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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

A disturbing fact about Barack Obama’s brother has emerged, and the mainstream media is desperately trying to hide it.

President Obama’s brother, Malik Obama, runs the “Barack H. Obama Foundation,” a charity named after the boys’ father that provides aide to Kenya.

While they were busy investigating right wing tea party organization, the IRS waved through the Obama Foundation without looking at it too closely. In fact, Lois Lerner herself helped the charity gain tax exempt status in a very short time.

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Now, a suspicious connection between Malik and Sudan’s President Omar Al-Bashir has emerged. Al-Bashire heads the Islamic Da’wa Organization (IDO), which is a part of the Sudanese government. He is also a wanted man for crimes against humanity.

“In 2010, Malik Obama attended the Islamic Da’wa Organization (IDO) conference in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan,” stated Walid Shoebat, an Arabic-speaking journalist and expert in Islam. “One of the objectives of the IDO is to spread Wahhabist Islam across the African continent.”

“Bashir wasn’t just present at the conference; he supervised it,” the journalist added, according to the Conservative Tribune.

New evidence suggests the Obama Foundation doesn’t provide charity at all, and is instead a shell organization.

“There is no evidence to suggest that Malik is building any houses in Kogelo for widows and orphans as claimed,” stated a WND report. “The only evidence where monies were spent involves the Barack H. Obama Recreation and Rest Center in Kenya, which housed Malik’s 12 wives in a facility that includes a restaurant and a mosque with a madrassa.”

If these allegations are true, it means the Obama administration used tax breaks to help an organization run by his brother, who is in turn helping a gang of dangerous warlords.

Of course, the mainstream media hasn’t reported on any of it, and they likely never will.

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