The Muslim Brotherhood is quite active in the U.S. and undeterred by the new administration.
Details from arabi21.com:
The organization held several direct meetings between the organization’s delegation from various US states and members of the US Congress and a comprehensive file of human rights violations in Egypt since the military coup of July 2013 to March 2017.
The organization’s delegation included Hani al-Qadi (head of the organization), Aabar Mustafa (deputy head of the organization), Mahmoud al-Sharqawi (the organization’s spokesman), Ayat Orabi (member of the Revolutionary Council), Fuad Rashid (activist from New Jersey) (New Jersey), Ahmad Ali (New Jersey activist), Yahya Al-Montaser (New York State activist), Linda Zoghbi (New Jersey member), Omar Awad (New Jersey member) ).
“The members of the US Congress thanked the Egyptian delegation for presenting this important file for its study and research, and the determination to stop the violations in Egypt.”
More on one of the Muslim Brothers via:
One response to the recent tweet above doesn’t bode well for New Jersey or America:
The same Muslim Brother hosted a Muslim Brotherhood delegation that visited the Obama administration in 2016, via: Muslim Brotherhood Apologists Arrive In U.S. For Anti-Sisi Rallies :: The Investigative Project on Terrorism
Three Muslim Brotherhood supporters who caused a row in Egypt last year after they met with Obama administration officials and members of Congress returned to the U.S. Wednesday, according to the Facebook page of Egyptian Americans for Freedom and Justice (EAFJ).
EAFJ leaders Mahmoud El-Sharkawy, Hani Elkadi and Aber Mostafa greeted Heshmat, Sharaby and Azzam at New York’s JFK airport and posed for a picture with them displaying the Brotherhood’s four-fingered Rabaa salute which has become representative among those wanting the Brotherhood’s return to power in Egypt.
Elkadi seemed to self-identify as a Brotherhood member in a March 9 Facebook post showing an cartoon of a man holding a sign with the Brotherhood logo and the words which translate to, “I am [Muslim] Brotherhood and I’m not threatened.”