Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton's right-hand woman, is the daughter of the deceased Muslim Brotherhood activist Syed Zainul Abedin, and served as assistant editor until 2008 on the journal he founded, The Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Huma's mother runs the Journal and its affiliated institute to this day.
At least two of the speakers at the Democratic National Convention have close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood or affiliated groups. Sherman Jackson ,
"to the world of fervid fantasy and café millennialism." But given the stunning success of the Muslim Brotherhood in making the Hillary Clinton campaign a vehicle for its ambitions, it would be more prudent to say that, in the United States at least, the Brotherhood has come far even though it has yet far to go.