Monday, February 01, 2010

Haiti - First Scientologists, Now Jihadists

Islamist Groups Set Up Camp in Haiti
...CNN aired a glowing segment on Islamic Relief USA, but failed to mention exactly who and what Islamic Relief USA is. From DtN:

The aforementioned IRW-USA was incorporated in 1993. In addition to its California headquarters, it also maintains regional offices in Totowa, New Jersey, Washington, D.C. and Plano, Texas. The Registered Agent for its incorporation was Kazbek Soobzokov, the former attorney for terror operative Wajdi Ghunaim, who in 2006 called for violence against Jews, was deported from the United States, and was refused entry into Canada after it was discovered that he was a member of Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.

In 1999, IRW’s main office (in England) received $50,000 from a Canadian group that the U.S. Treasury Department called “a bin Laden front.” According to Moscow’s Obshchaya Gazeta, IRW has collected and funneled millions of dollars to the Chechen terrorist rebels in Russia, who also have ties to al Qaeda.

MIM: According to Michelle Malkin Islamic Relief in Burbank accepted $50,000 dollars from an alleged Bin Laden front group at it’s UK office:

Here is a quote from the book called “INVASION” How America still welcomes terrorists, criminals, and other foreign menances to our shore.” By Michelle Malkin. page 18 “Buy a high tech ticket”

Data from the United States Department of Labor reveals that four Muslim charities under federal investigation for ties to terrorism applied for high tech, or H1-B visas, on behalf of at least sixteen workers over the past years. Three of the charities-the Global Relief Foundation of Bridgeview, Illinois, the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development in Richardson, Texas, and the Benevolence International Foundation of Palos Heights, Illionois-had their assets frozen by the Treasury Department after September 11 attacks. The fourth, Islamic Relief Worldwide in Burbank, California, accepted $50,000 from an alleged bin Laden front group at its British office, according to Treasury officials.”