Monday, August 02, 2010

Al-Muhajiroun, Islamic Thinkers Society and the International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT) all Have One Goal For the World an Islamic State with Sharia Law.

Islam4UK is a web-based organisation,  that describes itself as "a platform" for the extremist group Al Muhajiroun, which has been banned in Britain.  The website is down today but has had an up and down life for the past year.

Al-Muhajiroun is directly linked or co-named as The Savior Sect, the Islamic Thinkers Society, and the Salafi Youth Movement.  Al-Muhajiroun was the sister organization of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (ITTT). Controlled by the extremist, Saudi-based Wahhabi movement, IIIT maintains that reports about mosques distributing hate-filled literature are untrue, and claims that the concept of jihad in no way condones or connotes violence.

IIIT has numerous documented links to terrorism. According to court documents, in the early 1990s the organization donated at least $50,000 to a think tank run by Sami al-Arian, the World Islam Study Enterprise, which served as a front group for Palestinian Islamic Jihad. IIIT is also named as a defendant in two class-action lawsuits brought by victims of the 9/11 attacks.

One alleges that the Institute received the bulk of its operating expenses from the SAAR network, whose component groups are accused in another class-action suit of being “fronts for the sponsor of al Qaeda and international terror.”

The same suit lists IIIT and nearly all of its officers as supporters of the SAAR network.  The IIIT remains the focus of a never ending federal grand jury investigation in Virginia since at least since March 2002.

International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT) Subject of a 8 year Secret Federal Grand Jury Investigation Into Terror Financing by the FBI, ICE and The Rest of The Alphabet Soup Named Agencies, what gives ?

International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT) an organization currently under active federal grand jury investigation for terrorist support activities.  IIIT has been subject to federal investigation since at least since March 2002, the think-tank’s Herndon, Va. offices was part of a Operation Green Quest raid,  a multi agency task force designed to disrupt terrorist financing. What is taking so long ???

A federal grand jury continues to look into IIIT’s multiple ties to terrorism as part of the Department of Justice’s ongoing Operation Green Quest investigation. A March 24 article in the New York Sun, “A Court Sheds New Light on Terror Probe,” identifies IIIT as the “group at the center of the probe along with SAAR and other related organizations or their finances .”

The IIIT’s Web site describes the institute as a “nonprofit, academic and cultural institution concerned with general issues of Islamic thought.” Although based in Herndon, it lists 12 international offices in such places as Egypt, Sudan, Iran, Lebanon, Pakistan, France and England.

Former Florida professor Sami al-Arian, his photo above, declined to answer questions before the IIIT federal grand jury in Alexandria in 2006, according to documents unsealed in federal court in Tampa. Arian, who was acquitted in one of the nation’s highest-profile terrorism cases but then pleaded guilty to a single charge, believes his life would be in danger if he testified (‘they will kill me if I talk”), his attorneys told a judge.
IIIT was the primary financial backer for Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami al-Arian’s terrorist front at the University of South Florida, the World and Islam Studies Enterprise (confirmed by exhibits offered during al-Arian’s trial). Following his guilty plea, al-Arian has refused three separate federal grand jury subpoenas seeking his testimony regarding his knowledge of terrorism financing activities in the U.S., including explaining the role of IIIT in the U.S.-based terrorist support network.  ITTT website London UK

Al-Muhajiroun London UK , among its founders, are the militant preacher Omar Bakri Mohammed – who is living in exile in Lebanon – and former solicitor Anjem Choudary, who both played a part in Al Muhajiroun.

Bakri, who inspired the fertiliser bomb terrorist Omar Khyam, helped organise a seminar after the September 11 attacks in favour of the "Magnificent 19" and went on to call the July 7 bombers the "Fantastic Four".  He and Mr Choudary were also behind the protests against the controversial Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.

Bakri was banned from the UK shortly after the London bombings in 2005 while his group Al-Muhajiroun was banned under the British Terrorism Act 2006.  However, soon sprang up in its place and offers Bakri a platform to deliver his lectures over the internet.

Labour MP Andrew Dismore, who called for the prohibition of Al Muhajiroun 10 years ago, said: "The trouble is they just keep reinventing themselves."  Islam4UK make it clear that their plan is to make Britain an Islamic state and introduce sharia law.  One article on the site even calls for Buckingham Place to be turned into a mosque once this goal is achieved, showing a mock-up picture of what it might look like.

Mr Choudary, leader of the organisation, has said that "Islam is undeniably the only real solution for Britain's problems."  In February last year he called for people who get drunk to be publicly flogged and declared that alcohol should be "removed from society".  Mr Choudary also believes that Christmas is "evil" and turkey dinners, crackers and Christmas trees are the "pathway to hellfire". In March 2009 he was investigated by police after attempting to raise funds for mujahideen fighters. However, his organisation has not been banned.

Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM