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Remember folks, this is in keeping with the statist/multiculturalist’s guiding philosophy, favored groups will always be given preferential treatment at the expense of the other. KGS

Top Muslim Adviser Blocks Obama Meeting With Christian Leader

AINA: An influential Muslim adviser to the White House who has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood has succeeded in canceling a meeting between President Obama and the leader of the persecuted Maronite church in Lebanon, according to the Beirut news agency el Nashra

The Arabic-language report cited an unnamed U.S. source who said Dahlia Mogahed, “the highest adviser on Arab and Islamic Affairs in the State Department,” sought to block a White House meeting with Patriarch Beshara Rahi, according to a translation by blogger El Cid at

The report said the move heeded a request by top leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt who want the U.S. to back the Islamist Sunni movement opposing Iranian Shiite influence in the region.

Maronites number about 1 million in Lebanon and more than 10 millions worldwide. About 1.5 million are in the U.S.

Along with her role on the White House Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, Mogahed is a member of the advisory council of the Department of Homeland Security. She has testified before the Senate on engagement with the Muslim community. She is senior analyst and executive director of the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies, where she led major surveys of Muslims worldwide that routinely concluded the vast majority of Muslims are moderate.

Mogahed was a leading voice in the Leadership Group on U.S.-Muslim Engagement that issued a 153-page advisory report calling for dialogue with Hamas and engagement with opposition parties in Egypt, including the Muslim Brotherhood.

The U.S. director of national intelligence, James Clapper, drew attention in February when he characterized the Muslim Brotherhood as “largely secular.”

2 Responses

  1. Why do you call it a sect? Maronites are Lebanese Catholics… part of the Catholic Church. Anyway, this is not the point. Bechara Rahi isn’t much of a “holy man” if you know what I mean. On the other hand, he is a GREAT political speaker and does not shy away against oppression, which makes him very loved by the Maronites. I was in Lebanon this summer and he passed where I was staying… and I can say people were flocking just to see him. But again… not a great SPIRITUAL leader for christians… rather a great POLITICAL leader in such an unstable country.

    1. Thanks Malakh, I changed it to read persecuted Lebanese Catholics

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