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  • A Couple of Familiar Names

    Posted by Mitch Townsend on May 12th, 2005 (All posts by )

    A grand jury has handed up an indictment against two former officers of Care International. This was not the same organization that used to send CARE packages; this was an Islamofascist front organization that was more likely to blow up children than to feed them. Both of them were in the process of applying for American citizenship, which would have prevented their being deported. In fact, one was scheduled to have his naturalization hearing today. Plans for rescheduling it are still uncertain.

    One of these men, Muhamed Mubayyid, was employed at Ptech, a Massachusetts software firm with contracts at the Pentagon and the FBI. One of Ptech’s backers, Saudi financier Yasin al-Qadi, is listed as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist by the US Treasury. Another backer and a director, Yaqub Mirza, was at the center of a network of interrelated Islamic charities, funds, and for-profit corporations. He and the organizations he controls are defendants in a lawsuit relating to the planning and financing of the 9/11/2001 attacks. The FBI searched his office and residence over a year ago, looking for information on the financing of al Qaeda, Hamas, and other terrorist groups, but so far, no arrests have been made. Other former Ptech employees have been linked to terrorist groups or those who finance them.

    This isn’t over. I just hope the FBI can roll these guys up before they can execute another of their hellish schemes.


    One Response to “A Couple of Familiar Names”

    1. ATM Says:

      Sounds like we could be actually vulnerable to a scenario like in this year’s season of 24.