It has been revealed that Huma Abedin, senior aide to Hillary Clinton, had access to Clinton's personal e-mails including highly-sensitive details surrounding Benghazi. Abedin is also accused of having ties to Muslim extremist groups.
Abedin has been entrenched in the Clinton camp for quite some time. Besides her job as top aide for Mrs. Clinton at the State Department, Abedin has held multiple positions throughout the years, many times simultaneously, for both Bill and Hillary individually and their various foundations. In fact Bill Clinton officiated at Abedin's marriage ceremony to disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner. Abedin is even said to be the Clinton's "surrogate daughter."
But it's not her close-knit relationship with Mrs. Clinton alone that proves troubling, but her ties with Islamic extremist groups. WND reports personal and familial ties between Abedin, the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as al Qaeda.
These ties, initially called into question by former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) and later denounced by Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) as having "no basis," raise concern over Abedin having such high-level access to the movements and whereabouts of Ambassador Chris Stevens in Benghazi, Libya detailed in Clinton's e-mails prior to the terrorist attack.
It was Abedin who forwarded to Clinton’s personal email address details about the initial establishment of the U.S. special mission in Benghazi, updates about security threats to both the mission and Ambassador Chris Stevens, intelligence on the growing terrorist threat in Libya and insider information on the Sept. 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi.
Abedin was privy to emails that contained the exact movements of Stevens while he was stationed in arguably one of the most dangerous zones in the world for any American diplomat.
WND reports that Abedin had previously worked "a dozen years" as an assistant editor for the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs for the institute of the same name: "The institute – founded by her late father and currently directed by her mother – is backed by the Muslim World League, an Islamic organization in the Saudi holy city of Mecca that was founded by Muslim Brotherhood leaders."
The WND report also states that Abedin was part of the Muslim Student Association (MSA), believed to be a Muslim Brotherhood front group, as well as worked closely with an accused financier of al Qaeda. Abedin served on the board of the MSA while she attended George Washington University. That group's official anthem, according to WND, reads similarly to the creed of the Muslim Brotherhood:
Allah is our objective
The Prophet is our leader
The Quran is our law
Jihad is our way
Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope