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Mr. Mohamed Elibiary

Adviser

DHS

HQ Phone: (202) 646-7392

DHS

500 C St. S.W. Room 404B

District Of Columbia, District of Columbia 20472

United States

Company Description

The creation of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is the most significant transformation of the U.S. government since 1947, when Harry S. Truman merged the various branches of the U.S. Armed Forces into the Department of Defense to better coordina... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Member On the Administration's Homeland Security Advisory Council
President Obama

Board Member
Texas Impact

Member, Homeland Security Advisory Council
North Texas Islamic Council

Member, Homeland Security Advisory Council
Department

Advisory Board Member
The Charity and Security Network

Member
Secretary's Homeland Security Advisory Committee

Overwhelming Evidence DHS Advisor
Department of Justice

Member
Muslim Brotherhood

Board Member
FBI Honors Texas Impact

Member
INSA

Lifetime Member
International Association of Business Communicators

Advisory Board
Texas Department of Public Safety

DHS Advisor
Barack Obama

Founder
Texas Freedom Network

Board Member
Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy

Founder
The Freedom and Justice Foundation

Board Member
CAIR-Dallas

Member
Homeland Security Department

Founder
Lone Star Intelligence LLC

Founder
F&J

Senior Fellow
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Fellow
University of Southern California

Executive Committee Member
Collin County Republican Party

Education



FBI Citizens' Academy



National Sheriffs Association



Plano Citizens' Academy



Plano Fire Citizens' Academy



Plano Police Citizens' Academy

Web References (194 Total References)


Mohamed Elibiary was until last ...

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Mohamed Elibiary was until last week a senior member of DHS' [...]


Mohamed Elibiary, a ...

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Mohamed Elibiary, a controversial figure and member of DHS's Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC), discussed what he described as the "inevitable" return of a Muslim caliphate Friday on Twitter.

"As I've said b4 inevitable that 'Caliphate' returns," Elibiary tweeted in response to a question about the terror group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (also known as ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham), which is currently seeking to overthrow the Iraqi government and instate strict Sharia law in the country.
"Choice only whether we support [European Union] like Muslim Union vision or not," wrote Elibiary, who has "advised numerous federal, state and local law enforcement organizations on homeland security-related matter," according to his biography on DHS's website.
Elibiary has come under heavy criticism in the past for claiming that America is "an Islamic country with an Islamically compliant constitution. Critics have said that such rhetoric makes him unfit to serve as an adviser for DHS, which is tasked with defending the U.S. border from terrorism.
Elibiary, in his more recent comments, went on to claims that conservatives "misread" the 9/11 terror attacks and "should reassess" their "belligerence."
The discussion began with Elibiary mocking CNN for reporting on ISIL's implementation of strict Islamic guidelines in the Iraqi territories it has seized.
"CNN just broadcast list of ISIL hudod [restrictions] rules," Elibiary tweeted. "Reminds me of how we were outraged pre 9/11 by Taliban banning white socks 4 women."
The remark prompted Twitter user David Reaboi, a former official with the national security group Center for Security Policy (CSP), to ask Elibiary if ISIL's actions should prompt outrage in the United States.
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That led Elibiary to claim that it is "inevitable" that a caliphate return.
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Elibiary responded that the United States is moving to engage with radical Islamic groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood and others.
"As I've stated b4. Y'all in the [national security] ubber hawks camp misread 9/11 & should reassess ur belligerence," wrote Elibiary, who claims that his tweets reflect on his personal opinion.
Elibiary has a history of making controversial remarks on Twitter.
In November of last year he faced a fierce backlash from critics for saying that he considers America to be "an Islamic country."
Elibiary also stated at the time that "sociologically speaking" the Christian right is "similar" to the Muslim Brotherhood, a group that he has described as "pragmatic" and "non-violent."
Elibiary also has argued in the past that the Muslim Brotherhood poses no threat to the United States and once referred to former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi as "Egypt's Mandela," a reference to the recently deceased South African leader.
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Elibiary's controversial rhetoric and support for the Muslim Brotherhood has drawn criticism on Capitol Hill from lawmakers such as Reps.
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Elibiary also has experienced financial difficulties with his non-profit group, the Freedom and Justice Foundation, which had its non-profit status revoked by the IRS due to the organization's refusal to file transparency forms revealing the sources of its funding.
Elibiary did not respond to an email request for comment and explanation of his tweets.


Mohamed Elibiary, a ...

acrookedpath.com [cached]

Mohamed Elibiary, a controversial figure and member of DHS's Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC), discussed what he described as the "inevitable" return of a Muslim caliphate Friday on Twitter.

"As I've said b4 inevitable that 'Caliphate' returns," Elibiary tweeted in response to a question about the terror group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (also known as ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham), which is currently seeking to overthrow the Iraqi government and instate strict Sharia law in the country.
"Choice only whether we support [European Union] like Muslim Union vision or not," wrote Elibiary, who has "advised numerous federal, state and local law enforcement organizations on homeland security-related matter," according to his biography on DHS's website.
Elibiary has come under heavy criticism in the past for claiming that America is "an Islamic country with an Islamically compliant constitution. Critics have said that such rhetoric makes him unfit to serve as an adviser for DHS, which is tasked with defending the U.S. border from terrorism.
Elibiary, in his more recent comments, went on to claims that conservatives "misread" the 9/11 terror attacks and "should reassess" their "belligerence."
The discussion began with Elibiary mocking CNN for reporting on ISIL's implementation of strict Islamic guidelines in the Iraqi territories it has seized.
"CNN just broadcast list of ISIL hudod [restrictions] rules," Elibiary tweeted. "Reminds me of how we were outraged pre 9/11 by Taliban banning white socks 4 women."
The remark prompted Twitter user David Reaboi, a former official with the national security group Center for Security Policy (CSP), to ask Elibiary if ISIL's actions should prompt outrage in the United States.
...
That led Elibiary to claim that it is "inevitable" that a caliphate return.
...
Elibiary responded that the United States is moving to engage with radical Islamic groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood and others.
"As I've stated b4. Y'all in the [national security] ubber hawks camp misread 9/11 & should reassess ur belligerence," wrote Elibiary, who claims that his tweets reflect on his personal opinion.
Elibiary has a history of making controversial remarks on Twitter.
In November of last year he faced a fierce backlash from critics for saying that he considers America to be "an Islamic country."
Elibiary also stated at the time that "sociologically speaking" the Christian right is "similar" to the Muslim Brotherhood, a group that he has described as "pragmatic" and "non-violent."
Elibiary also has argued in the past that the Muslim Brotherhood poses no threat to the United States and once referred to former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi as "Egypt's Mandela," a reference to the recently deceased South African leader.
...
Elibiary's controversial rhetoric and support for the Muslim Brotherhood has drawn criticism on Capitol Hill from lawmakers such as Reps.
...
Elibiary also has experienced financial difficulties with his non-profit group, the Freedom and Justice Foundation, which had its non-profit status revoked by the IRS due to the organization's refusal to file transparency forms revealing the sources of its funding.
Elibiary did not respond to an email request for comment and explanation of his tweets.


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The White House's "Countering Violent Extremism" program "did not produce the results a lot of us were hopeful … [and] kind of collapsed towards the end of last year," complained Mohamed Elibiary, a Texas-based advocate who was appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council.

"I don't know where it is today … [but] it presents us with the opportunity to look at the question of [whether] it is right to house it within the FBI," he said at an May 28 event in D.C. staged by the Muslim Public Affairs Council.
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But, said Elibiary, "we spun our wheels for the last two years [and] we never got the national CVE policy across all 56 [FBI field] offices."
Instead, said panelists, the FBI has continued its traditional policy of investigating jihadis for subsequent trial and convictions.
In contrast, the Department of Homeland Security, Elibiary said, has done much good by trying to work with Islamic groups.
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Global Muslim Brotherhood Watch is reporting that the Daily Caller has reported on comments by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) advisor Mohamed Elibiary about the US "Countering Violent Extremism" program. According to the report, Mr. Elibiary advocated a reduced role for the FBI and its prosecution efforts while praising DHS for working with Islamic groups:
The White House’s ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ program ‘did not produce the results a lot of us were hopeful … [and] kind of collapsed towards the end of last year,’ complained Mohamed Elibiary, a Texas-based advocate who was appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council.
‘I don’t know where it is today … [but] it presents us with the opportunity to look at the question of [whether] it is right to house it within the FBI,’ he said at an May 28 event in D.C. staged by the Muslim Public Affairs Council.
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But, said Elibiary, ‘we spun our wheels for the last two years [and] we never got the national CVE policy across all 56 [FBI field] offices.’
Instead, said panelists, the FBI has continued its traditional policy of investigating jihadis for subsequent trial and convictions.
In contrast, the Department of Homeland Security, Elibiary said, has done much good by trying to work with Islamic groups.
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Mohamed Elibiary was one of four individuals identified by the Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch tied to the US Muslim Brotherhood and who served as part of the DHS �Countering Violent Extremism Working Group.� Mr. Elibiary is a co-founder of the Freedom and Justice Foundation (FJF), an organization whose Advisory Council is comprised of many members associated with the Islamic Association of North Texas which operates the Dallas Central Mosque (DCM).
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In 2008, Mr. Elibiary harshly criticized the Hamas terrorism financing convictions of the Holy Land Foundation defendants calling them “a policy of denying our civil liberties�:
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Also probed is Mohamed Elibiary, a member of the Department of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council.
Elibiary, president and CEO of the Freedom and Justice Foundation of Carrollton, Texas, fervently endorses the teachings of Egyptian writer Sayyid Qutb, who is widely considered the father of the modern Islamic terrorist revolution, according to “Impeachable Offenses.�
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John Rossomando is reporting that major Coptic leaders are condemning Mohamed Elibiary, an Obama administration Homeland Security adviser, for suggesting that Copts who raise awareness of anti-Christian violence in Egypt promote "Islamophobic" bigotry.
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Elibiary sent out a series of tweets that Coptic leaders found offensive last month. The tweets appeared to chastise the Coptic community for lobbying on behalf of their relatives in Egypt. He targeted them because they had aligned themselves with conservative groups that he called "Islamophobic."
"VERY disturbing if true: bit.ly/18xotzi US DHS adviser accuses #Coptic#Christians of inciting Muslims! #Speechless! Pls comment! Bishop Angaelos, Coptic Pope Tawadros II's personal representative in the United Kingdom wrote in a Sept. 28 Twitter post.
Elibiary personally attacked Michael Meunier, president of Egypt's al-Haya Party, two days earlier after Meunier spoke with The Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT) about Elibiary's earlier offensive tweets against the Copts. Elibiary personally attacked Michael Meunier, president of Egypt's al-Haya Party, two days earlier after Meunier spoke with The Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT) about Elibiary's earlier offensive tweets against the Copts.
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"Sad2c #Coptic@MichaelMeunier aid #Islamophobes anti US Muslim community agenda ....," Elibiary wrote.
Meunier denounced Elibiary's personal attack, saying the issue had nothing to do with Islamophobia â€" but that Elibiary threw out a straw man to protect the totalitarian Muslim Brotherhood.
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Elibiary initially defended sporting the R4BIA on his Twitter profile, saying "#R4BIA=#Freedom4ALL. But he relented to pressure Friday and removed it. "While I did remove #R4BIA twibbon as I updated my profile, my view & support of its human rights & pro democracy values continue. #AntiCoup," Elibiary wrote.
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In a Twitter exchange with the IPT, Elibiary said that he has a nuanced view of the Muslim Brotherhood.
But does his "nuance" include a private endorsement of the #R4BIA movement's stated goals? Elibiary is not talking despite several invitations by the IPT on Twitter to sit down in person and talk about his views on R4BIA and other issues despite his challenge for dialog.
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Yet Elibiary repeatedly defends Qutb on Twitter and elsewhere.
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But Elibiary takes a page straight out of the Muslim Brotherhood playbook, blaming "Israelis" for the torrent of criticism he has faced for his accusations against Christians and for his support of the Muslim Brotherhood.
He went on offense on Twitter against the dozens of complaints about the yellow #R4BIA salute on his profile and accused them of "#R4BIAobia. Moreover, pictures of Hamas terrorists flashing the R4BIA salute have emerged on the Internet â€" reinforcing the ties between the terrorists and their Egyptian parent group.
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Say hello again to two of the most over-promoted and sinister figures involved with the current U.S. government: Mohamed Elibiary and Dalia Mogahed.
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And say hello again to two of the most appallingly over-promoted and sinister figures involved with the current U.S. government: Mohamed Elibiary and Dalia Mogahed.
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Thankfully there are a number of people who can still rouse themselves to point out how outrageous Western governments’ hiring policies are these days â€" as when Mohamed Elibiary was promoted to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council. Yet despite these heroic individuals pointing out Elibiary’s track record of support for Islamists worldwide, the appointment held â€" and so it was that the U.S. government welcomed another fox into its chicken coop.
Now an American official can not only fail to stand by America’s friends â€" he can actually blame them for the persecution they are suffering.
Over recent days, one of the effects of this has already been felt: in September, when violence against Egypt’s Copts had reached another peak, the new Department of Homeland Security Homeland Security Advisor, Elibiary, used his twitter account to blame American Coptic activists for the murder of their co-religionists by Muslim Brotherhood extremists of the type Elibiary has a track record of supporting.
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Unfortunately, thanks to our enthusiastic, politically-correct attitudes and radical Islamist ideologies, Elibiary is not alone in the U.S. administration.

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