Prior to founding Lone Star, Mr. Elibiary co-founded the Freedom and Justice Foundation (F&J) in November 2002 to promote a Centrist Public Policy environment in Texas by coordinating the state level government and interfaith community relations for the organized Texas Muslim community.
As a National Security Policy Analyst, has been advising Intelligence and Law Enforcement agencies (FBI, DHS
, etc.) on various Counter-Terrorism issues ( Domestic Intelligence, Strategic Intelligence Analysis, Information Sharing and Radicalization) since 2005.
has earned several certifications from an Islamic University
on issues related to Islamic Law and Governance, Contemporary Ideological Movements and other hot button topics related to our Post 9/11 era.
He's received several awards for various accomplishments, including being appointed an "Ambassador" by the City of Plano and the "Invisible Giants Award" from the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, Alabama.
has written numerous articles published around the country on US-Muslim World Relations, been interviewed on numerous Conservative Talk Radio programs about issues related to US-Muslim World Relations, was recently part of a "Public Voices" documentary focused on repairing the American Democratic experiment that aired on nearly 300 television channels, as well as lectured before numerous Academic and Civic audiences on Contemporary Political Islam in the 21st Century and US National Security Policy.
Mohamed is a graduate of numerous civic programs including the FBI Citizens' Academy, National Sheriffs Association Crime Watch Program, Collin County DA Citizens Academy, Leadership Plano, Plano Citizens' Academy, Plano Police Citizens' Academy and Plano Fire Citizens' Academy.
Prior to co-founding F&J, Mohamed spent seven years in the Banking and I.T. industries with a background in Management and Network Engineering.