Muslim Brotherhood official arrested in Cairo previous worked for Clinton Foundation

World News Politics:
A senior Muslim Brotherhood official was reportedly arrested in Cairo on Tuesday and charged with inciting violence, according to The Washington Times.

Gehad el-Haddad, a top communications official for the Muslim Brotherhood, was seized by Egyptian security forces over his loyalty to former President Mohamed Morsi.

However, it’s his previous job that has Americans concerned. Prior to his stint as a senior Brotherhood official and adviser to Morsi, el-Haddad reportedly served for five years as a top official at the Clinton Foundation, a nonprofit group founded by former President Bill Clinton.

El-Haddad was the face of the Muslim Brotherhood and became well-known for supporting the organization’s crackdown on civil liberties in Egypt as part of their Islamist agenda.

He achieved this role soon after he left his position with the Clinton Foundation, but much of his official work with the Brotherhood took place while he was still claiming to be employed by the Clinton’s, according to the Times.
This may explain why Clinton and Obama backed the Muslim Brotherhood against more friendly Egyptian governments to the US interests in the region.  It suggestion that the interests of the Clinton Foundation were in conflict with US interests.


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