Sunday, June 28, 2009

Yemen terrorists to link with Somalia Al-Shabaab terrorists via The Bridge of the Horns built by Noor City Develop Calif. USA funded by bin-Laden.

Yemen terrorists to link with Somalia Al-Shabaab terrorists via The Bridge of the Horns built by Noor City Development and Tariq Ayyad in California and funded by Tarek bin-Laden of International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO). CLICK IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE.

Abu Mansour al-Amriki who is Omar Hammami of Daphne AL, is the rare Caucasian face in al Qaeda's online Internet propaganda videos beckoning fighters to come to Somalia from the USA, the UK, Yemen and elsewhere. No one knows his real American name. In jihadi circles, he is simply known as "The American." What is known is that he is one of the Al-Shabaab leaders calling for new recruits many of them American boys of Somali descent from Boston, Seattle, San Diego, Columbus OH, Minneapolis and Atlanta GA, "
We see a lot more Internet recruiting being targeted to Somalia youth in the USA and elsewhere."

The Al-Shabaab website had been hosted in Vancouver WA and played to the large Somali youth audience in the USA. See the Vancouver WA Columbian Newspaper's article on the Al-Shabaab website by clicking on "In Out View-Interent Censor", the Columbian Newspaper's attack piece on private investigator Bill Warner that was run on May 7th, 2008, criticizing his efforts to shut down the Al-Shabaab terrorist website . Al-Shabaab in Somalia is also recruiting terrorists from Yemen, currently battle hardened jihadists are entering Somalia via boats from the coast of Yemen, but that is all set to change.

Tarek Bin Laden granted the sole design and management contract of the 'The Bridge of the Horns" (Al Qaeda Superhighway) from Yemen to Djibouti near the tip of Somalia to Tariq Ayyad and his company
Noor City Development Corp.(NCDC), Napa, Calif USA Phone: 415-284-9662.

Tarek Bin Laden was general supervisor of the
International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO). At the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States, Steven Emerson, identified IIRO as a major radical Islamic institution, in part, "responsible for fueling Islamic militancy around the world", and, Rohan Gunaratna, Institute for Defense and Strategic Studies, Singapore, stated, "... Mohammad Jamal Khalifa is the brother-in-law of Osama bin Laden. He arrived in the Philippines in 1988 and he became the first director, the founding director, of the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO) of Saudi Arabia. He used the IIRO to funnel al Qaeda funds to the Abu Sayyaf group and the Moral Islamic Liberation Front."

The U.S. Treasury Department has designated the IIRO’s branches in the Philippines and Indonesia as terrorist entities for funding and supporting terrorist groups that have killed hundreds in East Asia. The Philippine branch was founded by Usama bin Laden’s brother-in-law, Muhammad Jamal Khalifah, and has long had ties to Al Qaeda. The U.N. itself says that both the Indonesian and Philippine branches of IIRO are tied to Al Qaeda and the Taliban, and has singled them out for an asset freeze, arms embargo and travel ban on members of the groups.

The Bridge of the Horns, Al Qaeda Superhighway;
July 2008, The Middle East Group for Saudi Development owned by a Saudi businessman from the bin Laden family has officially begun the construction of a new hanging bridge joining the African continent to the Arabian peninsula across the Red Sea. There will also be two industrial and tourism-based new cities built on both sides of the bridge, which will cost around US $20 billion to $30 billion.

Middle East Development LLC on April 25 issued a notice-to-proceed to Noor City Development Corp., Napa, Calif (NCDC) Phone: 415-284-9662, run by Tariq E. Ayyad.

It authorizes Noor City, as sole agent, "to proceed with the planning, development, construction and management of the bridge between Yemen and Djibout. Tariq E. Ayyad also runs SHARECHIVE LLC in San Francisco, CA, the two companies use the same phone number.

39 Stillman Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Fax: 415/546-1834
Contact: Mr. Tariq Ayyad
Expiration Date: 12/31/2004

Noor City Development Corp Construction Company in California (NCDC) opened the project up to a board of international experts to submit ideas on the design, operation and management of transportation traffic. With an area of 600 km2, a new town called" Noor al Madina "(City of Light) will also be erected to the north of Djibouti, across the Strait of Bab el-Mandeb,"

The declaration came during a celebration organized by the Middle East Group for Saudi Development in Djibouti, which was attended by Djibouti's Prime Minister, Deleita Mohammed Deleita and the chairman of the Middle East Group for Saudi Development, Tariq Bin Laden.

According to Saudi Arabia's Al-Watan newspaper, Tarek Bin Laden has bought 1,500 square kilometers in Yemen and 500 square kilometers in Djibouti to coincide with the start of construction of the bridge and two industrial port cities.Dubai-based Middle East Development, in which Osama bin Laden's half brother Tarek owns a majority stake on the project to build two cities in Djibouti and Yemen and a 28.5-kilometre (18 miles) bridge, a company official said.

Apart from the introduction of a series of tourist infrastructure, industrial and economically, this city will serve including free-trade zone and a zone of activities offshore for all kinds of trade between the continents of Africa and Asian. Based in Dubai, the investment company Middle East Development Corporation, as part of this project, entrusted the work relating to the planning, construction and management of the bridge from Djibouti and Yemen to an American company based in California, Noor City Development Corp.

Bill Warner
private investigator