Dr. Louay Safi
Al Assad is a Shiite and Al Qaeda are Sunnis. The Syrian rebel forces include large numbers of Sunnis who are al Qaeda or the Muslim Brotherhood, the evil twins. Two Sunnis leading the Syrian National Council (SNC), the widely recognized government-in-exile, were also advisors to the Obama administration.
Both Louay Safi and Najib Ghadbian are founders of the SNC and are both advisors to the Obama administration.
Dr. Louay Safi was born and educated in Damascus Syria. He came to the US in the 1980’s. He was an associate Professor at the International Islamic University Malaysia, which is closely aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood. He was an advisor for a journal – United Association for Studies and Research – which has close ties to Hamas. He was a Research Director for the International Institute of Islamic Thought, part of the US Muslim Brotherhood. He was a founding member of the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, also part of the Brotherhood and which has close ties to the US State Department. He was the Executive Director of the Islamic Society of North America, an important part of the Brotherhood. He later became the Communications Director.
Dr. Safi was an unindicted co-conspirator in the indictment of Palestinian jihadist, Sami Al-Arian.
Interestingly, he was training US troops in Fort Hood who were about to deploy to Iraq and Afghanistan and was in that role when Nidal Hassan murdered 13 and injured 30 in a jihad.
Safi is or was also one of only two agents who endorse military chaplains for the Pentagon.
He now is a leading member of the Syrian National Council (SNC), a Syrian rebel group led by the Muslim Brotherhood.
The SNC has been putting liberals up front to cover for the fact that they are the Brotherhood, according to Breitbart.
Safi was a top Pentagon advisor and a trainer and is now a leader of the SNC, one of the most vicious Brotherhood factions in the world.
Then there is Najib Ghadbian who was a board member of the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID) and is also the special representative to the United States for the National Coalition for Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces.
Ghadbian is a Syrian pro-democracy activist and academic. He is associate professor of Political Science and Middle East Studies at the University of Arkansas and a signatory to the Damascus Declaration (2005) and was a founding member of the Syrian National Council, according to the Hill.
Ghadabian has advocated for arming the rebels.