Obama Advisor Mohamed Elibiary’s One Way Conversation

So having joined twitter, ( @Joel7Richardson ) I found Obama Advisor Mohamed Elibiary, who has repeatedly stated that a Caliphate was inevitable and that the US should support it——just like the EU. Any who disagreed with him of course, he labeled “right-wingers.” As if liberals are so in favor of a Caliphate, with its wonderful laws concerning equality, civil liberties for minorities, and woman’s rights etc. In fact, I’m not sure I know of a single homosexual who supports a Caliphate. Nor do I know any homsexuals who are “right-wingers.” Oh well, anti-conservative partisan stereotypes play well these days among radical demagogues.

Elibiary is also an open supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, as he has repeatedly stated, giving regular kudos to the R4bia movement. In case you do not know what R4bia is, according to their own website, R4bia is, among other things:

R4BIA is the birth of a new world
R4BIA is the return of Muslims to world stage
R4BIA is the place where the so-called values of the West collapsed
R4BIA is Egypt, Syria, Palestine and the whole geography of Islam
R4BIA is the name of those who wake all the Islamic world with their death
R4BIA is justice for everyone against rotten Western values
R4BIA is unification of Islamic World
R4BIA is the end of oil sheikhs
R4BIA is the end of capitalists
R4BIA is the end of Zionists
RABIA is the arena of martyrdom
R4BIA is the mother of martyrs
R4BIA is a smiling martyrdom

I kid you not, this is what Obama’s advisor regularly supports on his own personal twitter account.

In any case, I had the following brief exchange with this fox in the chicken coop. I asked a simple question, for which I was blocked from his account. This is what Christians are up against these days. One one hand, radical secularists restrict the free speech of Christians, and on the other hand, supporters of Muhammad’s example do the same thing.

10 Comments
  • Jay
    Posted at 18:23h, 18 June

    Glad your on twitter. I’m a follower! Thanks for taking a stand.

  • David Lindhjem
    Posted at 18:40h, 18 June

    Thanks fore sharing it!
    “I’m glad you only have a button and not a sword”.
    LOL, i love that one 🙂

  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 18:50h, 18 June

    It was a sharp stick that you used to prod Elibiary. Needless to say, he can cover his ears all he wants, what he doesn’t want to hear will still be communicated.

    Ergo, he does not have the final word.

  • good4u
    Posted at 19:28h, 18 June

    Ah, yes! The wild and willy world of Twitter. This radical Muslim disguised as an advisor to a thinly veiled Muslim sympathizer, what shall we look for next? How about an attempted coup d’ etat of our US Constitution?

    If you read my link from Steve Clough’s memo in the US v. Holy Land Foundation case, you wouldn’t be snickering at my last question. It is not going to get better, but only worse for Americans.

    Blessings!

  • Jeanne
    Posted at 20:16h, 18 June

    Wow. You certainly got his attention, Joel. Your response is priceless.

  • Christine
    Posted at 23:16h, 18 June

    Speechless!

  • andrea olivarez
    Posted at 00:12h, 19 June

    Joel loved your comment about the sword. The guy sonds like the “soup nazi” on Jerry Seinfield. No soup for you! He needs to go back to the Middle East with his buddies and get rid of his fancy suit.

  • RLitzen
    Posted at 01:26h, 19 June

    The most illuminating aspect of your conversation is that this is the same model of (reason for) censorship (mere disagreement) Obama has adopted. Isn’t this how Imams control their population in the Middle East?
    By the way, when I speak to Muslims I like to add the following after I mention Jesus Christ, “May His love and salvation be upon you”.

  • Peter Hartgerink
    Posted at 10:38h, 21 June

    Wow, very revealing

  • Santi
    Posted at 19:33h, 20 August

    https://twitter.com/mohamedelibiary/status/502132599838756864

    Have you seen his Twitter profile pic? Yikes!
    He is holding an Ak.

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