Muslim Wife of Jewish Former US Rep Files for Divorce Over Sexting Scandal

Have you ever heard the term ‘Muruna’? It’s used in Islamic circles when a Muslim is asked to go against their faith to gain access to information. Huma Abedin’s mother in a well-known Islamic university professor and ranking official in the Muslim Sisterhood (female counterpart to terrorist group Muslim Brotherhood). I believe Abedin is a Muruna who was told to marry a Jew, a US politician for the sake of gaining valuable information. Why else would a devout Muslim from a prominent family still be in good standing with her family and the Islamic community after marrying a Jew? That also makes me question her motives and actions while serving as one of the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s top aide and confidant. It also makes me question Clinton’s judgment.

Huma Abedin reportedly filed for divorce from Anthony Weiner Friday, hours after the disgraced former congressman pleaded guilty to sexting a minor.

Abedin, a long-time aide to Hillary Clinton, first separated from Weiner in August 2016, after learning of allegations that her husband had sent explicit photos to a then 15-year-old girl. 

Earlier Friday, a tearful Weiner pleaded guilty to sexting a minor, apologizing in court to the teenaged victim and blaming his own “destructive impulses” for the prison time that now awaits him…

Now that Weiner has resigned from the House and plead guilty to sexting charges with a minor (a 15-year-old girl), Weiner is no further use to Abedin or her Muslim family. As soon as he entered his guilty plea this week, Abedin filed for divorce. I’m surprised she didn’t do that when the scandal hit and Weiner was forced to resign from the House.

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