Ahmed Bedier (pictured above) is a rising star in the Florida Muslim community (Ummah). His persona has been carefully crafted but there are two faces of Ahmed Bedier: Muslim rights activist and Islamic anarchist. Please bear with me as I describe Mr. Bedier, his Muslim Brotherhood friends and the Tampa, FL based organization he founded – United Voices for America (UVA). UVA is hosting its fourth annual Muslim Capitol Day in Tallahassee, FL from February 28 to March 1, 2012.
According to Mr. Bedier’s profile on Wikipedia, he is described as a community organizer, involved in civil liberties and stands for equal rights. But Ahmed’s profile also shows his clear ties to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) a group shunned by the FBI for its ties to Hamas and terrorism. Ahmed founded the CAIR chapter in Tampa, FL. Before founding the Tampa chapter he was the Communications Director for the Florida chapter of CAIR.
So which is he – community organizer or a card carrying member of the Muslim Brotherhood?
My answer is both. Why? Because the two faces of Ahmed Bedier are two sides of the same coin – Shariah Islam in America.