From Suleiman to Suhail Khan, Islam’s Key Tools Are Espionage Intel Gathering
Sharia obliges Muslims to lie to non-Muslims if the goal is obligatory. Some even publicly lie about their lack of understanding or knowledge of Islam, reject all support for Muslim Brotherhood entities, and profess patriotic ideals.
Prominent Muslims who have done this over the years include: Abdurahman Alamoudi - the most prominent Islamic leader in America in the 1990's who was an advisor to President Clinton and a financier for Al Qaeda, now in prison; Anwar al Awlaqi - darling of the U.S. media who conducted briefs at the Pentagon, U.S. Congress and elsewhere, who turned out to be the leader of Al Qaeda in Yemen and the most prolific recruiter for Al Qaeda; and the list goes on.
When Muslims hold positions of influence at the local, state, and national levels, it is reasonable to ask the difficult questions about their fidelity to the Oaths of Office they profess.