Wednesday, August 29, 2007

The Holy Land Foundation Case; What you are not hearing in

Did you hear this?

Aug 10, 2007: Yesterday ended the second full week of trial
testimony in the case against The Holy Land Foundation for Relief
& Development, once the largest Muslim charity in the United
After a lengthy investigation by U.S. federal
authorities that resulted in the organization's assets being
frozen in 2001, and the filing of a 42-count criminal indictment
in 2004, prosecutors have been methodically presenting their case
against the organization and seven named defendants in a downtown
Dallas, Texas courtroom.

Trial Watch, a special broadcast of The Homeland Security Report
hosted by Doug Hagmann, brings you important information about
the trial that is not being covered by the mainstream media.
Listen to Doug Hagmann - an investigator with over 20 years of
experience in civil and criminal cases - as he recaps the case
against the Muslim charity as presented by the prosecution,
carefully sorts through the mountain of evidence presented by the
prosecution linking the charity and the defendants to the Islamic
terrorist organization HAMAS. Doug Hagmann describes the
testimony of lead FBI agent Lara Burns in her presentation of
hundreds of documents that link HLF funding directly to HAMAS
terrorist operations in the Middle East . This segment of Trial
Watch identifies members of the Council on American Islamic
Relations (CAIR), including executive director Nihad Awad,
who is purported to have direct knowledge that the giant funding
apparatus known as the Holy Land Foundation was financing
terrorist operations in the Middle East.

Doug Hagmann also details the prosecution's linkage between a
named defendant in this case to a spiritual advisor to at least
two of the September 11, 2001
hijackers. Also detailed in this broadcast is the 1993 meeting
held in Philadelphia between U.S. based HAMAS members and CAIR's
executive director. The meeting was held to discuss ways to
improve funding for HAMAS, and derail the Oslo Peace Accords.


A Muslim 'Mafia'?

By INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Tuesday, August 14, 2007
4:30 PM PT

Homeland Security: Forget everything you've been told about
"moderate" Muslim groups in America. New evidence that U.S.
prosecutors have revealed at a major terror trial exposes the

Exhibit No. 003-0085 is the most chilling. Translated from Arabic
by federal investigators in the case against the Holy Land
Foundation, an alleged Hamas front, the secret document outlines
a full-blown conspiracy by the major Muslim groups in America -
all of which are considered "mainstream" by the media.

In fact, they are part of the "Ikhwan," or Muslim Brotherhood,
the parent organization of Hamas, al-Qaida and other major
Islamic terror groups. They have conspired to infiltrate American
society with the purpose of undermining it and turning it into an
Islamic state.

Check out this quote from Page 7 of the 1991 document:

"The Ikwhan must understand that all their work in America is a
kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western
civilization from within and sabotaging their miserable house by
the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah's
religion is made victorious over all religions."

Sounds like the latest screed from Osama bin Laden. But it comes
from the Muslim establishment in America.

The secret plan lists several Saudi-backed Muslim groups as
"friends" of the conspiracy.

They include the Islamic Society of North America - the umbrella
organization - and the North American Islamic Trust, which
controls most of the mosques in America and is the forerunner to
the Council on American-Islamic Relations, this country's most
visible Muslim-rights group.

All three have been cited as unindicted co-conspirators in the
case, with all three sharing membership in the Muslim
Brotherhood. Yet all have claimed, in the wake of 9/11, to be
moderate, even patriotic.

Another exhibit reveals their plan to create innocuous-sounding
"front groups" to hide their radical agenda.

Many in the media and politics have fallen for their deception
and helped bring them into the mainstream.

Now everyone knows the truth.

The Muslim establishment that publicly decries the radical fringe
- represented by Hamas and al-Qaida - may actually be a part of
it. The only difference is that they use words and money instead
of bombs to accomplish their subversive goals.

Over the past two decades they have constructed, with Saudi
money, an elaborate infrastructure of support for the bad guys -
right under our noses.

They even brag about putting "beehives" (Islamic centers) in
every major city.

These exhibits - which so far have been ignored by major media
outside the Dallas area, where the trial is under way -
completely blow the mainstream Muslim NGOs' cover as pro-American
moderates. Many, if not most, aren't.

This is their real agenda, spelled out in black and white. It
should help investigators build a RICO case to dismantle the
entire terror-support network in America.

Many have suspected it, but now we have proof that there is a
secret underworld operating inside America under the cover of
fronts with legitimate-sounding names.

It even uses charities to launder money for violent hits on
enemies. It's highly organized, with its own internal bylaws and
security to avoid monitoring from law enforcement.

Sounds like the Mafia.

But unlike the mob, this syndicate is religious in nature and
protected by political correctness.

More evidence like this should put an end to such nonsense.

Naomi Ragenspan>

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