Browsing All posts tagged under »Jomana Qaddour«

U.S. Muslim Brotherhood leader Dr. Jihad Qaddour’s daughter on CNN – May 2021

June 1, 2021

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Jomana Qaddour and Mohamed Soltan are political weapons of the Muslim Brotherhood raised in Kansas/Missouri and they are VERY impressive. In April the MAATGroup in Egypt released a video that claimed Mohamed Soltan was the “Muslim Brotherhood Trojan horse in America”. Mohamed Soltan’s childhood friend Jomana Qaddour is also a tool for the Muslim American […]

VIDEO: Jomana Qaddour – Muslim American Society at Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission 9-12-2019

September 29, 2019

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Her name is Jomana Jihad Qaddour, from Kansas. Her father is Dr. Jihad Qaddour, and they are with both MAS Muslim American Society and SRD Syria Relief and Development. MAS National once had an office in Overland Park, KS where Syria Relief and Development is also based. Basically the opinion here at the CF Blog is MAS […]

Kansas Muslim Brotherhood Leader Mohamad Albadawi on TSA Watchlist

August 14, 2018

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What you should know about the CAIR Press Conference Re: TSA Quiet Skies Program

Muslim Brotherhood Working Inside US Commission on International Religious Freedom

February 25, 2018

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This post was updated November 16, 2020 with the related tweet below. cc: Kansas Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins  Congressman Steve Watkins Congressman Jake LaTurner Overland Park, Kansas, the hub of the Muslim Brotherhood in the midwest. Her name is Jomana J. Qaddour,  her middle name is Jihad. Her father is Dr. Jihad Qaddour, a known HAMAS supporter […]

Syrian Fundraising, terror ties and the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood – Kansas Connection

May 27, 2015

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Syrian Fundraising, terror ties and the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood Causing Fitna mostly focuses on the Kansas jihad, and the story below involves Kansas and Jihad…… 🙂 reposted from Cultural Jihad Some of the same individuals behind past terror tied funding operations are directing current charity efforts.  In Questionable Charity Groups Cloud Syrian Benefit we reported on Syrian […]