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Care International and 9/11
« on: Jan 03, 2018, 02:34:51 pm »


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Emadeddin Z. Muntasser and Samir Al-Monla co-founded their group Care International.

Care International had been started up after the World Trade Center bombing as a successor to Al-Kifah, which operated under the aegis of Maktab al-Khidamat, founded by Osama bin Laden and Abdullah Azzam, Azzam was Bin Laden’s mentor and a co-founder of Al-Qaeda and Hamas. Al-Kifah had fed money to the Mujhadeen in Afghanistan and its operatives had been closely connected to the World Trade Center Bombing. Its assets were frozen after September 11, but those of Care International were not.

Care International published its own Jihadist magazine, which carried over from the Al-Kifah days, named, “Al-Hussam” or “The Sword.” Al-Hussam’s calls for beheading unbelievers and spilling rivers of their blood were as subtle as its name and its message encouraged Muslims to either join the terrorist campaign or donate.

Muntasser and Al-Monla had signed a written pledge of support to Afghan warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, an associate of Osama bin Laden, who claimed credit for rescuing Bin Laden from Tora Bora, had called for a Jihad against the United States and put bounties on the heads of American soldiers.

The pledge read, “We those who love you in the Boston office, write to you asking for direction and looking for explanation on what you see fit and appropriate for us in matters concerning serving Jihad for the sake of Allah. . . . We are prepared to abide by your commands and we are forever in the fold of obedience and military service.”
To promote this jihad, Boston’s Care allegedly continued its fundraising activities on behalf of al Qaeda until 2003, long after the U.S. government had changed its policy regarding jihadis in Afghanistan. Moreover, Mr. Mubayyid was customer services manager for a Boston IT company named P-Tech, whose major investor was Yasin al-Qadi, designated as a terrorist in October 2001. A Saudi businessman, Mr. Qadi also headed the Muwafaq Foundation, which according to a former legal counsel to the U.S. Treasury Department funded al Qaeda, Hamas and other terrorist organizations.

Regarding Care, the website boasted that Abdullah Azzam, an al Qaeda co-founder, had founded it, too. Further, Care published Azzam’s writings, advocating the Muslim obligation to conduct jihad against the West “today,” until “the last piece of land, which was in the hands of the Muslims…is liberated.”

It is my humble opinion that, due to Ptechs partnership with MITRE corporation, Ptech had something to do with the National Security Agency.

Richard Clarke in his testimony before the Senate on October 22, 2003, said: “Qadi was the head of Muwafaq, a Saudi relief organization that reportedly transferred at least $3 million, on behalf of Khalid bin Mahfouz, to Usama bin Laden and assisted al Qaeda fighters in Bosnia.” Moreover, according to the Treasury Department letter to Switzerland’s Attorney General in November 2001, Muwafaq fronted for, and funded Makhtab al-Khidamat, al-Qaeda, HAMAS, and the Abu-Sayyaf organization, to name just a few. Yet, Muwafaq was not designated as a terrorist organization.

A group in California seemed very similar. Its leader Mohamed Zaky was martyred in Chechnya in the mid 90s and its leadership was taken over by Kifah Jayyousi, who also produced a newsletter which supported Mujahadeen, called The Islam Report, just like CARE did.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston has countless evidentiary documents to these people, including as many as thirty separate wiretap transcripts of telephone correspondences between either Jayyousi or Adham Hassoun and corporate officers of Care International that took place over the years 1996 to 1998.

Mohamed Zaky, a/k/a "Abu Omar" (hereinafter "Zaky"), an unindicted coconspirator, was also a follower and supporter of Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman. In the early 1990'~Z~aky founded and operated within the United States, and elsewhere, at least three Islamic organizations, the Islamic Center of the Americas, Save Bosnia Now, and the American Worldwide Relief Organization.

Zaky/Jayousi's cell is linked to the PLO cell under Osama Mustafa that helped the 9/11 hijackers. Zaky would routinely travel to CARE in Boston to give talks. Jayoussi himself had once lived opposite the NSA and was connected to an active Al Qaeda cell in Florida with ties to Atta in Hamburg.

Anwar AlAulaqi also interacted with the hijackers in California, Aulaqi would regularly travel to Washington DC and eventually move there after the World Bank paid for him to study for a PHD. Aulaqi had many powerful friends in Washington such as Ali al-Timini, an Islamic extremist who had US military contracts and worked at George Washington University where he had a college who directed USAMRID and was therefore the boss of Bruce Ivins.

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