Donald Trump Attacked By A Muslim Brotherhood Member
What the Media is not telling Americans about Khizr Khan is that he a Muslim Brotherhood member,
Donald Trump’s campaign appealed to Capitol Hill for support Monday as his attacks on the Muslim parents of a US soldier killed in Iraq drew sharp rebukes from some GOP members.
Donald Trump’s criticism of Khizr Khan and wife Ghazala Khan, who took the stage at last week’s Democratic National Convention, sparked some concern from Republican lawmakers.
Senator John McCain (R-AZ), a former POW, along with the Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), joined the condemnation, reflecting the highly regarded place the military and its Veterans hold with many in the United States.
Donald Trump’s dispute with the Khans has dominated the White House campaign in recent days.
Rob Wasinger, from the Trump campaign sent an email to senior Senate aides saying, “We want to get several member statements out today on this, and would really appreciate your help.”
A similar appeal was made to Republicans in the House of Representatives, according to a senior aide.
Attached to the appeal were talking points lawamkers could use to try to tamp down the controversy growing since last week’s appearance at the Democratic convention by the Khans, the parents of U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan, who was killed by a bomb in Iraq 12 years ago.
The Trump campaign did not respond to requests for comment, and Mr. Wasinger refused to comment when contacted by telephone.
In the talking points sent to lawmakers, the Trump campaign said he had been asked about the Khans’ comments during the convention and wished them well. The talking points also noted that Donald Trump “wants to end radical Islamic terror, so that our soldiers like Mr. Khan’s son will be safe.”
The list also says Trump had not directly compared his sacrifices to the Khans. Donald Trump said over the weekend he had also made sacrifices in his life by working hard, creating jobs and being successful.
The Khans bristled at that suggestion and, in numerous television appearances over the weekend, said Trump was ignorant about Islam and about their family’s sacrifice.
In a remarks to television networks Monday, Mr. Khan said Donald Trump lacked the empathy to be a leader and chided him for the “attack”
“This story is not about Mr. Khan, who is all over the place doing interviews, but rather radical Islamic terrorism and the US. Get smart!” Donald Trump said Monday on Twitter.
What the media is not telling Americans about Khizr Khan is that he is a Muslim Brotherhood member, working to bring Muslims into the United States. After reading what we discovered so far, it becomes clear that Mr. Khan wanted to ‘trump’ Donald Trump’s Muslim immigration policy of limiting Muslim immigration into the U.S.
Khizr Muazzam Khan graduated in Punjab University Law College, as the New York Times confirms.
He specialized in International Trade Law in Saudi Arabia. An interest lawyer for Islamic Oil companies Khan wrote a paper, called In Defense of OPEC to defend the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), an intergovernmental oil company consisting of mainly Islamic countries.
But more than this, Mr. Khan is a promoter of Islamic Sharia Law in the US.
He was a co-founder of the Journal of Contemporary Issues in Muslim Law (Islamic Sharia). Mr. Khan’s keen interest in Islamic Sharia stems from his life in Saudi Arabia.
During the 80’s Mr. Khan wrote a paper titled Juristic Classification of Islamic [Sharia] Law. In it he elucidated on the system of Sharia law expressing his reverence for “The Sunnah, the works of Muhammad— authentic tradition of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).”
Currently he runs a law firm in New York City called KM Khan Law Office.
According to the website, the KM Khan Law Office specializes in “immigration services” to bring Muslims into the US, which presents a clash with Donald Trump’s suggested policy to limit Muslim immigration into the US, hence the attack.
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