Mohamed Elibiary

Texas Muslim Republican Homeland Security guy

Mohamed Elibiary is a guy who decided after 9/11 to simultaneously work against threats targeting both the American homeland and American Muslim communities. He achieved multiple state-level firsts for the Texas Muslim community, from founding bi-annual Muslim legislative day to passing Texas's Halal law. Mohamed served in multiple security advisory roles at local, state, federal and international governmental levels. Mohamed is the 2011 recipient of "FBI's highest public service award" for CT/CVE work and was the youngest American ever appointed, up to that point in 2010, to serve on Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) at DHS. Mohamed served as a terrorism and radicalization expert in US Court cases, guest lectured at NPS-CHDS, and testified before the United States Congress on CT policy. Mohamed is lifelong Republican who has served under both democratic and republican administrations. Today Mohamed helps direct a risk management firm advising clients in North America and Europe.

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