoothly,” a department official reported.
Dardery, a senior Brotherhood member, avoided a “secondary inspection,” in which agents go through baggage and electronic equipment of passengers who might be considered security risks.
The Brotherhood won a plurality in the Egyptian parliament and its candidate, Mohammed Morsi, was elected president before being overthrown in a military-backed coup in July 2013.
The State Department had no comment.
The Muslim Brotherhood is given VIP treatment by the Obama Administration while “We the People” are subjected to all sorts of degrading searches. What’s wrong with this picture?
So…the State Department is silent….the same people behind Benghazi and the destablization of Eastern Europe and the ME, the same people who put the shoe bomber on an airplane, the same people who refused to search women in burkas and all the other miscellaneous anti-America terrorist activity they can muster.
The Muslim Brotherhood is listed in Russia 12 February 2003, Syria 21 October 2013 and Egypt 25 December 2013 as a terrorist organization:
On February 2003, the Supreme Court of Russia banned the Muslim Brotherhood, labelling it as a terrorist organization, and accusing the group of supporting the rebels who want to create an Islamic state in North Caucasus.
Soros Connection to El Baradei & Egypt Revolution (John Podesta)