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COMMENT: For some time, we’ve covered Sami al-Arian, one of George W. Bush’s Muslim Brotherhood political associates  . The Operation Green Quest  investigation into the financing of terrorist groups  (including al-Qaeda, Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad) stemmed from an investigation into Sami al-Arian (“Sammy the Aryan,” as we call him.)
The investigation led to the Bank al-Taqwa , Youssef Nada , the milieu of Achmed Huber  and, in turn, to the Islamic Free Market Institute  of Grover Norquist  and Karl Rove . The Islamic Free Market Institute, basically, is a Muslim Brotherhood element within the GOP .
EXCERPT: The Investigative Project has published a report titled “Al-Arian Resurfaces in New American Brotherhood Campaign” which looks at the appearance of convicted Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami Al-Arian at a northern Virginia event tied to the US Muslim Brotherhood. The report begins: ”
A new group advocating for the restoration of Muslim Brotherhood power in Egypt held a briefing on Capitol Hill Thursday. It is part of a series of events calling for ‘restoring democracy to Egypt.’
But like similar efforts before it, the push by the newly-established Egypt Freedom Foundation involves people with ties to Muslim Brotherhood organizations in the United States. And, the Investigative Project on Terrorism has learned that the event also attracted Sami Al-Arian to the Cannon Office Building on Capitol Hill. Al-Arian is a convicted terrorist-supporting felon who is still under a separate indictment for criminal contempt. Both cases involve his work with the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, a terrorist group for which Al-Arian served as a board member.”
He did not speak during Thursday’s briefing, or at a follow-up event at a northern Virginia community college Friday night. But his presence, and his connections to the organizers, indicate that he may be more than a spectator.
Sami Al-Arian arrives for an Egypt Freedom Foundation program in Annandale, Va., Friday night. He attended a similar Capitol Hill briefing Thursday.
The two events featured speakers critical of the Egyptian military for removing President Mohamed Morsi from office July 3, after days of massive street protests that reached historic proportions against his year-old rule. Morsi was the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate in Egypt’s 2012 elections. . . .