The Muslim Brotherhood and similar Muslim Islamic 101 groups are thoroughly embedded in US (and in Finnish) society and throughout the West.
ANTI-TRUMP ACTIVIST, FORMER LEADER OF ISLAMIST GROUP WORKING AT THE VA
Ex-Emerge National Director Tamim Chowdhury attempts to hide his radical Muslim past (and present).
In September 2014, Tamim Chowdhury moved to Miami, Florida to become the first National Executive Director of Emerge USA, a radical Muslim political advocacy group that works to gain a foothold within local and federal positions of power. Prior to that, Chowdhury had spent the past three-plus years working out of the national policy office of the US General Services Administration (GSA). Now, he’s back in DC, working at the VA and serving under a President that he has previously spoken out against and demeaned.
LinkedIn is a social networking service which allows people to view others’ professional CVs. Tamim Chowdhury’s LinkedIn page is very detailed. It features all of his activities within the US government. However, there is a gap in the work history on his LinkedIn page from October 2014 through July 2016. It is understandable why. It was the time that Chowdhury spent as the National Executive Director of Emerge USA, a Muslim organization that, despite its innocuous name, sponsors political forums at radical mosques. These mosques include:
1. Tampa’s al-Qassam, which was founded by Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami al-Arian; 2. Pembroke Pines’ Darul Uloom, which has served a number of al-Qaeda recruits and which is headed by anti-gay imam Shafayat Mohamed; and 3. the Islamic Center of Boca Raton, which was co-founded by Hamas web designer Syed Khawer Ahmad and al-Arian associate Bassem Alhalabi, whose founding imam Ibrahim Dremali was placed on the federal ‘no fly’ list, and which built its current mosque using seed money from the al-Qaeda charity Global Relief Foundation.
The founder and Co-Chairman of Emerge is Khurrum Wahid, a South Florida attorney who has built his name on representing high profile terrorists, including operatives from al-Qaeda. One of his clients, Miami imam Hafiz Khan, shipped $50 thousand to the Pakistani Taliban specifically to murder American troops overseas. Previously, Wahid served as a legal advisor for the national office of the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). According to the Miami New Times, Wahid himself was placed on a federal terrorist watch list in 2011.