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Sunday, May 15, 2011

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS of Paki Imam’s Hafiz Khan and Izhar Khan Charged with Support of Terrorism Aiding Pakistani Taliban.


EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS obtained by private investigator Bill Warner of Paki Imam’s Hafiz Khan, Izhar Khan and an inside look at the Masjid Jamaat Al-Mumineen MJAM at 3222 Holiday Springs Blvd Margate, FL 33063.  All of the photos were taken in and around the Masjid Jamaat Al-Mumineen MJAM Mosque. Hafiz Khan and his clan are charged with support of terrorism aiding the Pakistani Taliban namely sending $50,000 in cash to buy guns, nice bunch operating in plain sight in the Miami area.


FOX NEWS SUNDAY MAY 15th, 2011 MIAMI -- A Miami imam and two of his sons were arrested Saturday on federal charges they provided some $50,000 to the Pakistani Taliban, designated by the State Department as a terrorist organization, officials said.

Izhar Khan, 24, is the imam at Masjid Jamaat Al-Mumineen MJAM  3222 Holiday Springs Blvd. Margate, FL 33063, phone 954-575-3872.



Hafiz Muhammed Sher Ali Khan, 76, was arrested after morning services at the Miami Mosque, also known as the Flagler Mosque, where he is an imam. One of his sons, Izhar Khan, 24, an imam at the Jamaat Al-Mu'mineen Mosque, seen in photo above, in nearby Margate, Fla., was arrested after morning services there.

Another son, Irfan Khan, 37, was detained at his hotel room in Los Angeles around the same time. The men are U.S. citizens. Their mosques are not suspected of wrongdoing (yeah right), officials said.


Also named in the indictment are three others at large in Pakistan -- Hafiz Khan's daughter, grandson and an unrelated man, all three of whom are charged with handling the distribution of funds.

The indictment lists about $50,000 in transactions. The funds were used to buy guns, support militants' families and promote the cause of the Pakistani Taliban, according to the indictment.


The indictment also alleges that Hafiz Khan, owns a madrassa, or religious school, in his native Swat Valley in northwest Pakistan that shelters members of the Pakistani Taliban and trains children to become militants (terrorists) it is called “Madrassa Arabia Ahya-Al-Aloom“.

U.S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer noted that the investigation was sparked by suspicious financial activity and was not based on an undercover sting operation. Authorities allege that from sometime in 2008 through November 2010 the suspects provided the Pakistani Taliban with money, financial services, and other forms of support. The defendants are accused of seeking to aid the terrorist organization in its fight against the Pakistan government and the government’s perceived allies such as the United States.


“This is based on the defendant’s words, actions and records,” Ferrer said at a news conference Saturday. The indictment recounts recorded conversations in which Hafiz Khan, seen in photo above, allegedly voices support for attacks on the Pakistani government and American troops in the region.

The Pakistani Taliban is a wing of the terrorist group that began in Afghanistan. It claimed responsibility for a pair of suicide bombings that killed more than 80 people on Friday in what it said was vengeance for the killing of al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden. The group has also been linked to the Times Square car bombing in New York in May 2010.

If convicted, the South Florida men face 15 years in prison for each of the four counts listed in the indictment. All three are expected to appear in court Monday May 16th, 2011.


Hafiz Khan has been suspended indefinitely as imam, said Asad Ba-Yunus, a spokesman for the Muslim Communities Association of South Florida, which runs the mosque. He said his organization is not aware of any attempts to raise funds for illegal activity that took place on its properties.



Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com