BREAKING: Israeli Team Refused to Brief Trump Officials As Long as McMaster Appointee Mustafa Ali Was in the Room


In August the Zionist Organization of America, the oldest pro-Israel group in the country, called on President Trump to reassign H.R. McMaster.

This was after McMaster purged Trump loyalists who support Israel and are critical of Iran and radical Islamic terrorism from the National Security Council.


A top Israeli reporter claimed McMaster views Israel as an ‘illegitimate, occupying power,’ just like Iran.

on Wednesday Israeli National News reported that a recent meeting at the Trump White House with Israeli officials disintegrated into a shouting match with Trump National Security Advisor H. R. McMaster and Israeli officials.

Now there is more on the McMaster meeting.

The Israelis refused to disclose information on the Hezbollah terrorist group as long as McMaster’s associate and Obama holdover, Mustafa Javed Ali, was in the room.

McMaster reportedly brought NSC Senior Director on Counter-Terrorism Mustafa Javed Ali to the White House meeting with Israel.

Mustafa Ali is a McMaster appointee!
Mustafa Ali was CAIR’s “diversity outreach coordinator.”

The Israelis reportedly know more about Mustafa Ali than the Trump administration does.

According to my source, H. R. McMaster is a very, very bad person.

David Steinberg at PJ Media reported:

During the week of August 27, an Israeli delegation met with members of the National Security Council (NSC) at the White House to discuss the current threat to Israel by the terror group Hezbollah.

Israel believes this threat is currently dire. This meeting preceded a two-week long Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) exercise to rehearse for possible war with Hezbollah. The Jerusalem Post described this exercise, which commenced on September 4 and is ongoing, as the IDF’s largest in 20 years.

Hezbollah has been a U.S.-designated Foreign Terrorist Organization since 1997. However, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster reportedly brought NSC Senior Director on Counter-Terrorism Mustafa Javed Ali to the White House meeting with Israel. Ali, a McMaster appointee, is described by a senior administration source as being “opposed to Hezbollah’s designation as a terrorist organization.”

What then transpired at the meeting has been confirmed to PJ Media by several administration sources, by members of non-governmental organizations involved in national security, and by a source within the Israeli government.

The Israeli delegation demanded that Mustafa Javed Ali leave the room.

This demand was made despite the clear likelihood that Ali would later be privy to the meeting’s materials and discussion. As such, sources speculated that Israel intended the demand to serve as a message to President Trump that McMaster’s behavior has constituted a subversion of Trump’s stated Middle East policy.

And there’s more…

Friction between General McMaster and the Israeli delegation did not end with Israel’s demand that Ali leave the room.

Sources reported that McMaster went on to explicitly dismiss the Israelis’ specific concerns about Hezbollah.

In particular, the Israelis expressed concern that the “safe zone” currently being established within Syria — an idea that had been vociferously supported by Hezbollah’s sponsor, Iran — would immediately become a safe zone for Hezbollah to operate.

McMaster was said to “blow off” this major Israeli concern, and to be “yelling at the Israelis” during the meeting.


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