Good. Now the question is how many more "Elibiary's" are there in the Obama administration. Not counting Obama.
Mohamed Elibiary, a top aide to President Obama, resigned this week following his offensives tweets which essentially support radical Islam and even terror.
United States Homeland Security Department adviser Mohamed Elibiary, who is no stranger to controversy, resigned following tweets about the “inevitable” return of the Caliphate and “misreading” of 9/11, Israel Hayom reports.
Elibiary, a member of American President Barack Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council, stepped down from his position on September 3 after receiving backlash over a controversial comment that he posted on Twitter in June. Responding to a question about the Islamic State (IS) terror organization, Elibiary wrote, “As I’ve said b4 inevitable that ‘Caliphate’ returns.”
After the June tweet, Elibiary was asked if he supported the “inevitable Caliphate,” and he responded by saying that the U.S. is moving towards engaging with radical Islamic groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, the Washington Free Beacon reports.
The tweet was one of a string of posts deemed inappropriate for a senior government advisor, including one where he said he considered the U.S. to be an “Islamic country” and another where he suggested that those in the national security “uber hawks camp misread 9/11.”
To date, the U.S. government has not provided any details on Elibiary’s resignation, and it is unknown if it is directly related to the controversial Twitter posts.
A History of Problematic Statements
Elibiary has a history of controversial posts and statements. He used the controversial “R4BIA” four-finger salute symbol associated with the Muslim Brotherhood as decor on his Twitter profile, a choice that elicited criticism on the social media site and from at least one Israeli blog, The Blaze reports.
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