New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hasan, who is running for the U.S. Senate, has been the target of mailers sent by the political advocacy group, One Nation, that references “Radical Islamic terrorists” and shows crosshairs placed over children and the American flag.
ArabAmericanNewsHassan, who is married to Thomas Hassan, has long been subjected to unconfirmed claims that she is a convert to Islam because of her Muslim last name and her husband’s radical leanings to designated terrorist group CAIR and other Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated organizations: ISNA and NAIT.
The Massachusetts chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relation (CAIR-MA) has condemned the ads mailed to New Hampshire voters. “The mailing intentionally invokes the specter of terrorism and associates Muslims with violence against civilians in a clear attempt to sway voters using Islamophobia,” said Dr. John Robbins, executive director of CAIR-MA.
“This group is obviously exploiting both the candidate’s marriage to a Muslim and the growing anti-Islam sentiment in our nation.” Robbins called on state and national Republican Party leaders and candidates to repudiate the Islamophobic intent of the mailer. (So far, they have not responded)
GraniteGrok Hassan was elected Governor of New Hampshire in 2012 despite questions about whether she had the right sense of judgment necessary for the office stemming from her husband’s ties with radical Islamists, many of whom belong to organizations with terrorist connections.
It seems that Philips Exeter Academy, where Hassan’s husband is headmaster, likes playing host to these types of groups and individuals. The New Hampshire Herald came out with this story that included lots of references to Islamofascist groups and individuals and linkages between them all. And all of them lead back to one New Hampshire point – Philips Exeter Academywhere Maggie Hassan’s husband is headmaster.
Thomas Hassan’s method of operation of bombarding his students with radical militant Islamic speakers year after year speaks for itself. Ingrid Mattson, former president of Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), another Muslim Brotherhood front group like CAIR, was invited to speak at Phillips Exeter. ISNA and its affiliate organization, the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), admitted in court in 2008 that they have ties to Hamas. See more here: Ingrid Mattson: Barack Hussein Obama’s favorite radical Muslim woman
Does Maggie Hassan share these odious sentiments, which her husband force feeds his young charges?
FrontPageUntil 2010, Mattson she was head of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), a leading national organization which, at the 2007 trial in Dallas of a now-defunct Islamic charity, the Holy Land Foundation, was named an unindicted co-conspirator on charges of aiding Hamas. The trial proved to be an explosive event, uncovering a great deal of vital information about the unsavory connections of supposedly innocuous Muslim organizations in the United States.
Yet it was almost entirely ignored – and, when not ignored, whitewashed – by the mainstream American media. Mattson “has been disturbingly equivocal about Wahhabism, the repressive and backward strain of Sunni Islam that is the state creed in Saudi Arabia,” describing it as “a reform movement” and comparing it – incredibly – to “the European protestant reformation.”